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Andrew Tibbs

b. Melvin Andrew Grayson, 2 Feb 1929, Columbus, Ohio, USA, d. 5 Might 1991, Chicago, Illinois, USA. Although little-known right now, Tibbs was a significant contributor to the first success from the Aristocrat record label, the precursor of Chess Information and Checker Information. His dad, Rev. S.A. Grayson, was among …

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Smif-N-Wessun

Section of Brooklyn’s talented TRAINING Clik, the powerful tandem of Smif-n-Wessun got their start Black Moon’s common debut, Enta da Stage, in 1993. Rudeboy MCs Tek and Steele produced their presence sensed over the slashes “U da Guy” and “Dark Smif N’ Wessun.” In early 1994, the staff scored an …

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Smash TV

Smash Television (Holger Zilske and Michael Schmidt) began their profession recording beneath the alias Mindlab, releasing a single popular tech-house one for the Salo imprint (where fellow tech-house performers SCSI-9 also got their begin). Using a switch to Berlin’s Bpitch Control, the duo released Electrified along with a slew of …

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Steve Burgh

Producer and program guitarist Steve Burgh was created Dec 17, 1950, in Trenton, NJ. He started playing Greenwich Community rock and roll and folk night clubs while still in his mid-teens, once jamming without significantly less than Jimi Hendrix, Johnny Wintertime, and Buddy Mls, and was hardly out of senior …

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Shuggie Otis

Guitarist/singer/songwriter/manufacturer/multi-instrumentalist Shuggie Otis may possibly not be children name, but his “Strawberry Notice 23” is normally in the record collections of an incredible number of households. The Brothers Johnson’s cover of “Strawberry Notice 23” has marketed more than a million copies, peaking at number 1 R&B and amount five pop …

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Peaches

Peaches (Merrill Nisker) burst into transcontinental favour with her very particular make of cocksure rapping and groovebox beats. Though she originated from an underground cauldron of acoustic folk (Mermaid Café), avant-garde jazz (Fancypants Hoolum), and deconstructed sound swarms (the Shit), it wasn’t until 2000 that her fearless, politics gender play …

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Small Towns Burn a Little Slower

Twin Cities-area emo rockers Little Towns Burn just a little Slower began in 2002. They ultimately settled right into a lineup of vocalist Danny Wolf, guitarists Tommy Rehbein and Joel Trowbridge, bassist Ryan Traster, and drummer Sean Carey, and released a self-titled EP on Rise Information. Dogged touring adopted, plus …

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Sho-Nuff

A Mississippi funk music group, Sho-Nuff hasn’t attained much business success saving for Malaco. The Jackson ensemble started in 1975. Its primary members were business lead vocalist Frederick Teen, guitarist Lawrence Lewis, keyboardist Adam Lewis, bassist Sky Chambers, drummer Bruce Means, conga participant Albert Bell, and Jerod Minnis.

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Peach

Before bassist Justin Chancellor joined Tool in 1995 (replacing departed original member Paul D’Amour), he was an associate of the Uk art metal outfit Peach — issuing a sole full-length (HAVING A BABY to a Rock) in addition to two EP’s and an individual throughout their brief tenure like a …

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So Solid Crew

The genesis because of this group was MC Megaman and MC Romeo, both of whom were promoting various Uk garage club shows and also other parties. The celebrations, named Therefore Solid within the marketing promotions, grew in recognition. In 1998, while conference in the Killer Watt Carnival Soundsystem, the group …

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