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Harry Chapin

Harry Chapin’s profession as a favorite singer/songwriter was trim short by a car incident in 1981, yet he left out some recordings that his followers continue steadily to treasure years after his loss of life. Chapin was by no means a critically acclaimed vocalist/songwriter. Critics accused him of over-sentimentalizing his …

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Gondwana

While reggae may be generally connected with Jamaica and Africa, the impact of Bob Marley and root base reggae has traveled the planet, even into SOUTH USA where it inspired the forming of Gondwana, a Chilean music group which has slowly produced an impact around the world. Shaped in 1987, …

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Danny!

While SC manufacturer/MC Danny! declares himself “A Tribe Known as Quest on acidity, or EPMD on LSD,” he’s a lot more organic than that. Delivered to armed forces parents in the summertime of 1983, Danny Swain never really had enough time to develop roots in virtually any particular region. With …

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Glenn Underground

Glenn Underground is among the deepest from the deep home producers, subsequent Larry Heard’s common Chicago tracks along with his very own earthy grooves, even more closely aligned towards the religious shades of disco than even modern home music. Actually, his bootleg remix from the prototype disco one — Donna …

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DTTX

Through the entire 1990s, DTTX continued to be a great contributer to Lighter Shade of Brown’s success, both like a producer so when a rapper, producing him one of the most renowned Chicano rappers in the overall game. Also associated with the reduced Profile Gangstas, DTTX proceeded to go solo …

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Girls Against Boys

Girls Against Kids’ dual-bass assault and Scott McCloud’s wheezy sing-speak vocals (similar to the Fall’s Tag E. Smith) produce a lively, if sometimes loud, sound that could most likely annoy listeners if it weren’t for the D.C. band’s great Fugazi-influenced tracks. Girls Against Kids’ 1989 debut recording, Tropic of Scorpio, …

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Honeycut

After meeting through mutual friends, Bart Davenport, Hervé “RV” Salters, and Tony Sevener, most of whom have been involved with various Bay Region projects, made a decision to meet in Salters’ home studio and find out what they could create collectively musically. With Davenport on vocals (he previously sung using …

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Euros Childs

Euros Childs’ playfully eccentric music vision first found the eye of discerning listeners within the ’90s, when he was the first choice of Gorky’s Zygotic Mynci, the Welsh neo-psychedelic group who all gained a potent Euro following and a little but vocal cult following in america. The group continued a …

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Hans Theessink

Austria-based acoustic and electrical folk musician and bluesman brings a freshness of appreciation towards the American blues idiom, be it classic blues through the ’20s and ’30s or even more modern metropolitan blues from Chicago through the ’50s and ’60s. Theessink’s discography greater than 20 albums — all released in …

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Young Idea

This UK duo featured Tony Cox (b. 10 November 1945, London, Britain) and Douglas Ugo Granville Allesandro MacRae-Brown (b. 17 Apr 1947, Florence, Italy). MacRae-Brown, a modern of Jonathan Ruler at Charterhouse Open public School, fulfilled Cox at college or university. The duo after that forged a songwriting collaboration and, …

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