Count Raven

Swedish doom metallic group Count number Raven was shaped in 1989 by vocalist Christian Linderson, guitarist Dan Fondelius, bassist Tommy Erikkson and drummer Christer Pettersson. A 12 months later on, the group released its 1st recording, Storm Caution, for the Hellhound label. The recording received great evaluations from the Western …

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Count Ossie

The foundations of reggae and its own association with Rastafarianism were established by drummer, percussionist, and vocalist Count number Ossie (born Oswald Williams). Regarding his music group, the Mystic Revelation of Rastafari, Count number Ossie mixed African-influenced music using the Western european hymnal tradition to make a exclusive sound that …

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Bismillah Khan

Certain musical instruments become indelibly associated with particular performers. Within the Hindustani world, the santoor is certainly closely connected with Shivkumar Sharma as well as the rudra vina with Zia Mohiuddin Khan, but historically, possibly the closest & most close association continues to be with Bismillah Khan as well as …

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Kimberly Allison

Based in LA but originally from Kansas City, MO, guitarist Kimberly “KC” Allison is really a blues-oriented instrumentalist with a multitude of influences–many in the blues, however, many from the areas of music. Even though versatile, broad-minded Allison includes a blues orientation, she actually is in no way a blues …

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Indo G

A member from the mid-’90s cluster of Memphis, TN, rappers associated with the expanded Three 6 Mafia collective — Hypnotize Camp Posse, Prophet Posse, Tear da Membership up Thugs — Indo G quickly established himself among the city’s most talented MCs, examplified using the Juicy “J”/DJ Paul-produced Angel Dust (1998). …

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Jackie Leven

The very first officially released saving by Scottish cult star Jackie Leven (given birth to in Fife on June 18, 1950), a musician that has drawn from folk, punk, blues, nation, as well as the music of his Celtic heritage, was issued under another name. Control, an record released in …

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Church of Betty

Fusing American pop with Indian traditional music, raja-rock combo Church of Betty was the brainchild of Brand-new York-based multi-instrumentalist Chris Rael, whose developing curiosity about global music traditions prompted him to go to china and taiwan in 1988. The field recordings he manufactured in India and Nepal eventually made their …

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Bishop Paul S. Morton, Sr.

Listeners and audiences are generally astounded by the tone of voice and character of Bishop Paul S. Morton. Whether within a televised appearance with youth friend Aretha Franklin or in his capability as the mature pastor of Greater St. Stephens Total Gospel Cathedral in New Orleans, Bishop Morton is normally …

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Chris & Carla

Chris & Carla are an offshoot from the Seattle folk-punk device the Walkabouts, featuring the band’s singer/songwriters Chris Eckman and Carla Torgerson. An acoustic, folk-based task, the Chris & Carla duo debuted in 1993 with Shelter for an Evening, a live collection documented in Germany. 2 yrs later, the set …

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Lambert, Hendricks & Ross

The premier jazz vocal act ever, Lambert, Hendricks & Ross revolutionized vocal music through the past due ’50s and early ’60s by turning from the increasingly crossover slant from the pop world to embrace the sheer musicianship inherent in vocal jazz. Applying the ideas of bop harmonies to swinging vocal …

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