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The Bees

The Bees (referred to as “A Music group of Bees” in the us, due to a legal rights issue over their name) began because the duo of Paul Butler and Aaron Fletcher, both of whom hailed in the Isle of Wight. They documented their debut record, Sunshine Strike Me, in …

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Lagbaja

b. Bisade Ologunde, Lagos, Nigeria. Right now located in Manhattan, NY, USA, Nigerian vocalist Ologunde used the name Lagbaja (indicating ‘private’ or ‘faceless one’ in Yoruba) as he embarked on his profession in the first 90s. His name was shown in his selection of stage dress – a slitted textile …

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Clive Palmer

A founding person in the Incredible String Music group, Clive Palmer has continued to explore the folk customs of Scotland being a soloist and along with his rings, the Famous Jug Music group and Clive’s Primary Music group. In 1999, Palmer reunited with fellow Amazing String Band creator Robin Williamson …

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Jack Wilson

b. 3 August 1936, Chicago, Illinois, USA. Elevated in Fort Wayne, Indiana, Wilson researched piano at Fort Wayne University of Music as well as the College or university of Indiana, as time passes out for a fleeting professional foray with Adam Moody. He briefly performed baritone saxophone but after settling …

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Hurricane Party

Hurricane Party was a Uk rock action indebted towards the noises of AC/DC and Led Zeppelin, along with the swagger of early Bon Jovi and Mötley Crüe. Led by vocalist Richie Hevanz, the music group also included guitarists Robin “Kreepy” Hirshfield and Johnny Rocker, bassist Rob Randell, and drummer Chris …

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D Generation

While groups like the Strokes as well as the White Stripes obtain a lot of the credit for spearheading the garage area rock revival motion of the first 21st century, there have been many similarly styled rings from the mid- to past due ’90s that preceded these acts (with much …

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Joe Farrell

Joe Farrell’s CTI albums of 1970-1976, which combined jointly his hard bop design with some pop and fusion components, produced him briefly well-liked by listeners unfamiliar with his previous work. Farrell started playing clarinet when he was 11 and, after graduating from the School of Illinois in 1959, he transferred …

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Larry Coryell

Among the pioneers of jazz-rock — possibly the pioneer within the ears of some — Larry Coryell deserves a particular put in place the annals books. He brought what amounted to some almost alien sensibility to jazz guitar playing in the 1960s, a hard-edged, reducing build, and phrasing and note-bending …

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Larry Clinton

Larry Clinton was a versatile composer, arranger, and bandleader whose golf swing music group was among the prominent forces in pop music in the past due ’30s, specifically in the time between Tommy Dorsey’s preliminary success as well as the rise to popularity of Glenn Miller. Blessed in Brooklyn, Clinton …

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Beck

Initially pegged because the voice of the generation when “Loser” converted into a smash crossover success, Beck finished up crystallizing a lot of the postmodern ruckus inherent within the ’90s alternative explosion, however in unexpected ways. Located in the underground anti-folk and noise-rock worlds, Beck encompassed all types of contemporary …

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