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Tag Archives: 1980s – 1990s

MC 900 Ft. Jesus

Acquiring the name MC 900 Ft. Jesus from an Mouth Roberts’ sermon, the Dallas indigenous Mark Griffin started documenting in the past due ’80s. MC 900 Foot. Jesus’ first information had been bracing fusions of hip-hop, commercial, and spoken phrase, with tips of jazz. He became a popular on university …

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Uncle Tupelo

With the discharge of the 1990 debut LP, No Depression, the Belleville, IL, trio Uncle Tupelo released more than merely their very own career — by fusing the simplicity and honesty of country music using the bracing fury of punk, they kick-started a trend which reverberated through the entire American …

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MU330

Named following the section amount of the senior high school jazz course where lots of the group’s members first fulfilled, the self-described “psycho-ska” strap MU330 was created in St. Louis, MO, in 1988. Originally composed of vocalist/guitarist Dan Potthast, vocalist/trumpeter John Skavanaugh, bassist Chris Diebold, saxophonist Matt Knobbe, keyboardist Matt …

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Living in a Box

The Uk pop-funk group Surviving in a Container boomed onto MTV in 1987 using a song named after themselves. Featuring Richard Darbyshire (vocals/electric guitar), Marcus Vere (synthesizers), and Anthony Critchlow (drums), the music group had only 1 Top 40 one within the U.S., “Surviving in a Container”; within the U.K., …

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Rusty Crutcher

A former LA saxophone studio room musician, Crutcher performed with pop stars like Lionel Richie as well as the Commodores before moving to Santa Fe, NM, and developing his have introspective design of music. Crutcher’s primary body of function falls under his Sacred Sites series, a couple of idea albums …

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Unlimited Touch

Unlimited Contact was an R&B group with club leanings from Brooklyn. They weren’t disco, plus they weren’t precisely straight-up R&B; like their Prelude labelmates D Teach, Unlimited Touch mixed both forms into what’s also known as post-disco. They loved minor success around the R&B graphs, but they had been embraced …

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John McGlinn

Conductor John Alexander McGlinn III was created in Bryn Mawr, PA, on Sept 18, 1953, and was raised in nearby Gladwyn, PA. He trained himself to try out piano and analyzed music theory and structure at Northwestern University or college, that he graduated in 1976. He relocated to NEW YORK …

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RinneRadio

A Finnish techno act which received their nation’s exact carbon copy of a Grammy for Jazz Band of the entire year, RinneRadio incorporate the improvisation and intelligence of jazz while maintaining the power and futuristic eyesight of digital music. Shaped by saxophone participant Tapani Rinne, developers Kajasto and Jari Kokkonen, …

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John Campbell

Guitarist, vocalist, and songwriter John Campbell had the potential of turning a complete new generation of individuals onto the blues within the 1990s, quite similar method Stevie Ray Vaughan did within the ’80s. His vocals had been so effective and his electric guitar playing therefore fiery, you couldn’t help but …

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John Delafose

John Delafose and his music group the Eunice Playboys bridged the distance between zydeco’s origins and its modern sound having a mastery matched by handful of their peers; despite an affinity for early Creole designs, French lyrics and two-step waltz rhythms, they used all the fiery strength demanded by modern-day …

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