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The Servants

The cruel irony from the Servants’ short career is that a lot of members from the music group enjoyed some degree of Brit-pop success, apart from singer/songwriter David Westlake. Mostly of the bands retroactively linked with the so-called C-86 wing of guitar-based English indie rings who actually made an appearance …

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Ronnie Ross

b. Albert Ronald Ross, 2 Oct 1933, Calcutta, India, d. 12 Dec 1991, London, Britain. Ross found Britain in his early teenagers where he 1st used the tenor saxophone. Within the middle-50s he became a member of Don Rendell who persuaded him to improve to baritone. Thereafter, Ross constructed a …

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Salt Tank

Salt Container possesses an instinct for beautiful techno and trance comparable to Orbital though their concentrate on hard-hitting techno and live-show efficiency (with guitars and drum products in addition to synthesizer banking institutions) sets them more consistent with Underworld. Shaped by Malcolm Stanners and David Gates with Andrew Rose added …

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Fun^Da^Mental

In 1991, Aki Qureshi (“Propa-Gandhi”) saw a need to have in his homeland of THE UK for a group specialized in publicizing the sociable injustice fond of people of its Asian and Afro-Caribbean communities, as well as the collective Fun-Da-Mental was created. Qureshi constructed a pursuing by liberating singles by …

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Us3

The jazz/hip-hop fusion collective Us3 scored a significant hit in 1994 with “Cantaloop (Flip Fantasia),” a song that shown the group’s fondness for sampling classic recordings around the Blue Note label (in cases like this, Herbie Hancock’s “Cantaloupe Island”). The group was founded in London in 1991 when concert promoter …

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Geoff Love

b. 4 Sept 1917, Todmorden, Yorkshire, Britain, d. 8 July 1991, London, Britain. Like was a musical movie director, arranger, composer and something from the UK’s most widely used easy-listening music personalities. His dad, Kid Like, was World Champ fine sand dancer, and found the united kingdom from the united …

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Curve

Taking into consideration Curve’s towering monolith of guitar sound, dance monitors, dark goth, and airy melodies, it’s strange that their two key associates — guitarist Dean Garcia and vocalist Toni Halliday — fulfilled through David Stewart of Eurythmics. Halliday fulfilled Stewart while she was an adolescent and they continued to …

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The Drum Club

Disenfranchised and discouraged with Britain’s early-’90s rave scene, previous club promoters and DJs Charlie Hall and Lol Hammond shaped the Drum Golf club like a combination production/remix act. Influenced by organizations like Spiral Tribe, DiY and Tonka within the growing free-festival circuit, the duo toured with Orbital within the MIDI …

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Freddie Mercury

Merging theatrics and an outrageously flamboyant stage persona along with his okay natural-born talent (he possessed one of the biggest voices in every of music and penned a few of pop’s most long lasting and instantly recognizable compositions), among rock’s most significant all-time entertainers/showmen was unquestionably Queen vocalist Freddie Mercury. …

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Max Jaffa

b. 28 Dec 1911, London, Britain, d. 30 July 1991, London, Britain. A classically educated violinist, motivated and inspired by Jascha Heifetz and Fritz Kreisler, who acquired an extended and successful profession in British well-known music. Born right into a nonmusical family members, Jaffa’s father provided him using a violin …

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