Grachan Moncur III was an American jazz trombonist known for such albums as Evolution (1964).
Fred Van Hove was a Belgian jazz pianist known for his work in free jazz.
Margo Guryan was an American singer-songwriter, author of “Sunday Mornin'” (1967), first recorded by Spanky and Our Gang and a year later by herself.
Alan Hawkshaw (1937 – 2021) was a British composer and musician, particularly of library music, working extensively for the KPM production music company in the 1950s to the 1970s, composing such songs as “Grange Hill”.
With the studio group Love De-Luxe he scored a number 1 single on the Hot Dance Music/Club Play chart with “Here Comes That Sound Again” in 1979.
In the 1970s, he worked for Jane Birkin and Serge Gainsbourg as a musical director, arranger and pianist, including on L’homme à tête de chou (1976).
One of his best-known compositions is “Blarney’s Stoned” which was used as the theme tune for Dave Allen’s television shows.
In 1977, he composed “New Earth Parts 1 & 2” for Hank Marvin’s Guitar Syndicate (1977) LP project.
This was subsequently sampled over 30 years later by Jay-Z for his song “Pray”.
Also, during the late 1970s, music by Hawkshaw appeared in several films by Radley Metzger, including Barbara Broadcast (1977) and Maraschino Cherry (1978).
Deliverance is known for its “dueling banjos” scene, its degenerate hillbilly trope and its brutal male-on-male rape, in which Ned Beatty is ordered to “squeal like a pig” while being anally raped.
In Network Beatty plays an executive who gives a speech on the nature of capitalism.
This is also a good time to call to mind that in the novel Deliverance on which the film of the same name is based, the dictum “there exists at the basis of human life a principle of insufficiency” by Georges Bataille, is used as epigraph in the original French.
Malcolm Cecil was a British musician best-known for his involvement in Tonto’s Expanding Head Band. And Tonto are best known for their involvement with Stevie Wonder.
I give you Zero Time.
Jutta Lampe was a German actress best-known for her film Marianne and Juliane (1981).
In that film she plays the ‘good’ sister, the regular journalist. The ‘bad’ sister has joined the RAF.
Many people forget, but Europe during the 1970s and 1980s, witnessed a series of bloody terrorist attacks rivalling the islamist terrorism of today.