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Rip Rig + Panic

Named after a good ’60s jazz album by Rahsaan Roland Kirk, Rip Rig + Stress answered the query: what goes on when avant-garde post-punks collide head-long having a pop/soul singer and perform a mutated type of jazz? A loosely knit assortment of ex-Pop Group people (Gareth Sager and Bruce Smith) …

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Masahiko Satoh

Masahiko is a Chick Corea-influenced pianist who all also plays electric powered keyboards. His compositional depth isn’t considered as solid as his playing.

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Dave King

Bass guitarist Dave Ruler is a busy program, studio room, and recording musician in Europe because the mid-’70s. He started playing bass in the past due ’60s after learning electric guitar and contrabass in Louisville, KY. From 1964 to 1969 his dad, the dramatic opera tenor Adam King, was executing …

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Jerry Goodman & Jan Hammer

Following the reportedly rancorous 1973 split of the initial Mahavishnu Orchestra, which still left the group’s unfinished third studio album to languish in the vaults (the live Between Nothingness & Eternity was issued instead), violinist Jerry Goodman and keyboardist Jan Hammer formed a duo and documented the album Like Children, …

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Exmagma

Exmagma was a briefly lived hippy oriented Krautrock trio using a jazzy space rock and roll sound. However the band’s discography provides yet to become reissued on Compact disc, these are certainly worth such treatment. Exmagma was produced in Stuutgart, Germany, by Andy Goldner (guitars, bass, sax, vocals), Thomas Balluff …

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Foley

Bass, bandleader. One-time person in Miles Davis music group, this electrical bassist has produced an organization that mixes fusion, funk, rock and roll and jazz. His debut discharge includes visitor stints by George Clinton, Mavis Staples, Stevie Wonder and Larry Dunn, provides some jazz impact but is targeted at pop …

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Air Pocket

A good mid-’70s fusion and light bop outfit that didn’t remain jointly lengthy. Their only record for East Blowing wind, Fly On, provided eight pleasant amounts. There have been some notable brands on board, included in this trombonist Bruce Fowler, keyboardist Stu Goldberg and Steve Fowler on flute and alto …

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Montage

In 1967 Michael Dark brown (b. Michael Lookofsky, NY, USA) parted business from the Remaining Banke, hitmakers with the initial ‘Walk Away Renee’. Then ‘found out’ Montage – Bob Steyarr (vocals), Mike Smyth (business lead acoustic guitar/vocals), Lance Cornelius (bass/vocals) and Vance Chapman (drums/vocals) – guaranteed their recording agreement and …

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