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Little Richard

Year: 1968

Runtime: 00:28:03

Little Richard was one of the first great wildmen of rock, with his sky-high pompadour, manic scream and frantically rockin' tunes like "Tutti Frutti" and "Keep A' Knockin'." Keep On Rockin' captures the self-proclaimed "quasar of rock" in fine and unfettered form in this 1969 date at a Toronto festiva

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    Year: 2015

    Runtime: 30 min

    Sweetkiss Momma, led by Jeff Hamel on Vocals and guitar, is described as southern soul tinged Rock and Roll. Filling out the band is Jack Parker, lead guitar, Eric Roberts on keys, Jimmy Hughs, drums, Jeremy Hamel on bass and Kim Hamel vocalist. With the spirit of gospel music and the honesty of original thoughtful lyrics, Sweetkiss Momma means to entertain.

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    Runtime: 22 min

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