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Little Eva

Small Eva Narcissus Boyd was a babysitter for Carole Ruler and Gerry Goffin when the songwriting group was inspired to create “The Loco-Motion,” a music predicated on a dance that Eva would do throughout the house. Eva also surely got to sing on the demonstration, which impressed Don Kirshner plenty …

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Linda Creed

Lyricist Linda Creed teamed with composer/maker Thom Bell to writer some hits forever from the lush and seductive Philly spirit sound of the first ’70s. Created in Philadelphia in 1949, Creed grew up in the city’s Mt. Airy section. Her profession premiered in 1971 when the fantastic Dusty Springfield documented …

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Denny Zeitlin

Zeitlin has one of the most unusual “time gigs” to get a jazz musician: he’s a psychiatrist. Zeitlin’s parents had been involved with both music and medication. They began him for the piano at age group two; he continuing to study traditional music while in primary school, then started playing …

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Lenny Pickett

Pickett is a present person in the Saturday Night time Live music group and a long-time innovator from the Tower of Power horn section. Through the ’70s, the Tower of Power was the dominating program horn group, slicing their own effective R&B/funk/pop information and backing a bunch of celebrities from …

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Fraser MacPherson

Golf swing/bop saxophonist Fraser MacPherson (1928-1993) possessed a method deeply rooted in the custom of the fantastic pre-bop saxophonists, owing a substantial stylistic debts to Zoot Sims. Delivered in Victoria, United kingdom Columbia in 1928, MacPherson shifted to Vancouver in 1948 and started a career being a studio room and …

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E

E was the alias of quirk-pop vocalist/songwriter Tag Oliver Everett, given birth to Apr 9, 1963 in Virginia. The 1971 loss of life of his physicist dad sent him right into a extended tailspin, and after fighting drug and alcoholic beverages complications throughout his teenagers, he lowered out of college …

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Barbara Lea

A fantastic singer who was simply associated with golf swing and Dixieland, Barbara Lea hardly ever broke through with everyone, but she recorded a number of valuable albums. She sang with Detroit dance orchestras while in college, performed with the faculty jazz music group (the Crimson Stompers) at Harvard, and …

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Claude Bolling

Pianist, composer, maker, and bandleader Claude Bolling enjoyed his 1st successes like a kingpin in the mainland Western trad jazz motion from the 1950s and ’60s. An experienced pianist who was simply greatly influenced by Duke Ellington, Teddy Wilson, Earl Hines, and Artwork Tatum, he also persisted in carrying out …

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Bo Hansson

Swedish keyboard participant/composer Bo Hansson 1st emerged in the 1960s within a duo that made a name for itself, 1st in Sweden and about tour in Europe, and issued some 3 albums. Jimi Hendrix noticed the group and apparently documented some jams with Hansson which have thus far continued to …

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Fud Livingston

Although he was hardly ever a significant soloist, Fud Livingston participated in a few classic saving sessions in the past due ’20s. He performed accordion and piano as a kid before switching to saxophone. Through the summer season of 1923 Livingston caused Talmadge Henry in Greensboro, SC. Within the middle- …

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