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Band from the the 1995 fantasy parody novel ''Soul Music'', by Terry Pratchett, the sixteenth of his Discworld novels. There was an animated television miniseries adaptation, ''[https://www.imdb.com/title/tt0159914/reference Soul Music]'' in 1997.  
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Band from the the 1994 fantasy parody novel ''Soul Music'', by Terry Pratchett, the sixteenth of his Discworld novels. There was an animated television miniseries adaptation, ''[https://www.imdb.com/title/tt0159914/reference Soul Music]'' in 1997.  
  
 
Harpist and bard Imp Y Celyn travels to the big city of Ankh-Morpork and falls in with fellow musicians troll Lias Bluestone and dwarf Glod Glodsson. One mysterious magical guitar later, they inadvertently invent rock and roll.
 
Harpist and bard Imp Y Celyn travels to the big city of Ankh-Morpork and falls in with fellow musicians troll Lias Bluestone and dwarf Glod Glodsson. One mysterious magical guitar later, they inadvertently invent rock and roll.
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Latest revision as of 19:11, 9 September 2019

Band from the the 1994 fantasy parody novel Soul Music, by Terry Pratchett, the sixteenth of his Discworld novels. There was an animated television miniseries adaptation, Soul Music in 1997.

Harpist and bard Imp Y Celyn travels to the big city of Ankh-Morpork and falls in with fellow musicians troll Lias Bluestone and dwarf Glod Glodsson. One mysterious magical guitar later, they inadvertently invent rock and roll.

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