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John Stevens

(1940—1994)


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B. 10 June 1940, Brentford, Middlesex, England, d. 13 September 1994, London, England. Stevens, whose father was a tap dancer, studied at Ealing Junior Art School and Ealing College of ...

Subjects: Music.


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