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2 Much

The four-member R&B/rap group 2 Very much first took root when Milo Stokes, Chris Cheeks, and Marcel Wildy realized that their ambition involved something much larger than meeting at each other’s homes and goofing off. With substantial help from Stokes’ dad, Immature and B2K orchestrator Chris Stokes, aswell as his …

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The Maisonettes

The Maisonettes were an odd one-hit music group of the first ’80s, the oddness laying not really much within their hit as their mix of maverick indie label beginnings having a semi-manufactured image that some indie purists will dsicover crass. Their strike, “Heartache Avenue,” moved into the U.K. graphs in …

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The Sandpebbles

From NEW YORK, NY, USA, this vocal group comprised Calvin White, Andrea Bolden and Lonzine Wright. White colored had been an associate from the Gospel Miracles in the first 60s and he brought some strong gospel-style singing towards the Sandpebbles when he created the group. Beneath the aegis of NY …

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Roberta Sá

Roberta Sá is a critically acclaimed MPB vocalist who released two albums before earning a Latin Grammy nomination for Ideal New Designer in 2008. Though completely contemporary, her music includes traditional Brazilian musical designs and tunes, and she actually is often in comparison to Maria Rita, another youthful MPB vocalist …

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The Rah Band

This fictitious studio group was masterminded by Richard A. Hewson (b. 17 November 1943, Stockton-on-Tees, Teesside, Britain). In the past due 60s arranger, conductor and multi-instrumentalist Hewson caused Adam Taylor and Herbie Hancock and organized hits like the Beatles ‘The Long And Winding Street’ and Mary Hopkin’s ‘Those Had been …

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The Pointer Sisters

The Pointer Sisters were as chameleonic as David Bowie, or even more so. The sibling group supported Elegance Slick and Boz Scaggs, produced halts at Sesame Road as well as the Grand Ole Opry, received a nation Grammy, and made an appearance in the film Car Clean, all before rating …

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The Mighty Clouds of Joy

Modern gospel’s preeminent group, the Mighty Clouds of Pleasure carried the torch for the original quartet vocal design throughout a time dominated by single acts and choirs; pioneering a distinctively funky audio that as time passes gained grudging approval actually among purists, they forced religious music in fresh and unpredicted …

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The Nines

The Nines are made up of Steve Eggers (vocals, bass), Sam Tallo (guitar), and Aaron Nielson (drums). Their self-titled, unbiased cassette premiered in 1994; their full-length Compact disc follow-up, Wonderworld of Multi-colored, premiered in 1997. In 1998, the Nines had been named Greatest Unnamed Band on the North by Northwest …

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Miff Mole

For an interval in the 1920s, Miff Mole was (before the introduction of Jack Teagarden) the innovative trombonist in jazz. He previously gained a solid reputation using the initial Memphis Five (beginning in 1922) and his many recordings with Crimson Nichols during 1926-1927 discovered him taking uncommon period jumps with …

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The Moog Cookbook

After hearing their wealthy and textured songs, it’s hard to trust the fact that Moog Cookbook is a duo (made up of Roger Manning and Brian Kehew). Manning initial found the public’s interest within the unfortunately disregarded retro-rockers Jellyfish, who released a set of critically acclaimed albums, after that split …

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