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vocals (1980–2000, 2013) Jim Goodwin – keyboards, vocals (1984–2000, 2013) Joe Read – bass, vocals (1984–1986) Studio The Call, 1982 Modern Romans, 1983
Sylvester (film) (208 words) [view diff] exact match in snippet view article
Three songs by the Textones (Carla Olson, Phil Seymour, George Callins, Joe Read and Tom Jr Morgan) are heard in the film: Number One Is To Survive, It's
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part ways. non score music is by the Textones (Carla Olson, Phil Seymour, Joe Read, George Callins, Tom Jr Morgan) Roger Ebert of The Chicago Sun-Times
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Records, Midnight Mission, consisted of Olson along with George Callins, Joe Read, Tom Jr Morgan, and Phil Seymour. They also toured the US and Europe. The
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right cast in place, I would do it." Producer Michael Barnathan said, "Joe read the script on a Sunday, bought it on Monday, decided he wanted to direct
Blue City (film) (844 words) [view diff] exact match in snippet view article
H. Evans as Young Cop Rick Hurst as Redneck The Textones (Carla Olson, Joe Read, George Callins, Phil Seymour and Tom Jr Morgan) appear in the film performing
Strapps (550 words) [view diff] exact match in snippet view article find links to article
the Rainbow 1977 (2008) Ross Stagg - lead vocals, guitar (1974–1979) Joe Read - bass (1974–1979) Mick Underwood - drums (1974–1979) Noel Scott - keyboards
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former Chicago White Sox announcer John Rooney. Buck's youngest son, Joe, read the eulogy at his father's church funeral. Jack Buck had eight children
Principal Edwards Magic Theatre (1,196 words) [view diff] exact match in snippet view article find links to article
Bourquin David Jones Lyn Edwards Terry Budd Roger Swallow Jeremy Ensor Joe Read Martin Stellman Vivienne McAuliffe Eva Darlow Monica Nettles John
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|access-date= (help) Finn, Tim. "10 Things You Didn't Know About G.I. Joe Read More: 10 Things You Didn't Know About G.I. Joe". Screencrush Network. Retrieved