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Jeff Golub

Within the ’90s, guitarist Jeff Golub’s mixture of jazz, R&B, and pop earned him a reputation to be among the edgier, even more tasteful players within the crossover jazz/NAC/clean jazz field. Even though some of Golub’s recordings had been played on clean jazz stations thoroughly, he was quoted as stating …

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Jasper Taylor

You have to like Jasper Taylor, only if because you can find more real wood blocks in his discography than are available in the rumpus space of the kindergarten. A grand older man from the first times of percussion in jazz, Taylor was also known for composing two of the …

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Charles Fambrough

Most widely known for his stint with Artwork Blakey’s Jazz Messengers, bassist Charles Fambrough led 3 quite effective all-star times for CTI which were filled up with his stimulating originals. He originally researched traditional piano but turned to bass when he was 13. In 1968, Fambrough started playing with regional …

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Joel Ryan

Analyzed with Jose Barroso (Mexican film composer and guitarist), Ravi and Lakshmi Shankar, Robert Ashley, David Behrman, and affected by live concerts of John Coltrane. Collaborated with composers and performers including George E. Lewis, Malcolm Goldstein, Evan Parker, Steina and Woody Vasulka, and “Blue” Gene Tyranny. Continues to be creating …

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Leon Patillo

Christian singer, songwriter, and keyboardist Leon Patillo got his begin in the professional music business when he fronted a band called Creation within the SAN FRANCISCO BAY AREA area in the past due ’60s and early ’70s. The music group, which ultimately became referred to as Leon’s Creation, was a …

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Charles Hackett

An exemplary Roméo in Gounod’s once immensely well-known Roméo et Juliette, tenor Charles Hackett achieved considerable popularity with many major businesses without learning to be a star from the initial order. Following preliminary research in his indigenous New Britain, he journeyed to Italy for even more study and produced his …

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John Digweed

Being a DJ, manufacturer, label owner, and membership promoter, John Digweed is greatly in charge of developing and popularizing the progressive home sound through the 1990s. Both single and along with his longtime cohort Sasha, Digweed provides released countless combine CDs, many of that have helped create the format. Continuously …

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Edna May

b. Edna Pettie, 2 Sept 1878, Syracuse, NY, USA, d. 1 January 1948, Lausanne, Switzerland. As a little child May made an appearance on stage in kids’s productions of musical comedies and operettas, before learning music at the brand new York Conservatory. In 1895 she produced her NY debut as …

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Franck Pourcel

French violinist Franck Pourcel is best-known for his jazzy string agreements of pop strikes, in addition to his lush easy hearing agreements and film ratings. Initially, Pourcel examined classical violin on the Paris Conservatoire, but he discovered the allure of jazz amazing. Specifically, he was an idol of Stephane Grappelli. …

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