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Dominic Johnson

practices in the 1970s include performances as lead singer in the art-concept band Moody and the Menstruators, which started as a prank of sorts in 1973, yet accidentally accrued music-world recognition. Described by Michael Bracewell as ‘alternately feckless, disquieting, funny, cool, without purpose, compelling and clever’, and compared to Gilbert and George, and Bruce McLean’s ‘Nice Style’ Pose Band, the ‘Moodies’ are acknowledged as a key influence on the development of bands including Roxy Music (2007: 261); they performed as a warm-up for Lindsay Kemp’s dance

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