Ernesto Cavour

An acclaimed musician, poet, singer, craftsman, and composer, Ernesto Cavour has played an important role within the developing reputation of the charango. The leader from the Bolivian Culture of Charango Instrumentalists and Composers, he helped to start the Virtual Museum of Bolivian Musical instruments. Cavour continues expressing his love from …

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Ernie Fields

The career of trombonist and bandleader Ernie Areas seems quite typical for the jazz scene from the ’30s and ’40s, the hornman leading his own roving territory band. Within the ’50s, Areas moved to a more top notch rank, a minimum of with regards to selling information. His cover edition …

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Lupita d’Alessio

Among the initial in what could possibly be called the feminist motion in Latin pop and ranchera, vocalist Lupita d’Alessio warmed the hearts of females with her open up, honest portraits of love’s pitfalls. She’s recorded almost 100 songs, like the strikes “La Diferencia,” “Inocente Pobre Amiga,” “Mudanzas,” and “Acariciame.”

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VertigoGo

Latin pop/rock and roll duet Vertigo Move, predicated on a melody featured in 4 Rooms’ film soundtrack, produced their debut after composer Rafa Legisima met Spanish singer Diana García-Pelayo in Miami Seaside in 1997. Both registered to General a year afterwards. Vertigogo’s first record premiered in 1999, offering the strike …

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Western Keys

The Austin, TX, music group Western Secrets, led by Post-Parlo records head Ben Dickey (formerly of Capsize and New Cuba), presents a tiny conundrum for all those quick to lump rings in to the alt-country sphere. The group’s music could be lathered, sometimes, in big weeps of pedal metal, but …

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James V. Monaco

Tin Skillet Alley composer Wayne V. Monaco — occasionally nicknamed “Ragtime Jimmie” — was a multiple Oscar nominee who’s perhaps best kept in mind for “You Produced Me Like You (I Didn’t Wish to accomplish It),” popular for Judy Garland among others. Monaco was created in Genoa, Italy, on January …

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General Magic

“Unintentional electronica” duo General Magic could very well be the strangest, least stylistically constrained project in the Austrian Mego label’s roster. Produced by label bosses Ramon Bauer and Andi Pieper around once they set up Mego (GM’s cooperation with Peter “Pita” Bauer, “Refrigerator Trax,” was the initial Mego discharge), GM …

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Rupert’s People

For a music group that released just three singles and had zero significant commercial achievement, the storyplot of Rupert’s People is enormously complicated. The music group experienced three distinct lineups, and non-e from the musicians who have been within the iteration which was undoubtedly the longest-lasting & most noticeable played …

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Tuff Crew

Pennsylvania-based rappers Tuff Crew comprised Ice Dog, L.A. Child, Monty G, Firmness Like, and DJ As well Tuff, debuting in 1988 using the Warlock Information release Danger Area. Back again to Wreck Store followed a 12 months later, however in the wake of 1991’s Still Harmful, Tuff Crew fallen from …

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