Mizell Brothers

The Mizell Brothers were a record producing team in the 1970s, consisting of Larry Mizell (February 17, 1944, NYC, New York) and Alphonso "Fonce" Mizell (January 15, 1943, NYC, New York - July 5, 2011, Los Angeles, California).

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Jazz-funk - Ambivalence of The Genre
... The Mizell Brothers have received official accolades from the industry and are being listened to widely ... Tom Browne, Donald Byrd, the Mizell Brothers, Billy Cobham, Lou Marini, The Crusaders, Deodato, Ned Doherty, George Duke, Victor Wooten, Charles Earland, Funkanova, Roger Glenn ... genre is also widely incorporated and sampled in R B and hip hop with countless Mizell Brothers' loops in both styles of music! ...

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