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Lakshmi Shankar

Sister-in-law to Ravi Shankar, mother-in-law to L. Subramaniam, Lakshmi Shankar is certainly a remarkable vocalist. As a girl she dropped beneath the spell of dance and, prompted by her forward-thinking mom, she researched Bharat Natyam dance. She wedded the scriptwriter Rajendra Shankar, an elder sibling of Ravi Shankar, and became …

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Laika

Like their namesake — your dog rocketed into orbit from the Soviets renowned because the first living creature to leave the earth’s atmosphere — Laika traveled the spaceways, forging a definite and wildly experimental fusion of hip-hop, jazz, electronica, dub, and Krautrock without earthly precedent. Relatively of a As well …

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Kim Pensyl

An excellent pop-jazz keyboardist, trumpeter, and popular attraction in the “modern jazz” circuit, Kim Pensyl has recorded an extended string of best-selling pieces for such brands as Optimism, GRP, and Shanachie. In early stages he played a number of equipment, including trumpet, from age group 12 and electrical bass within …

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Robert Palmer

The career of blue-eyed soul singer Robert Palmer was a report however you like versus substance. As the performer’s first work won compliment for its skilled assimilation of rock and roll, R&B, and reggae noises, his information typically sold badly, and he accomplished his best notoriety as an impeccably outfitted …

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Kylesa

The Savannah, Georgia-based Kylesa are, fundamentally, a metal group, however they are in any other case hard to categorize: components of hardcore punk, psychedelic stoner rock, technical speed metal, and good old-fashioned Dark Sabbath sludge come in their music. Also, having a front side line comprising three completely different singers …

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Chris Joss

Frenchman/maker/multi-instrumentalist Chris Joss constructs cool downtempo music that’s greatly influenced from the film music of Lalo Schifrin, John Barry, and Quincy Jones. Joss produced his debut in 1996 with THE PERSON Having a Suitcase. Dr. Tempo made an appearance in 2002 and was adopted two years later on from the …

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Jimmy Page

Unquestionably among the all-time most influential, important, and versatile guitarists and songwriters in rock history is Jimmy Page. Almost every rock and roll guitarist through the past due ’60s/early ’70s for this day continues to be affected by Page’s use Led Zeppelin — his monolithic riffs offered like a blueprint …

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Kevin Tihista

Chicago popster Kevin Tihista was created in Walnut Creek, CA, picking right up the guitar within the seventh quality after sketching his initial musical inspiration from years as a child heroes Kiss. After senior high school, he proved helpful some odd careers before 1989, whenever a friend who got shifted …

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Billy Bang

Although he played a musical instrument even more closely identified with uptown concert halls than downtown jazz clubs, there is no mistaking the principal way to obtain Billy Bang’s music inspiration. While his violin technique was considerable and his knowledge of contemporary traditional forms obvious, Bang’s rough-edged, occasionally almost guttural …

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Bone Thugs-N-Harmony

Graced with an instant and sometimes sung delivery, plus a exclusive feeling of melody, Bone tissue Thugs-N-Harmony burst from Cleveland, Ohio within the mid-’90s with a set of massive strikes (“Thuggish Ruggish Bone tissue” and “Tha Crossroads”) plus a great first album, and a successful follow-up, and quickly unraveled. Mainstream …

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