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The George Benson Quartet

Nowadays, George Benson (born March 22, 1943, Pittsburgh, PA) is often referred to as a industrial R&B/pop singer who sometimes moonlights being a pop-jazz guitarist. But early in his profession — when Benson was still in his twenties — the jazz globe considered him being a guitar-playing really difficult bop/soul-jazz …

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“Little” Mike McKendrick

A Mike McKendrick by every other name may possibly have already been helpful, at least to discographers. This musical dynasty from the Chicago jazz picture, comprising multi-instrumentalist dad Gilbert McKendrick, Sr. and his five sons, took among the strangest methods to saving credits in the annals of any design of …

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Luís Loy Quinteto

The pianist/organist/accordionist Luís Loy organized his first group in 1960, Luís Loy e seu Conjunto, which performed on TV’s Tupi and Excelsior with Mar del Plata, Argentina, having recorded in 1961 the album Luís Loy e sua Juventude Music. Hired by Television Record in 1965, the group performed in the …

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Blues by Five

Due to the fact they cut an individual for English Decca in 1964, when the complete Uk blues scene was flourishing in London, amazingly little is well known about this clothing. They could (or might not) be descended through the same “Blues By Five” music group that Charlie W exited, …

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Four Plus One

An unexceptional Uk R&B band from the mid-1960s, the 4 AND SOMETHING (also spelled in a variety of permutations such as for example 4 + 1, 4 AND SOMETHING, etc.) produced just one single unmemorable one. However, they’re appreciated for including two associates, vocalist Keith Western world (after that Keith …

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Christine Schäfer

Christine Schäfer established probably one of the most stellar professions of any youthful German soprano in the 1990s and became known on her behalf sensational performing and her mastery of an array of repertory and designs. She signed up for the Berlin Conservatory in 1984 and analyzed with Ingrid Figur, …

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5 a.m. Event

The 5 a.m. Event began in Winnipeg, Manitoba, in the middle-’60s, working beneath the name the Crescendos, comprising Glenn Macrae (vocals, harmonica), Terry Loeb (electric guitar), Dennis Penner (bass), and Vance Experts (drums). The group was sufficient at emulating the United kingdom Invasion sound to obtain brought to Liverpool in …

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Tony & the Shantels

“Tony” of Tony as well as the Shantels was in fact business lead singer Ernie Roach–the remaining music group was Ian Ferguson (bass), Kevin Runciman (tempo electric guitar), Tony Colmer (business lead electric guitar), Keith Harris (sax), and Laurie Dark brown (drums). Produced in the top farm city of Shepperton, …

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The Showmen

From the SAN FRANCISCO BAY AREA suburb of Mill Valley, the Showmen were the precursors towards the almost-equally obscure band Butch Engle & the Styx. They produced in 1963 as the remnants of the music group that included vocalist Engle and potential Sons of Champlin member Costs Champlin; Engle overran …

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Just Four Men

Simply Four Guys were a somewhat above-average Merseybeat group that produced several fair, however, not great, singles for Parlophone in 1964-65. They may be mostly significant for having developed in to the curiously called Wimple Winch, mostly of the Liverpool bands to help make the changeover from Merseybeat to interesting …

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