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Luís Reis

A self-taught musician, Luís Reis learned to try out the piano, electric guitar, drums, and pandeiro. His biggest strikes were created with Haroldo Barbosa, “Palhaçada” (documented by Miltinho), “Not reallyícia de Jornal,” and “Nossos Momentos.” His music were documented by Elizeth Cardoso, Chico Buarque (“Not reallyícia de Jornal”), Nana Caymmi …

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The Cry

The short-lived ’80s music group called the Cry were formed and fronted by lead singer Kim Berly. While using the group, Berly utilized the pseudonym Kimball Fox. Additional people included keyboardist Robo MacPherson and drummers Billy Wade and Charlie Mitchell. Berly spent period using the group Stampeders in the past …

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Lynx

If supporters traced the root base of Lynx, they might see them planted in 1970. That’s when two youthful friends, vocalist and guitarist Mike Swartz and bassist Bob Walker, had been attending senior high school jointly in Toronto, Canada. It had been there which the duo produced their first music …

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Animal Slaves

Drummer Ross Hales, bassist Rachel Melas, and keyboardist/vocalist Elizabeth Fisher all came jointly in Vancouver around 1980 to create an organization they named Pet Slaves. The music group offered pop/rock and roll music that didn’t totally suit the pop mildew with its uncommon dash of funk and jazz. The threesome …

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Dub Rifles

The Dub Rifles, classified by many being a ska band, formed in 1980, in Winnipeg. Associates were lead vocalist/guitarist Colin Bryce, drummer Eloi Bertholet, saxophonist Matthew Challenger, and bassist Clint Bowman. A calendar year following group’s birth, another saxophonist, Dave Dark brown, was brought in to the combine. After completing …

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The Beach Bullies

The Seaside Bullies were a short-lived Uk post-punk duo comprising Soft Males associate Wayne A. Smith and vocalist Jill Fricker. Their minimalist, lo-fi music, recorded entirely having a acoustic guitar and drum machine, had been alternately witty and wistful, managing sentiments of heartache and loneliness having a sharp love of …

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Dinora Abán Ugalde

Mexican-born singer Dinora Abán Ugalde began singing at an extremely young age, taking part in her neighborhood church chorus and performing at celebrations and special occasions. At age 15, the talented youthful woman produced her own music group, Juventud Norteña, and produced her debut record, Tierra Caliente, that was made …

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Valzinho

Not so important as a new player, Valzinho was an excellent composer, having still left classics like “Óculos Escuros” (with Orestes Barbosa, 1955; documented by Zezé Gonzaga and by Paulinho da Viola, 1971), “Doce Veneno” (with Carlos Lentine and Esperidião Machado Goulart, 1945; documented by Marion, Djalma Ferreira Group, Jamelão, …

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Sunblind Lion

Sunblind Lion was shaped in 1974 in the tiny rural community of Plymouth, WI. Many of its people, including business lead vocalist Keith Abler and guitarist Dave Steffen, graduated through the past due ’60s and early ’70s rings Love Culture and Stage III. Sunblind Lion released three distinctly different albums …

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Graph

Graph was a short-lived electronic post-punk music group from Sheffield, Britain, that initially included Ian Elliott, Martin Rootes, Ian Burden and Nik Allday. The music group produced its debut on the Fast label’s 1st Earcom compilation, alongside the Empty College students, the Prats as well as the Plants. Allday remaining …

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