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back number are a pop rock band from Ōta, Japan. http://backnumber.info/ In 2004, the band formed in the mind of Iyori Shimizu in Ōta, Gunma Prefecture. Though there were many member changes, it's been the same members from 2007 to now. On February 18th 2009 the first mini album 『逃した魚』(nogashita sakana) was released. TOWER RECORDS recommended item 「タワレコメン」(towarecomen), HMV recommended item 「HOT PICKS」for the first time, and featured in many other shops acrosss the country. June of 2010, the first album 『あとのまつり』(atonomatsuri) was released. Among others they established their status, drawing the line with their technique for lovely melody coupled...
British synth player, born December 10, 1958. Enjoyed success on the underground dance scene in the early 80's before breaking into the mainstream with "19", an international smash which spent five weeks at number one in the UK. In the latter half of the 1980s he specialised in TV soundtrack work. He made the theme tunes for Top of The Pops and Saturday Live, popular British entertainment shows. Paul now records mainly under the pseudonym Jazzmasters. Early tracks of note include the popular 'Rain Forest' and 'King Tut', both were big dance hits in the U.S. Paul was also half...
Nine Inch Nails is an Industrial rock band that was formed in 1988 in Cleveland, Ohio, United States by Trent Reznor, the only constant member of the band. Reznor is generally credited for popularizing the genre known as "industrial rock" with both his releases and dark, theatrical music videos. As of 2016, the band also officially includes Reznor's longtime collaborator Atticus Ross as a second official member. Born Michael Trent Reznor, he was raised by his maternal grandparents in Mercer, Pennsylvania, USA. Reznor took up piano at the age of five and in high school took up the tuba and...
Born and raised in LA to parents very involved in the music business, Paul Brown first began playing drums at the age of five. Although a very talented musician in has own right, he is best known as a Grammy winning producer / engineer having worked with just about everybody of consequence in the jazz world. These include Norman Brown, Peter White, George Benson,Boney James, Luther Vandross, Euge Groove, Jeffrey Osbourne, Larry Carlton, Al Jarreau, Bobby Caldwell, Patti Austin and Kirk Whalum to name but a few ! So it should come as no surprise to notice that whemever he...
Paul Desmond (1924-1977) was a U.S jazz saxophonist. Desmond was born Paul Emil Breitenfeld in San Francisco, California on 25th November 1924. He came to prominence with the Dave Brubeck Quartet, which lasted from 1951 until 1967. Desmond wrote their biggest hit, "Take Five". Desmond's alto saxophone tone and technique owed nothing to the great alto player of the time, Charlie Parker; instead his was a clear, light, floating sound and highly melodic playing style. Much of the success of the classic Brubeck quartet was due to the superposition of his fragile, airy sound over Brubeck's sometimes relatively heavy, polytonal...
Found 139 songs, duration: 06:24:30
Everybody's Talking
All Alone and Lonely
Good Time Charlie
Crawling Back to You
Couldn't Let It Go
The Promised Land
Oh Oh in Love Again
'm a Fool (to want you)
Red Light (cover Billy Ocean)
I'm the One to Blame
What Makes a Man Wander
Twinkle Twinkle Little Star
Walking Back to Babys Arms