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Stoney Cooper

Dale Troy “Stoney” Cooper and his wife Wilma Lee were among the leading husband-and-wife duos in nation music. Staples from the Grand Ole Opry for twenty years, they performed jointly for near four years, and helped old-time music evolve into contemporary country music. These were blessed four years apart on …

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Albert E. Brumley

b. Albert Edward Brumley, 29 Oct 1905, Spiro, Indian Place, Oklahoma, USA, d. 15 November 1977. Brumley is normally remembered among the most significant gospel songwriters ever, although some of his a huge selection of music are also recorded by nation performers including Roy Acuff, Crimson Foley, Webb Pierce, Louvin …

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Bread

Loaf of bread was perhaps one of the most popular pop sets of the first ’70s, earning a string of well-crafted, melodic soft rock and roll singles, which were compiled by keyboardist/vocalist David Gates. A program musician and manufacturer, Gates fulfilled in 1968 guitarist/vocalist Adam Griffin, who acquired currently released …

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Ace

Ace were mostly of the pub rock and roll groups to take pleasure from success for the pop graphs, largely because of the warm, soulful vocals of Paul Carrack. While Carrack’s tone of voice certainly got crossover charm — as he’d later prove along with his very own records, in …

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World Saxophone Quartet

Probably the to begin several saxophone-only ensembles who proliferated in jazz after 1975, the WSQ is obviously probably the most commercially (and, probably, the most artistically) successful. Needless to say, commercial success is normally a relative part of jazz, particularly when one is talking about an avant-garde group. But unlike …

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A Cor Do Som

In the first ’70s, a Cor do Som was responsible, in great extent, for the revival from the choro idiom, influencing many music artists who have been young at that time and who afterwards develop noted careers within this style, just like the brothers Henrique Cazes, Beto Cazes, and many …

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Daniel Pemberton

Film, tv, and gaming music composer Daniel Pemberton got his begin in avant-garde and ambient electronic music, influenced seeing that an adolescent by statuesque electronic performers such as for example Jean Michel Jarre, Tomita, and Vangelis. Pemberton started collecting keyboard equipment young and composed a guidelines column for the video …

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Thompson Twins

The Thompson Twins — who have been neither a duo nor related, but merely named following the Tin Tin cartoon — were one of the most popular synth pop sets of the first MTV era, scoring a small number of hits before fading away into lite-funk obscurity. Even though many …

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Saecula Saeculorum

The group Saecula Saeculorum was the first prog rock-band of Marcus Viana as well as the foundation of what would become Sagrado Coração da Terra. As extremely good friends, the music group rehearsed tirelessly within the middle-’70s and bandmembers conserved several demonstration tapes out of this period. Impressed by among …

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Erste Allgemeine Verunsicherung

Few rings were more lucrative in Austria and Germany within the ’80s than Erste Allgemeine Verunsicherung (often abbreviated as EAV), a German-language rock outfit primarily regarded as a fun music group, with funny, often intentionally foolish lyrics and luxurious stage displays, but whose catchy pop tracks often included politics and …

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