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John Sinclair

(b. 1941)


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B. 2 October 1941, Flint, Michigan, USA. Deeply interested in the blues from early childhood, Sinclair underwent extensive education, including studies at the University of Michigan and Wayne State University ...

Subjects: Music.


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