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Tag Archives: 1980s – 2000s

Lloyd Phillips

Mixing up engineer Lloyd Phillips done several albums from the controversial Sinead O’Connor; he shouldn’t be confused using the classic jazz pianist from the same name.

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Nancy Argenta

Nancy Maureen Herbison Argenta is among Canada’s most well-known and important performers. She has earned worldwide acclaim, and is known as by many as the best Handel soprano of her period. She was created in Nelson, a little town in eastern English Columbia, in the scenic Kootenay Hill area. The …

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Jorge Bergia

Spanish singer/songwriter Jorge Bergia was created in the bosom of the motivating family, being influenced with a well-known tenor, his grandfather José García Romero, and a singer/actress, his mom Amelia Garlez. In 1980, the designer joined a music group known as Atrium Musicae, operating along with Finis Africae in 1984. …

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Larry Thurston

Vocalist Larry Thurston’s booming tone of voice is a recognizable component of spirit and R&B because the 80’s, when he became the business lead vocalist for Matt “Electric guitar” Murphy’s music group. It had been with Murphy that he became a fiery live performer, suit to sing the criteria and …

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Johnny Dollar

Johnny Money teamed with co-producer Cameron McVey to mastermind Massive Attack’s seminal 1991 debut Blue Lines, in place midwifing the cinematic, thick fusion of is better than, samples, and strings retroactively dubbed “trip-hop.” Blessed Jonathan Clear in Cornwall, Britain on Feb 20, 1964, he was the kid of cult filmmaker …

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Amsterdam Loeki Stardust Quartet

This remarkable recorder quartet was internationally noted because of its ensemble’s unsurpassed beauty of timbre, balance, precision, and agility, aswell for its adventuresome programming. The initial group members had been Daniel Brüggen, Bertho Driever, Paul Leenhouts, and Karel truck Steenhoven, who shaped the group while learners on the Sweelinck Conservatory …

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Ichiro Seki

Blessed in Tokyo in 1949, Ichiro Seki graduated from your NHK Japan Traditional Music College in 1973. He privately analyzed Traditional western compositions, his curiosity being in getting traditional Japanese devices together with Traditional western instruments. He published, among other items, a bit for shakuhachi and harpsichord (entirely on his …

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Les Poules

Les Poules began being a part task for Joane Hétu (vocals, sax), Diane Labrosse (keyboards), and Danielle Palardy Roger (drums), 3 people from the feminist collective Wondeur Brass. The discharge of their 1st LP in 1986 cemented the human relationships as well as the musical strategy of the trio: a …

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Wejah

Everything started in a gathering in 1982 whenever a music group called Bandeira Rasgada arrived. Eduardo Miranda (electric guitar), Nelson Sanchez (tone of voice), Jorge Sanchez (bass), and Vladimir Augusto (drums) began playing hard rock and roll music. Afterwards, with keyboards, Nelson Sanchez and Henrique Valsésia (tone of voice and …

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Jean LeClerc

Québécois rock and roll provocateur Jean Leclerc was the leading exponent from the Francophone pop renaissance from the 1990s. Frequently in comparison to Lou Reed for his seedy imagery and enigmatic vocals, he liked his greatest industrial achievement as Jean Leloup, an alias he finally retired nearly a quarter hundred …

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