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  • In the early-to-mid 1970s, Belgian recording engineer and synthesist Daniel Lacksman née Lanckmans recorded and released a series of pop music records, using early analog synthesizers as a central sonic element Under an admittedly confusing array of names, Lacksman (who later founded the group Telex) created music that was equal...
  • In the early-to-mid 1970s, Belgian recording engineer and synthesist Daniel Lacksman née Lanckmans recorded and released a series of pop music records, using early analog synthesizers as a central sonic element Under an admittedly confusing array of names, Lacksman (who later founded the group Telex) created music that was equal...
  • In the early-to-mid 1970s, Belgian recording engineer and synthesist Daniel Lacksman née Lanckmans recorded and released a series of pop music records, using early analog synthesizers as a central sonic element Under an admittedly confusing array of names, Lacksman (who later founded the group Telex) created music that was equal...
  • As the Academy Award-winning documentary 20 Feet from Stardom made abundantly clear, Merry Clayton is one of the greatest and most distinguished female backup singers in rock and soul history, having sung with everybody from Bobby Darin to Ray Charles to Joe Cocker to Linda Ronstadt to Neil Young to Lynyrd Skynyrd (on 'Sweet Home...
  • This 1975 album is one of a kind in lots of ways First, it's keyboardist Roland Haynes' only album But more importantly, Second Wave has a sound'and line-up'unlike pretty much any other jazz fusion album to come out before or since Anchored by a fantastic rhythm section of Carl Burnett (Cal Tjader, Vince Guaraldi and most notably...
  • Starring Dee Wallace and Daniel Hugh-Kelly with Lewis Teague Directing, the 1983 Film Cujo Remains One of the Most Satisfying Adaptations of Stephen King’s Work The Film Alternated Bucolic Visions of Family Country Life with Scenes of Utter Terror Charles Bernstein’s Film Score Was a Huge Part of the Film’s Success,...
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    Formed from putrefying remnants of The Germs, The Consumers, The Bags, The Gun Club, and The Screamers among other LA punk outfits, 45 Grave were arguably the first American Goth/deathrock band and inarguably one of the best Fronted by the Exene-meets-Barbarella vocal and visual stylings of Dinah Cancer (still one of the greatest...
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