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Graham John Clifton Bond (28 October 1937 in Romford, East London, England – 8 May 1974 at Finsbury Park station, Finsbury Park, North London, England) was an English musician, considered a founding father of the English rhythm and blues boom of the 1960s. Along with John Mayall and Alexis Korner, Bond was one of the great catalytic figures of '60s rock in Britain. Technologically and musically, Bond was an innovator, perhaps the first British musician to use the Hammond organ and… read more

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  • Норм.
  • Unintentionally, my 666th artist. None more fitting.
  • Graham Bond is the man. [2]
  • A talented musician on multiple instruments, sometimes a very good songwriter ("Springtime in The City" and "Baby Can it be True?" deserve to become standards), and an under-appreciated singer (from joyously rowdy on the likes of "Hoochie Coochie Man" and "Got My Mojo Working" to heart-breakingly plaintive on such as "St. James Infirmary" and "Looking For Time"). His life and his career were destroyed by bi-polar disorder, but at least he left some wonderful music behind.
  • gr00veeh!
  • Fan de Graham Bond? Allomusic vient de mettre en ligne une biographie de cet artiste, viens la découvrir et envoie-nous tes infos pour gagner des allocrédits! A tout de suite! La Team
  • not good solo
  • it's art that explains the artist, and not the insufficiencies and conflicts of his personal life
  • Yeah, Lovercraft had the same. But, for sure, it wasn`t so funny or exciting for them. Lovercraft must`ve been living in fear all life, Bond commited suicide. And yes, his music is great.
  • why do you care whether he had some mental problems or not..his music is just brilliant :)

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