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Bootsy Collins

Bootsy Collins is among the all-time great funk and R&B bassists, besides being truly a consummate character. Created in Cincinnati, Collins created the Pacesetters through the ’60s, a device that not merely included vocalist Philippe Wynne (later on of Spinners popularity), but additionally George Clinton like a sideman. Collins and …

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Isaac Hayes

Few figures exerted higher influence on the music from the 1960s and 1970s than Isaac Hayes; after laying the groundwork for the Memphis spirit audio through his use Stax-Volt Information, Hayes began an extremely successful single profession which predated not merely the disco motion but additionally the development of rap. …

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Cobra Starship

As the story of Cobra Starship could have it, frontman Gabe Saporta fled in to the deserts of Az one day to get the true meaning of his existence from his emo-rock music group, Midtown. Saporta spent times and evenings pondering existence, mysterious lights continuously plaguing the nighttime sky above …

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The Bo-Keys

The Memphis-based retro-soul act the Bo-Keys trace their roots back again to 1998, when musician Scott Bomar was enlisted to make a supporting band for Sir Mack Grain. Bomar made a decision to revive the audio and sensibility of Memphis within the ’60s — the fantastic age group of Stax/Volt, …

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Stuart Matthewman

Grammy-winning songwriter/musician/manufacturer Stuart Matthewman is an essential section of Sade. The multi-instrumentalist could be noticed on sax, electric guitar, key pad, and MIDI coding. He has made an appearance on most of Sade’s albums: Gemstone Life, Promise, MORE POWERFUL THAN Pride, Like Deluxe, and Greatest of Sade, which proceeded to …

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Tomcraft

b. Thomas Brückner, Munich, Bavaria, Germany. Known for his effective make of electro-tinged trance, Brückner started DJing as an adolescent before being authorized to Munich’s Kosmo Information at age 17. His 1st singles, ‘Rollercoaster’ and ‘This IS NOT ANY House’ had been released in 1995 and since that time, his …

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Deadric Malone

Deadric Malone may be the pseudonym of label owner, songwriter, and producer Don Robey, whose name ought to be in any serious set of early pop/R&B pioneers. His Duke/Peacock category of brands boasted an extraordinary roster: Johnny Ace, Bobby “Blue” Bland, Big Mama Thornton, Clarence “Gatemouth” Dark brown, the Dixie …

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Cash Cash

Mixing electro, pop, and dance, Roseland, Fresh Jersey-based group Money Cash started with longtime friends Jean Paul Makhlouf (producer, vocals) and Samuel Frisch (producer, DJ). In 2007, a far more solid lineup arrived collectively when Jean Paul’s sibling Alex came up to speed (maker, keyboards). The music artists spent a …

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The Weeks

Raucous Mississippi rock combo the Weeks got their start early, forming in 2006 while all from the members were even now in senior high school. Staffed by twin brothers Cyle (business lead vocals) and Cain Barnes (drums), Samuel Williams (electric guitar, vocals), and Damien Bone tissue (bass), things found quickly …

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The Del Vikings

The story from the Dell-Vikings (or Del Vikings, or Del-Vikings) is among the most glorious, complicated, and frustrating of any successful doo wop group in music history. With two main national strikes (“Arrive OPT FOR Me” and “Whispering Bells”) with their credit — yet another hit than almost every other …

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