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Tag Archives: 1960s – 1980s

BZN

Inspired from the sound from the British Invasion, BZN created within the Dutch city of Volendam in 1966; the original lineup comprised Jan Veerman, Cees Tol, Jan Tujip, and brothers Evert and Gerrit Woestenburg. On the band’s 30-plus-year background, BZN provides released over 60 albums (26 which possess eliminated platinum …

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Brunning Sunflower Blues Band

The Brunning Sunflower Blues Music group was the part-time Uk blues-rock outfit led by former Fleetwood Mac pc bassist Bob Brunning and blues pianist Bob Hall. A founding person in Fleetwood Mac pc, Brunning kept a minimal profile after having been release by Peter Green once John McVie was free …

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Bunny Lee

Probably one of the most influential and prolific makers in reggae background, Bunny “Striker” Lee pioneered the artwork of the dub — expanding the guidelines of studio room technology like zero Jamaican maker before him, he and his engineer, the equally legendary Ruler Tubby, maximized the creative likelihood of every …

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Bruce Haack

Bruce Haack, given birth to on, may 4, 1931, was perhaps one of the most musically and lyrically inventive children’s songwriters from the ’60s and ’70s. Despite — or simply due to — his designed viewers, his music was unusually expressive, merging homemade analog synths; traditional, nation, pop, and rock …

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Stranger Cole

Stranger Cole was created Wilburn Theodore Cole in 1945 in Kingston, Jamaica, receiving the nickname “Stranger” because he resembled nobody else in his family members. Cole started his recording profession with maker Duke Reid, rating a hit along with his 1962 debut, “Tough & Hard,” a full-tilt ska quantity with …

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Kathy Kirby

Kathy Kirby was created Kathleen O’Rourke in Ilford, Essex around the East London edges on Oct 20, 1940. She was dubbed “The Golden Lady of Pop” within the middle-’60s, although her fall from popularity into obscurity was nearly instantaneous, because the worldwide singing celebrity who had made an appearance in …

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Stu Stevens

b. Wilfrid Pierce, 25 Sept c.1937, Annesley Woodhouse, Kirkby-In-Ashfield, Nottinghamshire, Britain. Pierce drove tractors in the plantation at age eight, but his ambition to be always a farmer was hardly ever fully understood. When he was about 13 yrs . old, his father, a miner, passed away, and he still …

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Joe Dassin

American expatriate Joe Dassin was among France’s most widely used singers through the past due ’60s and ’70s, initially building his name with stylized adaptations of folk and country materials from his birthplace. As his profession blossomed, Dassin switched progressively to traditional-style chansons penned by a number of the genre’s …

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Alex Campbell

Alex Campbell was among Scotland’s best-loved wandering minstrels. Learning the artwork of busking whilst travelling with American folk performers Derroll Adams and Ramblin’ Jack port Elliott through the past due ’50s, he continuing to perform an assortment of traditional Scottish music, American work tunes, spirituals, and ballads until his loss …

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Dee Edwards

Vocalist Dee Edwards remains to be most widely known in North spirit circles for the cult basic “Completely Home.” Created Doris Jean Harrell in Montgomery, AL, in June 1945, she started performing in her chapel choir at age group five. Following the family’s 1960 relocation to Detroit, Harrell and her …

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