John Sinclair (born October 2, 1941) is an American poet, writer, and political activist from Flint, Michigan. Sinclair's defining style is jazz poetry, and he has released most of his works in audio formats. Most of his pieces include musical accompaniment, usually by a varying group of collaborators dubbed Blues Scholars.
Their debut album, The Wanted, was released on 25 October 2010 and peaked at number four on the UK Singles Chart. The album spawned three UK top 20 singles: their debut single "All Time Low", which debuted at number one, "Heart Vacancy", which reached number two, and "Lose My Mind", which peaked at number 19. Follow-up album Battleground saw release on 4 November 2011 and hit number five in the UK and number four in Ireland.
Band Name John Mellencamp. Album Name Whenever We Wanted. Erscheinungsdatum 1991. Labels Mercury Records. Mitglieder die dieses Album besitzen13. 1. Love And Happiness. 2. Now More Than Ever. 3. I Ain't Ever Satisfied. 4. Get A Leg Up. 5. Crazy Ones.
John-Yves Sinclair Band - Wanted. John-Yves Sinclair Band - Wanted MP3 version. 1888 downloads at 21 mb/s. John-Yves Sinclair Band - Wanted FLAC version. 1374 downloads at 22 mb/s.
1) John Sinclair (born October 2, 1941 in Flint, Michigan, United States) is a Detroit poet, one-time manager of the band MC5, and leader of the White Panther Party from November 1968 to July 1969. He was jailed in 1969 after giving two joints of marijuana to an undercover narcotics officer. His case received international attention when John Lennon performed at a benefit concert on his behalf in 1971.
Yves is actually an old character of mine that I’m excited to goof around with in an RPG! His main story is like uhh. 60s suburbia murder cult bug detective story so I dunno how much of that will be able to survive in this particular setting, but it’ll be fun either way.
John Sinclair (born October 2, 1941, in Flint, Michigan) mutated from small-town rock’n’roll fanatic and teenage disc jockey to cultural revolutionary, pioneer of marijuana activism, radical leader and political prisoner by the end of the 1960s. In 1966-67 the jazz poet, downbeat correspondent, founder of the Detroit Artists Workshop and underground journalist joined the front ranks of the hippie revolution, managing the avant-rock MC5 and organizing countless free concerts in the parks, White Panther rallies and radical benefits . Working closely with lead singer and songwriter Rob Tyner and the members of the band, Sinclair brought the MC5 to local fame, national attention and a contract with Elektra Records.
- Written-By, Arranged By – Ermes Ravasi, John-Yves Sinclair
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