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Hondonero

Spanish rock foursome Hondonero got involved with Málaga’s scene in 1987, playing beneath the name of Hondonero Blues. Produced by brothers José and Juan Mateo and afterwards joined up with by drummer Jaime Cableón, the music group made its initial demo, made by Tony Carmona, offering “Quiero El Trago,” “Una …

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H Septet

The Belgian jazz group H Septet performs classy, upbeat originals compiled by pianist/composer Pirly Zurstrassen, who formed the music group in 1987. The additional six people are clarinetist Antoine Prawerman, saxophonists Pierre Vaiana and Daniel Stokart, trombonist Jean-Paul Danhier, bassist Piet Verbist, and drummer Jan De Haas. The music artists …

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T.S. Ranganathan

The prestigious Wesleyan University of Middletown, CT, is among many attributes known because of its superior international music study program. College students can depend on an international personnel of trainers among whom are practically constantly at least several top-ranking virtuosos through the field of Indian traditional music. This clay drummer …

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Coisas Nossas

The Coisas Nossas group, formed in the mid-’70s by among the better Carioca musicians from the choro genre, performs songs from your ’20s and ’30s interspersed with comic sketches, and originals, and continues to be dealing with João de Barro, Marlene, Miúcha, Eduardo Dusek, as well as others, with excellent …

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Graforréia Xilarmônica

Shaped by former Cascavelettes’s Frank Jorge and former Prisão de Ventre members, the Graforréia Xilarmônica became known if they released a demo tape in 1988, Com Muito Amor E Carinho, using the strikes “Amigo Punk,” “Empregada,” and “Buda Baby.” Their 1st CD premiered in 1995, Coisa de Louco II, with …

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Los 33

Latin rock-band from Panama los 33 produced its debut in 1988 using the release of the EP called Llévate Lo Que Quieras, issuing Malas Compañias, the band’s initial record, in 1990, obtaining its melody “Tengo Miedo” climbing in local pop/rock and roll charts. After launching a self-titled record in 1993, …

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Oklahoma Scramble

Olympia, WA-based like rock and roll duo Oklahoma Scramble shaped in 1986, teaming singer/business lead guitarist Jenny Seymore — a distinctive performer whose vocal lines corresponded precisely with her acoustic guitar prospects — and tempo guitarist Argon Metal. After completing a small number of songs, Okay Scram approved an present …

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Clifford Vaughan

When listeners think about the music for such different films as The Bride-to-be of Frankenstein or Old Yeller, they most likely don’t recognize the normal web page link between them: Clifford Vaughan. Vaughan was a significant composer who worked well in Hollywood as an arranger and composer through the 1930s …

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Cacaso

Cacaso was perhaps one of the most important poets from the ’70s, having written lyrics for 200 music with illustrious companions want Edu Lobo, Egberto Gismonti, Miúcha, Eduardo Gudin, João Donato, Filó Machado, Jards Macalé, Sivuca, Maurício Maestro, Cláudio Nucci, Carlinhos Vergueiro, Novelli, and João Bosco. He previously his music …

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The Chemistry Experiment

Senior high school friends Archie Girlschool and Carlton Wokesley founded the Chemistry Experiment in St. Ives, in 1987, by using a four-track, a damaged Casio key pad, and a Spanish electric guitar. After recruiting flutist Calvin Pzchortsy, drummer Mathew Collins, and bassist Wilma Keep, the music group became public by …

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