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McGill Manring Stevens

Merging the bizarre, funk-influenced sensibilities of bassist Michael Manring, guitarist Scott McGill, and drummer Vic Stevens, this trio provides a clever mixture of rock and roll, jazz, and lounge to make a psychedelic wonderland of strange music. The group initial came together if they discovered themselves focusing on lots of …

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Corrie van Binsbergen

Corrie vehicle Binsbergen is among the most notable electric powered guitarists within the Dutch creative music picture, whether concentrating on jazzy improvising, avant-gardist composing, or simply plain rocking it all up. A fiery soloist having a Zappa streak, she actually is probably most widely known as the first choice of …

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Akin Eldes

Turkish guitar heroes were not as lucky as their colleagues overseas. Solo record offers have become hard to acquire, label managers are clueless plenty of to inform them what things to play, due to financial problems they can not find appropriate possibilities to record and side-projects are unavoidable. In that …

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Alexey Kozlov

After years of earning an impact within the Soviet Union’s jazz underground, saxophonist Alexey Kozlov formed the Arsenal in the first ’70s. The music group, which became probably one of the most well-known jazz-rock organizations in the Soviet Union, released several LPs from 1976 to 1991. They were later on …

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Eg & Alice

Eg & Alice was the proverbial enigma wrapped within a mystery from the early-’90s Uk music scene, not merely because its music sensibility stood at such chances with the others of its Brit-pop peers but also as the duo either avoided or retreated through the limelight at every stage along …

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Les Projectionnistes

Montréal trombonist, composer, and bandleader Claude St-Jean was primarily known as the first choice of rollicking option brass music group L’Orkestre des Pas Perdus when he shaped Les Projectionnistes in 1996. A harder-edged ensemble that maintained L’Orkestre des Pas Perdus’ propulsive momentum and unforgettable graphs, Les Projectionnistes added a dosage …

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F-5

Jazz-rock ensemble F-5 took their name from a classification program for tornadoes (F-5 getting the most effective and lethal). Associates consist of keyboardist Tommy Stephenson, guitarist Michael Reese, bassist Stan Sheldon, and drummer Alex Velasquez; their various other performing credits consist of, variously, Joe Walsh, the Eagles, Tommy Bolin, Peter …

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Jupiter’s Child

Chicago jam music group Jupiter’s Kid were first shaped in 1991 under bassist Marcus Singletary while he was just an adolescent. A gifted musician from an early on age, he discovered several other equipment before buying the bass. Guitarist Mike Jula became a member of up with Singletary early, playing …

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Vital Tech Tones

Guitarist Scott Henderson moved from his local South Florida to LA in 1980, and formed the group Tribal Technology in the mid-’80s with bassist Gary Willis. Their jazz fusion result grew progressively harder-edged, especially using the improvements of keyboardist Scott Kinsey and drummer Kirk Covington in the first ’90s, but …

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Jon Catler

Jon Catler continues to be an advocate of microtonal music because the early ’80s. Unlike his primary affects Harry Partch and LaMonte Adolescent, he used the principles from the Simply Intonation program to rock and roll and jazz music, learning to be a rare exemplory case of a microtonal axe …

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