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  1. With a mixture of Old and New, Valve and Digital, Fender and Mac and with inspirations diverse as Alice Coltrane to The Kinks, Brian Wilson to Ronnie…

  2. Bruno Nicolai (1926 - 1991) was an Italian film music composer, orchestra director, and musical editor most active in the 1960s through the 1980s.…

  3. Born in 1933, Paul Giovanni was an American folk singer/songwriter best known for his soundtrack to the legendary 1973 British horror film The…

  4. Sven Libaek was born in Oslo, Norway on September 20, 1938, and trained early as both a musician and an actor. He first achieved international…

  5. Luboš Fišer (born on September 30th 1935, died on June 22nd 1999 in Prague, Czechoslovakia), studied composition with Emil Hlobil both at the…

  6. Singer-songwriter Wendy Flower has returned with “New,” her first new pop album since 1969’s Wendy & Bonnie folk-rock-psych-jazz cult classic,…

  7. Tra i primissimi cantautori italiani, conobbe una grande popolarità a partire dal 1960 con successi come What a sky (o Su nel ciel) (1960), dal film di…

  8. Biography of Manoya (a.k.a. Enikő Hodosi)

    Born and raised in a small, peaceful town in the Great Hungarian Plain of Hungary, Enikő Hodosi was…

  9. Piero Umiliani (born July 17, 1926 in Florence, Italy –- died February 14, 2001 in Rome) was an Italian film music composer, most famous for his 1968…

  10. Jonny Trunk (born Jonathan Benton-Hughes) is a bedroom musician and broadcaster on London's art radio station Resonance FM. His show "OST" has…

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