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Go was a Progressive Rock/Jazz Fusion supergroup conceived in 1976 by Stomu Yamashta (percussion and keyboards), which also included Steve Winwood (of Traffic, Blind Faith, and The Spencer Davis Group) (vocals and keyboards), Al Di Meola (of Return To Forever) (lead guitar), Klaus Schulze (of Ash Ra Tempel, Tangerine Dream, and The Cosmic Jokers) (synthesizers) and Michael Shrieve (of Santana) (drums). They recorded two studio albums, Go (1976) and Go Too (1977). Read more on Last.fm
Go was a Progressive Rock/Jazz Fusion supergroup conceived in 1976 by Stomu Yamashta (percussion and keyboards), which also included Steve Winwood (of Traffic, Blind Faith, and The Spencer Davis Group) (vocals and keyboards), Al Di Meola (of Return To Forever) (lead guitar), Klaus Schulze (of Ash Ra Tempel, Tangerine Dream, and The Cosmic Jokers) (synthesizers) and Michael Shrieve (of Santana) (drums). They recorded two studio albums, Go (1976) and Go Too (1977). The band also recorded a concert they performed in France: this album, Live From Paris, from the June 12, 1976 concert, became a cult favorite. Other acts who share the alias "Go": 1. An 80's Disco/Synthpop duo from Norway, consisting of Carstein Seeberg and Erlend G.

Balsvik, having released an album titled Voices Of Our Fantasy in 1989. Their major hit was Let Your Love Flow. 2. A rock band from Foam Lake Saskatchewan Canada known as GO featuring Big O (Lead Vocals)Chad Greziuk (Guitars) Jonathan Greziuk (Bass and Background Vocals) Nathan Greziuk (Drums) 3. An indie band from Whitehaven, Cumbria called GO. 4.

The drummer for the Japanese metal band SUNS OWL. Other acts with similar names: 1. The Go is a garage rock band from Detroit, composed primarily of Robert "Bobby" Harlow (vocals), John Krautner (guitar, bass), Marc Fellis (drums), and a rotating cast of other band members, most notably, Jack White (later of the White Stripes), who was with the band from mid '98 - early '99. Their trademark gritty, low-fi sound probably had a great influence on Jack White's career with the White Stripes. Only the band's first album features White as a band member. 2. New York Hardcore band Go! Read more on Last.fm.

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