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The Baseball Project

The Baseball Task had its origins in the past in 1992 when musicians Scott McCaughey (the Minus 5, the Little Fresh Fellows) and Steve Wynn (Fantasy Syndicate, Gutterball) met and discovered they shared a separate fascination with baseball. The program to create an record of original contemporary rock tracks about …

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Thee Oh Sees

Among the cornerstone rings from the post-millennium garage area/psych resurgence, Thee Oh Views represent a purposefully chaotic fusion of electric guitar and synth sound, strong and elemental melodies, and addled but focused episodes. Thee Oh Views had been founded by guitarist John Dwyer; originally from Providence, Rhode Isle, after relocating …

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Glad

The progressive Christian rock-band GLAD was formed in the campus of West Chester State University close to Philadelphia through the early ’70s; motivated by jazz and traditional music and with a solid emphasis on complicated harmonies, the group — John Gates, Ed Nalle, Jim Bullard, Chris Davis and Paul Langford …

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Exploding Star Orchestra

The Exploding Celebrity Orchestra happened when the Chicago Cultural Middle as well as the Jazz Institute approached cornetist and composer Rob Mazurek about piecing together an avant-garde jazz ensemble to get a Chicago live concert. Mazurek constructed an orchestra of improvising Chicago music artists (including several people of Tortoise), rehearsed …

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Theo Parrish

Perhaps one of the most progressive home manufacturers and DJs from the later ’90s, 2000s, and 2010s, Theo Parrish was raised in Chicago but moved to Detroit by enough time of his past due-1996 Baby Actions EP on 7th Town subsidiary Elevate. From your EP, his Chicago tribute “Lake Shoreline …

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Mike Clark

Drummer Mike Clark established fact seeing that the drummer for Herbie Hancock’s funk-jazz clothing the Headhunters, and headed in the group after Hancock still left to pursue various other tasks. But Clark will go considerably beyond playing basic R&B rhythms, getting one of the most astute modern jazz drummers who …

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Morton Subotnick

Long in the vanguard of American digital music, composer Morton Subnotnick also pioneered the rise of multimedia performance through his extensive function regarding the interactive personal computers. Born in LA on Apr 14, 1933, he went to the University or college of Denver before generating his Master’s at Mills University …

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Utopia

Stardom was handed to him with Something/Anything?, but Todd Rundgren turned down it. He wished to explore brand-new musical territory rather, and his travels led him to create Utopia in 1974. Originally, Utopia was a prog rock and roll septet offering three keyboardists, but as the ’70s advanced, the group …

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Lorie Line

Popular instrumental pianist Lorie Range began working like a department-store performer, but later on formed her personal Time Range Productions release a her personal albums; from the mid-’90s she became a favorite new age group/light traditional pianist with product sales of over one million albums. Blessed and elevated in Reno, …

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José “El Canario” Alberto

A get good at improviser, Jose “Un Canario” Alberto is among Latin music’s most influential youthful vocalists. Since getting international interest as the musical movie director of Tipica ’73 in Oct 1977, Alberto has truly gone to record ten interesting albums of salsa music along with his New York-based music …

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