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The Cardinals

The Cardinals, early balladeers that few remember, recorded 12 singles for Atlantic Information (their just label) between 1951 and 1957. They debuted with “Shouldn’t I UNDERSTAND,” a willowy ballad having a prominent business lead guitar, restricted harmonies, along with a deep bass; business lead Ernie Warren impressed listeners on the …

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Nito Mestre

Vocalist/songwriter from Argentina Nito Mestre started finding involved with music while taking part in a college music group called La Indignación del Siglo. Immediately after conference regional musician Charly García, he made a decision to create a brand-new project called Sui Generis. Following the band split up in Sept of …

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Bull Moose Jackson

Allegedly, Benjamin Jackson resembled a bull moose. A minimum of, that’s just what a few wags in Lucky Millinder’s music group thought — as well as the colourful moniker stuck. Until after that, he was Benjamin Jackson, nonetheless it was as Bull Moose that he lit in the R&B graphs …

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Alan Broadbent

An unsung hero from the acoustic piano, Alan Broadbent is an extremely lyrical and melodic bebopper/post-bopper that has cited Costs Evans, Wynton Kelly, Tommy Flanagan, Nat “Ruler” Cole, and Red Garland as a few of his beloved pianists. Elevated in New Zealand, he shifted to Boston in 1966 to review …

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Brook Benton

Silky simple: which was Brook Benton’s byword from his initial record to his very last, because the singer parlayed his wealthy baritone pipes into seven number 1 R&B hits and 8 TOP items. Stints in the gospel circuit preceded Benton’s initial secular program for Okeh in 1953, but his profession …

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Bryan Ferry

While his tenure because the frontman for the legendary Roxy Music continued to be his towering achievement, singer Bryan Ferry also carved out an effective solo career that continued within the lush, sophisticated manner perfected around the group’s final documents. Born Sept 26, 1945, in Washington, Britain, Ferry, the child …

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Aled Jones

Referred to as a vocalist who — generally — specific in religious and inspirational functions, Aled Jones (delivered Dec 29, 1970 in Bangor, Wales) was also a familiar tone of voice in U.K. traditional radio and a contestant on the ballroom dance competition reality present. Agreed upon to a documenting …

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Xavier Naidoo

Xavier Naidoo was the leading German R&B singer of his era. Born Oct 2, 1971, in Mannheim, he spent the greater section of adolescence carrying out in college glee clubs, chapel choirs, and novice musicals, starting his professional profession singing marketing jingles. In 1993, Naidoo released his debut LP, Viewing …

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Atlantic Starr

Atlantic Starr was among the very best urban modern acts from the ’80s and fared very well in the mature contemporary market aswell, but their roots were ’70s soul and funk. Many members first documented jointly as Newban, a funk group that released two 1977 albums, Newban and Newban 2, …

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Air Supply

Making use of their heavily orchestrated, sweet ballads, the Australian soft rock and roll group Air Supply became a staple of early-’80s radio, scoring a string of seven straight Top Five singles. Atmosphere Supply, for some intents and reasons, was the duo of vocalists Russell Hitchcock and Graham Russell; additional …

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