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Psycho Sisters

Marked by beautiful harmonies, tunes that fuse pop hooks with root base rock and roll accents, and a playful love of life that doesn’t hinder the (sometimes) serious intent from the music, the Psycho Sisters can be a collaboration between two acclaimed and achieved artists, Susan Cowsill and Vicki Peterson. …

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2XL

Inspired with a diverse group of hip-hop duos — Mobb Deep, OutKast, and Ying Yang Twins — Bennett “Laze” and Justin “Royal” Talmage Armstrong created 2XL to check out their dreams and get away their challenging childhood. Their dad forgotten them, their mom was identified as having terminal brain malignancy, …

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Chris Wood

Medeski, Martin and Timber bassist Chris Timber studied structure, and jazz and classical bass in his hometown Boulder, Colorado. In 1989, he visited the New Britain Conservatory of Music in Boston, and researched with Dave Holland, Geri Allen and Bob Moses, but shortly transformed his enrollment to part-time to be …

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Art & Language

Founded in 1967, Art & Language is usually a celebrated conceptual art collective located in the uk. Art & Vocabulary was made by Terry Atkinson, David Bainbridge, Michael Baldwin, and Harold Hurrell, four performers and academics who have been located in the Western Midlands community of Coventry. Embracing a multitude …

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Marc Jonson

Vocalist and songwriter Marc Jonson offers enjoyed his biggest success writing tracks for other performers, though he offers won a cult following for his little but impressive body of recorded function. Jonson was created and elevated on Long Isle, NY, and started playing music and composing tracks as a kid. …

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Fields

This obscure trio from Southern California released just one single self-titled album in 1969, containing a heady mixture of rock, blues, soul, and psychedelia; but at that time, vocalist/guitarist Richard Fortunato, bassist Patrick Burke, and drummer Steven Lagana experienced already traveled an extended and colorful street. Fortunato and Lagana 1st …

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Serge Fiori

French-Canadian vocalist/songwriter and film composer Serge Fiori’s profession has been a unique one. After gaining stardom position in Quebec and France as the first choice from the prog-folk group Harmonium in the middle- to past due ’70s, he nearly totally withdrew from the general public side from the music business …

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Lloyd McNeill

Lloyd McNeill is normally a jazz composer, flutist, poet, professional photographer, instructor, and globally celebrated visible artist. He’s regarded by a great many other music artists as an innovator over the flute. He self-released three renowned recordings between 1969 and 1973. Furthermore, he spent some time working with everyone from …

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George Crumb

George Crumb was probably one of the most distinctive compositional voices to emerge in the next half from the twentieth hundred years. A charter person in the “New Virtuosity” motion, Crumb created an expansive musical palette mentioned for its focus on prolonged instrumental and vocal methods, its wealthy and advanced …

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Bert Sommer

Bert Sommer is also known as the shed superstar from Woodstock. Those people who have only noticed the documentary film, or noticed the two pieces released in the 1969 festival could be forgiven, nevertheless, if they’re utterly not really acquainted with his name. Sommer was among a tiny couple of …

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