Frédéric Slama was born in France but lived in L.A. for more than 10 years as a renowned Rock journalist where he became friend with many famous artists & studio players. After releasing a couple of solo albums in the 80’s and producing some French, Japanese and American artists, Frédéric decided to start a “one man band”. This marked the birth of his project AOR, always using the cream of
Genre: Rock Soft Melodic Aor Indie
Artist: The New Seekers Title Of Album: Collection Year Of Release: 1971-2009 Genre: Pop/Soft-Rock Format: MP3 Tracks: The New Seekers - Collection (1971-2009) 1971 - Beautiful People (2008) 01. One 02. Allright my love 03. Ain't love easy 04. Blackberry way 05. When there's no love left 06. Your song 07. Look what they've done to my song, Ma 08. Cincinnati 09. Eighteen carot friend 10.
Genre: Pop New Wave Dance
Maxine Brown Real Name: Maxine Ella Brown Profile: Soul singer Born on 18 August 1939 in Kingstree, South Carolina, U.S.A. Her peak years were in the mid-60's, for Wand and her two duets albums with Chuck Jackson. Ashford & Simpson wrote for her before they got signed at Motown. The backing vocals in her recordings were The Sweet Inspirations's. Albums Chuck Jackson & Maxine Brown -
Genre: Funk Soul Disco Jazz
Pink Lady Profile: Pink Lady is a Japanese Pop duo that rose to fame in the '70s. The duo consists of Mitsuyo Nemoto (Mie (2)) & Keiko Kuwaki (Kei) (formerly known as Keiko Masuda). They were one of the biggest Disco acts in Japan from the late '70s, and are regarded as an important piece of Japan's musical history due to their uniquely choreographed dances they created themselves for each of
Genre: Asian African Carribean
White Heart Profile: White Heart, also listed as Whiteheart, was a Contemporary Christian Music pop-rock band which formed in 1982 and are currently planning a reunion tour for 2014. Members: Anthony Sallee, Billy Smiley, Brian Wooten, Chris McHugh, Dann Huff, David Lyndon Huff, Gary Lunn, Gordon Kennedy, Jon Knox, Mark Gersmehl, Rick Florian, Scott Douglas (2), Steve Green (3), Tommy Sims White
Genre: Rock Soft Melodic Aor Indie
Starship (2) Profile: Successor of Jefferson Starship. Following Jefferson Starship founder Paul Kantner's departure, a 1984 legal settlement prohibited the use of the Jefferson Starship name unless all original members agreed to it. The remaining members shortened the name to "Starship," and, fronted by vocalist Grace Slick, the band reached its popular peak with the 1985 album "Knee Deep in the
Genre: Rock Soft Melodic Aor Indie
Ti.Pi.Cal. Profile:Italian project which broke up for five years until they re-grouped. Ti.Pi.Cal. stands for Tignino Piparo Callea. Aliases:Kasto Members: Daniele Tignino, Riccardo Piparo, Vincenzo Callea Variations: Ti.Pi.Cal. T.I.P.I.C.A.L., t.p.i.c.a.l., Ti Pi Cal, Ti. Pi.Cal, Ti.Pi.Cal, TI.PI.CAL., TiPi.Cal, Tipical Singles feat. Josh - Illusion (1994) 192 kbps feat. Josh - The Colour
Genre: Electronic House Trance
Jessica Mauboy Real Name: Jessica Hilda Mauboy Profile: Australian pop singer and songwriter, born 4 August 1989 in Darwin, Northern Territory, Australia. Albums 192-320kbs 2009 - Been Waiting (Deluxe/Japan Edition) (320 kbps, Deluxe/Japan Edition Tracks - V2) 2010 - Get 'Em Girls (320 kbps) 2011 - Get 'Em Girls (Deluxe Edition) (256 kbps) Live Album 2007 - The Journey (320 kbps) Singles 2008 -
Genre: Rap R&B Hip-Hop Gospel
2nd Place - 1/17 - Si Dios Quiere - 2nd Place - 2/17 - Bag Of Glue - 2nd Place - 3/17 - Devil's Gone Good - 2nd Place - 4/17 - Desert Shores - 2nd Place - 5/17 - Viva E Lascia Morire - 2nd Place - 6/17 - Demons In A Row - 2nd Place - 7/17 - Hang Up - 2nd Place - 8/17 - Stink Bug - 2nd Place - 9/17 - Hollywood - 2nd Place - 10/17 - D.H.S. - 2nd Place - 11/17 - Mission's Message
Genre: Punk, Grunge, Avant-Garde
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