Mark Lanegan was an American singer, songwriter, author, and musician known for such compositions as “The Gravedigger’s Song” (2011).
Then there is “Crystalised”, a cover of a The xx song, which is featured on a rather interesting mix tape.
Gary Brooker was an English singer-songwriter known for co-writing “A Whiter Shade of Pale” (1967).
Dan Graham was an American visual artist known for such artworks as Belgian Fun (2004).
P. J. O’Rourke was an American libertarian political satirist and journalist.
He wrote books such as Holidays in Hell (1988).
Sandy Nelson was an American drummer known for such compositions as “Let There Be Drums” (1961).
Incredible Bongo Band‘s oft sampled rendition of this instrumental was released in 1973.
Howard Grimes was an American drummer, known for playing on such recordings as Ann Peebles’s “I Can’t Stand the Rain” (1973).
Ivan Reitman was a Czech-born Canadian film director and producer best known for directing Ghostbusters (1984).
Betty Davis was an American composer and singer working in the funk and soul idioms.
She is known for such songs as “Anti Love Song “.
John Wesley was an American painter, known for his spareness of technique and flat-style of painting.
Ian McDonald was an English composer and musician, best-known as a founding member of King Crimson with whom he co-composed “21st Century Schizoid Man” (1969).