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In 1975 Danny Finney (saxophone, vocals), Paul Watson (trumpet) and Pippin Barnett (drums) formed a jazz improvisation group, Idiot Savant. When Rebby Sharp (guitar, vocals) and Phil Trumbo (bass guitar) joined in 1979, they began incorporating elements of art rock into their music, and changed the group's name to the Ortho-Tones. [1] As the Ortho-Tones they recorded a single, "Doo-Doo Cars / Woman Fish" which was released in 1981 by Artifacts Records. [4] In 1982 Tom Carson replaced Trumbo on bass guitar, and the group's name changed to the Orthotonics. [1]

Paul "Watty" Watson (born March 16, 1952?) is an American cornetist, guitarist, trumpet player, singer, composer, and songwriter living in Richmond, Virginia . He is best known for his work with The Orthotonics , FSK , Sparklehorse , and Patrick Phelan. He currently plays cornet, provides backing vocals, and writes for the Brooklyn-based band, And the Wiremen.

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