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Barry Gemso

Through his compositions of British lounge, Barry Gemso complied his own Connection with over forty musicians to be able to formulate his collective of orchestrated pop. Leading to the appropriately entitled ensemble referred to as The Barry Gemso Encounter, Gemso complied a soundtrack of 60’s affected compositions which have been …

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The Esquires

Among the many talented Tx garage sets of the ’60s, the Esquires didn’t record much, but managed several smoking shows in “Judgement Day time” and “SERIOUSLY, SERIOUSLY,” both which rank among the raunchiest occasions in Tx garage rock and roll (against stiff competition). A whole LP part of their function …

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Rick Harris

This Rick Harris produced a live album for folkie Dan Crow in the ’90s, and really should not be baffled with others in the music business that share his name, including several guitarists and a jazz trumpeter.

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Olavo Alén Rodriguez

Like fathers appear to carry out, the brilliant early 20th hundred years Cuban pianist Osvaldo Alén might question which of his sons to become most pleased with. Those with encounter may conceivably comment that it’s undoubtedly the oldest child who has got the nod — poor information for Andres Alén, …

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Screwface

This is among at least three indie rock bands using the name Screwface because the mid-’90s, none which ought to be confused using the Miami rap artist from the same name. Some five guitarists had been credited in the self-titled Screwface record on the beginning label, first released in 1996, …

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Angst Hase Pfeffer Nase

Angst Hase Pfeffer Nase was the single guise of avant-garde guitarist Chris Cooper, who’d previously worked throughout the Bay Region with “industrial bluegrass” oddballs Caroliner and adventurous indie-popsters Deerhoof. When the economically strapped Caroliner continued hiatus in the past due ’90s, Cooper struck from his own, implementing the Angst Hase …

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Boo

Boo! were one of the most initial South African option bands from the past due 1990s. Developing in Johannesburg in 1996, the music group brought collectively the skills of Chris Chameleon (vocals, bass), Ampie Omo (acoustic guitar, trumpet, keyboards)and Princess Leonie (drums). Boo!’s music (provided the moniker “Monkey punk” from …

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Glen Sansone

Native Fresh Yorker Glen Sansone happens to be the Managing Director of CMJ, which publishes the best alternate trade magazine CMJ SONGS Report. In his a decade at the business, Sansone has created columns for CMJ SONGS Report and its own consumer-oriented sister publication, CMJ SONGS Monthly, covering styles such …

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Joel Diamond

New York-based composer, arranger and pianist/keyboardist Joel Gemstone has successfully fused his interests in “significant” orchestral music and modern electronica. His string quartet, “Danza Caprichosa”, documented by Orchestra Nova, was nominated to get a Grammy prize. His ballet, Leonard And Minky, was premiered, with narration by Mayor Ed Koch and …

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Dave Evans

This musician will be the most obvious choice if a granite-solid rhythm section was desired inside a combo composed entirely of musicians named Dave Evans. Occasionally confused with the initial vocalist for AC/DC or a bluegrass banjoist, this Dave Evans is usually neither. He comes from the Baltimore region and …

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