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Tag Archives: 1950s – 1970s

Bob Luman

Bob Luman began like a rockabilly performer, switched to nation, and in the past due ’50s nearly ditched the music market altogether; had been it not really for the disturbance from the Everly Brothers, Nashville could have lost a favorite and talented performer to major-league football. He was created in …

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Babe Clarke

Arthur “Babe” Clarke (alternately spelled “Clark”) found his nickname from getting the youngest person in the Clarke category of Birmingham, AL. He researched music in the Fess Whatley college in that town, but without doubt picked up a lot more of his understanding from his family members, the majority of …

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Blue Mitchell

Owner of a primary, lightly swinging, somewhat plain-wrapped firmness that fit ideal along with the Blue Notice label’s hard bop ethos from the 1960s, Blue Mitchell is commonly overlooked today perhaps because he hardly ever really stood out vividly from your crowd, in spite of his undeniable skill. After learning …

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Big Dee Irwin

Big Dee Irwin initial found prominence within the Pastels, an organization that sang doo wop through the 1950s. THE BRAND NEW York City indigenous, whose true name was Defosca Erwin (occasionally spelled Difosco Ervin), became a member of pushes with three various other young men to create the group in …

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Bernabé de Moron

An excellent Spanish flamenco guitarist, de Moron studied with Ramon Montoya and Ninio Ricardo, whom he toured Spain with before moving to america in 1953. For 13 years he performed within the U.S. with Quieti Clavijo, also showing up in films. After time for Spain in 1967, he documented with …

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The Bobbettes

The Bobbettes were one of the primary successful girl sets of the rock era; within a field dominated by man performers, their 1957 strike “Mr. Lee” not merely damaged the pop TOP, but also strike number one within the R&B graphs. Originally dubbed the Harlem Queens, the group teamed sisters …

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The Aces

Common wisdom says that Muddy Waters was the person in charge of turbo charging the Delta blues and creating what we have now call Chicago blues. Waters’ importance is certainly inestimable, but to place all of the credit at his foot is to disregard the contributions of these who quite …

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Paul Warren

Paul Warren was a fantastic bluegrass sideman who have played fiddle on ratings of radio and tv shows and saving periods; although he was within the music business over 35 years, he under no circumstances made a single studio record. Warren was created and elevated in Hickman State, Tennessee; his …

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Stanley Myers

Stanley Myers, who got his begin in tv with such series while Z-Cars and Doctor Who also, was a reasonably prolific and highly versatile composer who could rating gentle vintage moods as very easily as rousing actions sequences. He’s perhaps most widely known for his music for The Deer Hunter, …

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Shelby Flint

Pop vocalist Shelby Flint earned a huge strike in 1961 with “Angel in My Make.” In the past due ’50s she was agreed upon being a songwriter by Western world Coast publisher/article writer Barry De Vorzon, who took her to Cadence, where “I’LL Like You” (1958) flopped. Flint after that …

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