UK producer Imperial is celebrating the birth of his son with this giveaway of “God Bless The Child” mined from his dig into Sonny Rollins’ “Horn Culture.”
Daily Archives: March 24, 2013
Los Angeles – Soul soothing musical genius Marcus Darc is commemorating one of the most romantic movies ever made with his latest endeavor “My Pretty Woman,” distributed by BrainMuscleMedia/INgrooves/Fontana. Loaded with nine tracks of dreamy deliciousness, the cover art for “My Pretty Woman” is a 2013 recreation of the original poster art for the iconic film classic, “Pretty Woman,” starring Richard Gere and Julia Roberts. The album drops March 23, the same day the movie was released over 23 years ago!
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Alan Gorrie, Malcolm “Molly” Duncan, Onnie McIntyre, Michael Rosen, Roger Ball and Robbie McIntosh were the original line-up of Scottish musicians to form The Average White Band in 1972. Show Your Hand was their 1973 debut album on the MCA label and it failed to make an impact. They left MCA and signed with Atlantic who released their second album, AWB, which became their breakthrough into the ears of American soul/funk fans. “Person To Person” is from this second album as well as their biggest hit song “Pick Up The Pieces.” During the band’s peak in the ’70’s their popularity was strengthened with the singles “If I Ever Lose This Heaven,” “School Boy Crush,” “Cut The Cake,” “A Love Of Your Own,” “Get It Up For Love,” “Queen of My Soul,” “Cloudy” and “Let’s Go Round Again.” Robbie McIntosh passed in 1974 and the band’s members have changed through the years but they continue to tour and 2003’s Living In Colour was their last recording. They also have the distinction of being the 15th most-sampled act in hip-hop.