Noca da Portela

Probably one of the most dynamic sambistas ever sold, composer of more than 300 recorded tunes, Noca da Portela may be the inventor of “Portela Querida” (interpreted by Elza Soares), “Isto Tem Que Acabar” (recorded by Ataulpho Alves Júnior), “Capital carry out Samba” (recorded by Eliana Pittman), “Condição” (registered from …

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Machuca

Chilean punk/rock foursome Machuca was shaped in the first ’90s, independently producing Si Tapas Tus Oidos in 1992, immediately after participating in an area rock compilation with “Zero Quiero Morir Antes De Haber Vivido” and “Hogar Dulce Hogar.” In 1995, Carlos Cabezas created Machuca’s debut recording Hogar Dulce Hogar, obtaining …

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Tom Jones

Tom Jones (never to end up being confused using the Welsh-born vocalist who also uses the same name) is component of this increasingly rare variety of songwriter/lyricists. He’s also a notably effective one, predicated on the a huge selection of recordings which exist of “A LOT MORE,” “Make an effort …

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Mary McCaslin & Jim Ringer

Mary McCaslin and Jim Ringer, who have been married to one another, both had effective solo folk professions in the 1970s (see specific entries for every artist). In addition they toured jointly and, in 1978, produced an album being a duo, The Bramble & the Rose. This is not really …

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Alex Dezen

A singer and songwriter most widely known as innovator of alt country-rockers the Damnwells, Alex Dezen in addition has released solo materials and co-written tracks for famous brands Justin Bieber, Cody Simpson, as well as the Veronicas. THE BRAND NEW York City indigenous shaped the Damnwells in 2001, performing as …

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Annie Nightingale

b. 1 Apr 1942, London, Britain. Although most easily from the BBC Radio schedules from the 70s and on her behalf presentation of tv programme The Aged Grey Whistle Check, Nightingale has continued to be energetic within broadcasting to today’s. She started her profession in newspapers journalism, writing like a …

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Newton Mendonça

Newton Mendonça wrote, as well as Antônio Carlos Jobim, many immortal classics of bossa nova, such as for example “Desafinado” (1958), “Meditação” (1960), “Samba de Uma Nota Só” (1960), “Caminhos Cruzados,” (1958) and “Foi a Noite” (1956). His body of function, though small, is usually greatly expressive and he can …

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Lenny Herman

Lenny Herman may also be referred to as a jazz bandleader from the ’40s and ’50s, yet his music group bus really was even more of a bandwagon, using the last mentioned word with regards to a trend or taste of your day. He got in in early stages, covering …

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American Military Band

The American Army Music group, led by conductor Robert W. McKewen, and who, as their name suggests, celebrate the music from the U.S. MILITARY, released five albums in 2002: Music from the Atmosphere Force, Music from the Marines, Music from the U.S. Military, Music from the U.S. Navy, and some …

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Ellie Gaye

As an adolescent in 1958, Ellie Greenwich released her first launch beneath the name Ellie Gaye. The RCA solitary, “Cha-Cha Charming”/”Silly Isn’t It,” demonstrated precious little proof her long term brilliance like a Brill Building songwriter, although she do write both edges. “Cha-Cha Captivating” was a sickly lovely pop-calypso number, …

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