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Chaz Jankel

Keyboardist Chas Jankel was an associate of Ian Dury & the Blockheads through the Uk funk/new influx band’s commercial maximum (the past due ’70s). First starting up with Dury within the pub group Kilburn & the Large Roads in the first area of the ’70s, Jankel was asked by Dury …

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Dennis Young

In the first 1980s, percussionist Dennis Young co-founded Liquid Liquid, a fresh York City-based quartet whose experimental groove-based tracks became a significant influence on hip-hop, post-punk, and dance music. Water Liquid released a small number of EPs on 99 Information, and in 1983, Grandmaster Adobe flash & Melle Mel centered …

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John Morales

Bronx local John Morales, a pioneering blending artist worth Dance Music Hall of Popularity induction, became associated with music before his teenagers, when he took a part-time placement at an archive shop. At his father’s club, he sometimes spun the information he gained and created his DJ’ing abilities, which resulted …

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Jerome Derradji

DJ, maker, compiler, and label operator Jerome Derradji started content spinning records at age 15 and was, initially, motivated most by jazz and spirit. Through the tail-end from the ’90s, home music captured his ears. In 2000, he relocated from his indigenous France to Chicago, Illinois and worked well at …

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High Fashion

A mixed (man/woman) trio that was the brainchild of Guadeloupe-born maker Jacques Fred Petrus, who moved to Bologna with dreams to become the Gamble & Huff of Italy; (while that didn’t happen), he do produce mentioned disco albums from the B.B.&Q. Music group, Modification, the Ritchie Family members, High Fashion, …

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Ron Hardy

Ron Hardy may be the just man who are able to check Frankie Knuckles’ position as the godfather of Chicago home music. Though he under no circumstances documented under his personal name and remaining little proof his existence, Hardy was the main name for Chicago dance music through the late …

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Midnight Star

The synth-funk unit Midnight Superstar scored many times within the charts through the mid-’80s, led by their double-platinum album No Car parking within the Dance Ground in 1983. One among the successful functions on Solar Information (also including Shalamar, Lakeside, as well as the Whispers), the group was created in …

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Peech Boys

Alternately referred to as the brand new York Citi Peech Boys or N.Con.C. Peech Males, this underground funk rock and roll unit recorded among the early strikes in the brand new York home/garage picture with 1981’s “Don’t Make Me Wait around.” Despite documenting for Western End and Isle in the …

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Lisa Fischer

American vocalist Lisa Fischer was initially heard being a background singer in early-’80s releases by Kleeer and D Teach. The indigenous of NY City’s Brooklyn borough debuted being a lead vocalist beneath the name Xēna with 1983’s “Over the Upside,” a vintage freestyle single. Through the entire remainder from the …

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