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Tag Archives: 1970s – 2010s

Vince Vance & the Valiants

The act behind the sentimental, evergreen vacation favorite “All I’D LIKE for Christmas Is You,” Vince Vance & the Valiants kicked off their career on the far side of the spectrum, climbing the charts in the first ’80s using the novelty number, and Iran hostage crisis answer song, “Bomb Iran.” …

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Christian Zacharias

From the 1990s, Christian Zacharias established himself among the leading pianists of his generation, but like a lot of his keyboard colleagues — Ashkenazy and Eschenbach immediately one thinks of — he has generated a parallel career like a conductor. Although Zacharias hasn’t quite accomplished the success for the podium …

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D.O.A. (Dead on Arrival)

Not to end up being confused using the Vancouver hardcore punk/metallic clothing D.O.A., Deceased on Introduction (alternately and confusingly also called D.O.A.) is usually much, psychedelic acid rock-band influenced by famous brands Iron Butterfly, Uriah Heep, Vanilla Fudge, and Deep Crimson. Drummer and Middletown, NY indigenous Rick Ferrusi founded the …

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Ames Piano Quartet

The Ames Piano Quartet was unique in two ways: firstly, it had been among the hardly any active major piano quartets; secondly, all players had been faculty users at Iowa Condition University, where these were the citizen chamber music ensemble. As the titles of the average person members weren’t well …

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Nick Nicely

Most widely known for the 1982 cult strike “Hilly Areas (1892),” Nick Nicely’s exclusive mixture of psychedelic rock and roll and electronic pop influenced contemporaries such as for example Robyn Hitchcock and XTC’s Andy Partridge and informed the task of later skills want Bevis Frond, John Maus, Ariel Red, and …

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Currende

The music group which performs beneath the upbeat name “Currende” was founded as soon as 1974 by Erik van Nevel. The founding concept was always to assemble “first-class performers,” from 16 to 24 of these. The Currende Consort’s repertory provides focused in the 16th and early 17th decades, though they …

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Ralph Votapek

Among the primary “young” American pianists in the 1960s, Ralph Votapek gained the first Van Cliburn Competition in 1962 and continued to create numerous acclaimed appearances at Carnegie Hall and with the main orchestras of Chicago (16 times!), Philadelphia, NY, Pittsburgh, LA, London, St. Petersburg, Lisbon, and many more. He …

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Yorkshire Baroque Soloists

Created in 1973 by Peter Seymour, this ensemble is an expert in the performance of music from your 17th and 18th centuries. How big is the group varies from chamber to orchestral size with regards to the requirements from the repertoire. The standard constituents from the ensemble are soprano, tenor, …

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Desmond Child & Rouge

Before Desmond Kid was the superstar producer/songwriter who caused heavyweights like Bon Jovi, Cher, and Alice Cooper, he was the first choice of Desmond Kid & Rouge — a fascinating but little-known pop-rock vocal quartet that recorded for Capitol in the past due ’70s. Kid was the just male in …

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Alban Berg Quartet

The Alban Berg Quartet was founded in 1971 and within ten years was established among the finest string quartets in the world. It had been known because of its huge recorded models of the entire quartets of several masters from the genre. Its founding people were all section of a …

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