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Wide Receiver

The cinematic-sampling funky breaks act Wide Receiver was founded by Steve Bloodstream and Ian Gotts. The London-based duo started recording materials and in 1996 delivered a demonstration to Tag Jones, the top of premiere big defeat label Wall structure of Sound (Propellerheads, Les Rythmes Digitales, Wiseguys). Wide Recipient contributed a …

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Vivian Ellis

b. 29 Oct 1903, Hampstead, London, Britain, d. 19 June 1996, London, Britain. A highly well known composer, lyricist and writer, chiefly famous for his refreshing, witty and intimate music for revues and musicals in the united kingdom through the period through the 20s to the 50s. He also had …

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Dub Pistols

The ascendancy of big-beat techno with punk rock attitude continued unabated using the Dub Pistols, a lager-swilling quintet headed by ex-club promoter Barry Ashworth and featuring guitarist John Ruler, bassist Jason O’Bryan, programmer Expenses Borez, and turntablist Malcolm Wax. Ashworth, who was simply turned on towards the vibes of Ibiza …

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Two Lone Swordsmen

After dissolving his Sabres of Heaven project and label, U.K. dance don Andrew Weatherall create the tripartite Emissions label group and released his latest, probably many prodigious musical enterprise, Two Lone Swordsmen. A cooperation with Emissions engineer Keith Tenniswood, 2LS was shaped in early 1996. The group talks the same …

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Tuff Jam

Karl “Tuff Enuff” Dark brown and Matt “Jam” Lamont were two of the very most hyped makers in Britain during 1997, because of their seizure from the banner for speed-garage, the dance design based on basic garage area music but with a variety of inspiration through the ragga end of …

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Evelyn Laye

b. Elsie Evelyn Place, 10 July 1900, London, Britain, d. 17 Feb 1996, London, Britain. An celebrity and vocalist – probably one of the most famous leading ladies from the British musical stage. Her dad was the professional and composer Gilbert Laye (he added the ‘e’ to the family members …

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Baader Meinhof

Baader Meinhof was a one-off task from the Auteurs’ Luke Haines, who enlisted a clutch of studio room associates aged and new (maker Phil Vinall, cellist Wayne Banbury) to record 1997’s Baader Meinhof, an archive that mixed styles from the ’70s German urban terrorist group it took its name from …

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Dionne Bromfield

Spirit vocalist Dionne Bromfield began building headlines in ’09 2009 when her debut record cracked the very best 40 in Britain. Pursuing in the footsteps of her godmother — neo-soul vocalist Amy Winehouse — the 13-year-old modeled her audio after ‘60s female groups, traditional R&B, and classic soul. Being linked …

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Eddie Kassner

b. 1920, Vienna, Austria, d. 19 November 1996, London, Britain. An ‘previous college’ music publisher, Kassner fled from his indigenous Austria as a kid to get refuge from Nazi extension. He offered in the United kingdom Army during Globe Battle II, before founding the Edward Kassner Music Co. in the …

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Alabama 3

Alabama 3 was among the oddest music clothes to arise from past due-’90s London, but also probably one of the most initial. The band’s roots are shrouded in metropolitan misconception — the music group likes to declare that the three primary members fulfilled in rehab, while their Southern accents possess …

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