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  • ...Of The Year and named Eitzel Songwriter Of The Year for 1991. Eventually, AMC - then consisting of Eitzel, Vudi, Pearson, multi-instrumentalist [[Bruce K ...the charts and earned virtually no recognition from radio or MTV. In 1994, AMC issued ''[[San Francisco]]''.
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  • ...isco's [[Toiling Midgets]], and often recorded solo work while involved in AMC. [[Category:AMC Members]]
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  • Kaphan played a variety of instruments on Eitzel's 1996 post-AMC solo album, ''[[60 Watt Silver Lining]]''. In 1997 Kaphan played pedal stee [[Category:AMC members]]
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  • Mooney was first approached to join AMC in 1986, and he rehearsed a few times at that point. Mooney was not in a po ...from the 1993 ''[[Keep Me Around]]'' single and he engineered and recorded AMC's version of Bob Dylan's "[[Queen Jane Approximately]]" which appeared on t
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  • | Cover = AMC-Mercury2.jpg ...e by the ocean, etc. The band members talk at length about the origins of AMC, with two of them commenting on how scary it is to be in the band.
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  • | Cover = AMC-Atwater.jpg ...icanmusicclub.com. Two of the original songs on the album were written by members of the band other than [[Mark Eitzel]] - neither of which have been release
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  • | image = AMC-2004.jpg ...of the Year for 1991.<ref name="The Great Rock Discography"/> Eventually, AMC—now consisting of Eitzel, [[Vudi]], Pearson, multi-instrumentalist [[Bruc
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  • [[Category:AMC members]]
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  • ...2nd incarnation of [[American Music Club]]. Bonnell did not appear on any AMC releases. [[Category:AMC members]]
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  • ...um set lessons to students of all ages. He was one of the founding faculty members of the San Francisco State University Multimedia Studies Program, was facul [[Category:AMC members]]
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  • | Cover = AMC-SF.jpg ...orated in a 1997 interview with ''The Big Takeover'', stating, "One of the members didn't like the lyrics. I wrote these words like, I was in love with this g
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  • ...ncluding [[Vudi]], [[Tim Vaughan]], [[Bruce Kaphan]] and [[Matt Norelli]]. AMC brought Schindele in to play keyboards during their sessions for their 1987 [[Category:AMC guest musicians]]
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  • ...99 |isbn=0-946719-20-9}}</ref> He later went on to create artwork for some AMC t-shirt designs, their 2004 ''[[Love Songs For Patriots]]'' album and their [[Category:AMC members]]
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  • Simms played drums with AMC from 1989 until 1991, playing on the band's ''[[United Kingdom]]'' and ''[[ [[Category:AMC members]]
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