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From 1969: It’s Tex-Mex, with time served in flower power-era San Fran, but thank God The Sir Douglas Quintet never went in for endless jamming, because these guys had tons of great short songs that run the American music gamut. Dylan name checked them as one of his favorite groups, and although they had bigger […]
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