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Wild Cherry

One-hit wonders Crazy Cherry was led by Rob Parissi (singer, guitarist, songwriter), who originally shaped the group in 1970. Inspired by famous brands the Yardbirds and Sly & the Family members Stone (and called after a taste of coughing drops), the group performed around their hometown of Pittsburgh, PA, and …

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Rockpile

Through the late ’70s, Rockpile was the touring group for both Dave Edmunds and Nick Lowe. Like Edmunds, the music group was interested in traditional rock and roll & move. Like Lowe, the music group used a reckless, trashy reject. Driven with the effective rhythm portion of drummer Terry Williams …

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Magazine

After departing the Buzzcocks in 1977, vocalist Howard Devoto formed Mag with guitarist John McGeoch, bassist Barry Adamson, keyboardist Bob Dickinson, and drummer Martin Jackson. Among the initial post-punk bands, Mag held the edgy, anxious energy of punk and added components of artwork rock, particularly making use of their theatrical …

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Hugo Friedhofer

Even though he found prominence within the heyday of Hollywood’s great film scores, Hugo Friedhofer never achieved the recognition liked by his contemporaries Miklos Rozsa, Alfred Newman, Bernard Herrmann, and Franz Waxman. This might have been due to the actual fact that he tended to rating films that were even …

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MFSB

Most widely known for saving the strike theme to Spirit Teach, MFSB were the pre-eminent instrumental clothing of Philadelphia spirit, backing many Kenny Gamble/Leon Huff productions even though saving regularly independently through the entire ’70s. The group’s name stood for Mom Father Sister Sibling, and ahead of their formation in …

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David Oliver

Special singing David Oliver, the kid of Jamaican parents, was raised in Florida. He have scored on Mercury Information with “MS,” which became a staple on calm storm r / c, but never have scored another significant strike. Oliver started acquiring singing significantly when he was a higher school pupil …

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Virgin Steele

Even though they’re an American band, Virgin Steele gradually became a Western metallic phenomenon. The group — led by vocalist/keyboardist David DeFeis since its inception in nov 1981 — skillfully assimilates traditional affects into its passionate, symphonic-based sound. Virgin Steele started humbly with two self-released albums that, after becoming found …

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U-Men

Along with rings like Limp Richerds and Mr. Epp as well as the Computations, the U-Men had been among the initial rings to inspire and become what would become Seattle’s grunge picture. Within their seven-year profession, the U-Men toured several regions of america, experienced a succession of four bass players, …

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Tuck & Patti

More than a career of jazz, R&B, and crossover recordings, husband-and-wife duo Tuck & Patti have produced an extraordinary quantity of music, specifically due to the fact they depend on the textures of only electric guitar and voice. Tuck Andress was created in Oklahoma and examined classical electric guitar at …

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Victor Assis Brasil

Victor Assis Brasil was the very best Brazilian jazzman of his era, having getting praised by international critics. Brasil demonstrated early proof skill for music, excelling in the harmonica as well as the drums. At age group 12 he offered his first concert in the harmonica. In 1961, at age …

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