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Lara Martelli

Delivered in Rome for an Italian dad and a Finnish mom, Lara Martelli was raised immersed in the arts, learning both dance and tone of voice young as well as receiving her initial recording agreement before she turned 16. In 1997 she participated in the Sanremo Celebration in the lately …

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Mono

Japanese experimental group Mono came together in 2000, choosing to forgo vocals and concentrate instead in atmospheric, classical-inspired rock music. The foursome, bassist Tamaki (the lone feminine in the group), drummer Yasunori Takada, and guitarists Takaakira “Taka” Goto and Yoda, released their initial full-length record, Beneath the Pipal Tree, in …

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Ian Crause

Fitting the mildew of the fantastic lost rock-band, Disco Inferno forged new paths but reached few ears throughout their existence. Nevertheless, the band’s result — specifically their singles and second LP DI Proceed Pop, which is usually towards the sampler what Electric powered Ladyland is usually to your guitar — …

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Steve Mason

The songscrap producer and haunted vocalist who made the Beta Music group among the brightest lighting in Great Britain’s post-Brit-pop world, Steve Mason was created in Edinburgh and formed the group through the middle-’90s. The Beta Music group was originally a duo comprising Mason and Gordon Anderson, although Anderson remaining …

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Fuller & Kaz

Craig Fuller and Eric Kaz teamed up because of this one-off task following the separation of their earlier music group American Flyer. The music group split after two enjoyable but commercially unsatisfactory attempts for United Performers in the middle-’70s. As an associate of Pure Prairie Little league for just two …

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Helene

Being created and raised inside a blue-collar community in North London drove young Helene to get refuge from urban life’s unpleasantries in music. Influenced by her mother’s like from the Smiths and related British organizations, Helene began discovering her personal musical tone of voice at an extremely early age. She …

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English National Opera

1 of 2 opera businesses situated in the London region, the English Country wide Opera can track its roots back again to the establishment of a vintage Vic-based theater firm in 1912 by Lilian Baylis. The business would continue to be the Vic-Wells Opera Firm in the 1930s, before spending …

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Johnny Vincent

Johnny Vincent was the creator of Ace Information, among the pioneering forces in New Orleans R&B. Blessed John Vincent Imbruglio in Hattiesburg, MS, on Oct 3, 1927, as a teenager he gained pocket cash by selling utilized information retired from his parents’ restaurant’s jukebox, charging a nickel apiece — with …

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F.J. McMahon

Santa Barbara, CA, designer F.J. McMahon released a rare recording, Spirit from the Golden Juice, in the past due ’60s in the easygoing, though reserved and somewhat dark, folk-rock, early vocalist/songwriter style.

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The Visitors

The Visitors were today’s jazz quintet out of Philadelphia led by saxophone-playing brothers Carl Grubbs (alto) and Earl Grubbs (tenor and soprano) and in addition featuring Sid Simmons on piano, John Goldsmith on drums, and a Stanley Clarke on bass. Carl and Earl in fact required sax lessons in the …

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