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Amon Düül

Amon Düül desired the commune lifestyle towards the hurly-burly from the music business, launching many albums edited from recordings of an individual extended jam program conducted in 1968. Many commune people with better musical ambitions shaped Amon Düül II — they noticed no cause to struggle for a fresh name, …

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Vesala

Vesala is a Finnish vocalist/songwriter most widely known as an associate of pop/rock and roll band PMMP, so that as a single musician. Paula Julia Vesala was created in Kärsämäki, Finland, and continued to review music education and traditional singing on the Sibelius Academy in Helsinki. Pursuing her research, she …

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Dirti Diana

Mixing Southern and East Coast designs, hardcore rapper Dirti Diana was created and elevated in the Bronx but released her career away of Atlanta. Elevated on both smooth noises of Lauryn Hill as well as the hardcore tracks of Onyx, Diana lower demos around NY and authorized with MBK Administration. …

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Smokey

The ’70s glam rock scene brought sexual ambiguity towards the forefront in pop music, and artists through the era such as for example David Bowie and Lou Reed flirted with bisexuality within their lyrical themes, but Smokey were a band that had no use to be coy. From 1973 to …

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Billy Thermal

Billy Thermal were a fresh influx power pop band who had a short fling with success in the first ’80s, though destiny had larger things waiting for you for many members of the group once they split up. The Billy Thermal tale started in 1978, when songwriter and musician Billy …

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New World Generation

New World Era were a cult New Britain ensemble led by composer, arranger, and multi-instrumentalist Lekan Parsons. Their only launch was a 1982 privately pressed, self-titled, five-song EP that hearkened back again to the noises of a youthful R&B period. Comparison’s towards the Roy Ayers-produced RAMP recording, Come Into Understanding, …

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Protoje

A reggae revivalist with an increase of of a origins impact than most, Jamaican singer Protoje released a reliable blast of singles prior to making his album debut this year 2010 using the Seven 12 months Itch. The mixtape THAT IS Protoje adopted in 2012, then your recording The 8 …

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Dirty Looks

Dirty Looks (never to be baffled with the later-’80s metal music group from the same name) were formed in the later ’70s in Staten Isle, NY. Made up of Patrick Barnes (electric guitar/vocals), Peter Parker (drums/vocals), and Marco Sin (bass/vocals), the trio started playing their hard-rocking power pop at Max’s …

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Ndugu & the Chocolate Jam Co.

Whether he was using jazz or R&B, drummer Leon “Ndugu” Chancler spent a lot of his profession within a sideman function. But the LA resident is at the driver’s chair in 1979 and 1980, when he led an obscure, short-lived spirit/funk clothing he known as the Delicious chocolate Jam Co. …

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