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Clarence Cooper

Virginia-born gospel and blues singer Clarence Cooper is among the oft-overlooked figures in the past due-’50s/early-’60s folk music boom. He started his recording profession in the ’50s, having a 10″ recording within the Elektra label entitled Goin’ Later on, documented in 1954, and later on appeared within the label’s New …

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Curtiss Maldoon

Made up of guitarists and singer/songwriters Dave Curtiss and Clive Maldoon, the duo, Curtiss Maldoon, produced several ordinary, low-key rock and roll albums in the first ’70s and so are now most appreciated because of their associations with a lot more well-known musicians. Curtiss (on bass) and Maldoon had been …

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Andy Davis

Elevated in Baton Rouge, LA, Nashville-based alt-pop songwriter, singer, and pianist Andy Davis includes a strong, melodic feeling that harks back again to the classic composing of artists like Paul Simon, Billy Joel, and Stevie Wonder, and his distinctive tenor provides his compositions a lot of nuance and space to …

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Tim Dawe

Experienced he recorded his best-known melody, “Junkie John,” a couple of months earlier, Tim Dawe (true name: Jerry Penrod) may have been a celebrity. A catchy, psychedelic folk-rock tune, it experienced begun obtaining radio airplay when the FCC started to split down on drug-oriented recordings. Channels halted playing the solitary, …

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Wolf Biermann

Authoring Wolf Biermann is usually a complex job. This German vocalist, songwriter, and poet could be known as the most well-known, controversial, adored, and hated designer of post-war Germany, a scathing critic from the “actual socialism” which ultimately collapsed by the end from the ’80s. He might for some reason …

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Henri Dès

You start with his full-length recording debut in 1977, Henri Dès was being among the most successful Francophone children’s music singer/songwriters of his period. Given birth to Henri Destraz on Dec 14, 1940, in Renens, Vaud, Switzerland, he relocated to Paris in 1960 with expectations of becoming a specialist musician. …

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Brian Protheroe

Most widely known in Britain while an actor who also sustained a profession on display and stage for more than four years, Brian Protheroe can be known for a clutch of soft rock and roll records he produced as a vocalist/songwriter in the ’70s. Specifically, Protheroe was known for “Pinball,” …

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Eivør Pálsdóttir

One accusation no-one can level against Eivør Pálsadóttir is that she’s stayed within a rut. Actually, there has been such an assortment to her music that it is impossible to anticipate her following move. Blessed in 1983 in the administrative centre from the Faroe Islands (which participate in Denmark), she …

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Carlo Marrale

Most widely known for his function in Matia Bazar, guitarist, vocalist, and songwriter Carlo Marrale was created in Genova in 1952. In 1973, alongside guitarist Piero Cassano and bassist Aldo Stellita, he produced the group Plane, who, after an unsuccessful attempt at that year’s Sanremo Celebration, decided to link up …

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Mads Langer

A recognised singer/songwriter in his house nation of Denmark and beyond, the multi-instrumentalist Mads Langer was created in 1984 in the northern city of Skive. A brooding, heart-on-sleeve performer in the vein of Jeff Buckley and Thom Yorke, Langer discovered his art by dividing his early years between learning the …

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