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Charlie Musselwhite

Harmonica wizard Norton Buffalo may recollect a leaner period when his record collection have been whittled right down to only the bare necessities: The Paul Butterfield Blues Music group and Stand Back again! Here Shows up Charley Musselwhite’s South Aspect Music group. Butterfield and Musselwhite is going to be permanently …

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Lyzanxia

Anjou, France’s Lyzanxia were founded in 1996 with the Potvin brothers, David (vocals, lead electric guitar) and Franck (vocals, tempo electric guitar), and by the next season, had a full-length demonstration (deceptively entitled Lullaby) at hand to look to record labels. But there have been up to now no takers …

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Joey Pastrana

A fierce timbales participant who recorded many LPs for Cotique through the later ’60s, Joey Pastrana was fluent within the then-current fads of Latin spirit and boogaloo but additionally ended up using some amazingly jazzy Latin music during his profession. Of his work with Cotique, Joey en Carnavale as well …

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Tyrant

A DJing and creation group, the Tyrant audio system comprises Craig Richards (b. 1966, Bournemouth, Hampshire, Britain) and Lee Burridge, who in the beginning increased to prominence within Sasha’s ‘Tyrant’ evenings by the end golf club in London. Then they moved on to some residency at Fabric, in addition to …

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Erroll Garner

Perhaps one of the most distinctive of most pianists, Erroll Garner proved that it had been possible to be always a sophisticated participant without focusing on how to learn music, a creative jazz musician can be quite popular without watering straight down his music, and that it’s possible to stay …

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Doyle Bramhall II

Doyle Bramhall II was created in Austin, Tx on Dec 24, 1968, and his father, Doyle Bramhall, Sr., performed drums with several bands, including Tx Surprise, which he co-led with Jimmie Vaughan. Taking on your guitar, Doyle II implemented his father in to the globe of the blues, touring with …

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Tubeway Army

Following a couple lineup shuffles, Tubeway Military — Gary Numan (aka Valeriun), Paul Gardiner (aka Scarlett), and Numan’s uncle Jess Lidyard (aka Rael) — debuted in February of 1978 with “That’s As well Bad” on Beggars Banquet, a furious fusion of punk and pop, but darkly cold and clinical. Throughout …

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Vessel

The project of Bristol, England’s Seb Gainsborough, Vessel expands on his hometown’s legacy of pioneering producers with ever-shifting components of techno, home, garage, dubstep, ambient, and industrial music. An integral part of the Teen Echo collective, which also contains El Child and Kahn & Zhou, Vessel debuted officially in 2011 …

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General Midi

General Midi, or Paul Crossman, who also performed beneath the name Liquid, came out from the Bristol club scene, creating a splash when he became resident DJ in the Shimmy Golf club in 1994. His mixture of breakbeat with nu-skool, electronica, home, and hip-hop produced him a favorite take action, …

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Vicious Rumors

American power metallers Vicious Rumors may possibly not be superstars, however the group deserve credit to be true with their musical identity and consistently delivering heartfelt, fashion-resistant music that their fans clearly appreciate. Vicious Rumours had been shaped in 1980 in Santa Rosa, California, by guitarist Geoff Thorpe. Filling in …

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