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Dr. Seuss

Pulitzer Reward and Academy Award-winning article writer/illustrator Dr. Seuss (1904-1991) a.k.a. Theodore Geisel produced a few of the most well-known and long lasting children’s books from the 20th hundred years. After going to Dartmouth and Oxford University or college and doing work for a period in marketing, he released his …

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Charlie Barnet

Charlie Barnet was unusual in a number of ways. Mostly of the jazzmen to become created a millionaire, Barnet was a tiny playboy throughout his existence, ending up having a many ex-wives and anecdotes. He was mostly of the white big music group leaders from the golf swing period to …

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Big Mountain

Similar to UB40, American reggae band Big Mountain brought an extremely commercialized version of Jamaican music towards the American mainstream when their cover of Peter Frampton’s “Baby, I REALLY LIKE THE RIGHT PATH” reached the very best 10 in early 1994. Towards the band’s credit, though, its three albums consist …

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Charlie Beal

The Beal brothers hailed through the West Coastline, where both were established as professional musicians from the outset from the ’30s. Charlie Beal was a pianist, while youthful sibling Eddie Beal began on drums but also turned towards the piano a couple of years into his gigging profession. Over time …

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Trumans Water

Glen Galloway (electric guitar), brothers Kirk and Kevin Branstetter (electric guitar, bass), and 69-year-old drummer Andres Malinao comprise Trumans Drinking water. The quartet deconstruct indie rock and roll in the design of Captain Beefheart. Today’s touchstone can be Pavement; both bands have got the same laid-back atmosphere, sloppy riffs, and …

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Buck-O-Nine

Buck-O-Nine is really a San Diego-based ska-punk music group that gained a little pursuing in the middle-’90s, and whose recognition increased because the third influx ska revival reached the mainstream using the achievement of Rancid no Doubt. Buck-O-Nine is definitely made up of Jon Pebsworth (vocals), Jonas Kleiner (acoustic guitar), …

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