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Dennis Chambers

A drummer whose propulsive design and flexibility have allowed him to try out in combos or huge groups, and use fusion and hard bop bandleaders, Dennis Chambers in addition has released two periods as a head. He’s also documented and used Bob Berg, Costs Evans (sax), Victor Bailey, Bob Belden, …

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Oz Noy

Israeli-born guitarist Oz Noy is usually a intensifying and iconoclastic artist who includes several designs into his personal work, including funk, rock, blues, and jazz. Having performed from a age group, Noy was an in-demand studio room musician by his early twenties. A proceed to NEW YORK in 1996 ultimately …

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Humberto Ramírez

A wide-ranging trumpeter, arranger and composer, Humberto Ramirez is comfortable performing straight-ahead Latin jazz (on his single produces for Tropi-Jazz) aswell as producing and arranging for the larger brands in Latin dance, including Tony Vega, Johnny Rivera and Brenda K. Starr. Ramirez started his professional profession playing trumpet in the …

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Geoff Keezer

Geoff Keezer was only 17 when he became the final pianist in Artwork Blakey’s Jazz Messengers (1988-1990), an ideal gig for the talented hard bop musician who suit right along with the custom of Horace Sterling silver, Bobby Timmons, Cedar Walton, Adam Williams, and Benny Green. Since Blakey’s loss of …

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Gene Page

Arranger Gene Page’s appealing orchestrations were a hallmark of million-selling strikes by Barry Light, various Motown works, Johnny Mathis & Deniece Williams, Whitney Houston, Peaches & Natural herb, Kenny Rogers, the Righteous Brothers, Aretha Franklin, Elton John, the Whispers, Gladys Knight, and a slew of others. Web page arranged the …

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Eddie Gale

Having created his skills between the cream of New York’s hard bop players, Eddie Gale helped band in jazz’s controversial brand-new thing through the 1960s and 1970s on some influential produces. His motivated trumpet playing graced Cecil Taylor’s Device Buildings, Larry Young’s Of Peacefulness and Appreciate and some recordings and …

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El-P

El-P, aka Un Producto, is among hip-hop’s many obstinate and adventurous pioneers, combining a lo-fi old-school visual using a progressive rock and roll musician’s inclination to push limitations. He hasn’t succumbed to the needs of commercial rap, instead selecting to pursue his very own decidedly noncommercial path. In the middle-’90s, …

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Disillusion

Produced in Leipzig, Germany, in 1994, Disillusion began playing pretty standard death/thrash steel and issuing many demos to small interest prior to the decade went away, before actually heading their split ways by 1998, when non-e of these acquired seduced any record label benefit. However, the primary duo of vocalist/guitarist …

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Edgar Meyer

The masterful skills of Edgar Meyer — whether as bassist or composer; in bluegrass, traditional, or a variety of styles — gained him a MacArthur “genius offer” in 2002, but that’s not the just accomplishment of the extraordinary musician. Meyer generally credits his dad, a high-school string music movie director, …

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Spock’s Beard

Spock’s Beard began in 1992 when brothers Neal (business lead vocals) and Al Morse (electric guitar) teamed up with drummer Nick D’Virgilio. After self-financing their initial record, bassist Dave Meros became a member of, as well as the Light was documented in 1994. Comprising four lengthy music, this debut record …

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