Add to EJ Playlist New album "System Overload" out now. https://itunes. apple.com/us/al bum/system-over load/id59861778 5 --- Physical CD available from Amazon.
Great music video from The System for the hit single "Don't Disturb This Groove". Released in 1983 (Atlantic Records).
Add to EJ Playlist Nona Hendryx was a member of the 70s Soul/R&B group Labelle who had the hit 'Lady Marmalade'. As a solo artist, her wide range of music spanned from Pop, Funk, R&B, Dance/Club, Hard Rock, and World Music, and she recorded songs for movie soundtracks during the 80s. Her top single as a solo artist, was 'Why Should I Cry', released in 1987. Today, she remains in high demand for musical collaborations, both for her vocals and her songwriting.
Add to EJ Playlist Heres Is A Track From The CD (Old School, Vol. 2). (Dazz Band - Let It Whip) I Hope You Enjoy It.. Theres More To Come... So, Be On The Look Out..
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CD: Old School, Vol. 2
Released: May 31, 1994
1994 Thump Records
1. Pull Fancy Dancer/Pull - One Way
2. Bounce, Rock, Skate, Roll - Vaughan Mason & Crew
3. Oh Sheila - Ready for the World
4. Juicy Fruit - Mtume
5. Burn Rubber (Why You Wanna Hurt Me) - The Gap Band
6. Mary Jane - Rick James
7. Strawberry Letter 23 - The Brothers Johnson
8. Let It Whip - Dazz Band
9. I Got You (I Feel Good) - James Brown
10. Dazz - Brick
11. Push It - Salt-N-Pepa
12. Love Rollercoaster - The Ohio Players
13. Got to Be Real - Cheryl Lynn
14. Pop It - One Way
Add to EJ Playlist In loving memory of W.H.D. and for suicide survivors suffering every day. May God bless us with the peace in our hearts that we so desperately need in our never-ending sorrow.
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Add to EJ Playlist From AllMusic:
When Ta Mara & the Seen's self-titled debut album came out in 1985, the Minneapolis funk-rock sound was huge. Countless artists who had no connection to Minneapolis were trying to cop that sound and emulate Prince or the Time, but as a rule, the best Minneapolis grooves came from the Minneapolis artists themselves. Produced by Jesse Johnson, this LP is among the stronger Minneapolis-sty le funk-rock efforts that came out in 1985. Lead vocalist Ta Mara, who isn't black but sounds like she could be, showed a lot of promise on this album. The LP is best known for the infectious funk hit "Everybody Dance," but Ta Mara is also quite appealing on songs that range from the playful "Summertime Love" to the sweaty "Thinking About You" and the melancholy "Long Cold Nights." Because Ta Mara & the Seen is out of print, fans of the Minneapolis funk-rock sound are advised to grab it at once if they come across a copy.