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There are at least four bands—and likely more—that have performed under the name Collage.

The first band named Collage to achieve some success was a mid-1960s Pop Psych/Sunshine Pop band who released a self-titled debut LP in 1967 and at least one follow-up on the SMASH label.

The second was Estonian band “Collage” - a 70s group of forbidden jazz lovers. The group “Collage” was founded in 1966 from students of the Tallinn Conservatory. Their repertoire included arrangements of classical instrumental music, scores for large jazz orchestras, Estonian folk music and original works by Estonian composers. As Estonian runosong had not received widespread use in pop music, it seemed that such use had potential, so folk music achieved a significant position in the groups’ repertoire. The other facet of “Collage’s” repertoire that has been recorded is jazzed up pop music and vocal arrangements of orchestral scores. The set of discs “Parimad lood 1970-1976” (2002) includes music that “Collage” recorded on records during a period of ten years (3 LP’s and one record with four pieces). The final part of the second disc of “Parimad lood 1970-1976” includes music recorded by the Estonian Radio that has not been previously released on records.

Discography of Estonian “Collage”:
- Parimad lood 1970-1976 / 2002
- Käokiri / 1977
- Kadriko / 1975
- Collage / 1971

The third is a Los Angeles based funk/R&B band. The group consisted of:
Lee Peters (lead vocals)
Emilio Conesa (guitar / vocals)
Richard Aguon (drums / vocals)
Dean Boysen (trumpet)
Kirk Crumpler (bass / keyboards)
Albert DeGracia (keyboards)


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