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Michel Portal

Multi-instrumentalist (clarinets, saxophones, bandoneon, etc.) and composer Michel Website can be viewed as as the dad figure from the French contemporary jazz picture. Classically educated, Portal obtained notoriety through his association with several contemporary and modern music composers. His efficiency as the presented soloist on Pierre Boulez’s Domaines continues to …

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The Mighty Diamonds

Vocal trio the Mighty Gemstones were probably one of the most internationally well-known reggae groups to emerge from the ’70s roots era. Even more accessible than a great many other origins outfits, the Gemstones boasted soulful, gorgeously genuine harmonies and limited, catchy songwriting, a lot of it from within the …

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Olivia Newton-John

Olivia Newton-John skillfully made the changeover from popular country-pop singer to popular mainstream soft rock and roll singer, becoming probably one of the most successful vocalists from the ’70s along the way. The changeover itself wasn’t a lot of a extend — her early-’70s strikes “I Honestly Like You” and …

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The Music Lovers

Using a big nod to Serge Gainsbourg and classic intimate pop, the Music Lovers is led by Teddy Edwards (vocals/guitar). Blessed in Birmingham, Britain, Edwards transferred to SAN FRANCISCO BAY AREA in 1994 even though functioning as an MC fulfilled bassist Jon Brooder. They added Paul Comaskey on drums, completing …

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Oliver Mtukudzi

Gifted having a deep, gutsy tone of voice along with a talent for composing songs that think about the lifestyle and challenges of individuals of his homeland, Oliver “Tuku” Mtukudzi is definitely among Zimbabwe’s greatest artists. His mixing of Southern African music customs, including mbira, mbaqanga, jit, and the original …

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Michel Benita

Paris-based bassist, composer, and bandleader Michel Benita is a figure around the worldwide jazz scene since 1980. Known for his light contact, melodic compositions, and amazing arrangements, Benita is really a mentioned experimentalist with an enthusiastic ear for wealthy, detailed harmony. Because the starting of his professional profession, he continues …

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The Melody Unit

Making use of their pop stylings amid the Seattle post-grunge scene, the Melody Unit is frequently thought to be an anomaly of their own city. However the music group has held accurate with their sound while radical adjustments took place amongst their lineup. Frontman Kevin Kelly and drummer Tag Salvadalena …

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Meeting

“The Conference” was formed in 1983 when manufacturers George Wein and Darelen Chean come up with “The Playboy Superstars from the 80’s” for your year’s Playboy Jazz Celebration; the all-star group contains keyboardist Patrice Rushen, drummer Ndugu Chancler, electrical bassist Alphonso Johnson and tenor-saxophonist Ernie W. Because the four music …

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The McCalmans

Making use of their Kingston Trio-like method of traditional Scottish music and uplifting three-part vocal harmonies, the McCalmans have already been in the forefront of Scottish folk music for a lot more than three-and-a-half decades. Furthermore to presenting released a lot more than 22 albums, the trio continues to be …

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Track a Tiger

The easygoing indie rock of Chicago’s Track a Tiger was originally a solo idea initiated by Jim Vallet in summer 2003. After focusing on some tracks on classical guitar in his house for just two years and getting help from some contributors, Woke Up Early your day I Died premiered …

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