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Tag Archives: 1960s – 1990s

Linda Martin

Tv presenter and vocalist Linda Martin was Ireland’s victorious admittance in the 1992 Eurovision Tune Contest, environment the stage for an unprecedented work of 3 successive victories on her behalf homeland. Delivered on Apr 17, 1947, Martin became a member of the Belfast music group Potato chips in 1969 and, …

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Danny Chilean

Vocalist/songwriter Danny Chilean started getting mixed up in local music picture after being successful a radio competition at the north Chilean town of Antofagasta, moving to Santiago in 1961 to take part in a famous radio display hosted by Ricardo García. Immediately after, he registered to RCA, documenting in Spanish …

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Les Gilbert

Les Gilbert appears to have provided field recordings of wild birds with the equal sort of promotional force that cute aged E.T. do for a particular candy item. His Compact disc entitled Kakadu Billabong — offering star residents from the Australian Nourlangie Creek Billabong like the “Masked Lapwing” as well …

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Renato Andrade

Renato Andrade devoted himself towards the viola caipira (a ten-stringed device just like a acoustic guitar) but surpassed all complex standards from it, learning to be a virtuoso. Constantly enchanted by traditional music (leftover from 34 years playing the traditional violin) he’s renowned for his Bach interpretations for the uncommon …

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Andrei Petrov

Russian composer Andrei Petrov was created on Sept 2, 1930, in Leningrad (now St. Petersburg). Upon his graduation in the Leningrad Conservatory in 1954, he continued to compose many instrumental parts (the symphonic poem “Radda and Loiko,” the ballets “The Place Professional,” and “The Shoreline of Wish.”) In the 1960s, …

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Jansug Kakhidze

Well-known for his innovative programming and devotion to modern music from his homeland, Georgian conductor Jansug Kakhidze gained wide recognition during his life being a good friend and solid advocate of composer Giya Kancheli, recording his whole cycle of seven symphonies along with a great many other works. Nicknamed “the …

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Mahmoud Darwish

A committed action to his ancestral homeland of Palestine offers fueled the poetry and track lyrics of Galilee-born Mahmoud Darwish. A staunch challenger from the Oslo serenity contract between Palestine and Israel, Darwish offers consistently indicated his anger through his innovative words. One of the better known Arab authors, Darwish …

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Boss Tweads

Clarkfield, Minnesota garage area combo the Manager Tweads formed in the springtime of 1964, comprising performers/guitarist Shelly Seversen and Gene Miller, bassist Paul Larson, keyboardist Stan Berg, and drummer Tim Hofstad. Chiefly influenced by the English Invasion, the group was an area favorite because of its frequent looks at local …

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Peter Frankl

The career of the renowned pianist began in the past due ’50s, when he won first prize in a number of international competitions. In 1962, he produced his debut in London and in 1967, he performed in NY for the very first time within a concert using the Cleveland Orchestra …

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Tom Brown

Tom Dark brown was involved with several areas of traditional music in the Uk Isles, including creating agreements of ocean shanties. In the middle-’70s he was an associate of Alex Duthart’s illustrious Shotts & Dykehead drum group, and afterwards organized his very own drum corps.

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