Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Pages: 28. Chapters: Adrien Plavsic, Alexander Martínez, Ali Hakimi, Badile Lubamba, Blaise Nkufo, Cédric Tsimba, David Wemyss, Lord Elcho, Eduardo Ribeiro dos Santos, Guilherme Afonso, Hani Ramadan, Hnat Domenichelli, H? Quang Minh, Joel Savage, Leopold Ru?i?ka, Manuela Maleeva, Mark Astley, Mark Ouimet, Maurice Béjart, Paul DiPietro, Ricardo Lumengo, Robert Boehringer, Robert Palmer (singer), Scott Chipperfield, Siqin Gaowa, Trevor Meier, Wolfgang Pauli, Yehudi Menuhin. Excerpt: Robert Allen Palmer (19 January 1949 - 26 September 2003), was an English singer-songwriter and musician. He was known for his distinctive voice and the eclectic mix of musical styles on his albums, combining soul, jazz, rock, pop, reggae and blues. He found success both in his solo career and in the musical act The Power Station, and had Top 10 songs in both the US and the UK. His iconic music videos by Terence Donovan for the hits "Addicted to Love" and "Simply Irresistible" featured identically dressed dancing women with pale faces, dark eye makeup and bright red lipstick, which resembled the women in the art of Patrick Nagel, an artist popular in the 1980s. Sharp-suited, his involvement in the music industry commenced in the 1960s, covered five decades and included a spell with Vinegar Joe. Palmer received a number of awards throughout his career, including two Grammy Awards for Best Male Rock Vocal Performance, an MTV Video Music Award, and was twice nominated for the Brit Award for Best British Male. Palmer's father was an English naval intelligence officer stationed in Malta. Palmer moved with his family to Scarborough, Yorkshire in 1959. Influenced as a child by blues, soul and jazz music on American Forces Radio, Robert Palmer joined his first band, The Mandrakes, at the age of 15 while still at Scarborough Boys' High School. His first major break came with the departure of singer Jess Roden from the band The Alan Bown Set in 1969, after which Palmer was invited to London to sing on their single "Gypsy Girl". The vocals for the album The Alan Bown Set!, originally recorded by Roden (and released in the US that way), were re-recorded by Palmer after the success of the single. According to music journalist Paul Lester, Palmer rose from northern clubs in England to become "elegant and sophisticated" and the master of several styles. In 1970, Palmer joined the 12-piece jazz-rock fusion band Dada, which featured singer Elkie Brooks. The band lasted a year, after
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