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-[[RIP Tom McGrath]]  
-[[Tom McGrath (playwright)|Tom McGrath]], 68, [[United Kingdom|British]] [[poet]] and [[playwright]], [[liver cancer]]. +'''AMM''' are an important [[United Kingdom|British]] [[free improvisation]] group, founded in [[London]], [[England]] in 1965.
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-'''Tom McGrath''' (born 23 October, 1940 in [[Rutherglen]], [[Glasgow]], died 29 April 2009) is a [[Scotland|Scottish]] playwright and jazz pianist.+
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-During the mid 1960s he was associated with the emerging [[UK underground]] culture, participating in [[Alexander Trocchi]]'s ''[[Project Sigma]]'' and becoming founding editor of the [[International Times]]. He was involved with the [[International Poetry Incarnation]] and published in the anthology ''[[Children of Albion: Poetry of the Underground in Britain]]''.+
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-Tom connects with [[Hawkwind]], [[John Peel]], [[Alexander Trocchi]], [[Schoolkids OZ]], [[Arthur Brown (musician)]], [[The Pretty Things]], [[AMM (group)]], [[Soft Machine]], [[Felix Dennis]], [[Jeff Nuttall]], [[The Incredible String Band]], [[Blackhill Enterprises]], [[Children of Albion: Poetry of the Underground in Britain]], [[Joe Boyd]], [[Edgar Broughton Band]], [[Steve Peregrin Took]], [[Mick Farren]], [[UK underground]], [[International Times]], [[UFO Club]], [[Pink Fairies]], [[Gay News]], [[Martin Sharp]], [[Oz (magazine)]], [[Freak scene]], [[John Hopkins (political activist)]], [[Quintessence (English band)]], [[Tomorrow (band)]], [[The Deviants (band)]], [[Mark Boyle]], [[Peace News]], [[Third Ear Band]], [[The Mersey Sound (book)]], [[Jimmy Boyle (artist)]], [[The Purple Gang (band)]], [[Gandalf's Garden]], [[Friends (magazine)]], [[The Black Dwarf (Ali)]], [[Barry Miles]], [[James Haynes]], [[Hapshash and the Coloured Coat]], [[Pink Floyd]], [[Thomas McGrath]], [[Caroline Coon]], [[Spare Rib]], [[The 14 Hour Technicolour Dream]], [[Michael Horovitz]], [[Richard Neville (writer)]], [[Jim Anderson (editor)]], [[International Poetry Incarnation]], [[Tron Theatre]], [[Granny Takes a Trip]], [[Play for Tomorrow]], [[Release (agency)]], [[Laurel and Hardy (play) (redirect page)]], [[Derby Playhouse production history]], [[Bonzo Dog Doo-Dah Band]], [[Germaine Greer]], +
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AMM are an important British free improvisation group, founded in London, England in 1965.



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