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8th Nov '17 4:31:31 AM AlternativeCola
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* When Music/Maroon5's keyboardist Jesse Carmicheal quit the band in 2012, the band replaced him with P.J. Morton. Carmicheal returned to the band after two years, but Morton remained, meaning that Maroon 5 is now a six-piece.

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* When Music/Maroon5's keyboardist Jesse Carmicheal quit Carmichael took a leave of absence from the band in 2012, the band replaced him with P.J. Morton. Carmicheal Carmichael returned to the band after two years, but Morton remained, meaning that Maroon 5 is became a six-piece, now a six-piece.seven-piece following touring guitarist Sam Farrar promoted to being an official member.
14th Aug '17 10:38:36 PM wolftickets1969
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* Music/{{TLC}}'s name became when the remaining two members, Tionne "T-Bozz" Watkins and Rozanda "Chilli" Thomas, reunited in 2017 15 years after Lisa "Lefteye" Lopes's death.

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* Music/{{TLC}}'s name became when the remaining two members, Tionne "T-Bozz" Watkins and Rozanda "Chilli" Thomas, reunited in 2017 15 years after this following Lisa "Lefteye" Lopes's 2002 death.
14th Aug '17 10:36:41 PM wolftickets1969
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* Music/{{TLC}}'s name became when the remaining two members, Tionne "T-Bozz" Watkins and Rozanda "Chilli" Thomas, reunited in 2017 15 years after Lisa "Lefteye" Lopes's death.
29th Jul '17 10:12:24 PM thelivingtoad
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* GRIMMS were a pop/comedy band formed in 1971 by members of the Scaffold, the Bonzo Dog Doo Dah Band, and the Liverpool Scene; the band's name was formed from the initials of original core band members John Gorman, Andy Roberts, Neil Innes, Mike [=McGear=], Roger [=McGough=], and Vivian Stanshall. However, Stanshall left the band in 1972 and [=McGear=] followed a year later, so that only four of the members referred to in the band name were left in the band by their breakup in 1976; moreover, after their first two performances, the band expanded to include many additional members not referenced in their name.[[note]] Nine, to be exact, though not all at once. Adrian Henri, Brian Patten, Michael Giles, John Megginson, and George Money contributed to the first album, ''Grimms''; Henri, Giles, and Money left in 1973 and were replaced by David Richards, Peter Halsall, and Gerry Conway for the second album, ''Rockin' Duck'', while Patten left in 1974 and Halsall and Conway left in 1975 to be replaced by Timmy Donnell for the third album, ''Sleepers''.[[/note]]

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* GRIMMS were a pop/comedy band formed in 1971 by members of the Scaffold, the Bonzo Dog Doo Dah Band, and the Liverpool Scene; the band's name was formed from the initials of original core band members John Gorman, Andy Roberts, [[Music/TheRutles Neil Innes, Innes]], Mike [=McGear=], [=McGear=] (Music/PaulMcCartney's brother), Roger [=McGough=], and Vivian Stanshall. However, Stanshall left the band in 1972 and [=McGear=] followed a year later, so that only four of the members referred to in the band name were left in the band by their breakup in 1976; moreover, after their first two performances, the band expanded to include many additional members not referenced in their name.[[note]] Nine, to be exact, though not all at once. Adrian Henri, Brian Patten, Michael Giles, John Megginson, and George Money contributed to the first album, ''Grimms''; Henri, Giles, and Money left in 1973 and were replaced by David Richards, Peter Halsall, and Gerry Conway for the second album, ''Rockin' Duck'', while Patten left in 1974 and Halsall and Conway left in 1975 to be replaced by Timmy Donnell for the third album, ''Sleepers''.[[/note]]



* Walter Becker's 11 Tracks Of Whack album actually has 12 tracks, but Little Kawai was added at the last minute after the title had been decided. In Japan, the album features an additional track Medical Science, giving 13 tracks, yet keeps the original title.

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* [[Music/SteelyDan Walter Becker's 11 Becker]]'s ''11 Tracks Of Whack Whack'' album actually has 12 tracks, but Little Kawai was added at the last minute after the title had been decided. In Japan, the album features an additional track Medical Science, giving 13 tracks, yet keeps the original title.
28th Jul '17 6:23:13 PM Jeduthun
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* ''[[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ars_nova Ars Nova]]'', literally "[[TheNewRockAndRoll New Art]]," is the name that was given to a style of music that was developed in the early 14th century, to distinguish it from the earlier Medieval ''Ars Antiqua''. The "''Ars Nova''" label stuck among music scholars to the present day, despite not having been anything like "new" for about [[ReallySevenHundredYearsOld 700 years]] now.
27th Jul '17 4:42:50 PM MikeK
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* Music/FrankZappa and Herb Cohen founded two companion record labels, Bizarre Records and Straight Records, with Zappa intending to release avant garde music on Bizarre and music with more commercial potential on Straight. Bizarre Records had some distribution and management issues: As a result, Bizarre ended up mostly releasing Frank Zappa and the Mothers Of Invention albums, and Straight ended up releasing some music that was anything but commercial (most notably Music/CaptainBeefheart's ''Music/TroutMaskReplica'' and [[EarlyInstallmentWeirdness the early, psychedelic]] Music/AliceCooper albums)

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* Music/FrankZappa and Herb Cohen founded two companion record labels, Bizarre Records and Straight Records, with Zappa intending to release avant garde music on Bizarre and music with more commercial potential on Straight. Bizarre Records had some distribution and management issues: issues, while Straight did not: As a result, Bizarre ended up mostly releasing Frank Zappa and the Mothers Of Invention albums, and Straight ended up releasing some music that was anything but commercial (most notably Music/CaptainBeefheart's ''Music/TroutMaskReplica'' and [[EarlyInstallmentWeirdness the early, psychedelic]] Music/AliceCooper albums)
27th Jul '17 4:41:06 PM MikeK
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* Music/FrankZappa and Herb Cohen founded two companion record labels, Bizarre Records and Straight Records, with Zappa intending to release avant garde music on Bizarre and music with more commercial potential on Straight. Bizarre Records had some distribution and management issues: As a result, Bizarre ended up mostly releasing Frank Zappa and the Mothers Of Invention albums, and Straight ended up releasing some music that was anything but commercial (most notably Music/CaptainBeefheart's ''Music/TroutMaskReplica'' and [[EarlyInstallmentWeirdness the early, psychedelic]] Music/AliceCooper albums)
9th Jun '17 12:37:29 AM wolftickets1969
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* GothRock band Mono Inc. were named for their original lead singer, Miky Mono, who left the band in 2006, and died in a paragliding accident in 2010.
8th Jun '17 4:58:52 PM DanielCase
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* The Allman Brothers Band has, since the death of Duane Allman in a 1971 motorcycle accident, only had one Allman Brother.

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* The Allman Brothers Band has, since the death of Duane Allman in a 1971 motorcycle accident, only had one Allman Brother.[[note]]And with Gregg Allman now dead as well, any reunion under that name would be even more of an artifact[[/note]]



* Once Duane died, there was only one [[Music/TheAllmanBrothersBand Allman Brother]] in the Band.[[note]]And as of May 27, 2017, [[CreatorFailure there are none]].[[/note]] Yet they kept the name for the rest of the '70s.
7th Jun '17 10:52:50 PM DanielCase
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* Once Duane died, there was only one [[Music/TheAllmanBrothersBand Allman Brother]] in the Band.[[note]]And as of May 27, 2017, [[CreatorFailure there are none]].[[/note]] Yet they kept the name for the rest of the '70s.
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