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Cheryl Lynn

Possibly the lone artist who got her start The Gong Present and continued to be credible, Cheryl Lynn’s searing, frequently fascinating voice and great range were showcased in some marvelous dance hits in the later ’70s and early ’80s. She authorized with Columbia in 1978, and her debut LP Cheryl …

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Jah Shaka

An enigmatic and highly person performer on the united kingdom sound system picture, Jah Shaka (his actual name remains a secret) was included with his parents to the united kingdom from Jamaica at age eight, settling in southern east London. Succumbing to his enthusiasm for music, he started his career …

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Chente Barrera

A indigenous of San Antonio, TX, Chente Barrera began his music profession through the early ’90s like a tejano program staple, financing backing vocals and drums to recordings from artists including Juan Manuel, Laura Canales, Gary Hobbs, and Shelly Lares. After touring with Jay Perez and composing materials for Bobby …

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Chocolate Milk

A FRESH Orleans funk and soul ensemble who enjoyed moderate success within the middle-’70s, Chocolate Dairy documented for RCA from 1975 to 1983. Their roster included business lead vocalist Frank Richard, saxophonist Amandee Castenell, trumpeter Joe Foxx, keyboardist Robert Dabon, guitarist Mario Tio, and drummer Dwight Richards. Their finest songs …

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Klee

German electronic pop music group Klee shaped in Köln in 1998. Originally founded beneath the name Ralley, frontwoman Suzie Kerstgens, guitarist Tom Deininger, and keyboardist Sten Servaes followed the Klee moniker carrying out a short 2002 hiatus, borrowing the name honoring expressionist painter Paul Klee in addition to its British …

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Grupo Ladrón

Riding to popularity by staying near to the pop part of onda grupera, Ladrón (in British, Thief) has discovered itself adored throughout central Mexico as well as the Midwestern U.S., while ironically keeping a minimal profile in its indigenous Monterrey, where norteño reigns supreme. Group movie director and guitarist Sergio …

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Lace

Contemporary nation vocal trio Lace comprised Beverley Mahood, Giselle and Stacey Lee Repar, who replaced first member Corbi Dyann. Their self-titled debut disk appeared on manufacturer David Foster’s 143 Information in nov 1999.

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Labi Siffre

London-born singer Labi Siffre offers spent his career wearing down boundaries. The openly homosexual singer built a little cult pursuing with functions that dealt squarely with homophobia and racism. Furthermore to his many albums, the multi-talented Siffre offers written many books of poetry and in addition has created for the …

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Black Star

Marcus Garvey, creator from the united Negro Improvement Association manifested his concepts by creating the Dark Star shipping range, made to repatriate blacks to Africa. Garvey’s politics vision not merely motivated Mos Def and Talib Kweli’s music group name, but a lot of their thematic worries regarding the African-American community. …

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Blackmore’s Night

Legendary Deep Crimson and Rainbow guitarist Ritchie Blackmore (b. Apr 14, 1945, Weston-super-Mare, Britain) shifted his musical concentrate from hard rock and roll in the past due ’90s and began focusing on his like of Renaissance-era music. He created Blackmore’s Night time along with his fiancée, vocalist/lyricist Candice Night time …

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