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Tom Rush

Along with his warm and slightly world-weary baritone voice, solid classical guitar playing, and gifted if hardly prolific songwriting skills, Tom Rush was among the finest & most unsung performers to emerge from the ’60s urban folk revival. Created Feb 8, 1941 in Portsmouth, New Hampshire, Hurry began his carrying …

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Rafter

Among San Diego’s music fixture Rafter Roberts’ many tasks — such as the indie pop duo Bunky, jogging among the city’s most widely used indie saving studios, and producing and anatomist albums for Castanets, the Fiery Furnaces, Arab on Radar, and much more — Rafter’s kaleidoscopic sound pop features Roberts …

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The Roadside Graves

Country-rock music group the Roadside Graves was shaped by a band of years as a child close friends in Metuchen, NJ: singer John Gleason, drummer Colin Ryan, guitarist Affluent Zilg, guitarist Jeremy Benson, bassist Dave Jones, and Mike DeBlasio (later on joined by key pad participant Johnny Piatkowski). They documented …

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Ale Möller

The original music of Sweden continues to be preserved with the playing of multi-instrumentalist and composer Ale Moller. A previous person in folk groupings Filarfolket and Friot, Moller helped to spark curiosity about Swedish folk music in the later ’80s and early ’90s. He presently works together with violinist/vocalist Lena …

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Albert Lee

Albert Lee occupies an unusual market in music — Uk by delivery and upbringing, he spent the mid-’60s seeing that a high R&B guitarist, however in the 1970s became among the best rockabilly guitarists on earth, no slouch in nation music either. In Britain he’s a been home name, and …

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Tom T. Hall

Tom T. Hall is actually a storyteller, a songwriter with an enthusiastic eye for fine detail along with a knack for narrative. Many music artists have protected his tunes — especially Jeannie C. Riley’s 1968 strike “Harper Valley P.T.A.” — and he also offers racked up several solo strikes, including …

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Murray McLauchlan

Blessed in Scotland in 1948, Murray McLauchlan moved to Canada at age five. He started playing guitar many years afterwards and, after graduation within the middle-’60s, transferred to NY. The folksinger came back in 1968 and, because of reputation around Toronto, documented his first record, Songs from the road (1971). …

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Tom Russell

Americana vocalist/songwriter Tom Russell was created in LA in 1950. Elevated within the cowboy music from the American Western, he was raised to be always a talented songwriter, and started issuing albums under his personal name in the first ’70s. Russell’s materials, nevertheless, was also documented by such luminaries as …

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Music Revelation Ensemble

Among the initial and best free of charge jazz/funk rings. On No Influx, its 1980 Moers Music debut, the music group was made up of Adam “Bloodstream” Ulmer (electric guitar), David Murray (tenor saxophone), Amin Ali (electrical bass), and Ronald Shannon Jackson (drums). The MRE became Ulmer’s baby since he …

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Tuka

Tuka is among the founding associates of Australian hip-hop celebrities Thundamentals, and an effective single designer in his own ideal. Heavily influenced from the eclectic, confessional hip-hop of Atmosphere, his music includes influences such as for example dub reggae, chillwave, and modern R&B celebrities such as for example Frank Sea, …

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