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  1. James Beck Gordon (born July 14, 1945) is an American musician, songwriter, and convicted felon. Gordon was a popular session drummer in the late 1960s and 1970s and was the drummer in the blues rock supergroup Derek and the Dominos.

  2. Mahalia Jackson (New Orleans, 26 ottobre 1911 – Evergreen Park, 27 gennaio 1972) è stata una cantante statunitense.. Dotata di una voce dallo stile inconfondibile e dal forte impatto emotivo, si dedicò esclusivamente alla musica religiosa tanto da meritarsi il titolo di Regina del Gospel.

  3. He considers including the audience "the essence of the Maiden experience" and that his role is to "shrink the venue ... to turn that football stadium into the world's smallest club". To achieve this, Dickinson seeks eye contact with audience members [181] and urges them to join in with the phrase "scream for me" (followed by the concert's location). [182]

  4. Marie Dionne Warrick, conosciuta come Dionne Warwick (East Orange, 12 dicembre 1940), è una cantautrice statunitense.. Nipote di Cissy Houston e quindi cugina di Whitney Houston, nonché sorella di Dee Dee Warwick, Dionne è nota particolarmente per le sue interpretazioni delle canzoni di Burt Bacharach.

  5. › wiki › India_ArieIndia Arie - Wikipedia

    Three years earlier, their rendition of Mel Tormé's 1944 classic "The Christmas Song", recorded for the holiday TV commercial for retailer Target, had been nominated for the same category, making it the first song created and financed exclusively for a commercial to be nominated for a Grammy Award.

  6. Eckstine-style love songs opened new lines of communication for the man in the man-woman merry-go-round, and blues a la B were the essence of cool. When he made a recording of "Caravan", I was happy and honored to watch one of our tunes help take him into the stratosphere of universal acclaim. And, of course, he hasn't looked back since.

  7. › wiki › Diana_RossDiana Ross - Wikipedia

    Diana Ross was born in Detroit, Michigan, on March 26, 1944. She was born the second of six children to Ernestine (née Moten; January 27, 1916 – October 9, 1984) and Fred Ross, Sr. (July 4, 1920 – November 21, 2007).