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Jesse Stone

Songwriter Jesse Rock wrote the basic rock tracks “Tremble Rattle and Move,” “DON’T ALLOW Move,” “Turn Flop and Soar” — co written with Willie Lou Turner — and “YOUR MONEY Ain’t Only Trash.” Rock, who also had written songs beneath the pseudonym Charles E. Calhoun, was an integral player within …

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Jimmie Logsdon

Through the 1950s, Jimmie Logsdon was an exceptionally popular singer and a high country deejay. He was created in Panther, Kentucky to some Methodist minister, and started performing at age group 12 within the chapel choir along with his sister Martha Jean. He later on performed clarinet in his senior …

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Phillip Schofield

b. 1 Apr 1962, Oldham, Lancashire, Britain. When Schofield overran the leading part of Joseph AS WELL AS THE Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat in the London Palladium while Jason Donovan continued vacation early in 1992, it became among Andrew Lloyd Webber’s most (commercially) influenced decisions. Having been enthusiastic about broadcasting from …

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Marvin Gaye

Perhaps one of the most gifted, visionary, and enduring abilities ever launched into orbit with the Motown strike machine, Marvin Gaye blazed the path for the continued development of popular dark music. Shifting from lean, effective R&B to stylish, advanced spirit to finally reach an intensely politics and personal type …

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Jimmy Cliff

It’s among the music industry’s great ironies that today, beyond reggae circles, Jimmy Cliff could very well be better known for his film performances than his music. Also following a string of strikes, the vocalist never quite were able to break right into the mainstream, although he appeared poised for …

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Rob Wasserman

An extremely versatile bassist, Rob Wasserman gained popularity as both a leader and collaborator, along with his trilogy of saving tasks accurately titled Single, Duets, and Trios ably displaying his creative range within the ’80s and ’90s. Wasserman started playing the violin when he was 12, not really switching to …

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John LaPorta

At one time, John LaPorta appeared as if he would be among the leading clarinetists in contemporary jazz. His awesome tone and incredibly advanced design (affected by Lennie Tristano) appeared to be producing him the Lee Konitz from the clarinet. He previously played with the best rings of Bob Chester …

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Debbie Reynolds

At the maximum of her career, actress Debbie Reynolds was America’s sweetheart, the archetypal girl nearby; best remembered on her behalf function in Hollywood musicals, she made an appearance within the genre’s determining moment, Singin’ in the torrential rain, in addition to many other significant successes. Given birth to Mary …

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Jeff Porcaro

Not only is it the drummer within the Grammy winning, platinum-selling rock-band Toto, Jeff Porcaro was arguably probably the most highly regarded studio room drummer in rock and roll from the middle-’70s to the first ’90s. His playing was sharp and exact, propulsive without having to be showy and throughout …

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Lonnie Brooks

Having forged a distinctive Louisiana/Chicago blues synthesis unlike anyone else’s around the competitive Windy City scene, charismatic guitarist Lonnie Brooks lengthy reigned among the town’s best bluesmen. A masterful showman, the good-natured Brooks placed on a display add up to his recordings (and that is saying a whole lot, considering …

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