Mariya Takeuchi (竹内 まりや Takeuchi Mariya, born March 20, 1955) is a Japanese singer and songwriter. She is from Taisha, Shimane, now the city of Izumo. Takeuchi was born in Taisha city in the Hikawa district of Shimane Prefecture. She spent a year studying in the United States while she was at high school. Her musical career started in 1978 while she was studying at Keio University, with the
Genre: Asian African Carribean
Momoko Kikuchi Real Name:菊池桃子 (Kikuchi Momoko) Profile:Japanese idol singer, actress, talent. Born May 4, 1968. Tracks and Albums 菊池桃子 - OCEAN SIDE - OCEAN SIDE - 1 - 1984 - - 菊池桃子 - OCEAN SIDE - SHADOW SURFER - 2 - 1984 - - 菊池桃子 - OCEAN SIDE - BLIND CURVE - 3 - 1984 - - 菊池桃子 - OCEAN SIDE - SUMMER EYES - 4 - 1984 - - 菊池桃子 - OCEAN SIDE -
Genre: Asian African Carribean
Blue Magic Profile: Soul vocal group from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Formed in 1972. The Delfonics' Randy Cain brought Ted Mills to ATCO Records for writing duties and an early formation as Shaed Of Love of the other members, were audiotioning the same period. Ted Mills became the leader of the group. They released eight albums between 1974 - 1989 Their most succesful hits are from the ATCO
Genre: Rap R&B Hip-Hop Gospel
Manhattan Jazz Orchestra Members: Chip Jackson, Chris Hunter, Danny Gottlieb, Dave Matthews (3), David Taylor, Fred Griffin, George Flynn (2), George Young (2), Joe Shepley, John Clark (2), Ken Hitchcock, Lew Soloff, Mike Richmond, Ryan Kisor, Scott Wendholt, Terry Silverlight, Tony Price (2) 1989 - Moanin' Manhattan Jazz Orchestra - Moanin' 01. Caravan (Ellington-Tizol) - 7:44 02. Moanin'
Genre: Funk Soul Disco Jazz
Captain Beefheart And His Magic Band Profile: American rock group from Lancaster, California, formed in 1965 by Alex St. Clair Snouffer, and fronted by Don Van Vliet. After two singles in the vein of "popular rhythm n' blues," the group underwent dramatic changes in their musical style, culminating in the Frank Zappa-produced album "Trout Mask Replica", a work conceived and directed by Don Van
Genre: Rock Soft Melodic Aor Indie
Yvonne Elliman Profile: Pop and soul singer. Born 29.12.1951 in Hawaii. She got her big break playing Mary Magdalene in the original London production of "Jesus Christ Superstar". Later, she became part of Eric Clapton's live band before going solo. Her biggest hit "If I Can't Have You" was taken from the "Saturday Night Fever" soundtrack and went to No.1 in the US chart. 1972 - Yvonne Elliman
Genre: Funk Soul Disco Jazz
A Hundred Birds Members: Katsuhiro Idomoto, Kaztake Takeuchi, Kazumi Totaka, Norichika Yoshida, Robin Lee, Shigeki Tamura, Tadashi Sato, Yoku Variations: A Hundred Birds A Hundred Birds Orchestra, AHB, AHB Strings Quartet, HB, Hundred Birds A Hundred Birds ‎– Fly From The Tree Label:Güt ‎– FLCG-3115, For Life Records ‎– FLCG-3115 Format:CD, Album Country:japan Released:09 Feb 2005
Genre: Electronic House Trance
Al B. Sure! Real Name: Albert Joseph Brown III Profile: R&B singer/songwriter/producer Al B. Sure! was born on June 4th, 1968 in Boston, Massachusetts but grew up in Leonia, New Jersey and Mt. Vernon, New York. Between 1988 and 2009 he released four albums produced mostly by Kyle West. In 1988 he teamed up with the rapper Slick Rick for his single "If I'm Not Your Lover", included in his
Genre: Rap R&B Hip-Hop Gospel
The Originals Profile: The Originals came together as Freddie Gorman, Walter Gaines, C.P. Spencer, Henry Dixon and Joe Stubbs. Stubbs left after less than a year with the group, and Spencer left in 1973 and was replaced by Ty Hunter. They joined Motown Records in 1965 and were used as background singers, as well as having their own hits like "Baby, I'm For Real" and "The Bells". Artist: The
Genre: Funk Soul Disco Jazz