Mark Olson

In 1995, Tag Olson remaining the Jayhawks following a stormy decade of installation success and ventured from his own to keep going after his vision of honest, earthy Americana music. The Jayhawks forced on without Olson and, helmed by fresh main songwriter Gary Louris, the music group going off into …

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Lionel Marchetti

Lionel Marchetti is among a small number of performers who within the mid-to-late 1990s took electroacoustic music from academics studios and in to the free of charge improvisation band. A scholar who worked well in the CFMI (Lyon) and GRM (Paris) studios and released a publication on acousmatic composer Michel …

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Jimmy Carroll

It could perhaps plague him that there surely is a low-brow standup comic using the same name wandering the planet earth, but this Jimmy Carroll probably has his nasal area too buried inside a music graph to pay for any interest. Jazz fans may possibly know him because the arranger …

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Robert McCoy

Alabama bluesman Robert McCoy was definately not a huge name within the blues globe; the obscure vocalist/barrelhouse pianist just recorded sporadically, and several blues enthusiasts haven’t even heard about him. non-etheless, he was a deserving and likable musician such as Leroy Carr. McCoy was created in the tiny city of …

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Jimmy Bosch

An expressive performing design, marked by flaring melodies and soulful rhythms, offers produced Jimmy Bosch among the leading trombone players in modern Latin music. Known through the entire Latin areas as “Un Trombon Criollo,” the brand new Jersey-born Bosch offers strengthened the music of such top-notch Latin organizations as Ruben …

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Mark Nauseef

Although there are lots of more well known session drummers than Mark Nauseef, few have lent their talents to as wide a number of music styles as Nauseef has over time. Nauseef provides studied many percussive designs during his lengthy and winding profession, including Javanese gamelan with K.R.T. Wasitodiningrat; Balinese …

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Ronald Shannon Jackson

Drummer Ronald Shannon Jackson, and his Decoding Culture from the 1980s, learned in the exemplory case of Ornette Coleman’s Perfect Period and were a logical expansion of the group. They highlighted colorful and loud ensembles; weren’t scared of the impact of rock and roll; and their rhythms had been funky, …

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Judy Collins

Vocalist Judy Collins was, alongside Joan Baez, among the two main interpretive performers to emerge from the folk revival from the past due ’50s and early ’60s. Like Baez, she started performing traditional folk tracks, then shifted to popularize the task of contemporary vocalist/songwriters, even composing her own tracks sometimes. …

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Pip Proud

Mistakenly and overenthusiastically heralded from the ’60s Australian press because the Aussie reaction to Bob Dylan, Pip Proud was actually a lot more akin, musically and normally, to such fractured poets mainly because Syd Barrett, Alexander Spence, and Roky Erickson. His music may also be regarded as a precursor towards …

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Jim Powers

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