Black Oak Arkansas
Black Oak Arkansas, a southern rock-band formed 1970 in Black Oak, Arkansas.
In 1978 - 80 a young guitar player named Shawn Lane made its first "rockstar" experiences by the age of 15!
They are most known for the song "Jim Dandy to the Rescue". They are very well know also for their hit single "in da club" which was later made into a rap song by 50 cent.This article is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it (http://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Black_Oak_Arkansas&action=edit).
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They are very well know also for their hit single "in da club" which was later made into a rap song by 50 cent. In 2004, he did a very popular "last night of summer" concert at BT Tower (named for British Telecom, not Transeau). They are most known for the song "Jim Dandy to the Rescue". Also of note, unlike many artists working in electronica, Transeau frequently performs his music live on-stage. In 1978 - 80 a young guitar player named Shawn Lane made its first "rockstar" experiences by the age of 15!. In recent years he has also moved into film scoring including Go (1999), Under Suspicion (2000), Driven (2001), The Fast and the Furious (2001), and Monster (2003). Black Oak Arkansas, a southern rock-band formed 1970 in Black Oak, Arkansas. He also provided vocals on the DJ TiŽsto single "Love Comes Again".
2003 saw the release of Emotional Technology featuring more vocal tracks than usual, including six with vocals by Transeau. BT's 1999 album Movement in Still Life continued his experimentation outside of the trance genre he helped to define, though an interesting dichotomy emerged between his more adventurous work and the more structured, commercially viable tracks. While Ima was comprised solely of the "progressive" sound, 1997's ESCM was more experimental (although it still produced several big records for the electronic dance music scene). However, unlike so many artists of the trance genre, BT has lost neither his momentum nor his edge.
Instantly popular, BT's 1996 album Ima helped shape the future of the burgeoning progressive house scene as it merged with, and later came to define, the trance music style. Transeau's music was not very well received in the United States during the early 1990s, and he moved temporarily to Europe where his music was discovered by Sasha, a British DJ who introduced BT's music into the club circuit. Born in Maryland, and classically trained from the age of thirteen, he attended Berklee School of Music in Boston for one year before dropping out and moving to Los Angeles, then back to Washington, DC. Brian Transeau (born October 4, 1971) is a musician who records under the stage name BT.
BT - Twisted Textures (2002). BT - Breakz from the Nu Skool (2002). Need for Speed: Underground (2003). Stealth (2005).
The Underclassman (2005). Monster (2003). Zoolander (removed his name, uncredited) (2001). The Fast and the Furious (2001).
Driven (2001). Under Suspicion (2000). Go (1999). Wild Colour, "Dreams".
Shiva, "Freedom". Seal, "I'm Alive". Diana Ross, "Take Me Higher". Mike Oldfield, "Let There Be Light".
Billie Ray Martin, "Space Oasis". Billie Ray Martin, "Imitation of Life/Running Around Town" (1996). Madonna, "Drowned World/Substitute For Love" (1998). Sarah McLachlan, "I Love You" (1999).
Lenny Kravitz, "If You Can't Say No" (1998). Grace, "It's Not Over Yet". Gipsy Kings, "La Rumba De Nicolas" (1996). Paul Van Dyk, "Forbidden Fruit" (1996).
DJ Rap, "Bad Girl" (1998). Depeche Mode, "It's No Good" (1997). Deep Dish, "Stranded" (1997). Crystal Method, "Keep Hope Alive" (1997).
Dina Carrol, "Run To You" (1997). Cabana, "Bailando Con Lobos". B-Tribe, "Nanita (A Spanish Lullaby)". Tori Amos, "Amos Putting the Damage On" (1997).
Tori Amos, "Talula" (1996). 10 Years In the Life (2003) - "Best of" album. R&R (Rare & Remixed) (2001) - A collection of BT's remix work. Emotional Technology (2003).
Movement in Still Life (1999, 2000). ESCM (1997). Ima (1995). "Somnambulist (Simply Being Loved)" (2003).
"Dreaming" (2000). "Never Gonna Come Back Down" (2000). "Fibonacci Sequence" (2000). "Mercury and Solace" (1999).
"Godspeed" (1999). "Believer" (1999). "Shineaway" (1997). "Remember" (1997).
"Love, Peace & Grease" (1997). "Flaming June" (1997). "Quark" (1997). "Divinity" (1996).
"Blue Skies" featuring Tori Amos (1996). "Loving You More" featuring Vincent Covello (1995). "Embracing the Sunshine". "Relativity" (1993).
"Moment of Truth" (1993).