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Sidney Miller

Sidney Miller was an extraordinary author of some jewels (recorded simply by several important performers) who by no means aroused a larger interest from your recording industry regardless of having been an extremely popular artist in historic celebrations. His compositions have already been documented by Nara Leão, MPB-4, Quarteto em …

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Ted Shapiro

If “EASILY Had You” was a music in regards to a hit record, after that songwriter Ted Shapiro could proudly document aside the “if” area of the name as an irrelevancy. Co-written with Jimmy Campbell and Reginald Connelly, the music has turned into a jazz and vocal music regular, with …

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Ted Lundy

Guitarist/banjo picker Ted Lundy was created in Galax, Virginia into among the Blue Ridge Mountains’ biggest music clans. He started playing acoustic guitar when he was eight; at age group 14 he discovered the banjo by imitating the brand new design of Earl Scruggs as opposed to the traditional clawhammer …

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Smokie

Originally formed in Yorkshire, Britain, in 1966, Smokie hit the Uk pop charts many times during the later ’70s with updated psychedelic pop, influenced with the band’s stick to Mickie Most’s Rak Records along with the writers of all from the band’s hit material, Rak’s Nicky Chinn and Mike Chapman. …

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Paul McCartney & Wings

Following his further solo album, Ram memory, in 1971, ex-Beatle Paul McCartney and his wife, Linda, created Wings, that was intended to be considered a full-fledged documenting and touring strap. Denny Laine, a previous guitarist for the Moody Blues, and drummer Denny Seiwell done the lineup and Wings released their …

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Triana

Spanish experimental rock-band Triana was shaped in the middle-’70s by ex-Los Payos guitarist Eduardo Rodríguez, drummer Juan José Palacios, and ex-Tabaca Jesús de la Rosa. Triana’s 1st album, called Un Patio, premiered in 1974. Immediately after, the music group was touring the neighborhood club circuit, documenting Hijos Del Agobio in …

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Starz

They had everything — music that were able to be both rocking yet melodic (think a merger of Cheap Trick, Aerosmith, and Kiss), a hunk of the frontman, a pyro-heavy stage show the featured plenty of shooting sparks, exactly the same management as Kiss — but also for whatever reason, …

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True West

From the same mildew as L.A.’s Paisley Underground rings, True Western world didn’t suit because these were from Davis, CA (operating from the close by nexus for electric guitar bands, SAN FRANCISCO BAY AREA) and just a little darker and much less dreamy compared to the others. They debuted with …

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Starland Vocal Band

Starland Vocal Music group dominated American airwaves through the Bicentennial summer months of 1976 making use of their quintessential soft rock and roll chart-topper “Evening Joy.” The group surfaced in the Washington, D.C., folk picture of the past due ’60s, its root base dating back again to the forming of …

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Stalin

Having a name such as this one, it’s obvious that this band does not have any intentions of topping the pop charts, and, indeed, the Stalin (spelled with articles until 1988) were probably the most famous and radical Japanese hardcore/punk band from the ’80s, always prepared to push the boundaries …

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