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Sybil

There are two singers with this name 1.an American R&B/pop singer 2. A pop singer from Argentina : 1) Sybil (born as Sybil Lynch in Paterson, N.J.) is an American R&B/pop singer, an excellent vocalist and one of the finest among disco divas, who has been recording since 1986.
She is best known for her covers of Dionne Warwick's hits "Don't Make Me Over" and "Walk On By".
However, it was when she signed with the music UK producers Stock Aitken Waterman on label PWL, that Sybil had the biggest success, and was particularly popular in the UK.

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BJ Cole

BJ COLE is a unique innovator on the Pedal Steel Guitar who has carved out a formidable reputation as a session musician, and established his own artistic identity with the release of five of his own albums. He has recorded with many of the great names in popular music, such as Elton John, Marc Bolan, Scott Walker, Beck, Bjork, Sting, David Sylvian and many others. In recent years such recording activities have led to BJ playing on tour dates with The Verve, REM and Sting.

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Nomo

NOMO were conceived in 2003 when University of Michigan jazz studies graduate and multi-instrumentalist (tenor sax, keyboards, electric mbiri) Elliot Bergman and some of his acquaintances began jamming at an Ann Arbor, MI, house where many of them lived. This led to the eventual formation of the group, which recorded its self-titled EP on Ypsilanti Records that same year, after producer Warn Defever dared Bergman to bring as many people as he could to the studio.

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Paris Riots

Paris Riots are an instrumental ambient post rock trio from England. They mix the epic post sounds of Sigur Ros and This Will Destroy You with the more frantic and fast paced elements of bands such as 65daysofstatic. The band formed in early 2007. Brothers Sam and David Butler along with Brett Wright make up the band. Paris Riots released their self titled debut EP early in summer 2008 recording at Moonbase Studios.

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The Divetones

The founder members of The Divetones met in the dark and dank back-corridors of the Kingston University music department. They started plotting a retro-inspired instrumental frenzy, and just a short decade later, it came to be. On their journey they picked up a jazz-crazy trumpeter and a moustachioed bass player, and by the beginning of 2010 the combo was ready to enslave audiences with their sleazy groove.

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Cian Nugent

Cian Nugent is an 18 year old exploratory guitarist from Dublin Ireland whose playing is rooted in pre-war blues, Appalachian string bands and the Takoma tradition.
Fahey is referenced quite a bit on this recording, but Cian is no mere Fahey imitator. He uses the style as a starting point for his compositions and creates something highly personal within these limitations.
His take on the traditional Wagoners lad is refreshing and surprising in its abstraction and obvious love for the Buell Kazee version.

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Nikolai Rimsky-Korsakov

Nikolai Andreyevich Rimsky-Korsakov (18 March 1844 – 21 June 1908) was one of five Russian composers known as The Five (along with Alexander Borodin and Modest Musorgsky), and was later a teacher of harmony and orchestration. He is particularly noted for a predilection for folk and fairy-tale subjects, and for his extraordinary skill in orchestration, which may have been influenced by his synesthesia.

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Ben Foster

Ben Foster is a British composer, orchestrator and conductor. He is best known for his work as an orchestrator on the BBC series Doctor Who. Foster also composes music for the BBC drama Torchwood. His work on the show earned him a nomination in the Best Music category at the 2006 and 2007 BAFTA Cymru Awards. Silva Screen Records released a soundtrack album comprised of his work on the first and second series in August/September 2008.

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