Les Rythmes Digitales

More comparable to French nu-disco compatriots like Daft Punk than his Wall structure of Audio labelmates, Jacques Lu Cont’s Les Rythmes Digitales task bridges the difference between your quintessentially early-’80s sensation of synth pop and more sophisticated styles like acidity home and trip-hop. Lu Cont is in fact of British …

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Desireless

Claudie Fritsch, given birth to on Dec 25, 1952 in Paris, was raised in Tréslot, and in the first ’70s she became a designer. Drawn in to the musical orbit by her close friends, she began performing with numerous jazz, new influx, and R&B rings in the first ’80s. In …

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Desire

Composed of Fred Daniel (vocals), Burk Cost (guitar), David Svach (bass) and Larry Sexton (drums), Desire was a largely unsuccessful US hard rock and roll group of the first 80s. Cost’s focus on the group’s debut recording, 1983’s Cry IN THE Sky, produced some ripples of encouragement in the press, …

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Wes King

CCM singer/songwriter Wes Ruler was created in Winder, Georgia on January 20, 1966. After picking right up your guitar at age 14, he composed his first music two years afterwards; after learning the Bible at Covenant University, he relocated to Franklin, Tennessee to keep his education at Christ Community Cathedral, …

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Wes Farrell

b. 21 Dec 1940, NY, USA, d. 29 Feb 1996, Fisher Isle, Florida, USA. Among pop’s most effective entrepreneurs, Farrell increased to prominence in the first 60s as a co-employee of Luther Dixon. He co-wrote many music for the Shirelles, like the frenetic R&B melody ‘Children’, later included in the …

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Leroy Vinnegar

Who owns a swinging “walking bass” way, comfortable in a number of idioms however, not a prolific soloist, Leroy Vinnegar had several heydays — in the ’50s and ’60s like a busy freelance recording sideman, so that as an associate of Les McCann’s most popular combo in 1969. Therefore, he …

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Wesla Whitfield

One of modern jazz’s foremost interpreters of popular requirements, Wesla Whitfield won common acclaim on her behalf elastic vocals, clarion pitch, and impeccable phrasing. A indigenous of the LA area, Whitfield required both tone of voice and piano lessons as a kid, later studying traditional music in university and going …

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Devon

The group Devon played music classified by many fans as Faroese rock. People from the lineup contains lead vocalist and drummer Ronnie Nielsen, bassist Petur Mohr Reinert, and guitarist Hjalti Joensen. Devon shaped in the first ’80s and survived for approximately ten years. For the brand new millennium, many of …

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Doug Riley

b. Douglas Brian Riley, 12 Apr 1945, Toronto, Ontario, Canada, d. 27 August 2007, Calgary, Alberta, Canada. Riley performed piano from early youth, then examined in Toronto on the Royal Conservatory of Music with the town’s school. Among his passions was the music from the First Countries, notably that of …

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Johnny Parker

b. 6 November 1929, Beckenham, Kent, Britain. Parker is usually a self-taught pianist with an excellent talent for single ragtime and boogie woogie but who are able to fit easily right into a band’s tempo section. In the first 50s he caused Mick Mulligan and Humphrey Lyttelton playing the catchy …

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