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Khenany

A sextet from Sonora, Mexico, Khenany includes Alberto Luna, David Espinoza, Antonio Hernandez, Hector Ramirez, Hermilo Batista and Conchita Garcia. The group released a self-titled debut recording on Celestial Harmonies Information.

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Myles Hunter

Vocalist, songwriter, and guitarist Myles Hunter began his music profession in the mid-’70s in Ottawa, Canada, dealing with the music group Avalon. He continued to execute and record single, and with several other groupings, including Refugee, Michael Fury, and Hunter-Greer. Myles Hunter was raised in an exceedingly religious house, and, …

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Rhythm Pigs

Rising from the dust particles of El Paso, TX, in 1983, the Rhythm Pigs surface through a complete crop of displays over the U.S. and European countries in the middle-’80s, which helped build on the local notoriety that that they had obtained for being among the just hardcore rings from …

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Eusebe

Called after their family name, Eusebe includes the brother-sister-cousin trio of Steve (Saybe), Sharon (Fatcat) and Alison (Noddy). Combining rock and roll, jazz and funk grooves having a playful love of life, the north London group obtained a agreement with EMI after two 1993 singles; Stories from Mama’s Backyard appeared …

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Jarret Decatur

Jarret Decatur may be the alias utilized by Kraig Johnson (Work Westy Work, Jayhawks) in the all-star root base collective Golden Smog. Due to contractual obligations using their “time careers” as associates of groups such as for example Wilco, the Jayhawks, Soul Asylum, Operate Westy Run, as well as the …

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Deadbeat Society

The Michigan-based Deadbeat Society mixes contemporary bluegrass with components of jazz, golf swing, blues and rock. The music group includes Colby Maddox (mandolin, fiddle), Roy Elder (bass), David Mosher (electric guitar) and Tim Farnham (banjo). The debut, Before We Arrive, made an appearance on Schoolkids’ Information.

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Iqbal Jogi Ensemble

This band of folk musicians in the Sind region of Pakistan recorded an album for Olympic in the 1950s (later issued on Tradition) that, although it was advertised as “snake charming” music, was actually an excellent record of Sufi trance music that was among the sooner recordings of its type. …

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Autumnfair

Among the many offshoots of Savage Republic, Autumnfair based their audio in the early-’80s post-punk result from the Manufacturer and 4AD brands. Savage Republic bassist/guitarist/vocalist Thom Fuhrmann began the music group in 1986 with Val Haller, a bassist/vocalist who got previously used Jayne State, the Traveling Lizards, and Lords of …

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John Eaton

Professionals in the progression of band brands may decide whether this John Eaton — never to end up being confused with others like the mixture jazz pianist and microtonal composer — benefited from the next changeover: a Uk music group known quite lamely seeing that John L. Watson & the …

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Lord of Putrefaction

By most any accepted way of measuring achievement, Dorset, England’s Lord of Putrefaction accomplished precious small during their short existence; yet their name lives on because of an ultimate change, a couple of years down the road, into leading U.K. doom clothing Electric powered Wizard. It sure as hell didn’t …

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