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Chiefs of Relief

Something of the sequel to/ripoff of Mick Jones’ Big Sound Dynamite, the Chiefs of Alleviation were 3 punk-era veterans along with a newcomer buying similar rock and roll and dance cross. The primary of the group was guitarist Matthew Ashman (of the initial post-punk lineup of Adam & the Ants, …

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Bernie Tormé

Heavy metallic/hard rock and roll guitarist Bernie Torme has already established many opportunities to break to the big style as a employed weapon with established (or encouraging) performers, but every time, circumstances prevented him from doing this. Given birth to in Dublin, Ireland, Torme 1st picked up your guitar at …

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The Family Stand

The Family members Stand includes Dallas, TX, native Sandra St. Victor, Jeffrey Smith, and Peter Lord, a indigenous New Yorker. Lord and Smith originally replied to Evon Jeffries & the Stand, and documented under that name 2 yrs prior to getting the Family members Stand. Though they will have three …

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Stephanie Mills

Stephanie Mills initial came to popularity as “the tiny girl using the big tone of voice” because the star from the hit Broadway play, The Wiz, an version of L. Frank Baum’s traditional publication, The Wizard of Oz. She experienced many R&B strikes such as for example “I’VE Discovered to …

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Daddy-O

b. Brooklyn, NEW YORK, NY, USA. A creator person in Stetsasonic, and for quite a while among hip-hop’s most important figures, Daddy-O is usually remembered fondly because the Quincy Jones of rap. While still an associate of the music group he worked well in areas furthering the A.F.R.We.C.A. program – …

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David “Hawk” Wolinski

Keyboardist/songwriter/manufacturer David “Hawk” Wolinski initial came to popularity as an associate of rock and roll/R&B/pop music group Rufus. The Chicago indigenous wrote their number 1 R&B strike “Aint No one” and co-wrote their various other strikes “Hollywood” and “Everlasting Like.” Wolinski also composed/and or created strikes for Stephanie Mills (“The …

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Mick Abrahams

Mick Abraham’s was one of the most unfortunate hard-luck tales in rock and roll music. Most widely known for his focus on Jethro Tull’s debut record, THIS IS, where he performed blues licks that got critics evaluating him favorably to Eric Clapton, he still left the group, and since that …

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Noël Coward

A multi-talented Renaissance guy from the 20th hundred years, Zeroël Coward worked primarily being a playwright, professional, songwriter, and singer, but his creative actions also included the composing of fiction and poetry; making and directing for the stage, film, and tv; and nightclub entertaining and saving. Across a profession spanning …

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Levi Smith’s Clefs

Paving just how for soul and R&B music in Australia through the 1960s, Scottish-born singer Barrie McAskill fronted the ever-changing Levi Smith’s Clefs lineup from 1967 to 1975. The music group was began by body organ participant Tweed Harris in Adelaide in 1963 because the Clefs and shortly developed a …

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Leon Ware

Songwriter, vocalist, and maker Leon Ware was among the less-recognized items from the Motown Information music factory from the 1960s and ’70s, primarily because he tended to operate behind the moments. His signature design was an extremely romantic method of spirit music that led to many strike information, notably “I …

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