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Dawn Silva

A funk diva of epic proportions, Sacramento, CA-born Dawn Silva’s music voyage began definately not her association with George Clinton’s P-Funk empire, singing music within the vein of early ’70s Best 40 as part of Windsong, a higher college group led by Silva and her sister. Her stylistic transformation would …

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Bill Deal & the Rhondels

Bill Offer & the Rhondels (who consisted, in one stage, in their basic saving years, of Mike Kerwin and Jeff Pollard on trumpets, Ronny Rosenbaum on trombone, Ken Dawson on sax, Don Quisenberry on bass, and Ammon Tharp on the drum package) were one of the primary and very best …

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Robert Johnson

Not to end up being confused with perhaps one of the most famous bluesmen ever or the Bob Johnson who strums lightly in records simply by jazz singers such as for example Ella Fitzgerald, the Memphis-based Robert Johnson continues to be recording because the early ’70s. Some early performances had …

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