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Wally Ngonda

Previously the guitarist (and latter-day leader) of Zairean rumba group Anti-Choc, Wally Ngonda released his first solo album in 1995. This came back to the origins of African rumba, though its contemporary recording and demonstration gave the tracks a far more reflective atmosphere. Featuring additional acoustic guitar playing from Azulino …

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Witness

This Wigan, Greater Manchester, England-based band was formed by very long time friends Gerard Starkie (vocals) and Ray Chan (guitar). Both men attended artwork college using the Verve’s upcoming guitarist Nick McCabe, and battled around the neighborhood music scene in a variety of rings, including Siren and Great Mountain Jag. …

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Julian Siegel

b. 1966, Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, Britain. A gifted tenor saxophonist, being a youngsters Siegel studied traditional saxophone and performing at the College or university of East Anglia, Norwich. Through his dad’s assortment of jazz information, he developed a pastime in the proper execution. Citizen in London since 1991, he provides produced …

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Red Jasper

This Bradenstoke, Wiltshire-based band mix folkist sentiments devoid of and out rock. Some sort of Anthrax -go-rustic, these are restricted, however when ‘live’, the prevents are taken out which is all guitars, natural leather and thunder. Shaped in the 80s by primary songwriters Davey Dodds (vocals, mandolin, tin whistle) and …

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Kaira Ben

This group was specially formed to record Singa, the international debut of Idrissa Magassa (b. 15 August 1952, Kougel, Senegal; vocals, ex-Super Djata Music group). The documenting periods for the record occurred in Senegal, UK, France and Netherlands. The music artists included included Zoumana Diarra (b. 1960, Tominian, Mali; electric …

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Joe Popp

A trio formed in Tampa Bay, Florida, USA, in March 1995, Joe Popp comprise ex-Smash Mouth area members Martin Grain (vocals, bass) and Jeff Timber (drums), as well as Joe Popp himself (electric guitar, vocals), formerly the first choice of Canines On Ice. Using their root base in the Tampa …

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Maniacs vs. Sharkiat

A task that defies easy categorization, Maniacs vs. Sharkiat is usually a collaboration between your Geneva-based Maniacs as well as the Egyptian group Sharkiat. Their Don’t Climb the Pyramids recording premiered in Switzerland via Baraka Un Farnatshi, a business mentioned for cross-cultural collisions of digital Traditional western pop and traditional …

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Maranatha Music

Maranatha Music is a Christian music label that emerged within the ministry of Chuck Smith’s Calvary Chapel in Costa Mesa, California. It produces Christian-themed music which range from rock and roll and nation to traditional hymns. Chuck Smith founded Maranatha Music in 1971 as on wall plug for the music …

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Shena

Her name may possibly not be instantly recognizable, but nu-disco diva Shena has provided the vocals to get more U.K. dance strikes than every other artist within the last 15 years. Blessed Tracey Elizabeth McSween in Reading, Berkshire in 1971, Shena started singing young, executing solos in her gospel choir …

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The Royal We

The Scottish indie pop group The Royal We started when singer Jihae Simmons and lead guitarist Roxanne Clifford first considered the band name and made a decision to form an organization around it in 2005. Adding second guitarist Patrick Doyle, violinist Joan Sweeney, multi-instrumentalist Graeme Ronald (who’s also a part-time …

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