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La Pestilencia

Colombian rock foursome la Pestilencia was shaped by singer Dilson Díaz, guitarist Francisco Nieto, bassist Héctor Buitrago, and drummer Jorge León. The group produced their debut in 1988 using the launch of La Muerte El Compromiso De Todos. After drummer Germán Duran changed Jorge León and bassist Juan Gómez required …

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Martin Ricca

Argentine pop singer Martín Ricca (given birth to Martín Alejandro Ricca Peirone) started his single career using the release of Corazones Rotos and Besos, furthermore to taking part in roles in soap operas such as for example Amigos por Siempre and El Diario de Daniela. After teaming up with maker …

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The Girls

Constructed by Prince connect André Cymone in Minneapolis in 1983, girls had been an obscure, little known female trio such as Vanity 6 and Apollonia 6. Vanity 6 got completed well for Prince in 1982, and Cymone was wishing to direct popular female band of his personal when, in 1983, …

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Mexicanto

Well-known Mexican vocal/acoustic duet Mexicanto was shaped in Dec of 1985 in Culiacán by Sergio Félix and David Filio. Influenced with a music design which includes been internationalized by performers such as for example Silvio Rodríguez and Pablo Milanes, Mexicanto documented and released their initial record in 1987. It had …

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Dean’s December

Dean’s December just recorded one record, but their significance to Filipino rock and roll & move music transcends the number of their work. Produced in Manila, Philippines, on Nov. 5, 1985, Dean’s Dec quickly set up themselves within Manila’s burgeoning underground music picture. Head Binky Lampano (vocals) was a DJ …

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The New Bull Moose Party Band

Shaped in Jan. 1979, the brand new Bull Moose Party Music group was led by trumpeter George Marois, the spouse of vocalist Fran Assunto Marois who was simply the sister from the Dukes of Dixieland’s Frank and Fred Assunto. Also in the “family members” may be the good tuba participant …

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Mario Petri

Large bass Mario Petri enjoyed substantial success in his indigenous Italy through the 1950s and 1960s, essaying a number of bass roles which range from those of bel canto composers to early and mid-period works of Verdi. His not really unattractive timbre was relatively wooly in consistency and he lacked …

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I Compani

The Dutch jazz outfit I Compani — whose early lineup included bandleader Bo van de Graaf (soprano and tenor saxophone), Frank Nielander (alto sax), Wouter van Bemmel (trumpet, tuba), Jeroen Doomernik (trumpet), Jeroen Goldsteen (piano), Carel van Rijn (bass), and Fred van Duynhoven (drums) — received initial recognition in 1985, …

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Clive Gregson & Christine Collister

Clive Gregson & Christine Collister were probably the most moving and memorable U.K. folk-rock duo to emerge since Richard & Linda Thompson. Gregson’s wry stories of the intricacies of like, sung in Collister’s heartbreaking tone of voice, gained the duo (and following solo function) respect and a dedicated following, though …

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Jimmy Gateley

b. Adam David Gateley, 1 Might 1931, Springfield, Missouri, USA, d. 17 March 1985. Gateley discovered to try out fiddle and first made an appearance with an area music group on KGBX Springfield in 1951. After a spell using the Crimson River Rustlers in Jamestown, North Dakota, he joined up …

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