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Alan Pasqua

Keyboardist Alan Pasqua’s gritty body organ riffs and synth textures could be heard on strikes by Eddie Cash and Large. He’s done edges with Bob Dylan (Live at Budokan and Road Legal), Carlos Santana (Zebop and Marathon), Rick Springfield, Pat Benatar, Sammy Hagar, and Whitesnake. Pasqua’s musical root base operate …

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Tohpati Ario Hutomo

Among Indonesia’s leading guitarists, Tohpati Hutomo gained significant amounts of renown for both his collaborative attempts with a few of his nation’s most widely used singers and music artists, and his own inventive jazz acoustic guitar work. Given birth to July 21, 1971, Tohpati started playing your guitar as a …

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Alan White

It’s among the great ironies in Alan White’s profession that he found fame within the shadow from the drummer he replaced in Yes, Costs Bruford. In ways it had been neither musician’s problem — Bruford was regarded as, after Carl Palmer, the latest drummer in Britain, while White colored got, …

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Tim Hagans

Tim Hagans, a fantastic post-bop-oriented trumpeter, was using the orchestras of Stan Kenton (1974-1977) and Woody Herman (1977), before moving to Sweden (1977-1981) where he used Sahib Shihab, Ernie Wilkins’ Almost Big Music group, the Danish Radio Orchestra (that was then directed by Thad Jones), and Dexter Gordon. After time …

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Arnaldo DeSouteiro

In Brazilian jazz circles, Arnaldo DeSouteiro instructions the type of respect and admiration that Orrin Keepnews and Quincy Jones appreciate in america — he’s a heavyweight manufacturer who spent some time working with his talk about of main Brazilian artists, just like Keepnews and Jones are well-known for the American …

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Agnes Buen Garnas

A Western european vocalist who’s recorded with Jan Garbarek for ECM carrying out an album of materials predicated on medieval music from Norway.

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Al Di Meola

Guitarist Al Di Meola 1st rose to prominence like a blazing jazz fusion participant before his taking part in matured and he started to conquer additional styles, such as for example acoustic Latin music. Created on July 22, 1954, in Shirt Town, NJ, Di Meola briefly analyzed in the Berklee …

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Arcado

Uncommon instrumentation and unstable, eclectic material continues to be Arcado’s trademark. The interplay between violinist Tag Feldman, bassist Tag Dresser and cellist Hank Roberts over their albums continues to be sometimes chaotic, occasionally inspirational but under no circumstances pedestrian or cliched. They compose and perform generally original materials, and pull …

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Zbigniew Namysłowski

b. 9 Sept 1939, Warsaw, Poland. Namyslowski’s Lola, documented during his stop by at the united kingdom in 1964, triggered quite a mix, since few people in North Europe were alert to the condition of the jazz artwork in Soviet bloc countries (previously). However, it had been not only the …

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Mixed Bag

All-star quintet from Detroit region, a task initiated by Bob Adam, supported Sonny Stitt when saxophonist lived in Saginaw within the last many years of his lifestyle. Principals had been David Koether & Lorenzo Dark brown (perc), Dan Spencer (d), Larry Nozero (sax, fl), Eddie Russ (p), Ron Brooks (b), …

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