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Tag Archives: 1970s – 1980s

Freedom

It had been 1975 in Jackson, MS, when business lead guitarist, Caleb Tyrone Armstrong, students at Wingfield senior high school, and Ray Smith (bass), students at Jackson Condition College, formed Independence. The various other members had been Joe Leslie (business lead vocalist and bongos), David Thigpen (sax), Victor Mason (drums), …

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Classic Vibes

Currently located in Denmark, that is among the first Ghanaian reggae bands. Led by Kojo Antwi, they toured the Ivory Coastline and later European countries, where they backed major performers like Peter Tosh, Gregory Isaacs, and Burning up Spear. Antwi came back to Ghana in the past due ’80s.

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Wrecking Crew

A Chicago music group that was formed from the rhythm portion of the Staple Performers in 1977, the Wrecking Team didn’t have an extended profession. Vocalists Nicholas Toler Williams, Jack port Chatman, and Timothy Terrell Austin doubled as business lead guitarist, bassist, and drummer respectively. These were became a member …

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Black Angels

Missing something in originality (critics observed a specific debt to early Deep Crimson), Swiss dress the Black color Angels went a way towards remedying their shortcomings through utter energy and self-belief. Hell Machine, their 1981 debut for Meteor Information, was the excellent of their two attempts, despite some agonizingly clichéd …

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Red Balaban

The nickname “Red” may be the hottest in jazz or any music genre; for the time being, a sub-catagory associated with bassists with this nickname is present should never become doubted. There is certainly a good jazz anecdote associated with a bandleader phoning an apartment distributed by two bassists, both …

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Masahiko Satoh

Masahiko is a Chick Corea-influenced pianist who all also plays electric powered keyboards. His compositional depth isn’t considered as solid as his playing.

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Vernon Burch

Washington, D.C., guitarist Vernon Burch spent 2 yrs support the Delfonics mainly because a teen feeling. He was 13 when he became a member of them. He later on used the Stairsteps, and using the Bar-Kays for four years. Burch started documenting for United Performers in 1975, and later on …

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Ta Pedhia apo Patra

Ta Pedhia apo Patra (literally, the Males from Patras) were among several rembetika revival organizations who flourished following the fall of Greece’s armed service junta in 1974. They disbanded in the 1980s.

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Charlie Austin

Outside the Artwork Outfit of Chicago and other multi-instrumentalists like Anthony Braxton, right now there aren’t many players with the capacity of displaying abilities in as much various ways as Charles Austin. He’s not merely documented in duo, little combos and huge orchestras, but offers played as much as six …

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