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  • Nikokus says:
    Find Dick Jacobs credit information on AllMusic. b. 29 March , New York, USA, d. 20 May , New York, USA. A graduate from the city university, Jacobs was to be one of the few producers for a major US record company in the 50s who catered for.
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    Explore releases from the Distribution Madacy Inc. label. Discover what's missing in your discography and shop for Distribution Madacy Inc. releases.
  • Nikasa says:
    The Style Council were an English band formed in by Paul Weller, the former singer, songwriter and guitarist with the punk rock/new wave/mod revival band the Jam, and keyboardist Mick Talbot, previously a member of Dexys Midnight Runners, the Bureau and the Merton Parkas. The band enabled Weller to take a more soulful direction with his music. The permanent line-up grew to include drummer.
  • Faukinos says:
    's MUTHA'S NATURE (originally Polydor PD) was James Brown's fourteenth studio album for Polydor Records, preceded by BODYHEAT and followed by JAM/'supfastmaroterbi.idbreaktalobsubtlocangileslededysp.infoinfo is also one of seven James Brown albums never made available on Compact Disc, however, every track except "Bessie" can be found on the 2CD set James Brown - The Singles, Volume Ten, /5(8).
  • Mizuru says:
    Impogram is a CD/DVD production company and wholesaler since Specialised in making exclusive products for traditional and non-traditional outlets around the world.
  • Akinomuro says:
    * Atlantic LP , SD Ornette Coleman - Change Of The Century * Atlantic SD The Best Of Ornette Coleman * Atlantic SD Various Artists - The Jazz Yearsth Anniversary * Atlantic (J) PA Ornette Coleman - To Whom Who Keeps A Records * Atlantic Ornette Coleman - Una Muy Bonita, Part 1 & 2. Ornette Coleman Quartet.
  • Goltile says:
    Ace Cannon. John "Ace" Cannon (born 5 May in Grenada, Mississippi) is an American tenor and alto saxophonist. He played and toured with Hi Records stablemate Bill Black's Combo, and started a solo career with his record "Tuff" in , using the Black combo as his backing group.
  • Kezilkree says:
    Mary Lou Williams. The late, great jazz pianist and composer Mary Lou Williams was truly a pioneering female figure in jazz. Born in , by the age of eight Williams was already a working musician, and before reaching her 20’s she could add working with jazz luminaries like Duke Ellington and McKinney’s Cotton Pickers to her resume.
  • Mezishicage says:
    Find Stanley Turrentine credit information on AllMusic. This talented saxophonist produced some of the finest soul jazz, and also crossed over into dance in the late 80s.

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