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Tag Archives: 1970s – 1990s

Shingoose

Shingoose (aka Curtis Jonnie), an Ojibwa Indian used by Manitoba missionaries at age four, started singing in the church choir. He sang using the Boystown Concert Choir after shifting towards the U.S. and, in the middle-’60s, started using rock and roll and R&B rings in NY and Washington, D.C. Back …

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Pree

As Karen Pree, Pree recorded for various brands in the ’70s. She experienced a minor strike “HAVE SEX Last Forever” on Casablanca Information and released the self-titled Karen Pree on MCA Information in 1977. The multi-talented vocalist, songwriter, vocal arranger, and model was raised in LA, CA. Her Cherokee/Seminole Indigenous …

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Matt Lewandowski

Polka drummer Matt Lewandowski has been around the music business since he was 12, and appeared with top-flight polka rings just like the Dynatones, Eddie Blazonczyk’s Versatones, and Frankie Liszka as well as the Brass Connection. He afterwards began a single profession, and released two albums through his very own …

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Vicente Feliú

Cuban singer and songwriter Vicente Feliú started composing in 1964 while being truly a high school pupil at La Habana. Through the pursuing years, Feliú began approaching what afterwards was known as Nueva Trova, a fresh design performed by talented music artists who used to create their very own poetic …

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Alisha Sufit

Alisha Sufit made some little-known recordings in the first 1970s like a guitarist and vocalist/songwriter with Magic Carpeting (who did 1 rare recording) so that as a soloist (doing an recording of materials that wasn’t issued before ’90s), using open up acoustic guitar tunings and vocalizing in a way extremely …

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Americade

Truly among the weirdest bands in rock history, Fresh York’s Americade emerged in the first ’80s bedecked in stars-and-stripes outfits and singing on the subject of patriotic themes more than a Vehicle Halen-like very difficult rock style. Shaped in 1979 by flashy vocalist P.J. de Marigny and his sibling guitarist …

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Tom Mastin

A mysterious physique named Tom Mastin wrote “HOW WILL YOU Feel,” among the songs around the Jefferson Airplane’s second album, Surrealistic Cushion. Along with “My Greatest Friend,” it had been the lightest folk-rock track with an LP normally comprised of relatively harder-edged material. Using its harmonies and recorder, it and …

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Abel Yeple et le Yeple Jazz

Yeple and his music group are Gouro in the western area of the united states. They produced in the past due ’70s and strike a downdraft in the middle-’80s, resurfacing in 1990. Their design is normally fast and percussion-based, with electric guitar, keyboards, and vocals.

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Andy Brown

British bandleaders may ask themselves, do they need a bass participant, or a bass participant named Andy Dark brown? With more than enough of said animals to command a little restaurant desk, sorting out the documenting credits for Uk bassists called Andy Dark brown, sometimes formalized in to the type …

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Super Diamono

For almost twenty years, Super Diamono ruled the roost among the politicallly hip in Senegal. Against the traditional custom of praise-singing, they performed what they known as mbalax: a bluesy, jazzy type of rock and roll. Their lyrics resolved charged issues such as for example apartheid, polygamy, and human-rights violations …

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