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Studio band

A studio band is a musical band that is in regular employment of a music recording business for the purpose of playing music on recordings featuring a separate performer. The term may also refer to a band that does not perform live.[1]

The most famous studio band is the Funk Brothers, Motown Records' main band from 1959-1972.


  1. ^ See, for example, Positive Infinity and The Front (Canadian band).

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