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John Hollingsworth

Conductor John Hollingsworth enjoyed achievement using the lighter classical repertory, both in concert and on record, and played a significant role in Uk film music. Blessed in Enfield, Middlesex, in 1916, he was informed on the Guildhall College of Music, and in 1937, at age group 21, he executed the …

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Rosa Marya Colin

Rosa Marya Colin’s earliest artistic shows were at Rádio Tupi and Rádio Mayrink Veiga (Rio de Janeiro), performing also jazz and bossa nova in the historic Beco das Garrafas. Her 1st LP premiered in 1965, Uma Rosa com Bossa, which drew the interest of critics over her function. Having proved …

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Robert Rolston

Robert Rolston (aka Mr. Quintron) provides described his body organ playing being a cross between your stylings of cartoonist Raymond Scott and jazz organist Jimmy Smith. Apart from his body organ playing, Rolston is normally a multi-instrumentalist who performs on traditional stuff like electric guitar, drums and trumpet, aswell as …

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Kid Acne

North Britain rhymesayer and graffiti designer Kid Pimples makes sparse, ’80s-flavored hip-hop beats an ideal backdrops for satirical lyrics and smart Brit humor. No one really took see from the Sheffield-based rapper before launch of his second recording, Council Pop (2003), which loved critical compliment from your U.K. to Japan …

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Simpleton

b. Christopher Harrison, c.1975, Kingston, Jamaica, West Indies. He grew up within the outskirts of Kingston within the Papine area of Decrease St. Andrews. Harrison was affected by locally centered performers including Brigadier Jerry, Sister Nancy, Chaka Demus, Main Mackerel, Roundhead, Colin Roach and Anthony Malvo. By his personal admission, …

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Marduk

An unswerving commitment to blasphemy and extremity coupled with a relentless touring plan and a reliable blast of recordings has helped establish Sweden’s Marduk among the better-known rings within the Scandinavian dark metal picture. They started as even more of a typical loss of life metal music group with a …

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Hatewave

The Chicago-based trio Hatewave specialized in ultra-fast death/grind metal, that was used a nontraditional slant, perhaps due to its members’ experience in a number of other genres, including free jazz, no wave, and experimental/noise rock. Their ties to various other non-metal-oriented music moments — drummer Weasel Walter, for instance, was …

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