Kim Lenz

With a mother who rode in rodeo and a dad who was simply a fan of Wolfman Jack, rockabilly queen Kim Lenz learned all about good music in early stages during her youth in southern California. She was raised hearing the recordings of such performers as Janis Martin, Wanda Jackson, …

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The Kings

Vocalist/bassist David Gemstone, key pad player Sonny Keyes, drummer Potential Designs and guitarist Mister No founded the Kings in Ontario in 1979. Somewhere within new influx and rock and roll, the music group released a 1980 one, “Switchin’ to Glide,” that do well in the U.S. aswell as Canada. The …

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Booker T. & the MG’s

As the home band at Stax Information in Memphis, Tennessee, Booker T. & the MG’s might have been the solitary greatest element in the enduring value of this label’s spirit music, not forgetting Southern soul all together. Their small, impeccable grooves could possibly be heard on traditional strikes by Otis …

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Incognito

An acidity jazz task with surprisingly deep origins in the 1970s jazz/funk/fusion globe, Incognito were originally shaped by Jean-Paul Maunick (aka Bluey) and Paul “Tubbs” Williams. Both had been leaders from the past due-’70s disco-funk group Light from the Globe, who scored many moderate British strikes, including a cover of …

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The Killjoys

Birmingham, England-based punk music group the Killjoys grew from the artsier Lucy & the Fans, achieving notoriety for the feisty 1977 one Johnny Won’t Reach Heaven, released on Organic Information. Featuring Kevin Rowland and Heather Tonge on vocals, drummer Joe 45, bassist Jewel, and guitarist Tag Phillips, the band’s lone …

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Birdsongs of the Mesozoic

Created in 1980, Birdsongs from the Mesozoic perform a unique mixture of rock and roll, punk, classical, minimalism, and free-form music, with occasional forays into a lot more unpredicted directions, including spoken term performance and African-American spirituals. The group’s varied instrumentation offers included piano, synthesizers, acoustic guitar, saxophones, flutes, and …

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Bird York

Parrot York (genuine name: Kathleen York), an celebrity, musician, and songwriter, is most beneficial known on her behalf 2006 one “In the Deep,” that was written for the 2004 film Crash. The one, extracted from her record, Wicked Little Great, made an appearance in the Billboard Popular 100 in 2006, …

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Incendio

The brand new age trio Incendio captures a serene musical sound, alluding for an ambient sort of spiritualism and meditation. Incendio, who’s made up of guitarist Liza Carbe, keyboardist/guitarist Jean-Pierre Durand, and guitarist/composer Jim Stubblefield, blend a definitive design of cultural fusion music and traditional flamenco tastes. All folks are …

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Kim Hiorthøy

Norway’s Kim Hiorthøcon is definitely a multi-faceted designer whose work offers included painting, illustration, graphical design, film, pictures, and writing furthermore his music, which is definitely primarily electronic-based. In virtually any provided field of innovative effort, and certainly in his musical explorations, he will defy conventions and rigid meanings, acquiring …

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Ina Ray Hutton

Ina Ray Hutton is most well-known in jazz background for having led an all-female big music group in the 1930s. Her dance before the orchestra (frequently utilizing a baton like a prop) and her periodic winning vocals had been a strong appeal for a long time. In the first ’30s …

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