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Tag Archives: 1980s – 2000s

George Hall

George Hall applications, edits, makes, writes liner records, and in any other case prepares numerous reissues of vintage jazz materials by bandleaders such as for example Artie Shaw and Woody Herman. He shouldn’t be puzzled with a genuine big-band leader called George Hall from your same period or the prolific …

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José Manuel Soto

Given birth to in 1961 to a well-known Seville family members, by his early twenties José Manuel Soto was composing items for traditional choirs and carrying out in rings with close friends. By 1983 he previously decided to turn into a vocalist/songwriter, and 3 years afterwards he were able to …

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Raw Deal

Organic Deal’s only recorded result was 1981’s Neat Records-released one “Lone Wolf” (b/w “Take the Sky”). Motivated by famous brands Free, Bad Business, and the Encounters, the British blues-rock music group was focused around guitarist Regan Cairns — once a protégé of Alexis Korner — and its own other members …

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Brocas Helm

Despite the fact that they had become at around once and place (1982, the Bay Area) mainly because the speed steel movement, SAN FRANCISCO BAY AREA originals Brocas Helm shared just a few thrash-like tendencies with neighbors Exodus, Metallica, et al. Rather, like likewise overlooked contemporaries such as for example …

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Fernando Cellicion

When he was asked mainly because students at Zuni Elementary School in the past due ’60s to create an essay in what he wished to be when he was raised, Fernando Cellicion didn’t need to think about them too much time. He always wished to be a popular musician, known …

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Morphogenesis

Morphogenesis is among the couple of improvisational groups even now active who also traces their lineage never to jazz improvisation, but towards the live electronic music of John Cage, Karlheinz Stockhausen, AMM, and Musica Electronica Viva (M.E.V.). They eschew virtuosic shows of instrumental prowess, preferring a collective consistency and group …

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Miho Nakayama

A former teenager idol, Miho Nakayama has continued to find achievement as a grown-up actress and pop singer. Her many television appearances consist of dramatic jobs in Maido Osagawaseshimasu, Mama Wa Idol, and Oishii Kankei, while her many Japanese pop singles consist of “C,” “Kitto,” “Hero,” and “Sekai Ju No …

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Loukassa Ya Mbongo

The longtime rhythm guitarist for Kanda Bongo Guy, Lokassa Ya Mbongo helped to transform the Soukous, a fast-paced fusion of traditional Congoese melodies and Afro-Cuban rhythms, into a global dance craze. Mbongo showcased his dynamic playing on songs included on such multi-artist anthologies as Megamix, Vol. 1, and Soukous Celebrities …

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Liz Barnez

This singer/songwriter was heavily influenced through the distinct sounds of New Orleans. Developing up in the France Quarter, Barnez blended funk with gospel, spirit and Dixieland music to generate “acoustic swamp-rock”. While participating in the College or university of New Orleans, Barnez fulfilled drummer Steve Amedee. Amedee was an associate …

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Patrizia Ciofi

Patrizia Ciofi has turned into a leading soprano exponent from the main operas of Bellini, Rossini, Donizetti, Verdi, Puccini, as well as the Italian operas of Mozart. Not really that her selection of repertory is bound compared to that clutch of composers: she’s sung a huge array of functions in …

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