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David T. Chastain

Although guitarists such as for example Steve Vai, Joe Satriani, and Yngwie Malmsteen received the lion’s share of publicity and industrial success through the heyday of “guitar shredders” back the ’80s, David T. Chastain continues to be slugging it out for as long, however never achieved exactly the same level …

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MDC

Based in SAN FRANCISCO BAY AREA through the ’80s, MDC trumped the Dead Kennedys by carrying out politically billed hardcore punk which was arguably more extreme than what got the Kennedys into issues. Alternately referred to as Multi-Death Company, Millions of Lifeless Cops, or An incredible number of Damn Christians, …

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M.I.A.

Rescued from your brink by way of a well-timed proceed to Southern California, M.We.A. 1st got its begin like a NEVADA punk take action by the name of the Swell. After some lineup shifts along with a proceed to Orange Region, M.We.A. was created, and tracks had been recorded as …

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Honus Honus

Honus Honus is vocalist/songwriter/keyboardist Ryan Kattner. Though also known for his single output, he 1st produced his name as innovator from the Billboard-charting experimental rock-band Man Guy. Kattner created the group in Philadelphia in 2003 with guitarist/trumpeter Steven Dufala, bassist Clint Killingsworth, and drummer Tiberius Lyn. They produced their full-length …

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Jason Moran

Harlem citizen Jason Moran brings a distinctly artistic contact to his jazz compositions and piano using. The impressionistic strategy of visible and musical performers like Jean-Michel Basquiat and Maurice Ravel inspire Moran’s playing and composing design, on both his very own compositions and his use jazz contemporaries like Cassandra Wilson, …

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Joe Pass

Joe Move did the near-impossible. He could play up-tempo variations of bop music such as for example “Cherokee” and “How Great the Moon” unaccompanied on your guitar. Unlike Stanley Jordan, Move used regular (but outstanding) technique, and his Virtuoso series on Pablo still noises remarkable decades afterwards. Joe Move had …

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Joe Morris

Joe Morris can be an uncompromisingly primary guitarist following within the custom of various other conceptual free of charge jazz electric guitar innovators like Derek Bailey, Sonny Sharrock, Eugene Chadbourne, and Adam Ulmer. Nevertheless, Morris created his own exclusive approach to electric guitar playing, structure, and improvisation that is unlike …

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Charlie Mariano

Charlie Mariano’s profession can easily become split into two stages. In early stages he was a fixture in Boston, using Shorty Sherock (1948), Nat Pierce (1949-1950), and his very own groupings. After gigging using a music group co-led by Chubby Jackson and Costs Harris, Mariano toured with Stan Kenton’s Orchestra …

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Descendents

Fueled by “rejection, food, coffee, girls, angling and food,” the Descendents sprang up through the halcyon days of the LA punk scene; fusing the blind trend of hardcore with an unexpectedly wry, self-deprecating wit and a solid melodic sensibility that arranged them distinctly aside from their Western Coastline brethren, they …

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Lynne Arriale

Lynne Arriale gained her preliminary popularity when she won the 1993 International Great American Jazz Piano Competition and was immediately signed to DMP. An excellent advanced bop pianist, Arriale graduated from your Wisconsin Conservtory of Music and toured Japan in 1991 with “100 Golden Fingertips,” which matched up her alongside …

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