B.E.F.

The production arm of early synth popsters Heaven 17 and occasionally a documenting entity in its correct, B.E.F. (or English Electric Basis) was created by Martyn Ware and Ian Craig Marsh soon after their leave from the initial lineup from the Human being Little league. Ware and Marsh experienced formed …

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The Chi-Lites

Probably one of the most popular clean spirit groups of the first ’70s didn’t hail from Philadelphia or Memphis, both towns known for nice, string-laden spirit. Rather, the Chi-Lites had been from Chicago, a city better known because of its gritty metropolitan blues and traveling R&B. Led by vocalist Eugene …

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The Chenille Sisters

The Chenille Sisters’ quirky appeal truly reaches across all ages — while their irreverent country-folk sound was originally geared to adults, they also have recorded several albums designed for children. Shaped in 1985 in Ann Arbor, Michigan, the Chenille Sisters are made up of Cheryl Dawdy, Connie Huber, and Sophistication …

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Babbie Mason

Modern gospel singer Babbie Mason was created and raised in Jackson, MI; the child of the pastor, she tenured for just two decades like a chapel pianist and choir movie director, also working like a general public school instructor before founding her have ministry in 1984. A 12 months later, …

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Franz Nicolay

Franz Nicolay is a multi-instrumentalist and manufacturer located in Brooklyn. Absurdly prolific and continuously working, Nicolay continues to be involved being a program participant, arranger, collaborator, touring entity, and long-term person in countless bands, aswell as maintaining a dynamic solo profession. Nicolay started playing piano and accordion in the long-running …

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The Fiestas

The Fiestas’ career spanned almost 20 years, plus they came along at the same time when soul music was gaining prominence in the vocal group scene. Their biggest strike was 1959’s “Therefore Great,” which reached number 3 over the R&B graphs before crossing to amount 11 over the Sizzling hot …

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Gustav Clarkson

Gustav Clarkson is a violist from the London early and period musical instruments picture. Since 1993, as an associate from the Eroica Quartet, he continues to be directing his focus on rediscovering and carrying out the genuine string performance design of the Romantic period.

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The Chessmen

A doo wop ensemble that recorded for many small brands in the past due ’50s and early ’60s, included in this Mirasonic, Safari, AMC, Amy, and G-Clef, but by no means scored any R&B hits despite building some charming love tunes.

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The Cheetah Girls

Going from some books in regards to a girl pop strap to some Disney TV movies in regards to a girl pop strap to a genuine, touring girl pop strap, the Cheetah Ladies started as fictional character types in Deborah Gregory’s 16 books for young-adult readers. The series released in …

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Big Youth

A guy with a note, Big Youth arrived over the music picture in the wake of U-Roy, Dennis Alcapone, and I-Roy, but quickly established his very own design, threatening to eclipse all of them. The consummate ethnic toaster, the DJ ruled the dancehalls over the ’70s, and even though his …

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