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The Modern Mandolin Quartet

This ensemble was formed within the mid-’80s because the brainchild of Mike Marshall, an internationally acclaimed mandolin player most widely known for his use David Grisman and Montreux. Marshall wanted ways to provide respectability to a musical instrument mainly known for bluegrass and quaint folk music. Toward this end, he …

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3rd Force

Among the mainstays of the bigger Octave label, 3rd Pressure can be an instrumental trio made up of multi-instrumentalists William Aura (also the group’s maker and main composer), Craig Dobbin, and Alain Eskinasi, in addition varied and frequent visitor musicians. 3rd Pressure is somewhat more eclectic than most performers who …

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John Luttrell

Vocalist/songwriter/multi-instrumentalist John Luttrell information ambient modern music and in addition operates his personal record label (OtterSong Information), studio room (OtterSong Studios), and multimedia creation company (BasisMedia). Created in 1957 in Anaco, Venezuela, the flexible, gifted musician offers lived across the world during his life-span, including such countries as Libya, Nigeria, …

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Rhonda Larson

A onetime person in the Paul Winter season Consort, progressive flutist Rhonda Larson produced her solo debut in 1999 with Free of charge as a Parrot.

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The Stereo

The Stereo system plays catchy rock and roll using the levity of Weezer, blending pop-punk using the big, honest super rock and roll of groupings like Trip and only a hint from the heartfelt, piano romping of Billy Joel. The group started in 1999 when two music artists — Jamie …

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Omar Faruk Tekbilek

A Turkish composer and instrumentalist, Omar Faruk Tekbilek later on moved to NY. He collaborated with guitarist Brian Keane on three albums, Suleyman the Wonderful Sdtrk., Firedance and Beyond the Sky. Tekbilek in addition has caused Michael Askill on Fata Morgana and it has released a single recording of Middle …

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Michael William Gilbert

Composer Michael William Gilbert mixes world music affects into his warm, electronic soundscapes. He grew up in Connecticut and Brussels, where he 1st noticed the music of Africa and East Asia, along with the digital music of Edgard Varèse and Pierre Henry. Back the U.S., Gilbert analyzed electrical executive and …

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Michael Whalen

Michael Whalen was created in 1965 and was raised in Washington, D.C., where he performed in a number of orchestras, rings, and experimental efficiency groups. He researched music in the Interlochen Middle for the Arts, Berklee University of Music, New Britain Conservatory, as well as the College or university of …

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Pat Kilroy

Pat Kilroy was probably one of the most little-known singer/songwriters to record for Elektra Information in the 1960s, issuing just one single album, 1966’s Light of Day time. It’s a unusual record, using the folk-blues foundation common to numerous performers from the era right before they leapt into folk-rock, but …

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The Lothars

Jon Bernhardt and Kris Thompson were inspired to generate the Lothars after viewing the film, Theremin: AN ELECTRIC Odyssey. The film was a documentary on the life span of Leon Theremin as well as the self-named device he created that could become essential in to the advancement of digital music. …

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