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The Cheathams

Pianist/vocalist Jeannie Cheatham and bass trombonist Jimmy Cheatham have already been married because the past due ’50s, and also have worked jointly in a multitude of circumstances (furthermore to both getting educators). However, it had been with the forming of their Special Baby Blues Music group (also called the Cheathams) …

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Great Unwashed

In the wake from the 1982 breakup from the legendary Clean, brothers David and Hamish Kilgour continued writing songs jointly; implementing the tongue-in-cheek name Great Unwashed, they released the 1983 LP REMOVE of Our Thoughts, a assortment of primitive house recordings using a somewhat experimental bent. The record was well …

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Adrenalin

Adrenalin was a seven-piece market rock and roll group assembled in 1984 by vocalist Marc Gilbert, guitarists Adobe flash and Michael Romeo, saxophonist Jimmy Romeo, key pad participant Marc Pastoria, bassist Bruce Schafer, and drummer Brian Pastoria that made two albums for MCA in 1985 and 1986. In 1987, Gilbert …

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One to One

Ottawa, Canada’s Someone to One prefer to transformation their name — and audio — whenever which change in popular music designs. They’re industrial chameleons endeavoring to capitalize on every brand-new trend. In the mid-’70s to the first ’80s, Louise Reny (vocals) and Leslie Howe (electric guitar, bass, keyboards) had been …

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Jon B. Higgins

Putting Carnatic vocalists in alphabetical purchase leads to a quirk of fate. Jon Higgins (1939-1984) was a unique character. Unlike many Westerners who dabble in the music of additional ethnicities, he immersed himself in Carnatic music towards the level that he could win a popularity being a Carnatic vocalist. His …

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Kenneth Roane

Kenneth Roane hardly ever became well-known but he was a secured asset on many sessions over time. An early on multi-instrumentalist who also performed clarinet, saxophone and oboe, Roane was raised in Springfield, MA and transferred to NY in 1923. He mainly freelanced, using a multitude of best performers including …

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Autumn

Peter “Ense” Bonne and Geert “Sen” Coppens was raised as close years as a child friends. Ense performed your guitar and drums, while Sen showcased his abilities using the keyboards and electric guitar. By enough time they were hardly in their teenagers, they were developing rings of their very own …

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The Tenants

Songwriters Andy McLean and Gary Dark brown formed the Tenants with key pad participant Fraser MacDougall, drummer Derek Gassyt and bassist Lewis Mele. The group agreed upon with CBS and released a self-titled record in 1983; they split up a year afterwards.

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Little Heroes

Hailing from Melbourne, Australia, Little Heroes was created from your remnants of pub rockers the trick Law enforcement in 1980 and continued to earn the national Fight of the Noises competition that same 12 months. The band’s debut solitary, “She Says”/”Arriving Home,” adopted in November 1980. Bruce Pumpa was changed …

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Difford & Tilbrook

At that time between your breakup of British pop-wave strap, Press in late-1982 and its own reformation in 1985, the group’s founding songwriters, guitarists and vocalists Glenn Tilbrook and Chris Difford continuing to interact. Furthermore to writing tunes for Helen Shapiro, Paul Small, Billy Bremner and Jools Holland, and planning …

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