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  1. David Wiffen (born March 11, 1942 in Sydenham, London, England) is a Canadian folk music singer-songwriter. Two of his songs, "Driving Wheel" and…

  2. With such songs to his credit as "Louise" and "Jack-knife Gypsy," and artists as illustrious as Bonnie Raitt and Waylon Jennings paying him…

  3. Originally the lead singer in The Blues Project, but left after their first album. He then went on to release one album of mellow folk/rock called…

  4. Help Yourself, known to their fans as "The Helps", were an English rock band of the early 1970’s whose style developed from “American-flavoured…

  5. Nashville West was a short-lived American country music and rock quartet that was briefly together in the late 1960s. The group comprised…

  6. Swirling, harmony enriched psychedelic country rock from Country Funk -- an odd record that's kind of a more psychedelia tinged sibling to to…

  7. Gene Clark with the Gosdin Brothers is the debut solo album of Gene Clark, released in February 1967 on Columbia Records, catalogue CS 9418. It was…

  8. Gene Victor Parsons is an American drummer, banjo player, guitarist, singer-songwriter, and innovative engineer, best known for his work with The…

  9. Discovered by Chirs Darrow, formally of US band Kaleidoscope in early 1969 supporting folk guitarist John Fahey. Darrow enthused about the band…

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