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Hot Water Music

The Gainesville, Florida-based post-hardcore quartet WARM WATER Music were formed in 1994 by bassist Jason Dark, drummer George Rebelo, and singer/guitarists Chuck Ragan and Chris Wollard. Debuting in 1995 using the 7″ “Consuming the Filler,” they quickly returned using the EP Drive for Gold coin, rounding out the entire year …

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John Fahey

Among acoustic music’s true innovators and eccentrics, John Fahey was an essential body in expanding the limitations from the acoustic guitar during the last couple of years. His music was therefore eclectic that it is arguable whether he ought to be thought as a “folk” designer. Inside a profession that …

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Horace Tapscott

While LA may be the power middle of the favorite music industry, it certainly is been a backwater so far as jazz can be involved. That isn’t because L.A. hasn’t created a lot more than it’s talk about of great players: a move call of main players who produced L.A. …

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Esquivel

Within the mid-’90s, Juan Garcia Esquivel loved probably one of the most unexpected resurgences of popularity — and hipness — in the history of 20th-century pop. The composer and arranger skirted the lines between lounge music, eccentric experimentalism, and stereo system sound pioneer in the past due ’50s and early …

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Jay Hickman

Comedian Jay Hickman issued several albums through the ’90s within the Laughing Hyena label, exactly the same record organization that helped release the profession of Jeff Foxworthy. Hickman started creating a hype with his take action while working frequently in strip night clubs through the entire south (from Myrtle Seaside …

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Don Campbell

In Don Campbell’s 1997 best-selling reserve The Mozart Impact, the writer described how music may be used to “improve storage and learning, increase efficiency, soothe jangled nerves, strengthen endurance, unlock creative impulses, sound away discomfort, and heal your body from a bunch of ailments.” Following success of the reserve (one …

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Duke Jordan

Although he previously an extended career, Duke Jordan will be best known to be pianist with Charlie Parker’s classic 1947 quintet. Just a little previously, he caused the Savoy Sultans, Coleman Hawkins, as well as the Roy Eldridge big music group (1946). After his yr with Parker (his piano introductions …

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The Beau Brummels

While they only had two big hits, the Beau Brummels were probably one of the most important and underrated American sets of the 1960s. These were the very first U.S. device of any type to successfully react to the English Invasion. These were arguably the very first folk-rock group, actually …

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Fatboy Slim

Norman “Jack-of-All-Genres” Make, furthermore to his previous occupations seeing that bassist for the Housemartins and one-third of acidity home hitmakers Pizzaman, can be the person behind perhaps one of the most popular of the brand new flock of British “Brit-hop” companies, Fatboy Slim. Launching his Fatboy materials through membership staple …

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Tony Touch

Brooklyn-based Puerto Rican freestyle DJ/producer Tony Touch continues to be an important force within the mixtape scene since 1991, crafting reggae, rap, house, R&B, and Latin underground tapes. Two of his tapes, “50 Emcess Parts 1 & 2,” gained Contact the annual Mixtape Honours’ Greatest Freestyles award 2 yrs within …

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