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Spaceark Free Music

Spaceark

Effective period / Period of releases: 1975 - 1978

Members: Reginald Austin, Kenny Chavis, Troiel B. Raglin, Bryan L. Reed, Russell Greene, Peter Silberg

SpaceArk was an obscure soul/rock group from Los Angeles that began in 1973 and disbanded in 1979. SpaceArk's founding members were Peter Silberg (lead guitarist) and Troy "Troiel" Raglin (lead singer). Original members were Reggie Austin on bass, Bryan "Skip" Reed on drums and Russell Greene on keyboards. Subsequent members were Mahlon Hawk on bass, Allen "Kenny" Chavis on bass, and Jared Stewart on keyboards. Two female singers periodically sang for the group. Dolores Hardy and another wonderful singer whose name is unknown. The members of SpaceArk came from different musical backgrounds and brought unique playing styles and ideas to the group.
SpaceArk released two albums. Their albums were released in 1975 and 1978 on Color World Records. Both albums have been re-released on Creole Stream (Japan) in 2013, and most recently on Mr. Bongo (UK) in late 2018 and the 2nd album upcoming in Feb. 2019). Contact SpaceArk @ spaceark@mail.com.

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External Pages

spacearklasoul.com/

unsigned.com/spaceark