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Frazier River

Though Cincinnati is hardly a hotbed of country music, Frazier River demonstrated that the town could support a residency; from 1991, frontman Danny Frazier and his set up ensemble of well-known region musicians frequently drew 3,000 people weekly because of their daily performances on the River Saloon, a big hall …

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Ditch Witch

Named following a machine useful for excavation and trench-digging on construction sites, the roots-pop strap Ditch Witch produced in Columbia, Missouri in 1991 with vocalist/guitarist Chris Gebhardt, guitarist Barry Hibdon, drummer Joel Trueblood and bassist/vocalist Craig Winn. Sketching on affects like Neil Youthful, Creedence Clearwater Revival as well as the …

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D’Influence

THE UNITED KINGDOM acid jazz collective D’Influence comprised vocalist Sarah Anne Webb, guitarist and keyboardist Ed Baden-Powell, keyboardist and multi-instrumentalist Kwame Kwaten and drummer Steve Marston. Debuting in 1992 with Great 4 We, the group resurfaced in 1995 with Prayer 4 Unity; in addition they emerged among the best production …

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E.Y.C.

Damon Butler, Dave Loeffler and Trey Parker shaped the hip-hop combo E.Con.C. in the first ’90s and released Express Yourself Obviously in 1993. Following a longer hiatus, the trio resurfaced in 1999 with PERSONALLY I THINK It.

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Shadz of Lingo

Shadz of Lingo MCs Lingo and Kolorado and DJ Rocco met in 1986 in a Richmond, VA, senior high school. They initial worked jointly as rappers, but produced a commercial creation firm in 1988. The four transferred to Atlanta in 1991 and begun to record. Merging old-school posturing with new-breed …

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Talking Heads

In the beginning of the career, Speaking Heads were all nervous energy, detached emotion, and subdued minimalism. If they released their last recording about 12 years later on, the music group had recorded from art-funk to polyrhythmic worldbeat explorations and basic, melodic acoustic guitar pop. Between their 1st recording in …

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Cornerstone

Several five music artists with musical root base in Florida, Virginia, Tx, and upstate NY can add as much as only 1 thing: a bluegrass music group with a good folk bottom that plays spectacular original materials. That’s what Cornerstone, structured near Ithaca, NY, is focused on. Led by banjo …

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L.A. Style

L.A. Style produced chart background in 1992 when their one “Adam Brown Is Deceased” became the very first rave monitor to surface in Billboard’s every week pop rankings. Mainly the task of companies Denzil Slemming, Maxx Mondino and Fonny DeWulf, L.A. Design debuted using the “Adam Brown” one, by far …

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J. Frank Wilson

J. Frank Wilson acquired only one strike, nonetheless it was an enormous one. Along with his music group the Cavaliers, he brought Wayne Cochran’s teen-death melodrama “Last Kiss” towards the higher reaches from the American pop graphs in nov 1964. The tune was the last in an extended line of …

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Coloring Book

Coloring Book created in 1991 in a fresh York Town apartment with Jon Chaikin documenting a small number of songs along with his guitar on the four-track. Alongside vocalist and drummer Jen Matson, the part-time ensemble induced a minor pop of male/feminine dual vocal indie. First taking their trademark on …

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