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Larry Levan

Neglected by many due to his early death and insufficient recordings, Larry Levan is among the seminal brands in dance music, a legendary inspiration through the 1970s and ’80s. Inspired by David Mancuso’s Loft celebrations, which presaged disco by a lot more than five years, Levan got his cue and …

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The Neons

An obscure blue-eyed doo-wop quartet from your Borough Park portion of Brooklyn, NY, the Neons’ influences included the Harptones, Cadillacs, Moonglows, Spaniels, as well as the Flamingos. The quartet created in 1954 having a line-up of Jeff Pearl (lead), Ron Darin (baritone), Norm Isacoff (bass), and Frank Vignari (1st tenor). …

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Noel Pointer

Violinist Noel Pointer studied classical violin before he signed with Blue Take note like a jazz musician in the first ’70s. His produces of light instrumental pop and fusion also included visitor stints by vocalists. Pointer shifted to United Performers in 1978, and his HANG ON LP got Patti Austin …

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Jerry Seinfeld

Jerry Seinfeld may be the most successful and influential comedian of his era. His excellent observational riffs in the minutiae of everyday activity formed the foundation of the tv screen traditional Seinfeld, the quintessential sitcom from the 1990s and something of the very most dearest series in the annals of …

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