So, who has heard of these 70's performers...?

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  1. Dick

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    RAMATAM (Bounty On My Table)
    WAVES (I'd Be Good To You)
    BLISS BAND (Stage Fright)
    HARLEQUIN (Fine Line)
    TINA HARVEY (Long Way Round)
    NAVARRO (You)
    CHARLIE (Richard Sarsdedt)
    CARE CARE CARE (Mary Catherine Lunsford)
    WITHOUT YOUR LOVE (White Lion)
    SOLEY SOLEY (Middle of the Road)
    MR. MAGIC MAN (Roger Cook)
    TRADIN' RIFFS (Hookfoot)
    WALKIN' THE FENCE (Couchois)
    CAST AN ANCHOR (Matthew and Peter)
    STREETS OF THE HARBOR (Jimmie Spheeris)

    These songs are from albums which I invariably picked up for a buck or so in the cut-out bins during the 70's. I hadn't heard of any of them, but for a buck, I took chances and, in each case listed here, came away with at least one song I really liked. I hold their chances of showing up on CD to be almost nil. Anyone else heard these?
     
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    I've at least one Ramatam album... I got to speak once with Mike Pinara and ask a few questions about April Lawton...
     
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    White Lion had a hit song, maybe two?
     
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    Wasn't one of Navarro's songs on the Saturday Night Live soundtrack?
     
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    I saw Ramatam in concert once as a warm-up act for ELP. It was Merriweather Post Pavillion, Columbia, MD in the summer of 1972. If I'm not mistaken the drummer was Mitch Mitchell from the Jimi Hendrix Experience. A Ramatam album just might be a collectors item.
     

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