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1992) Hit songs since 1990: “Tennessee,” “People Everyday,” “Mr. Wendel” Martha Argerich [ ALEX VON KEOTTUTZ/ANGEL RECORDS] to the stage, it was with orchestras and chamber music collaborators. The cutback in her performances only made each concert more prized as an event. When she finally performed solo again—at Carnegie Hall on March 25, 2000—the concert was the talk of the music world. It had been nineteen years since she had performed solo. Though she seems to dislike performing in concerts, Argerich has recorded extensively: Her resume boasts more than fifty albums for Deutsche Grammophon, Teldec, RCA, EMI, Philips, and Sony.
Even then he had his own style, which he called high-life jazz. By the early 1960s, after four years of musical study at Trinity College of Music, London, he was back in Lagos, an apprentice radio producer playing alto and tenor saxophone, and handling keyboards for a band called Koola Lobitos, which was influenced by James Brown and Geraldo Pino, a singer from Sierra Leone. He announced his new Afro-beat style in 1968 and then spent ten months in the United States in 1969, during which time he met members of the Black Panther Party.
Their father, an army sergeant, home on Christmas leave from the Korean War, was murdered by a hitchhiker. In 1958 their mother, Geraldine, moved the family to Daytona Beach, Florida, where the brothers became interested in music and formed several bands, most notably the Allman Joys. Recognized as a guitar prodigy, Duane Allman became a renowned studio player at the famed Muscle Shoals studio in Alabama. A major record company offered him a contract to form a band so he left the studio to rejoin his brother, Gregg, who played keyboards and sang lead vocals with raspy emotion that belied his age.
Baker's Biographical Dictionary of Popular Musicians Since 1990 (Volume 1) by David Freeland