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Any Band without a Silver-Jacketed Oboe Player Is Not Cool Enough

Here's a clip from German TV in 1970, which was apparently way cooler than TV where I grew up.

by Jon Davis, Published 2016-07-15


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Related artist(s): Third Ear Band

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