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Emer Mayock

The melodic playing of Emer Mayock has placed her on the forefront of traditional Irish music. A indigenous of Ross, Ireland, a little community near Castlebar in State Mayo, Mayock started playing the tin whistle at age five. By her teenagers, she had learned the instrument, aswell as the timber …

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Great Guitars

A sporadically repeating supergroup featuring Charlie Byrd, Natural herb Ellis, and Barney Kessel, Great Guitars’ portentous name bears enormous objectives. But with world-class talent like these three working in comfy mainstream nation, the music is normally worth the billing, genially swinging and harmonically erudite, with Byrd’s traditional and Latin affects …

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Bascom Lamar Lunsford

The original folk songs and buck dance from the United Claims’ Southern mountain region may have faded in to the past with no efforts of collector, musician, and impresario Bascom Lamar Lunsford. Through the almost three-quarters of a hundred years that he gathered tunes and dances in the Appalachian Mountains, …

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Droogs

Los Angeles-based music group, The Droogs’s best success has can be found in European countries. While their garage area band approach offers yet to fully capture an American target audience, their recordings have obtained a keen response abroad. German record label, Music Maniac, reissued their albums, Mad Doggie Dreams and …

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Irakere

Lots of the best Cuban jazz music artists have played in Irakere in the past many years, including altoist Paquito D’Rivera and trumpeter Arturo Sandoval (before both individually defected). Pianist Chucho Valdes continues to be the orchestra’s longtime head, and its own music runs from Latin jazz and bop to …

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The Godz

Few rings in the history of rock & move were stranger compared to the NY City-based Godz. Documenting for the wonderfully idiosyncratic ESP-DISK label from your mid-’60s before early ’70s, the Godz coughed up a number of the strangest, most dissonant, purposely incompetent rock and roll sound ever produced. Area …

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Bleizi Ruz

Acquiring their name from the Breton phrases signifying “Red Wolves,” Bleizi Ruz perform high-energy mixture of Breton dance music; Romanian, Bulgarian, and American traditional music; and Cajun and gypsy-influenced originals. Produced in 1973, Bleizi Ruz set up their early popularity making use of their turbo-charged method of traditional Breton dance …

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Blessed End

Hailing in the Philadelphia area, Blessed End was a five-piece rock-band with a appear often in comparison to that of the Doors. The music group was conceived in 1968 by Ken Carson (bass) and Jim Shugarts (electric guitar) once the two had been senior high school sophomores. Having neither possessed …

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The Association

The Association was one of the most underrated groups to emerge from the mid- to later ’60s. Creators of the enviable string of strikes from 1966 through 1969, they got captured in a change in well-known culture as well as the unwritten requirements for significance for the reason that field …

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The Artistics

A Chicago R&B and spirit group discovered by Main Lance, the Artistics were formed in 1958 at Marshall SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL. They sang in the 1960 Democratic Convention and supported Lance before documenting for Okeh in 1963. Initial business lead vocalist Robert Dobyne became a member of founding users Aaron …

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