DMBQ is a Japanese rock band from Tokyo, whose name stands for Dynamite Masters Blues Quartet. They are influenced by British and American rock music of the early 1970s, especially bands such as The Jimi Hendrix Experience, Deep Purple, and Led Zeppelin. Shinji Masuko is a well-known journalist in Japan who has regular columns in several music, pornography and subculture magazines.
DMBQ（ディー・エム・ビー・キュー）は、日本のロックバンド。バンド名は「Dynamite Masters Blues Quartet（ダイナマイト・マスターズ・ブルース・カルテット）」の略で、結成時のメンバーが言葉を一語ずつ選んだもの。 増子真二（ボーカル・ギター）. 髪天のボーカル増子直純は実兄。ボアダムスなどでも活動.
Author: Dynamite Master's Blues Quartet. Format: flac, wma, mp3 archive. Label: Less Than TV – ch-24 Type: CD, Album Country: Japan Date of released: 1996 Category: Rock Style: Psychedelic Rock, Hard Rock, Punk. Dynamite Master's Blues Quartet - EXP MP3 version. Dynamite Masters Blues Quartet - Bird Side/Mushroom Side. Nazareth - Expect No Mercy. Monkey Quartet - Monkey Quartet.
Lyrics & chords of Dynamite Master's Blues Quartet. DMBQ is a Japanese rock band from Tokyo, whose name stands for Dynamite Masters Blues Quartet . They are heavily influenced by British and American rock music of the early 1970s, especially bands such as The Jimi Hendrix Experience, Deep Purple, and Led Zeppelin, and can be described as a definite rock n roll band.
It contained the hit single together with one side of classic R&B covers, and a second side with four Laine-Pinder originals. Alex Wharton left the management firm, and the group released a series of relatively unsuccessful singles. They enjoyed a minor British hit with a cover of "I Don't Want To Go on Without You" (No. 33) in February 1965, while the Pinder-Laine original "From the Bottom of My Heart (I Love You)" produced by Denny Cordell (with a vocal choral sound towards the conclusion that anticipated their sound on "Nights in White Satin"). The group was still in demand for live gigs, though, and they had chart success in the US and in Europe during those months when "Bye Bye Bird" (Decca AT 15048) was lifted from their album in December 1965 as an overseas single in France (No. 3). In June 1966, Warwick retired from the group and the music business.
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