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Bombadil

In almost all of the interviews, Durham, NEW YORK indie combo Bombadil claimed that their conceptual starting place was the folk music of Bolivia, last heard within the U.S. pop graphs approximately by no means. (Simon & Garfunkel’s “Un Condor Pasa [If I Could]” was predicated on a folk music …

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Tommy Keene

Hailing from Bethesda, Maryland, Tommy Keene is really a guitarist and singer/songwriter who all plays and creates melodic guitar-based pop/rock and roll. As a kid, Keene played traditional piano before picking right up electric guitar and drums. He spent his teenage years drumming within a rock and roll trio known …

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Jay Chou

Dubbed “the brand new King of Asian Pop” by way of a 2003 cover story with time magazine’s Asian edition, Taiwanese singer/songwriter/multi-instrumentalist and actor/director Jay Chou provides sold an incredible number of albums and live concert seat tickets since his 2000 debut album. Delivered Chou Chieh-lun within the Linkou Region …

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Christian Anders

Christian Anders’ career can essentially be put into two unique halves. Through the entire ’60s and ’70s, Anders was a teenager idol known through the entire German-speaking globe for baroque pop confections like “Du Hast Sie Verloren.” The next decades discovered Anders implementing a decidedly modern aesthetic, discussing himself as …

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Tom T. Hall

Tom T. Hall is actually a storyteller, a songwriter with an enthusiastic eye for fine detail along with a knack for narrative. Many music artists have protected his tunes — especially Jeannie C. Riley’s 1968 strike “Harper Valley P.T.A.” — and he also offers racked up several solo strikes, including …

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Art Taylor

Among the great drummers from the 1950s, Artwork Taylor was on the many hard bop and jam session-styled classes. His first essential gig was with Howard McGhee in 1948, which was accompanied by organizations with Coleman Hawkins (1950-1951), Friend DeFranco (1952), Bud Powell (1953 and 1955-1957), and George Wallington (1954-1956). …

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Art Pepper

Despite an amazingly colorful and challenging life, Artwork Pepper was quite consistent within the saving studios; just about any recording he produced is really worth buying. In the 1950s he was mostly of the altoists (alongside Lee Konitz and Paul Desmond) who was simply in a position to develop his …

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Archie Shepp

Archie Shepp continues to be at various occasions a feared firebrand and radical, soulful throwback and contemplative veteran. He was seen within the ’60s as possibly the most articulate and troubling person in the free era, a released playwright ready to speak within the record in unsparing, explicit style about …

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Milky Wimpshake

Milky Wimpshake certainly are a lo-fi indie punk threesome from Newcastle originally comprising Ms. Joey Ramone (drums), Christine (bass/vox), and frontman Pete Dale, whose picture credits include operating the Slampt label; FAST Connection fanzine, as well as the rings Avocado Baby, Pussycat Garbage, and Crimson Monkey. An early on cassette-only …

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Fireflight

From 2006, upon putting your signature on to Flicker Documents after a few independent produces, Fireflight became probably one of the most popular rings on Christian rock and roll radio. The female-fronted band’s design of rock and roll is fairly weighty, bordering on metallic, and is similar to other well-known …

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