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Soul Coughing

Probably one of the most unique cult rings from the ’90s, Spirit Coughing anchored a fresh crop of quirky, unclassifiable rings that emerged within the post-grunge period, including Morphine, the Eels, and Wedding cake. Powered by frontman M. Doughty’s stream-of-consciousness poetry, Spirit Coughing’s audio was a willfully idiosyncratic mixture of …

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Alfred Drake

Along with his deep, baritone, vocals, Alfred Drake (given birth to: Alfred Capurro) reigned over Broadway through the 1940s and ‘50s. Most widely known for his portrayal of Curly in Rodgers and Hammerstein’s 1943 musical, Oklahoma, he debuted such traditional tunes as “Oh, JUST WHAT A Gorgeous Morning hours”, “Surrey …

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Allan Jones

Born in Aged Forge, Pa (just outdoors Scranton), Allan Jones studied performing during his twenties in Paris. After coming back from Paris to america, Jones began employed in different operettas. In 1933, Jones 1st appeared for the Broadway stage playing a job in Roberta. This is followed by becoming solid …

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