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Beaumont

The immaculate, fragile music of Beaumont evolved from the twee pop of Reading, England’s Blueboy, among the acts in the celebrated Sarah Information label. Keith Girdler (vocals) and Paul Stewart (guitars, bass, drums, percussion, keyboards) had been the core associates of Blueboy, a music group they produced in the first …

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Reverend Bizarre

Inspired by famous brands Saint Vitus and Cathedral, Finnish doom steel group Reverend Bizzare was founded in 1994, within the southern industrial town of Lohja by vocalist and bassist Albert Witchfinder. Peter Vicar shortly joined on electric guitar as well as the splendidly called Earl of Void got bought out …

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François Feldman

French singer and songwriter Francois Feldman (given birth to Might 23, 1958) was known for his very own work, also for composing “J’aurais Voulu Te Dire,” that was popular for Caroline Legrand in 1989. His debut record, 1987’s Vivre was accompanied by six even more full-lengths by 2004.

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Peter Alexander & Karl Loube

b. Peter Alexander Neumayer, 30 June 1926, Vienna, Austria. A German nationwide, Peter Alexander is among the most effective German-speaking entertainers ever. As a kid he was an associate from the Wiener Saengerknaben young boys choir and continued to be an professional (and part-time club piano participant), with over 30 …

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Marlango

Made up of Leanor Watling, Alejandro Pelayo, and Oscar Ybarra, the pop/jazz/experimental group Marlango started gaining their faithful underground European pursuing in the past due ’90s. Acquiring their name from an obscure Tom Waits research, the set drew greatly on dark, brooding documenting performers and filmmakers like David Lynch and …

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Fog

Multi-instrumentalist Andrew Broder began building eccentric music as Fog and installed with the English label Ninja Melody. Given birth to in Minneapolis, MN, where he continuing to reside in, Broder considered music as a getaway from the exterior world. He limited himself to his cellar and learned many instruments while …

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Al Johnson

The career of soul singer, songwriter, producer, arranger, and keyboardist Al Johnson crosses six decades. It goes back towards the ’60s, when he cut a promo-only single one for the South Camp label and, while participating in Howard School in Washington, D.C., produced the group that became the Unifics. Uncovered …

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Archive

The trip-hop project Archive was formed by Darius Keeler and Danny Griffiths, who originally met in 1990. The set released several singles independently Swam label, caused Genaside II, and shaped Archive in 1994. Agreed upon to Isle, Keeler and Griffiths released their debut, Londinium, in 1997. After splitting briefly, both …

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Archie Bell & the Drells

Vocal group Archie Bell & the Drells are known many for the cool, handclap-happy soul solitary “SHRINK,” popular that reached number 1 about Billboard’s R&B and Sizzling 100 charts in 1968. Bell and his Houston, Texas-based support — which presented, at varying instances, Archie’s sibling Lee Bell, Billy Butler, Joe …

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Udo Lindenberg

Udo Lindenberg is among the most influential German rock and roll singers ever. Developing a exclusive style combining straight-ahead rock and roll with periodic jazzy or symphonic affects and witty lyrics, he was the first ever to display that rock and roll music with German lyrics was suitable and could …

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