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24th Jan '18 5:29:44 PM runeprana
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* Music/{{BIGMAMA}} (from about 2013 onward)
25th Nov '17 5:12:45 AM TrippyDippy
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The exact origins of baroque pop are unknown. Music/BurtBacharach, Music/PhilSpector, and Music/RoyOrbison often made or produced classical-inspired music. Music/TheZombies' "She's Not There" is often cited as an early example of the sub-genre, but although the song had many harmonic qualities found in later baroque pop, it didn't use classical instrumentation. The song and group did inspire Michael Brown to form The Left Banke, whose 1966 single "Walk Away Renée" is considered the first true baroque pop single. Music/TheBeatles, Music/TheBeachBoys, Music/TheKinks, Music/TheMoodyBlues, Music/{{Abba}}, Music/TheBeeGees, Music/ProcolHarum, Music/Sparks and The Zombies themselves are among the bands from this period that absorbed the influence of the sub-genre.

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The exact origins of baroque pop are unknown. Music/BurtBacharach, Music/PhilSpector, and Music/RoyOrbison often made or produced classical-inspired music. Music/TheZombies' "She's Not There" is often cited as an early example of the sub-genre, but although the song had many harmonic qualities found in later baroque pop, it didn't use classical instrumentation. The song and group did inspire Michael Brown to form The Left Banke, whose 1966 single "Walk Away Renée" is considered the first true baroque pop single. Music/TheBeatles, Music/TheBeachBoys, Music/TheKinks, Music/TheMoodyBlues, Music/{{Abba}}, Music/TheBeeGees, Music/ProcolHarum, Music/Sparks Music/{{Sparks}} and The Zombies themselves are among the bands from this period that absorbed the influence of the sub-genre.



* Music/{{Sparks}}. Their music always had traces of classical and theatrical influences, but it wasn't until the 2000s that they fully embraced a chamber pop sound.

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* Music/{{Sparks}}. Their music always had traces of classical and theatrical influences, influence, but it wasn't until the 2000s that they fully embraced a chamber pop sound.
25th Nov '17 4:59:41 AM TrippyDippy
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The exact origins of baroque pop are unknown. Music/BurtBacharach, Music/PhilSpector, and Music/RoyOrbison often made or produced classical-inspired music. Music/TheZombies' "She's Not There" is often cited as an early example of the sub-genre, but although the song had many harmonic qualities found in later baroque pop, it didn't use classical instrumentation. The song and group did inspire Michael Brown to form The Left Banke, whose 1966 single "Walk Away Renée" is considered the first true baroque pop single. Music/TheBeatles, Music/TheBeachBoys, Music/TheKinks, Music/TheMoodyBlues, Music/{{Abba}}, Music/TheBeeGees, Music/ProcolHarum, and The Zombies themselves are among the bands from this period that absorbed the influence of the sub-genre.

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The exact origins of baroque pop are unknown. Music/BurtBacharach, Music/PhilSpector, and Music/RoyOrbison often made or produced classical-inspired music. Music/TheZombies' "She's Not There" is often cited as an early example of the sub-genre, but although the song had many harmonic qualities found in later baroque pop, it didn't use classical instrumentation. The song and group did inspire Michael Brown to form The Left Banke, whose 1966 single "Walk Away Renée" is considered the first true baroque pop single. Music/TheBeatles, Music/TheBeachBoys, Music/TheKinks, Music/TheMoodyBlues, Music/{{Abba}}, Music/TheBeeGees, Music/ProcolHarum, Music/Sparks and The Zombies themselves are among the bands from this period that absorbed the influence of the sub-genre.



* Music/{{Sparks}} embraced a chamber pop sound in the 2000s.

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* Music/{{Sparks}} Music/{{Sparks}}. Their music always had traces of classical and theatrical influences, but it wasn't until the 2000s that they fully embraced a chamber pop sound in the 2000s.sound.
25th Nov '17 4:55:59 AM TrippyDippy
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The exact origins of baroque pop are unknown. Music/BurtBacharach, Music/PhilSpector, and Music/RoyOrbison often made or produced classical-inspired music. Music/TheZombies' "She's Not There" is often cited as an early example of the sub-genre, but although the song had many harmonic qualities found in later baroque pop, it didn't use classical instrumentation. The song and group did inspire Michael Brown to form The Left Banke, whose 1966 single "Walk Away Renée" is considered the first true baroque pop single. Music/TheBeatles, Music/TheBeachBoys, Music/TheKinks, Music/TheMoodyBlues, Music/{{Abba}}, Music/TheBeeGees, and Music/ProcolHarum are among the bands from this period that absorbed the influence of the sub-genre.

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The exact origins of baroque pop are unknown. Music/BurtBacharach, Music/PhilSpector, and Music/RoyOrbison often made or produced classical-inspired music. Music/TheZombies' "She's Not There" is often cited as an early example of the sub-genre, but although the song had many harmonic qualities found in later baroque pop, it didn't use classical instrumentation. The song and group did inspire Michael Brown to form The Left Banke, whose 1966 single "Walk Away Renée" is considered the first true baroque pop single. Music/TheBeatles, Music/TheBeachBoys, Music/TheKinks, Music/TheMoodyBlues, Music/{{Abba}}, Music/TheBeeGees, Music/ProcolHarum, and Music/ProcolHarum The Zombies themselves are among the bands from this period that absorbed the influence of the sub-genre.
23rd Nov '17 2:56:53 PM Breakermorrant
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21st Jul '17 7:25:31 AM TrippyDippy
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** 2004 - ''Music/{{Funeral]]''

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** 2004 - ''Music/{{Funeral]]''''Music/{{Funeral}}''
21st Jul '17 7:25:05 AM TrippyDippy
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** 2004 - ''Music/{{Funeral]]''
27th Jun '17 11:40:37 AM Mdumas43073
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* Music/FionaApple



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27th Jun '17 11:37:48 AM Mdumas43073
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** 2002 - ''Music/YankeeHotelFoxtrot''
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* Music/TearsForFears' ''The Seeds Of Love'' and ''Everybody Loves A Happy Ending''

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* Music/TearsForFears' ''The Seeds Of of Love'' and ''Everybody Loves A a Happy Ending''



* Music/{{Wilco}} began incorporating elements of this beginning with ''Summerteeth''.

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* Music/{{Wilco}} began incorporating elements of this beginning with ''Summerteeth''.
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