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Active Ingredient

In the later 1980s and early 1990s, it appeared as though ACTIVE COMPONENT had the to be the Jazz Messengers of fusion. Actually, the band’s idea was much like that of drummer Artwork Blakey’s Jazz Messengers — lineups would transformation, and the theory was to feature youthful, undiscovered talent instead …

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Molly O’Day

A pioneering vocalist whose soulful, gut-wrenching shows helped redefine the function of the feminine country solo musician, Molly O’Day’s profession was relatively short, but her long lasting impact has proven massive. Delivered Lois LaVerne Williamson on July 9, 1923, to some coal mining family members surviving in a remote control …

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A Cor Do Som

In the first ’70s, a Cor do Som was responsible, in great extent, for the revival from the choro idiom, influencing many music artists who have been young at that time and who afterwards develop noted careers within this style, just like the brothers Henrique Cazes, Beto Cazes, and many …

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Models

Models were among the pioneers of post-punk and new influx in Australia. Even though band never attained the international identification of compatriots such as for example INXS and Midnight Essential oil, they reaped many chart hits within their indigenous land. Models produced in Melbourne, Australia, in 1978. The initial lineup …

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The Busters

Wiesloch, Germany-based ska revival combo the Busters was shaped in the springtime of 1987 by vocalists Klaus Huber and Markus Sprengler, guitarist Jochen Seiterle, bassist Utmost Grittner, keyboardist Markus Schramhauser, pianist Stephan Keller, trumpeter Hardy Appich, saxophonists Hans-Jorg Fischer and Peter Quintern, trombonist Robs Gohring, drummer Stefan Breuer and percussionist …

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David + David

Although they only recorded one album, the California duo of David Baerwald and David Ricketts made a number of the finest mainstream pop from the ’80s. Using its slick areas and unforgettable melodies, 1986’s Boomtown was deceptively clean; beneath the creation, the songs had been stories of despair and damaged …

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Timex Social Club

The forerunner to Golf club Nouveau, the Timex Sociable Golf club were formed in 1982 in Berkeley, CA by Marcus Thompson, Gregory “Greg B” Thomas, Michael Marshall, Craig Samuel, and Darrien Cleage. After heading from the name the Timex Team, they switched titles when Thomas, Samuel, and Cleage decreased out …

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Oxbow

The provocative San Francisco-based quartet Oxbow formed in the past due ’80s around vocalist Eugene Robinson, guitarist Niko Wenner, bassist Dan Adams, and drummer Greg Davis. Merging the squall of rings like the PARTY with components of free of charge jazz and musique concrète, the group debuted in 1990 with …

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NOW Orchestra

The NOW Orchestra was founded in 1987 by saxophonist and co-director Layer Cooke. The fifteen piece improvising ensemble is situated from the Western world Coast of THE UNITED STATES, with associates hailing from Washington and Vancouver. By the past due ’90s, the line-up included co-director and guitarist Ron Samworth, cellist …

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The Motels

Led with the charismatic Martha Davis, the Motels had been perhaps one of the most successful and acclaimed rings to emerge from the fertile LA new wave scene, achieving the TOP in 1982 making use of their biggest strike, “Only the Lonely.” Davis shaped the group in 1972 while surviving …

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