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The Rip-Chords

Chicago doo wop quintet the Rip-Chords formed in 1954 — relating to Marv Goldberg’s profile in the Apr 1979 problem of Goldmine — lead tenor/songwriter Leon Arnold, 1st tenor George Vinyard, second tenor David Hargrove, alto John Gillespie, and bass Lester Martin 1st performed as the Five Knights of Tempo. …

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M’Pongo Love

Within a country which has until recently defined music being a male field of undertaking, M’Pongo Appreciate flourished using the appealing balladry she performed with band Tsheke Tsheke. A youth polio sufferer, she passed away in 1990 after an extended struggle with disease.

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Cheech and His Jazz Band

Certain folks may be downright disappointed that Cheech and His Jazz Music group had not been a collaboration between stoner comic and actor Cheech Marin and a backup jazz combo. Predicated on a number of the musical parts of traditional Cheech & Chong films, this actually appears like an excellent …

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Achille Joseph Baquet

While “passant blanc” may appear as an imported mozzarella cheese, it really is a Creole appearance for black people who move for white. That is a details that inevitably arises in the storyplot of Achille Joseph Baquet. It had been not necessarily that uncommon for black music artists to move …

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Carlos Rennó

The writer and poet Carlos Rennó in addition has penned song lyrics together with Lenine (“Tubi Tupi,” included on the CD Na Pressão, as well as others still unpublished), Lula Queiroga, Arrigo Barnabé, Gilberto Gil, Chico César, Peninha, Rita Lee, Skowa, Tetê Espíndola, and Tom Zé. Rennó has already established …

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David Alexander McDonald

Given birth to Steven Edward McDonald in the British Midlands in 1956, McDonald started formal musical teaching while an orchestral percussionist in age ten, getting an avid enthusiast of classical music after viewing 2001: AN AREA Odyssey in 1968. A family group proceed to Mandeville, Jamaica, in 1969 opened up …

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Mauro de Almeida

Mauro de Almeida was the alleged author of a lot of the lyrics for “Pelo Telefone” (the controversial first-recorded samba). Later on, he released a notice in the Carioca press, declaring that he just adjusted towards the music verses of general public domain. He published several takes on, like Presidente …

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Willy Muñoz

Uruguayan musician, teacher, and writer Willy Muñoz utilized to play when he was an adolescent, beginning professionally at age 20, forming an organization called Vendabá in 1980. In the first ’90s, the musician effectively performed at Buenos Aires’ Mardel Jazz Celebration. As a instructor, Willy Muñoz released Metodos Doble Pedal …

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José Francisco de Freitas

José Francisco de Freitas was a reliable pianist and author of many strikes. His first structure was the valse “A Tarde,” created in 1912. Until 1923, he devoted himself to create music for theatre. In 1926, he offered “European union Vi” and “Zizinha,” the second option became the largest hit …

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The Tornados

Charles Sutton, a founding person in the Royals — who changed to the Midnighters in order to avoid misunderstandings using the Five Royales — formed the Tornados when the Midnighters barred his re-entry in the group after an extended illness. Wanting to produce a lineup as effective as the Midnighters, …

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