Clarence Reid

Singer/songwriter/maker Clarence Reid, like David Bowie and P-Funk’s George Clinton, had multiple music personalities. One was of the earnest Southern spirit singer, born Feb 14, 1945, in Cochran, Georgia, and documented for TK Information chief executive Henry Stone’s Alston imprint. His Billboard-charting singles had been “Nobody NEVERTHELESS, YOU Babe” (quantity …

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Taja Sevelle

Pop/crossover musician Taja Sevelle gained a little bit of interest with her first one, “Like Is Contagious,” in 1987. The record of the same name was made by the Musician Formerly Referred to as Prince on his Paisley Recreation area label. Sevelle, with her light, high-pitched vocals shown her capability …

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Citizen Bird

Shaped in Gothenburg, Sweden, psychedelic rock and roll quintet Citizen Parrot — vocalist Simon Ohlsson, guitarist Andreas Nilsson, drummer Anders Gustafsson, bassist Jukka Rintamaki, and keyboardist Jon Olmeskog — emerged together as several art-school students in the past due ’90s. The music group (also going beneath the name Silverbullit in …

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Jin

One of the most unique rappers to emerge through the early 2000s, Jin initially made waves due to his Chinese language ethnicity, nonetheless it was his freestyling capability that eventually earned him street-celebrity position and an archive cope with Ruff Ryders. Delivered Jin Au-Yeung in Miami, FL, the rapper was …

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Elisabeth Leonskaja

Elisabeth Leonskaja is an extremely respected (former Soviet) pianist whose career blossomed within the shadow of Sviatoslav Richter and Emil Gilels. Known on her behalf modesty — not really unlike old compatriot Maria Yudina — Leonskaja was mentored by Richter and frequently performed duets with him. She’d hardly ever reach …

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Crust

Sketching on the custom from the Butthole Surfers, the Austin, TX, music group Crust produces willfully disturbing monitors based around such designs as std, open public institutions, and lifestyle at very cheap. The group’s music can be awash within the noises of examples, guitars and noise-making home items. The combo’s …

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Jimmy Zambrano

Given birth to in Colombia but graduated from a Venezuelan music college, multi-instrumentalist Jimmy Zambrano started his profession after teaming up with Omar Geles in Los Diablitos. Before becoming a member of vocalist Jorge Celedon, Zambrano experienced the opportunity to operate for Latin pop designer Adriana Lucia and regional music …

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Clyde Stubblefield

With Jabo Starks, drummer Stubblefield laid down the beat for James Brown’s biggest ’60s hits. Stubblefield helped travel such seminal Brownish funk-fests as “Mom Snacks,” “Chilly Perspiration,” “State It Noisy (I’m Dark and I’m Happy),” “I ACQUIRED the Feelin’,” and “Cool Drummer.” Stubblefield’s popular break within the second option was …

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Larry Johnson

One of the postwar generation of blues artists, Larry Johnson — from Riceville, GA — is among the most specialized in the pure Delta and Texas varieties of the ’20s. He was created on, may 5, 1938, in Fulton Region, GA. His dad was a preacher and his boy would …

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Last Crack

Melodic and brutish, Midwestern rock act Last Split released their debut, Sinister Funkhouse #17, in 1989 in Roadrunner Information. The Madison, Wisconsin-based collective attained moderate achievement with 1991’s exceptional Burning Time, an extremely charged mixture of thrash and melody which was reissued (alongside its forerunner) with reward paths in 2006.

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