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John Armstrong - Braincleaner album mp3
  • Performer:
    John Armstrong
  • Title:
    Braincleaner
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  • Size FLAC version
    1100 megabytes
  • Size MP3 version
    1576 megabytes
  • Size WMA version
    1643 megabytes
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    4.4
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    443
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John Armstrong may refer to: John Alexander Macdonald Armstrong (1877–1926), Canadian politician. John Armstrong (Australian politician) (1908–1977), Australian politician and federal minister. John Armstrong (New Zealand politician) (1935–2018), New Zealand Member of Parliament 1990–1993. John Armstrong Jr. (1758–1843), American soldier, congressman, and . Secretary of War. John Armstrong Sr. (1717–1795), American general and Continental Congressman.

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John Rutherford Armstrong ARA (14 November 1893 – 19 May 1973) was a British artist and muralist who also designed for film and theatre productions. He is most notable for the Surrealist paintings he produced. Armstrong was born in Hastings in Sussex. His father was a clergyman and Armstrong was educated at St. Paul's School in London. He studied law at St. John's College, Oxford, but switched to art and became a student at St John's Wood Art School throughout 1913 and 1914.

John Armstrong’s new compilation Afrobeat Brasil features 14 blazing tracks from 2011 to 2017 that nod towards Nigeria, Ethiopia, Mali and beyond – with feet firmly in Brazil. For the first time outside Brazil, a careful selection of modern Afrobeat- inspired tunes from across several Brazilian genres, taking in cutting-edge players from Rio, São Paulo, Salvador, Porto Alegre –and even Paris. No slavish Fela Kuti copycats these, but rather Afrobeat and other specific African tempos and rhythms used as a blueprint, a building- block for new directions in Brazilian music

John Armstrong’s new compilation Afrobeat Brasil features 14 blazing tracks from 2011 to 2017 that nod towards Nigeria, Ethiopia, Mali and beyond – with feet firmly in Brazil. No slavish Fela Kuti copycats these, but rather Afrobeat and other specific African tempos and rhythms used as a blueprint, a building- block for new directions in Brazilian music.

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John Armstrong - Primary Artist