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The Brothers Cazimero

By 2002, the Brothers Cazimero, a duet made up of bassist Robert and guitarist Roland Cazimero, had played collectively for a lot more than 25 years having a calming, laid-back design that earned them several followers in Hawaii. They documented over 20 albums around the Hill Apple label throughout that …

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Papa Mutt Carey

Thomas “Papa Mutt” Carey was an old-fashioned trumpeter who spoke of Friend Bolden with reverence, made a spot of honoring Freddie Keppard, and named Joe Oliver as a significant inspiration, specifically in the usage of mutes. A longtime cohort of Child Ory, he embodied the initial stylistic manifestations from the …

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Boys Next Door

Recognized to some as “the Seaside Boys from the Midwest,” the Boys NEARBY were one of the relatively few competent emulators from the Seaside Boys/Jan & Dean vocal/warm rod/surf sound, and certainly among the few competent emulators to emerge from beyond California. Created in Indianapolis, they released several singles in …

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Dean Reed

Practically unknown in his homeland, Colorado native Dean Reed was a global rock star, actor, and leftist peace activist who enjoyed tremendous success in SOUTH USA, East Germany, as well as the Soviet Union. Musically, Reed drew generally from early rock and roll & move and nation, in addition to …

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Atomic 7

After Shadowy Males on the Shadowy Planet split up, guitarist Brian Connelly spent many years playing guitar in Neko Case’s band, but he apparently wished to make contact with the surf-inspired instrumental sounds from the Shadowy Males, and therefore, Atomic 7 was formed with bass player Clinton Ryder and drummer …

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Albert Ammons

A significant inspiration to generations of improvising musicians, Albert Ammons is most beneficial remembered as a thrilling pianist who inaugurated the Blue Notice record label by hammering out blues and boogie duets with Meade “Lux” Lewis, so when the daddy of very difficult bop tenor saxophonist Gene Ammons. Given birth …

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Tito Rojas

Tito Rojas was created in Humacao, Puerto Rico, on June 14, 1955. In the 1970s, Rojas began singing as an associate of Pedro Conga’s Orquestra. Afterwards, after getting Borincuba’s vocalist, the musician went by himself, starting a single career. By that point, Tito Rojas reached the graphs with his tune …

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Muggsy Spanier

Muggsy Spanier was a predictable but forceful cornetist who rarely strayed definately not the melody. Properly in the home in Dixieland ensembles, Spanier was also an psychological soloist (similarly influenced by Ruler Oliver and Louis Armstrong) who was simply a specialist at utilizing the plunger mute. He began on cornet …

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Dirty Heads

Pursuing in the footsteps of the California brothers Sublime, Huntington Beach’s Soiled Heads blend hip-hop, reggae, and rock and roll alongside that laid-back South Cali attitude. The group shaped in 2003 when punk rocker Dustin Bushnell (aka Duddy B) asked his friend rapper Jared Watson (aka Dirty J) to collaborate …

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The Mound City Blue Blowers

The Mound Town Blowers were an unlikely success. Originally made up of Crimson McKenzie on comb and cells paper (which sounded just like a kazoo), Dick Slevin on a genuine kazoo, and Jack port Bland on banjo, the initial band’s initial documenting in 1924 (“Arkansas Blues” and “Blue Blues”) became …

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