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There are at least 4 artists with this band name: 1. Kangaroo is an Eurodance project from Italy. It was produced and arranged by Matahari, Rockwell and Selenia. It featured the voice of Annerley Gordon to release the single "Medley - Somebody's Watching Me". Other works were "Feel So Right" and "Promises". Kangaroo is now a dance project produced by the S.A.I.F.A.M. group. 2. One of the many bands that briefly coalesced in New York's Greenwich Village in the late 1960s, Kangaroo consisted of Boston natives Barbara Keith and drummer/vocalist Norman Dow Smart II, as well, as multi-instrumentalist John Hall and ace guitarist Teddy Spelios. The band splintered in 1969, upon which Smart co-founded Mountain with Leslie West, then joined Great Speckeled Bird. Spelios joined another one-off band, Holy Moses. Hall стекшигеув the brilliant Half Moon to Janis Joplin's 1970 swan song Pearl, and went to John Hall Trio/Quartet, which eloved into Orleans in 1972, having hits with Still the One and Dance With Me. Keith, meanwhile, recorded a solo LP for Verve in 1969 and another for Reprise in 1972 (both self-titled). Her songs have been covered by artistsincluding Barbara Streisand, Delaney & Bannie and Lwell George, and she stills active as leader of hard-hitting country-punk band Stone Coyotes. 3. Kangaroo is the name under which Paul Sellier made the album The Guesswork Of The Youth Parade. He is based in Asheville NC and the album was featured in the radio in London, Belgium, Spain, Miami and all over South America. 4. Kangaroo is an alternative/indie/pop band from Minneapolis, Minnesota. 5. KANGAROO (カンガルー) is a jazz-fusion group from Japan, often compared and coined as 'Japan's' Shakatak. Formed in 1983 with their debut "Steppin'", the four-piece group was signed to Victor Entertainment's Invitation label, which handled many like jazz-fusion/pop groups. The group disbanded after their final album in 1986. Read more on User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply.