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  1. David Peel (1 de agosto de 1943 [1] – 6 de abril de 2017 [2]) foi um músico estadunidense radicado em Nova Iorque que gravou, nos anos 60, com músicos como Harold Black, Billy Jo White e Larry Adams, com quem tocou numa banda chamada "The Lower East Side Band".

    • David Michael Rosario
  2. David Peel (born David Michael Rosario; August 3, 1942 – April 6, 2017) was a New York City–based musician who first recorded in the late 1960s with Harold Black, Billy Joe White, George Cori and Larry Adam performing as David Peel and The Lower East Side Band.

  3. 7 de abr. de 2017 · David Peel, the subversive New York folk singer and street musician who was a counterculture icon and a one-time John Lennon crony, died at 73. He collaborated with Lennon on his 1972 album 'The Pope Smokes Dope' and performed at the John Sinclair Freedom Rally and Occupy Wall Street protests. He also wrote songs about social issues and marijuana.

  4. 9 de abr. de 2017 · Frankie Ziths/Associated Press. By William Grimes. April 9, 2017. David Peel, a longtime New York street musician whose song “I Like Marijuana” became a hippie anthem in the 1960s, and who...

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    • William Grimes
  5. 6 de abr. de 2023 · Classic Rock. The strange tale of David Peel, the dope-smoking hippy who became the King of Punk. By Kris Needs. ( Classic Rock ) last updated 6 April 2023. David Peel tooled around with John Lennon, was the first man to use the word "Motherf*cker" in a song title and directly influenced The Clash. This is his story.

    • Kris Needs
  6. 7 de abr. de 2017 · No ano passado, o portal Team Rock fez uma excelente matéria com um sujeito histórico, mas desconhecido para muitos, chamado David Peel. O cantor e compositor morreu nesta quinta (6) aos 73 anos num hospital em Nova York, após uma série de ataques cardíacos.

  7. music.youtube.com › channel › UClFqxn5XaoVWvM6_DTqLiKwDavid Peel - YouTube Music

    David Peel was a New York City–based musician who first recorded in the late 1960s with Harold Black, Billy Joe White, George Cori and Larry Adam performing as David Peel and The Lower East Side Band. His raw, acoustic "street rock" with lyrics about marijuana and "bad cops" appealed mostly to hippies and the disenfranchised.