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Walter Gross

Credited as documenting engineer with an album of Peruvian folk music called following the earth mother of Andean folklore, Pacha Mama, Walter Gross shouldn’t be baffled with the sooner performer from the same name who had written the typical “Tenderly.”

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Cheer

Vocalist and drummer Chris Maxfield and vocalist and multi-instrumentalist Lloyd Peterson brought their skills together professionally about 1980. The Canadian duo quickly added two additional gifted artists with their lineup: guitarist Stan Lee Sandblaste and bassist Randy Hadubiak. Collectively, the foursome became referred to as the Cheer. The rock-band played …

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James Reynolds

The discography from the Adam Reynolds who performed and recorded using the Electric powered Bonsai Band could possibly be compared, speaking with regards to the percussion instrument family, using a cowbell rather than timpani — rather than the giant cowbell drummer Tony Oxley uses to attempt to drown out Cecil …

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Jim Jones

“What’s the offer?” a discographer might shout in anger in the sheer quantity of different rock and roll musicians called Jim Jones, of which stage the rock and roll trivia guru includes a prepared answer: the offer was a music group from Charlottesville, VA, which in the first ’80s were …

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Phantom Lord

Not to end up being confused using the Greek power metallic heroes who arrived 2 decades later, the initial Phantom Lord were just a little publicized part task of Virgin Steele guitarist Jack port Starr, with vocalist John Leone (of NJ thrashers Attacker), tempo guitarist Steve Cost, bassist Ned Meloni, …

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Ruffin & Kendricks

Past Temptations David Ruffin and Eddie Kendricks reunited while the duo Ruffin & Kendricks in the mid-’80s, rating a high 20 R&B strike with “We Couldn’t Believe It all.” Through the springtime of 1985, Kendricks received a telephone call from Darryl Hall & John Oates requesting if he and Ruffin …

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David Martin

This trumpeter connected with reggae and progressive jazz shouldn’t be confused with a bunch of other noted people named David Martin. That list would are the scholar whose niche may be the Anglo-Boer Battle, a conflict where the Abyssinian people experienced large casualties. The globe being a little place, the …

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Brotherhood

Before he became a luminary in the doom/drone world, Greg Anderson was area of the short-lived hardcore band Brotherhood. Created in 1987 by Anderson along with vocalist John White colored, bassist Ken Hagel, and drummer Victor Hart, Brotherhood crafted a straight-edge hardcore audio in the mildew of rings like Small …

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The Pukka Orchestra

Pukka Orchestra formed in 1979 within Toronto’s burgeoning Queen Western new wave picture and centered around business lead singer Graeme Williamson and guitarists Neil Chapman and Tony Duggan-Smith. Auxiliary players mixed from gig to gig and had been drafted with an as-needed basis from various other Queen Western world rings. …

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The Del-Byzanteens

A FRESH York-based post-punk music group, the Del-Byzanteens comprised Don Braun (percussion), Josh Braun (percussion aswell), Philippe Hagen (bass), Phil Kline (acoustic guitar and vocals), and a budding movie director from the name of Jim Jarmusch (vocals and keyboards). Writer Luc Sante had written a number of the band’s lyrics, …

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