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Eddie Taylor

When you’re discussing the patented Jimmy Reed laconic shuffle audio, you’re discussing Eddie Taylor as much mainly because Reed himself. Taylor was the glue that held Reed’s lowdown grooves from dropping into severe disrepair. His rock-steady tempo guitar powered almost all of Reed’s Vee-Jay edges through the 1950s and early …

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Foetus

Regardless of the constant shifts in name (from Scraping Foetus From the Wheel to Foetus Über Frisco to Foetus All-Nude Revue) as well as the less frequent variations in aesthetics (all concentrated throughout the same unforgiving sonic attack), the music produced beneath the prolific Foetus umbrella is solely the merchandise …

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Cho-Liang Lin

Cho-Liang Lin (or, Jimmy, as he’s privately known) is considered to be among the finest & most thorough violin abilities to emerge within the last mentioned fifty percent of the 20th hundred years. Delivered in Taiwan in January 1960, he was presented with a gadget violin by his parents as …

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Frank Assunto

The Italian community in New Orleans continues to be the source of several active musicians, as well as the name from the Assunto family will undoubtedly arise from any tally. Between the siblings of trumpeter Frank Assunto had been a set of sisters who shined on piano and woodwinds, and …

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Geater Davis

Geater Davis was among the South’s great shed soul performers, an impassioned stylist whose tone of voice was a combined mix of sweetness and sandpaper grit. Much like the blues-drenched loves of Johnnie Taylor or, specifically, Bobby “Blue” Bland, Davis finished up even more of the cult designer than deep …

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Claudine Longet

Although French chanteuse Claudine Longet documented some bewitchingly ethereal albums that are very much revered by today’s aficionados of clean, advanced ’60s pop, among everyone her career like a performer was ultimately dwarfed from the events of her personal life, most regrettably the 1976 shooting which killed her boyfriend, skiing …

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Felice Taylor

Within the mid-’60s, pre-stardom Barry White created singer Felice Taylor, whose vocals were similar to Diana Ross, for Bob Keane’s R&B label Bronco Reports. Taylor’s just Billboard-charting one was “IT MIGHT BE Wintertime Outside (However in My Center It’s Springtime),” achieving amount 44 R&B, amount 42 play early 1967 (her …

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Coupé Cloué

An enigmatic guitarist and singer, Coupé Cloué acquired this nickname (translated as “kickout”) from his prowess over the soccer field. He’s well-known, or rather notorious, for his lyrics filled with sexual double-entendres, lengthy “raps” which range from risqué to intimate, and public satire. His “compas mamba” (peanut compas) appear very …

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Everett Barksdale

A guitarist who hardly ever got that comfortable on guitar might seem an unlikely choice for the 20th century electric guitar hero. But if musical heroics are judged on the player’s versatility, as well as the causing plethora of performances and documenting credits, after that Everett Barksdale could have the …

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James Jamerson

Legendary Motown bassist James Jamerson single-handedly revolutionized bass playing. Through the entire entire traditional Motown catalog (plus some non-Motown edges), Jamerson designed a fresh inventive design of bass playing and brought what have been deemed by some being a “minimal” instrument towards the forefront by using the electrical Fender bass, …

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