After growing up in both Rishon Le Zion, Israel, and New York City, E.T. Doolin formed the progressive rock trio Lord Flimnap with Alon Waisman and Ohad Goldbart in the late '80s, releasing the album Point of View in 1989. Quite a few years later, in 2003, he put out his self-titled solo debut CD. Most of his songs on that album were romantic numbers heavily influenced by the Beatles and the British Invasion, although it had ventures into Creedence Clearwater Revival-styled rockabilly and Chuck Berry-like rock & roll, too.
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