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4 weeks ago
The tenth in my series of sharing more about the rarities that are included in the career-spanning 4CD Rhino box set, ARETHA that I had the privilege to co-produce with Patrick Milligan focuses on “The Boy From Bombay,” a previously unreleased track from Aretha’s 1972 sessions with Quincy Jones…
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Atlantic Records
1 month ago
This chart-topper gets an "E" for "excellence."
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1 month ago
The legendary soundtrack topped the charts Oct. 21, 1972.
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1 month 1 week ago
SoulMusic Records is proud to present ‘In The Name Of Love’, a musically masterful collection of expanded edition of the five albums by the incomparable Grover Washington, Jr, specifically covering his tenure with Elektra Records from 1979-1984. The luxurious 5CD box set is due November 26, 2021
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Warner Records
4 weeks 1 day ago
2021 Introduction: Revered for her 1966 classic recording “Stay With Me,” admired by pop and rock artists such as Janis Joplin, Laura Nyro and Van Morrison, Lorraine Ellison never achieved mainstream success in a recording career that spanned almost a decade (1965-1974). In a very rare, in depth interview in 1974, the super-soulful Lorraine shared with David Nathan her hopes for finally gaining recognition with a then-new Warner Brothers’ album…
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Atlantic Records
1 month ago
Continuing to delve into highlights among the rare recordings included on the first-of-its-kind career-spanning 2021 4CD set, "ARETHA," co-producer David Nathan gives background information on Aretha’s cover of The Rolling Stones’ “(I Can’t Get No) Satisfaction” and a new version of it recorded in November 1967 and only released in the UK…
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1 month 1 week ago
Originally sung by Gloria Jones in 1965, it became a hit for Soft Cell in 1981.
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Pete Still/Redferns
1 month 1 week ago
Paul McCartney, Taylor Swift, Jennifer Hudson and Dr. Dre will all appear.
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