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Wendell Cassino Simpson

This interesting character played an essential role in Chicago’s hot music scene through the mid-1920s. The complete play of his interesting professional lifestyle, his following mental derangement, incarceration, and loss of life occurred in, or not really definately not, Chicago. Firstly, he’s said to possess examined piano with Augustus Zinky …

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Mano Décio

Perhaps one of the most important historic old-guard sambistas, Mano Décio da Viola wrote a lot more than 500 sambas and participated in a number of samba academic institutions since their inceptions. Regarding his partner Silas de Oliveira, Mano Décio was among the pioneering authors of samba-enredos. Various other of …

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Patativa do Assaré

Semi-literate, the tiny farmer Antônio Gonçalves da Silva chosen keeping his root base in his property instead of following destiny from the cantadores, or the individuals who wander through the dried out hinterlands of northeastern Brazil singing their aches. His pseudonym Patativa perform Assaré derives from a parrot known because …

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Dick Lammi

Dick Lammi was an excellent rhythm participant in Dixieland configurations, driving the soloists along with his tuba and bass performing. He actually began on violin and banjo, freelancing in the Pacific Northwest in the last mentioned instrument through the last mentioned half from the 1920s. Lammi mainly played bass throughout …

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Elgin Evans

Elgin Evans, given birth to Elga Edmonds, was significant as the 1st everlasting drummer in Muddy Waters’ music group. Created in 1909, he performed the washboard like a rural blues musician, in configurations where drums had been unavailable or incorrect, but with the 1940s he previously transferred to Chicago and …

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Angelo Francesco Lavagnino

Angelo Francesco Lavagnino was a classically-trained musician who, after an early on career within the concert hall as well as the opera home, so when a teacher, considered composing film music in the first 1950’s. His ratings included a unexpected number of extremely visible worldwide productions, including Orson Welles’s Othello …

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Mickey Katz

A long time before Allan Sherman and Woody Allen showered the general public with Yiddish slang — and decades prior to the klezmer revival breathed new lease of life right into a once-popular cultural music — just a little clarinetist with a whole lot of chutzpah blazed the path, exposing …

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Leon Chappelear

Horace Leon Chappelear (b. Aug 1, 1909, Tyler TX, d. Oct. 22, 1962) was a guitarist, vocalist and bandleader who experienced several hit singles within the ’30s and ’40s. He worked well closely with nation story Jimmie Davis, playing blues-style acoustic guitar on many of his albums. Davis would later …

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La Niña de la Puebla

Given birth to in La Puebla De Cazalla, close to Seville and called Dolores Jimenez Alcantara, Niña was blinded like a youth, considered singing and produced her debut in 1931.

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Dan Minor

For a limited period of your time, Dan Minor was the primary trombone soloist with Count Basie’s Orchestra but he was ultimately overshadowed by stronger players; ironically, he’s still most widely known for his period with Basie. Small began playing skillfully in 1926 using the Blue Moon Chasers in Dallas. …

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