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Clouds

Clouds were a promising psychedelic-cum-prog-rock music group who never present the commercial achievement to complement their critical raves. As opposed to the majority of their contemporaries and competitors who hailed from Britain, the trio’s root base had been in Scotland and trailed back again to the middle-’60s. Ian Ellis (vocals) …

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Mungolian Jet Set

Spouting a cryptically convoluted cosmology that’s just as daffy and inscrutable as their genre-defying prog-disco concoctions, Norway’s Mungolian Plane Set pull their aesthetic cues from extraterrestrials, shamanic mysticism, and medieval Eurasian warlords, and their musical ones from left-field jazz, schlock exotica, cheesy ambient trance, Balearic electronica, and factors beyond. Fundamentally …

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David Leshare Watson

Vocalist, jazz drummer, composer, record firm professional, and a creator from the Sonoma Valley Jazz Culture a non-profit philanthropic firm, David Watson’s “things you can do” list is always long. Delivered in Florida, he transferred to one from the cauldrons of jazz, Philadelphia, when he was eight where he adsorbed …

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Lester Bangs

Nearly everyone acquainted with the work from the later, great Lester Bangs (his worn-out pulmonary and respiratory systems turn off in 1982 at age 33) knows him like a rock journalist for Creem, Rolling Stone, Village Voice, and countless additional magazines. Even though his crucial acumen, perspicacity, and acerbic wit …

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Exmagma

Exmagma was a briefly lived hippy oriented Krautrock trio using a jazzy space rock and roll sound. However the band’s discography provides yet to become reissued on Compact disc, these are certainly worth such treatment. Exmagma was produced in Stuutgart, Germany, by Andy Goldner (guitars, bass, sax, vocals), Thomas Balluff …

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Walter Bishop, Sr.

Whenever a man names his son after himself and affixes a “junior” by the end, the act is frequently done to get a noble purpose, generally to greatly help discographers who are buried below mounds of details. Arbitrarily getting rid of the “junior” from, state, the name of bebop pianist …

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Theo Croker

Trumpeter, composer, and arranger Theo Croker can be an adventurous musician whose adept abilities find him in the home using criteria, swinging post-bop, or even more groove-oriented electric powered jazz. A indigenous of Leesburg, Florida, Croker may be the grandson from the past due great jazz trumpeter Doc Cheatham. He …

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Elephant9

Norwegian intensifying/neo-psychedelic/jazz-rock trio Elephant9 shaped in Oslo throughout the talents of keyboardist Ståle Storløkken (Supersilent), bass participant Nikolai Eilertsen (Nationwide Bank), and drummer Torstein Lofthus (Glowing). The instrumental group’s heady mixture of middle-’70s Mls Davis, Deep Crimson, and Medeski, Martin & Hardwood has drawn significant praise from both jazz and …

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Fred Griffin

Like a lot of his jazz confrères, Fred Griffin was nurtured on the diet of jazz as a kid by his father’s love of jazz and his mother’s love of R&B as well as the blues. Developing up in Detroit, he was subjected to those good jazz performers that your …

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Harvey Brooks

New York-born musician Harvey Brooks has played in enough seminal recordings for just about any three professions, and, aside from being one of the most renowned bass players in well-known music and jazz during the last 4 decades from the 20th hundred years, was also folk-rock’s initial electric bass participant …

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