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Tag Archives: 1970s – 1980s

Offenbach

Offenbach were formed in Quebec in 1969 by Gerry Boulet, Michael Lamonthe, Jr., and Wezo. The music group signed using the self-employed Barclay label in 1972 and released the French recording Offenbach Cleaning soap Opera. Four years later on, A&M provided an archive offer and released the band’s self-titled recording …

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Bastard

Bastard is a German rock quartet founded in Hanover in 1977 and comprising Keith Kossoff (electric guitar), Uli Meisner (electric guitar), Karl Rothert (bass, vocals), and Toto Petticoato (drums).

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Ayers Rock

Ayers Rock and roll was a jazz-rock group formed in Melbourne, Australia, in 1973. Users included drummer Tag Kennedy, Ray Burton, Russell Dunlop, Chris Brownish, Jimmy Doyle, Doug Gallacher, Col Loughman, and Duncan McGuire. They toured the U.S. in 1975-1976, but broke up. Dark brown and Doyle reorganized beneath the …

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T. Life

Maker/songwriter/guitarist/vocalist T. Life’s biggest strike was Evelyn “Champagne” King’s 1978 million-selling one “Pity.” The monitor was utilized as the starting theme for Keenan Ivory Wayans’ 1994 film Low Down Dirty Pity (Touchstone House Video) and was included on the 1998 RCA film soundtrack CD Even more Monty. Sometimes acknowledged as …

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Les Hooper

b. 27 Feb 1940, Baton Rouge, Louisiana, USA. Although a self-taught pianist, Hooper examined structure at Louisiana Condition University before getting into the marketing business being a author of jingles. In Chicago in the middle-70s he produced a huge band which produced a fine record, Appear What They’ve Done, and …

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Leo Nucci

In a day and time even more generously endowed with dramatic Italian baritones, Leo Nucci may have achieved a reputation as a stylish lyric baritone with an uncommonly attractive voice. The dearth of large-voiced performers for the main Verdi baritone personas, however, developed the demand that led Nucci (and his …

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Joanna Brouk

California-based Joanna Brouk made up slow, sparse functions designed for meditation and reflection, utilizing acoustic instruments, vintage synthesizers, field recordings, as well as the individual voice. Her music was motivated by traditional minimalism, nonetheless it was embraced with the burgeoning modern movement through the 1980s. Delivered in St. Louis, Missouri …

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Factrix

Post-punk music group Factrix shaped in 1978 and included Joseph T. Jacobs (bass, vocals), Connection Bergland (guitars, vocals), and Cole Palme (consumer electronics, vocals), the last mentioned two of whom acquired performed with Patrick Miller’s Minimal Guy. Like their Western european commercial brethren (Throbbing Gristle, Cabaret Voltaire, Einstürzende Neubauten), Factrix …

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A Fina Flor Do Samba

In the ’70s, the choro experienced a revival through the combined efforts of Os Novos Baianos plus some journalists. The time dominated by popular censorship and insufficient possibilities for politics expression drew teenagers towards the country’s tradition, as well as the choro was one of the better genres for all …

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