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Barclay James Harvest

Barclay Wayne Harvest was, for quite some time, probably one of the most hard fortune clothes in progressive rock and roll. A quartet of solid rock and roll music artists — John Lees, acoustic guitar, vocals; Les Holroyd, bass, vocals; Stuart “Wooly” Wolstenholme, keyboards, vocals; and Mel Pritchard, drums — …

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Le Mystère des Voix Bulgares

The Mysterious Voices of Bulgaria participate in The Country wide Radio And Tv Chorus, the premier women’s choir popularized worldwide with the efforts of ethnomusicologist Marcel Cellier. His recordings, released on various transfer labels before showing up on Nonesuch, produced a large splash in traditional western Europe and the united …

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James Hunter

Adam Hunter is among the best (and something of the couple of) Uk blue-eyed soul performers to emerge in the late 20th hundred years. Hunter started his root base music career within the 1980s beneath the name Howlin’ Wilf. His single recordings feature tempo & blues within the design of …

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Joe Farrell

Joe Farrell’s CTI albums of 1970-1976, which combined jointly his hard bop design with some pop and fusion components, produced him briefly well-liked by listeners unfamiliar with his previous work. Farrell started playing clarinet when he was 11 and, after graduating from the School of Illinois in 1959, he transferred …

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Leahy

Previously referred to as the Leahy Family, this Celtic pop group from Lakefield, Ontario, features nine Leahy siblings — from oldest to youngest: singer/songwriter Julie, bassist Siobheann, fiddler Donnell, guitarist Maria, drummer Frank, pianist Agnes, fiddler Doug, pianist Erin, and fiddler Angus. The siblings, with their parents (Frank and Julie) …

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Chuck Prophet

Chuck Prophet strike the road right out of senior high school within the ’80s using the psychedelic root base music group Green on Crimson, and he never looked back again. Furthermore to working being a vocalist/songwriter, guitarist, bandleader, and collaborator with performers as varied as Wedding cake, Kim Carnes, Solomon …

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Cindy Lee Berryhill

Among the essential early figures within the ’80s anti-folk motion, vocalist and songwriter Cindy Lee Berryhill’s music combines a deeply personal perspective and an edgy wit leavened having a compassion for the entire world around her. Berryhill was created on June 12, 1965 within the Metallic Lake community of LA, …

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Jack Sheldon

Among the great jokesters in jazz (whose spontaneous monologues are seeing that hilarious because they are tasteless), Jack port Sheldon’s personality offers sometimes overshadowed his excellent trumpet using and effective vocals. Sheldon began using professionally at age group 13. He transferred to LA in 1947, became a member of the …

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Craig Chaquico

Through the ’70s and ’80s, guitarist/songwriter Craig Chaquico performed lead guitar with the favorite rock-band Jefferson Starship (which later became Starship). In 1993, he released his initial adult modern acoustic work, Acoustic Highway. Chaquico, a musician since youth, started skillfully in nightclubs at age group 14. He started his association …

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Copeland

Playing moody but thoughtful indie rock and roll using a literate lyrical perspective, Copeland was shaped by pianist, guitarist, and singer Aaron Marsh, and bassist and support vocalist James Likeness. Longtime close friends Marsh and Likeness both known as Lakeland, Florida house, and both began focusing on materials collectively in …

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