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Robyn

A global pop star — despite label issues that halted her career’s momentum many times — Sweden’s Robyn blends the gritty sound of American R&B using the sun-drenched pop of her homeland. Robyn’s initial global strike was 1997’s HAVE YOU ANY IDEA (WHAT MUST BE DONE), which strike the very …

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Walls of Jericho

Detroit, MI’s Wall space of Jericho weren’t just noteworthy because these were a metalcore music group having a screaming woman on vocals. Also, they are worth remembering simply because they adeptly well balanced old-school hardcore, thrash metallic, and “chugga-chugga” metalcore having a ferocity and commitment unmatched by a lot of …

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Franz Grothe

It sometimes seems, invest the the accounts of Hollywood’s music colony and its own associates’ lives in face value, as if every one of the talented associates from the German-speaking film music community still left when a single or another of both World Wars started to threaten. This is never …

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Graham Haynes

The son of drummer Roy Haynes, Graham Haynes was raised around jazz musicians; his Hollis, Queens, community was also house to Roy Eldridge, Milt Jackson, and Jaki Byard. Younger Haynes played within the same high-school music group as bassist Marcus Miller. In 1982, he started a link with saxophonist Steve …

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Carlton Livingston

Like a lot of Jamaican performers, singer Carlton Livingston was initially subjected to the joys of music in cathedral. Delivered in 1962 in St. Mary, Jamaica, Livingston sang in choirs and within an casual tranquility trio (which later on morphed into Understanding) before getting into the music business in earnest …

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Generoso “El Tojo” Jiménez

Even though trombone often gets short shrift behind vocals, flute as well as saxophone in Cuban music, Generoso “El Tojo” Jiménez is noteworthy among the best trombone players in Cuban history. He was created in the tiny city in Cruces, in what’s right now the province of Cienfuegos, on July …

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The Dismemberment Plan

Washington, D.C.-centered emo quartet the Dismemberment Plan — frontman Travis Morrison, guitarist Jason Caddell, bassist Eric Axelson, and drummer Joe Easley — debuted in 1994 using the solitary “Can We Be Adult?,” putting your signature on to DeSoto release a the full-length ! in nov 1995. The Dismemberment Strategy Is …

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Echo & the Bunnymen

Echo & the Bunnymen’s dark, swirling fusion of gloomy post-punk and Doors-inspired psychedelia brought the group a small number of Uk hits in the first ’80s, while attracting a cult pursuing in america. The Bunnymen grew from the Essential Three, a past due-’70s trio offering vocalist Ian McCulloch, Pete Wylie, …

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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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Conjunto Atardecer

Conjunto Atardecer were formed in Santa Maria del Oro, Durango, in Sept of 2000. Three from the founding people had been living and learning in the region. They had performed at area celebrations and celebrations, and soon discovered themselves playing nearly full-time. The three founders made a decision to include …

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