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Detroit Rock History In 'A-Square'

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Detroit Rock History In 'A-Square'

Detroit Rock History In 'A-Square'

Detroit Rock History In 'A-Square'

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The Big Beat Records' collection features 25 recording by ten different alternative artists recorded from 1966 through '68 on the Ann Arbor-based A-Square record label. Big Beat Records hide caption

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The Big Beat Records' collection features 25 recording by ten different alternative artists recorded from 1966 through '68 on the Ann Arbor-based A-Square record label.

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Music critic Milo Miles reviews A-Square(Of Course), a new collection featuring Ann Arbor, Michigan's rock label A-Square on Big Beat Records. The album features 60s 'the' bands such as, The Thyme, The Bossmen and The Apostles.

Hugh 'Jeep' Holland is often given credit for the Detroit rock revolution of the late 1960s, and A-Square (Of Course) is named for Jeep's notorious booking agency.

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