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Ducks Deluxe (UK)

Ducks Deluxe were an English pub rock band of the 1970s. Usually called "The Ducks" by their fans, they were known in the 70s for their up-tempo, energetic performances. Formed in London in February 1972 by Martin Belmont (guitar), Sean Tyla (guitar), Ken Whaley (bass) and Michael Cousins (known as Magic Michael) on percussion, they split after playing a gig at the 100 Club in London on July 1, 1975. The band reformed in 2007 with Martin Belmont (guitar), Sean Tyla (guitar), Kevin Foster (bass) and Jim Russell (drums). Inbetween times, various members of the band found a degree of fame with Graham Parker & the Rumour, the Tyla Gang and The Motors.

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Brinsley Schwarz (US)

Brinsley Schwarz were a 70s-era English rock band, named after their guitarist Brinsley Schwarz, which played music merging a love of American-style country rock, soul, classic pop, and the like with more recent power pop and pub rock styles. Having a six year run with United Artists records, they began in most well-known form in 1969 after previously having some success as Kippington Lodge. Spawning the solo career of rock impresario Nick Lowe, the influential 70s U.K. band famously recorded the tune "(What's So Funny About) Peace Love & Understanding" in 1974. Several years after the band played the aforementioned tune, fan and former roadie Elvis Costello recorded it and thereby brought the song the acclaim it so deserved.


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