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Wayne Escoffery

“Small Lions” is really a term that jazz journalists have already been using to spell it out the very long set of straight-ahead, acoustic-oriented jazz improvisers who have been born within the ’60s, ’70s, and ’80s, and London local Wayne Escoffery is probably the many Small Lions who started building …

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Johnny Moped

In virtually any discussion of punk’s biggest legends, the name of Johnny Moped forever looms huge — definitely not for the vitality of the vinyl, although few would deny how the Moped had few peers for the reason that arena; nor with the excellent chaos of the concert events, although, …

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Downchild Blues Band

Led by guitarist/vocalist/songwriter Donnie “Mr. Downchild” Walsh, the Downchild Blues Band may be the leading blues music group in Canada. Their saxophone-driven leap blues provided a significant motivation for Dan Aykroyd as well as the past due John Belushi’s Blues Brothers, who included Walsh’s music, “Everything I WANT (Nearly)” and …

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Richard Hayman

b. 27 March 1920, Cambridge, Massachusetts, USA, d. 5 Feb 2014, NY, NY, USA. As a man, Hayman trained himself to try out the harmonica and accordion, and performed in regional bands before shifting to the western world coastline. In the past due ’30s as a new player and an …

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Dover

An indie rock-band from Spain, Dover was formed in 1992, building their debut using the discharge of Sister in 1995. Shortly, they agreed upon with local indie label Subterfuge Information, taking part in a compilation known as Stereoparty 2 using the music “Loli Jackson,” and issuing an recording based on …

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Luscious Jackson

Making use of their dark hip-hop-influenced alternative rock and roll, Luscious Jackson re-create the dense, multicultural bohemian world of NY inside a collage of sound, where Spanish guitars, jazzy keyboards, funky beats, and breathy, singsong vocals combine into one. Just like the Beastie Males, Luscious Jackson’s eclecticism doesn’t acknowledge limitations; …

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Charles Wright

Charles Wright headed among the great funk sets of the late ’60s and early ’70s, the W 103rd Street Tempo Band. Wright, who was simply given birth to in Clarksdale, MS, was a vocalist, pianist, guitarist, and head from the eight-member music group, which have been recruited from W in …

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Dream Warriors

A set of deft, intelligent rappers located in Toronto, Ruler Lou and Capital Q shaped Desire Warriors and released among the finest alternative rap information from the era, 1991’s AND TODAY, the Legacy Starts. The pair started working collectively in 1989, arranging their own Defeat Manufacturing plant Productions with Rupert …

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General Midi

General Midi, or Paul Crossman, who also performed beneath the name Liquid, came out from the Bristol club scene, creating a splash when he became resident DJ in the Shimmy Golf club in 1994. His mixture of breakbeat with nu-skool, electronica, home, and hip-hop produced him a favorite take action, …

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General Johnson

Head of Chairmen from the Panel and a high R&B songwriter/manufacturer aswell, General Johnson enjoyed an extended career stretching out from his debut through the mid-’50s glory times of R&B to his position being a turn-of-the-century seaside music icon. Delivered and raised within the seaside town of Norfolk, VA, Johnson …

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