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Caskets On Parade ... People associated with Rock Bands

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©2012 C.O.P. Audit Committee - file update generated 10-13-2012 at 04:21 GMT



Swedish pop group ABBA




The Almanac Singers   folk group founded in late 1930s, disbanding in 1942; predecessor of The Weavers




interviewed by `Playboy Magazine' in February 1965 The Beatles   interviewed for February 1965 Playboy magazine





The Bee Gees   the shortened form of the Brothers Gibb




1960s L.A. latino band / one-hit wonders Cannibal & the Headhunters   




Dave Dee Dozy Beaky Mick Tich   started as Dave Dee and the Bostons (1961); hits: "The Legend of Xanadu", "Zabadak", "Bend It" & "Hold Tight"
  • David "Dee" Harman
  • Trevor Leonard "Dozy" Ward-Davies
  • John "Beaky" Dymond (#1)
  • Anthony Stephen "Beaky" Carpenter (#2)
  • Michael "Mick" Wilson (#1)
  • John "Mick" Hatchman (#2)
  • Ian Frederich Stephen "Tich" Amey




The Doors   of Perception (band name from 1954 Aldous Huxley book)




The Fifth   Dimension




The Four Tops   Motown vocal group
  • Renaldo "Obie" Benson
  • Abdul "Duke" Fakir
  • Lawrence Payton
  • Levi Stubbs



    subject of 20 Questions interview in March 2006 `Playboy Magazine' nu-wave band Franz Ferdinand
  • Alex Kapranos
  • Nick McCarthy
  • Bob Hardy
  • Paul Thomson




    Iron Butterfly
    • guitar  Eric Braunn
    • Ron Bushy
    • Lee Dorman
    • Doug Ingle




    The Lovin' Spoonful




    Lynyrd Skynyrd




    The Mamas and the Papas




    interviewed by `Playboy Magazine' in April 2001 Metallica
       Past Bandmembers 





    The Righteous Brothers




    The Ronnettes   girl group created by Phil Spector & named for lead singer Ronnie Spector




    The Stooges   founded in 1967 & disbanded in 1974




    The Ventures   guitar band founded in 1950s in Tacoma, Washington
    • Howie Johnson
    • Don Wilson




    The Weavers   folk group founded 1949, an outgrowth of the Almanac Singers




    The Wellingtons   sang the Ballad of Gilligan's Island
    • Les Brown Jr.
    • Kirby Johnson
    • George Patterson
    • Ed Wade





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