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  1. The Pandoras Official. 4, likes · 12 talking about this. Kim Shattuck: Vox,Guitar Melanie Vammen: Organ,Harmonica,Vox Karen Basset: Bass,Vox Hillary Followers: K.
  2. That's not to say that the Pandoras didn't owe themselves to an extinct musical movement, but thanks mostly due to Paula Pierce, who fronted and wrote virtually everything here, rough charms like "Cry on My Own," "I Live My Life," and "Hot Generation," had a musicality to them that allowed the Easybeats-like throb to bob and sway instead of 8/
  3. Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about The Pandoras - Hot Generation at Discogs. Complete your The Pandoras collection/5(42).
  4. Jan 09,  · That being said the sound quality is The Pandoras are a great band. That being said the sound quality is poor and this is not their best. The guitar-and-Farfisa driven sound of this all-girl quartet was a masterful recreation of the garage rock sounds /5(10).
  5. Undaunted, the Pandoras added guitarist Rita D'Albert and cut an EP for Restless Records, 's Rock Hard, that documented their newer, tougher sound. Once the disc was released, D'Albert quit, and the band hit the road as a four-piece, adding Billie Jo Hash on guitar for a string of mid dates.
  6. Nov 22,  · The Pandoras were an all-female rock and roll band from Los Angeles, California from –, who began in the hard '60s revival garage rock style and later adapted a more contemporary Sunset Boulevard, hard rock sound a la Poison and Mötley Crüe. They were originally associated with the Paisley Underground era in Hollywood's alternative rock.
  7. The Pandoras – Hot Generation – L.A. IN (Smile 67, YouTube) Paula Pierce got her start in L.A.’s underground music scene at the tender age of The accomplished accordion player met her earliest collaborator, Don Williams, through her friend Brigitte Cusimano after picking him out of Brigitte’s high school yearbook.

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