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Nalin & Kane

German trance duo Nalin & Kane scored an enormous international strike record in 1997, “Beachball,” which place them within the big leagues of trance companies, alongside various other popular trance companies from Germany like DJ Taucher and ATB. Nalin & Kane have been making tracks for a long time before …

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Kay-Gee’s

A funk clothing formed in Shirt Town, NJ, Kay-Gee’s had some handy mentors in Kool & the Gang — specifically Ronald Bell, who was simply pleased to serve as maker, arranger, and sometimes songwriter for his younger sibling Kevin’s band. Furthermore to Kevin Bell on acoustic guitar and several additional …

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Rick James

In the later ’70s, once the fortunes of Motown Details appeared to be flagging, Rick James arrived and rescued the business, offering funky hits that updated the label’s style and noticed it through in to the mid-’80s. In fact, James have been with Motown previously, though nothing got come from …

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Los Rieleros del Norte

Because the ’80s, los Rieleros del Norte have already been among the top bands in traditional Mexican music. Their area of expertise is certainly norteño, an exuberant, frequently sentimental trend that is also called conjunto or Tex-Mex. Norteño may be the Spanish phrase for “north” and Mexicans make reference to …

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Kassav’

The zouk scene evolved from a studio project by Guadeloupian Pierre-Edouard Decimus, who got shifted to Paris in the past due ’70s following an exceptionally successful career as co-leader from the legendary cadence band Les Vikings de la Guadeloupe. Enlisting the solutions of his sibling Georges and Paris studio room …

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Los Straitjackets

Combining the familiar seems of Dick Dale, Duane Eddy, as well as the Endeavors, Los Straitjackets generate their very own version of energetic browse guitar twang, filled with Mexican wrestling masks. Los Straitjackets started in the summertime of 1988. Eddie Angel (acoustic guitar), L.J. “Jimmy” Lester (drums), and Danny Amis …

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Pitbull

Once the Southern-flavored party rap known as crunk took more than urban radio, Miami rapper and future superstar Pitbull decided it had been time to look for stardom. Just how Pitbull noticed it, “crunk ain’t nothin’ but bass music slowed up.” Miami bass music, that’s, the type Pitbull was raised …

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Los Humildes

This band was in charge of a movement in musical influence from North to South as opposed to the other way around, as may be the norm in Latin music. The brothers Ayala created the music group with accordion and key pad participant Rudy Flores in California in 1972. The …

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Raphy Leavitt

b. 17 Sept 1948, Puerta De Tierra, San Juan, Puerto Rico. All rounder salsa music group head, pianist, arranger, composer, manufacturer Raphy Leavitt shaped his initial music group, known as Los Señoriales, when he is at his early teenagers. In 1966, he arranged another group, called La Banda Latina. At …

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Masters Of The Hemisphere

Athens, Georgia-based indie pop combo Experts from the Hemisphere were founded in 1996 by performers/songwriters Sean Rawls and Bren Mead, longtime close friends who by senior high school were already veterans of some rings including Jasper’s Arm, Vetran, Volcano Clutch, Eat Grain on Fri, and Linus, most of them documented …

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