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Larry Heard 2012

Larry Heard (2012)

His musical influence can be heard in the songs of countless artists. For those who appreciate warm and passionate compositions and lyrics, Larry´s music is pure magic. Larry has been blessed with a unique gift that sends listeners into a blissful euphoric state. One of his first releases in 1986 was […]

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Twin Cities

Twin Cities (2012)

Twin Cities began when Analog Jones and Guynamite first met at CDR, the legendary producers night at London’s Plastic People. Having decided to work together they immediately hit it off in the studio and had their first demo ‘Quarter Lebanese’ featuring Krystal Hardwick played on Gilles Peterson’s Worldwide show on […]

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Hubert Eaves III 2012

Hubert Eaves III (2012)

Reflected in his musical endeavors are more than twenty five years of dedication and passion to music, a passion that was ignited when Hubert’s father started teaching him to play the piano at the age of 12. The culminations of his life experiences capture unyielding creativity and intensity with his […]

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George Duke 2012

George Duke – Part 2 (2012)

George Duke: His Music Is His Legacy By Deardra Shuler Sometimes the heavens reward us with divinely inspired artists. One such individual was Grammy winner George Duke. Keyboardist, composer, singer, producer, arranger, director, writer, and professor of music, Duke went boldly into the recesses of music, performing and experimenting in […]

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George Duke 2012

George Duke – Part 1 (2012)

George Duke: His Music Is His Legacy By Deardra Shuler Sometimes the heavens reward us with divinely inspired artists. One such individual was Grammy winner George Duke. Keyboardist, composer, singer, producer, arranger, director, writer, and professor of music, Duke went boldly into the recesses of music, performing and experimenting in […]

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Sheila E 2012

Sheila E (2012)

2010 Emmy Nominee Sheila Escovedo picked up the drumsticks and started making music at the precocious age of three, while watching her legendary father, percussionist Pete Escovedo rehearse. Sheila delivered her first solo performance to a live audience two years later and has since established herself as one of the […]

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