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Tag Archives: 1970s – 1980s

Floyd Lee

Styles of music appear to inspire similar types of storytelling. For instance, some nation blues performers will show sagas to getting released from prison because they occurred to play electric guitar therefore well for the warden or a VIP visitor. Jazz players have a tendency to produce pathetic stories of …

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Ousu N’Jie

N’Jie played key pad and percussion using the Guelewars of Banjul in the later ’70s, afterwards settling in Norway in the mid-’80s.

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John Russell

The name John Russell arises several times in virtually any study of individuals who wander the Uk Isles with guitar cases at hand. Therefore the fellow of the name who’s a company disciple of Derek Bailey shouldn’t be puzzled with this U.K. guitarist, who performed in several intensifying rock outfits …

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Veronique Beliveau

Though Veronique Beliveau (aka Nicole Monique) documented her 1st album in British in 1986, she was well-known to Quebec audiences from her 1977 debut for RCA, Prends Moi Comme Je Suis. From then on recording and a self-titled function in 1980, she authorized with A&M in 1983, liberating Transit. The …

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Chuck Cissel

Chuck Cissel’s profession took off such as a Stealth Bomber, everything the local of Tulsa, Oklahoma tried, he obtained. He sang and danced throughout his adolescent years, and arrived a component in his high school’s creation of South Pacific. Where, he impressed an area philanthropist a lot the fact that …

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Billy Graham

This Billy Graham gets a credit for yelling and screaming, otherwise referred to as vocals, on the late-’70s album by Rocky Burnette, son of ’50s rockabilly outlaw sex symbol Johnny Burnette. Out of this rowdy organization it could be assumed this isn’t Reverend Billy Graham.

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Randy Barlow

A singer/songwriter who reached his business top in the later ’70s, Randy Barlow was created in Detroit in 1943. By age ten, he was playing electric guitar with regional R&B rings; at 14, he was executing professionally. After departing university in 1965, he transferred to California to become Hollywood stuntman, …

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Long Hello

Originally a side project produced by Van der Graaf Generator players Guy Evans, Hugh Banton, Nic Potter, and David Jackson while bandleader Peter Hammill was away making solo details following the release of Pawn Hearts, and originally marketed prominently via the Van der Graaf connection, the Longer Hello became the …

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Bruford

After using Yes and Ruler Crimson, drummer Costs Bruford took a big step toward jazz-rock and fusion using the establishment of his own group, merely named Bruford, in the later ’70s. He presented the music group, featuring a primary lineup of himself on drums and percussion (including vibraphone) with keyboardist …

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Method

Produced in Richmond, Surrey, in 1977, the Method’s punky reggae cross types was among the brightest sounds going to vinyl by the end of this year. Helmed by manufacturer Robin Scott (in those days most widely known for his use Roogalator), the Method’s debut solitary, “Dynamo”/”Kings for the Part,” was …

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