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In-depth articles about the history of various musicians and their paths. Alphabetical by artist:

CARGOE--- An historical approach to one of the more intriguing stories of the Rock Era. It runs down Tulsa, Oklahoma's Cargoe, their move from Tulsa to Memphis, their work with Dan Penn and later Ardent Records' Terry Manning and John Fry, and their rise from the ashes. Three members of the group have added a fourth and are at present recording what might be their second album some 40 years after their formation. Heady stuff.

GARY DUNCAN--- The legendary guitarist for the Bay Area's Quicksilver Messenger Service talks about the Summer of Love, his origins and heritage, and the music he is playing today. Some of this information was given just to set the record straight.

E=MC5--- Writer Mike Marino looks at Detroit Rock and Roll, the early days. Marino lived the life most of us only read about in Rolling Stone and the Free Press, latching on and hanging on to the hard rockin' side of the Motor City.

LOST IN SPACE--- In-depth history of Fort Worth's legendary Space Opera.