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    Stillwater Band

  • Judith Garcia

    Stillwater, still to this day one of the greatest bands that never got the recognition or playtime they deserved. Love this song. MIND BENDER

  • Jillian Finley

    Stillwater - Mind Bender - Stillwater was an American band of the 1970s, which played Southern rock with a folk flair. Their song Mind Bender charted in the top 100 singles in 1978

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