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Rochelle Fleming

Initial Choice lead singer Rochelle Fleming has perhaps one of the most distinct and long lasting voices from the disco era. The Philadelphia, PA, native’s vocals range between breathless urgency, as over the group’s initial big strike “Armed and intensely Harmful” (a high 20 R&B strike from 1973), to saucy, …

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Charles Fambrough

Most widely known for his stint with Artwork Blakey’s Jazz Messengers, bassist Charles Fambrough led 3 quite effective all-star times for CTI which were filled up with his stimulating originals. He originally researched traditional piano but turned to bass when he was 13. In 1968, Fambrough started playing with regional …

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Beth Levin

American pianist Beth Levin has dedicated herself to performing music in the Intimate custom, and her repertoire of functions by Beethoven, Chopin, Schumann, Brahms, and Rachmaninov outlines her primary market. Yet she’s also played songs by modern composers, such as for example David Del Tredici, Alexander Goretzky, Louis Karchin, and …

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Frank Stallone

Younger brother of actor Sylvester Stallone had his own group, Valentine, prior to making a solo career. “Definately not Over” in the film Keeping Alive was his biggest strike in 1983 on RSO.

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