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After Articles of Faith, Bill Richman played drums for the out-there funk band Marvin Tate's D-Settlement, featuring the poet Marvin Tate on vocals and local television personality (from WCIU channel 26) George Blaze on Bass. Bill Richman can often be seen drumming on State Street at Randolph, both alone and with other musicians.
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After [[Articles of Faith]], '''Bill Richman''' played drums for the out-there funk band Marvin Tate's D-Settlement, featuring the poet Marvin Tate on vocals and local television personality (from WCIU channel 26) George Blaze on Bass. Bill Richman can often be seen drumming on State Street at Randolph, both alone and with other musicians.
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Latest revision as of 14:08, 25 May 2006

After Articles of Faith, Bill Richman played drums for the out-there funk band Marvin Tate's D-Settlement, featuring the poet Marvin Tate on vocals and local television personality (from WCIU channel 26) George Blaze on Bass. Bill Richman can often be seen drumming on State Street at Randolph, both alone and with other musicians.