Dieter Klöcker

Dieter Klöcker was named among the finest German clarinetists of his era. In extra, he was a conductor renowned for his several acclaimed concerts and recordings using the chamber ensemble he founded, Consortium Classicum. The concentrate of Klöcker and his group was music for winds and strings from your Classical …

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The Arrogants

Huntington Seaside, CA dream-pop band the Arrogants was formed in 1998 by ex-Majestic 12 vocalist Jana Wittren in tandem using the three McFerson brothers — singer/guitarist Jayd, keyboardist Jeffrey and drummer Jon. Their debut EP Your Basic Beauty made an appearance on Shelflife Information in early 2000.

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Steve Lacy Trio

b. Steven Norman Lackritz, 23 July 1934, NEW YORK, NY, USA, d. 4 June 2004, Boston, Massachusetts, USA. Few contemporary jazzmen have selected the soprano saxophone as their primary device; Steve Lacy was most likely unique in selecting it as his only 1. Reputed to end up being the participant …

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Steve Lacy

Among the great soprano saxophonists ever (rank up there with Sidney Bechet and John Coltrane), Steve Lacy’s profession was fascinating to view develop. He originally doubled on clarinet and soprano (falling the former with the middle-’50s), motivated by Bechet, and performed Dixieland in NY with Rex Stewart, Cecil Scott, Crimson …

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Sigmund Snopek III

Within an era of odd and fascinating musical obscurities, Milwaukee-native Sigmund Snopek III could be perhaps one of the most fascinating artists to emerge from the later ’60s and early ’70s. By himself and along with his music group the Bloomsbury People, he started playing an unconventional combination of avant-garde …

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Paul Warren

Paul Warren was a fantastic bluegrass sideman who have played fiddle on ratings of radio and tv shows and saving periods; although he was within the music business over 35 years, he under no circumstances made a single studio record. Warren was created and elevated in Hickman State, Tennessee; his …

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Th’ Faith Healers

A hard-to-classify rock-band with none from the fashionable affects of the first ’90s — although their Krautrock fixation would continue to become badge of hipness within the second option fifty percent of the 10 years — Th’ Trust Healers didn’t easily fit into the U.K. indie picture of their own …

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Paul Vornhagen

Paul Vornhagen is situated in Ann Arbor, MI, but his five albums like a innovator and live times around the united states have sparked fascination with the classic-jazz-based tenor saxophonist (he also takes on the flute and sings). His music group contains trumpeter Jimmy Make, pianists Phil Kelly and Rick …

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Paul van Dyk

From early Berlin techno and house through progressive trance, maker/DJ Paul van Dyk has soundtracked the German electronic dance picture since he moved to the town and began combining in 1988. A indigenous of the German city near Frankfurt, vehicle Dyk first noticed home music on the air during the …

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Small Ball Paul

Jeff Wendler (vocals, guitar), Maureen Relling (bass), Jesse Kilsinger (guitar), and Gus Kodros (drums) shaped the fresh indie/hard rock-band in St. Louis in 1990. After touring the spot and releasing several 7-inches singles, the music group signed with Thirsty Hearing Recordings released an EP in 1993 and you also in …

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