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originally posted by: Flyingclaydisk
a reply to: Time4Nostalgia
Dude! Some major oversights in your list!!
You can ditch Rhianna off that list entirely, she wasn't/isn't even remotely innovative. Kick Madonna out of the '90's and move her up to the 80's. Put Michael Jackson and Prince in for the '90's. As far as 2000 and 2010 are concerned, they should both just be blank. There is no major music innovation in those decades. None of it is even real.
Lydia Carter???? Wonder woman????
Where is David Bowie?
Korla Pandit (September 16, 1921 – October 2, 1998),[disputed – discuss] born John Roland Redd, was an American musician, composer, pianist, organist, and television pioneer of national notability. After moving to California in the late 1940s and getting involved in show business, Redd became known as "Korla Pandit", a French-Indian musician from New Delhi, India. However, Redd was actually a light-skinned African-American man from Missouri who passed as Indian. A pathbreaking musical performer in the early days of television, Redd is known for Korla Pandit's Adventures In Music; the show was the first all-music program on television. He also performed live and on radio and made various film appearances, becoming known as the "Godfather of Exotica". Redd maintained the Korla Pandit persona—both in public and in private—until the end of his life.