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As Tall As Lions

After coming off the road in mid-2005, following months of touring in support of their Triple Crown debut, Lafcadio, from Long Island, New York, United States the band As Tall As Lions – vocalist/guitarist Daniel Nigro, guitarist Saen Fitzgerald, bassist Julio Tavarez and drummer Cliff Sarcona – spent more than half a year channeling their energies into crafting an album that would not only realize the lofty ambitions of these four young men but define them as a band, once and for all.

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Richard Clayderman

Richard Clayderman (born Philippe Pagès on December 28, 1953, Paris) is a French pianist who has released numerous albums, including renditions and arrangements of popular music, French chansons, and popular piano works of Beethoven, Chopin and Mozart. Most of his recordings focus on popular music in general and orchestral arrangements of well-known romantic songs in particular, such as Yesterday, The Sound of Silence and Memory, rather than on Jazz or Classical Music.

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Chris Tye

I love this city / I met a lot of nice people here So sings CHRIS TYE on his debut album SOMEWHERE DOWN THE LINE. The city in question is Birmingham, guardian of the Midlands, Englands proud second city and Chris home town. The song is Come Undone, one of eight tracks on what is a startlingly honest offering from a young man who is both shy and confident in equal measures; who smiles yet who holds back, and a man with a lot to say yet preferring and indeed able to convey his thoughts with words so carefully thought out you wonder if every conversation is scripted in his head far in advance.

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Queensland Symphony Orchestra

The Queensland Symphony Orchestra (QSO) is an Australian orchestra, based principally in Brisbane in the state of Queensland. The QSO played its first concert on 26 March 1947, with the orchestra consisting of 45 musicians, conducted by Percy Code.[1] John Farnsworth Hall was recruited from the Sydney Symphony Orchestra as the orchestra's first chief conductor. The orchestra played concerts in various Queensland cities and towns, such as Innisfail and Townsville, travelling up to 3500 miles a year in the process.[2]

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Steph Fraser

Steph Fraser is a singer/songwriter based in Blackpool, UK. She is signed to Sonic Vista Recordings and her first single 'Purple Sun' was released on May 19th, 2008. Reviews of the single can be seen at the official Steph Fraser website www.stephfraser.co.uk. From humble beginnings winning many talent contests, Steph has progressed to a stage where she stole the show at a Canadian Music Week showcase at the Royal York Hotel, Toronto as well as performing in front of 18,000 people for BBC Radio 2's switch on event in the autumn of 2007.

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Monika May

“Trouble might knock on your door” is one of the lines from Monika Mays upcoming debut album “Breathe” in April 2010. Hailing from Oslo, Norway, this remarkable singer/songwriter has a depth of soul and honesty in her songs that will make you wonder how a young girl of 22 could possibly have such a moving and powerful sound. When asked about her music during a live performance on BBC Radio Merseyside in February 09, Monika explained that “It’s just my thoughts wanting to come out!”.

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Catlow

A balance of innovation and power-pop, Catlow is the new incarnation of Natasha Thirsk, lead-singer for indie-rock band The Dirtmitts. With accessible melodies and eccentric charm similar to Rilo Kiley, Blonde Redhead and The Breeders, "Kiss the World" is Catlow's debut album. (note)
This previous note by Diaelectric had erroneous information about the band/Artist Catlow. Catlow from Canada has asked Last.fm to give them control of their Catlow page under their name "catlow".

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