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The Music Machine was an Garage rock and a Proto Punk band formed in Los Angeles, California in 1966.
 
The Music Machine was an Garage rock and a Proto Punk band formed in Los Angeles, California in 1966.
 
Their style is now recognized as a pioneering force in Proto punk; yet within a relatively short period of time, they began to employ more complex lyrical and instrumental arrangements that went beyond the typical garage band format.
 
Their style is now recognized as a pioneering force in Proto punk; yet within a relatively short period of time, they began to employ more complex lyrical and instrumental arrangements that went beyond the typical garage band format.
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== Discography ==
 
== Discography ==

Latest revision as of 07:38, September 24, 2019

The Music Machine was an Garage rock and a Proto Punk band formed in Los Angeles, California in 1966. Their style is now recognized as a pioneering force in Proto punk; yet within a relatively short period of time, they began to employ more complex lyrical and instrumental arrangements that went beyond the typical garage band format.


Band Members Edit

  • Sean Bonniwell
  • Ron Edgar
  • Mark Landon
  • Keith Olsen
  • Doug Rhodes

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Discography Edit

Studio albums

  • (Turn On) The Music Machine (1966)
  • The Bonniwell Music Machine (1968)

Extended plays

  • Talk Talk (1967)

Compilation albums

  • The Best of the Music Machine (1984)
  • The Music Machine (1994)
  • Beyond the Garage (1995)
  • Rock 'n' Roll Hits (1997)
  • Turn On: The Best of the Music Machine (1999)
  • Ignition (2000)
  • The Ultimate Turn On (2006)
  • Rarities, Vol. 1: Last Singles & Demos (2014)
  • Rarities, Vol. 2: Early Mixes & Rehearsals (2014)
  • Re-Ignition (2015)

Singles

  • "Talk Talk" b/w "Come on In" (1966)
  • "The People in Me" b/w "Masculine Intuition" (1967)
  • "Double Yellow Line" b/w "Absolutely Positively" (1967)
  • "The Eagle Never Hunts the Fly" b/w "I've Loved You" (1967)
  • "Hey Joe" b/w "Taxman" (1967)
  • "Advise and Consent" b/w "Mother Nature, Father Earth" (1969)

As The Bonniwell Music Machine

  • "Bottom of the Soul" b/w "Astrologically Incompatible" (1967)
  • "Me, Myself and I" b/w "Soul Love" (1968)
  • "Tin Can Beach" b/w "Time Out for a Daydream" (1968)
  • "You'll Love Me Again" b/w "To the Light" (1968)
  • "Point of No Return" b/w "King Mixer" (1997)

Other

  • "Nothing's Too Good for My Car" b/w "So Long Ago" (1968, as the Friendly Torpedos


Reference Edit

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