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‘Big’ Jim Wynn

b. 21 June 1912, Un Paso, Tx, USA, d. 1976, LA, California, USA. After shifting to LA as a kid, Wynn started his musical tuition on clarinet before switching to tenor sax and playing appropriately using the music group of Charlie Echols. In 1936, Wynn got his very own music …

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Al Fairweather

b. Alastair Fairweather, 12 June 1927, Edinburgh, Scotland, d. 21 June 1993. After a short flirtation using the trombone, Fairweather resolved over the trumpet even though still at college started playing jazz. Amongst his companions at Edinburgh Royal SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL had been pianist Stan Greig and clarinettist Sandy Dark …

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Victor Cross

b. 21 June 1960, London, Britain, d. 9 Sept 2000, Orleans, France. Multi-instrumentalist Combination was the 4th of seven siblings, a lot of whom possess enjoyed effective musical professions within the united kingdom reggae sector. By the first 80s he was focusing on documenting sessions using the Mad Teacher at …

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Winfield Parker

A vocalist valued among listeners of deep spirit and traditional gospel as well, Winfield Parker came up as a saxophonist in Maryland/D.C.-region groups like the Veejays and Sammy Fitzhugh & the Moroccans. Ahead of launching a single profession, he also performed behind Small Richard and led a music group known …

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Mancow

The shock-jock craze from the ’90s might have been spearheaded by Howard Stern, but he was definately not the only person in the limelight; among his many prominent rivals was Chicago’s Mancow, who tempered the crude laughter, intense putdowns, and outrageous stunts common from the genre with an opinionated, Bible-thumping …

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Dan Fogel

Solidly in the type of the fantastic Hammond B-3 jazz players like Jimmy Smith, Groove Holmes, Jimmy McGriff, and Outdoors Bill Davis who emerged in the 1950s, Dan Fogel caught the B-3 bug early. Delivered June 21, 1948, in Atlantic Town, NJ, Fogel could place claim to getting Jackie Gleason’s …

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Arthur Prysock

Arthur Prysock was perfectly in the home performing jazz, blues, or R&B, but his smooth-as-silk baritone produced him a superbly effective (and underappreciated) pop crooner in the way of his key impact, Billy Eckstine. Prysock was created January 2, 1929, in Spartanburg, SC, and was the sibling of saxophonist Crimson …

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Jaime Urrutia

Vocalist/guitarist Jaime Urrutia gained reputation as an associate of Ejecutivos Agresivos and frontman in the favorite rock and roll trio Gabinete Caligari, two organizations connected with Spain’s Movida Madrileña countercultural motion. Though the motion also created such popular rings as Derribos Arias and Decima Victima, Urrutia is regarded as probably …

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Mike Jackson

Keyboardist and bandleader Mike Jackson proved along with his memorable 1994 Revenge of Mister Mopoji that he was zero typical background program man from your smooth soul times of the O’Jays. Jackson offers continued to relate with newer moments in soul directly into the hip-hop period, inviting evaluations with another …

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Jim Wynn

Saxophonist and bandleader Jim Wynn was created June 21, 1912, in Un Paso, TX, but was raised in LA, where his initial device was the clarinet. Switching to tenor saxophone, he started his professional profession with Charlie Echols and was a sideman on a huge selection of Western world Coastline …

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