Classifier Instance:

Anchor text: Focus
Target Entity: Focus_\u0028band\u0029
Preceding Context: In 1971, drummer Rob Hirst, bass guitarist Andrew James, and keyboard player/lead guitarist Jim Moginie were performing together. They adopted the name "Farm" in 1972, and played covers of Cream, Creedence Clearwater Revival and Led Zeppelin songs. They placed an advert for a band member and Peter Garrett (ex-Rock Island Line) became their new vocalist and synthesiser player, and began introducing progressive rock elements of
Succeeding Context: , Jethro Tull and Yes, as well as their own material. Garrett was studying at Australian National University in Canberra, so Farm was only a part-time band. They played for the northern Sydney surfing community, and by 1975 the band was touring the east coast. In late 1976, Garrett moved to Sydney to complete his Law degree. Farm then became a full-time group and so changed its name to "Midnight Oil" by drawing a name out of a hat, leaving behind "Television", "Sparta" and "Southern Cross". Midnight Oil came from the Jimi Hendrix song, "Burning of the Midnight Lamp".
Paragraph Title: Farm: 1972–1976
Source Page: Midnight Oil

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