Ernie Smith

b. Glenroy Ernest Smith, c.1948, Jamaica, West Indies. Smith in the beginning loved notoriety when his solitary ‘Pitta Patta’, supported with ‘Lichfield Landscapes’, topped the Jamaican graphs in 1973, making use of Lee Perry’s ‘musical transplant’ tempo. The music was voted as the very best song of the entire year …

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Luther Barnes

Award-winning gospel musician Luther Barnes began executing professionally when he was just nine years of age. During his lengthy career he continues to be part of several groups, released more information on albums, acquired his songs highlighted in films, as well as made an appearance in off-Broadway has. He provides …

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Ernie Royal

A brilliant specialist with a lovely tone and a variety, Ernie Royal spent the majority of his profession in the anonymous configurations of studio rings, uplifting the music but just gaining popularity among those in the music market. The younger sibling of altoist Marshall Royal (who was simply nine years …

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Charles King

Charles King had not been a major saving superstar by any stretch out of the creativity, but being a song-and-dance guy on Broadway and in Hollywood, he introduced his talk about of well-known popular music. He had an extended profession on Broadway and, when the films learned to chat, it …

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Dr. N. Ramani

Dr. N. Ramani was among the 1st Carnatic musicians to come quickly to wider, Traditional western attention. The Spirit of Indian Flute (Globe Pacific WPS 21456) adopted the discharge of Balachander’s Seems from the Veena Featuring the Flute of Ramani (WPS 21436). He was created in 1934 in Tiruvarur in …

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Turk Murphy

Turk Murphy led probably one of the most popular rings of the SAN FRANCISCO BAY AREA Dixieland motion. After using various big rings (including Mal Hallett and can Osborne), Murphy 1st gained popularity for his use Lu Watters’ extremely important Yerba Buena Jazz Music group (1940-1947). He shaped his personal …

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Charles Johnson

Charles Johnson is a guitarist, vocalist, and songwriter whose efforts towards the gospel music genre add a vintage song that’s sometimes recognised incorrectly as a depressing climate statement, “It’s Gonna Rainfall Again.” From the first ’60s through the first ’80s he was from the Sensational Nightingales, an excellent gospel ensemble …

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Ernie Henry

Ernie Henry accomplished a whole lot in a brief period of your time before loss of life prematurely. He previously his very own sound, although his design was clearly seriously affected by Charlie Parker. He worked well through the bop period with Tadd Dameron (1947), Fat Navarro, Charlie Ventura, Maximum …

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Errol “Flabba” Holt

b. c. 1959, Kingston, Jamaica, Western world Indies. Holt started saving in the middle-70s with Prince Much I and Ja Guy. Early strikes included ‘Who Possess Eyes To Find’, ‘Gimme Gimme’ and ‘Shark Out Deh’. In 1976 he documented ‘A You Lick Me Initial’, a audio system strike that provided …

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Luther Ingram

While R&B singer Luther Ingram continues to be best kept in mind for the piercing 1972 ballad “(If Loving You Is Wrong) I Don’t Desire to be Best,” he was also a gifted songwriter, teaming with Mark Rice to co-write the Staple Singers’ vintage empowerment anthem “Respect Yourself.” Given birth …

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