8 thoughts on “ And The Beat Goes On - Various - Solar / The Sound Of Los Angeles 1978 - 1993 (CD) ”

  1. Arashikora says:
    Label: Solar - INT ,Solar - INT • Format: Vinyl LP, Compilation Vinyl /5(16).
  2. Ter says:
    Outside of the usual suspects ("And the Beat Goes On," "Fantastic Voyage," etc.), this CD is worth picking up for the lesser known gems. "Come Back Lover, Come Back" is a most EXCELLENT tune from the Sylvers. Leon had become an in house producer for Solar at this point in time and his siblings followed him over there in /4(4).
  3. Mekinos says:
    It figures that it took a British label to assemble a single label collection by American artists, but here it is. For those who don't know, Solar is the acronym for "Sounds of Los Angeles Records." They were responsible for some of the better latter-day soul and funk from the late '70s through the early to mid-'80s.6/
  4. Mejind says:
    The Soul Train label evolved into Solar Records in , where the Whispers stayed for 10 years, reaching their commercial peak. Emphasizing lush arrangements and sweet vocal harmonies, the group earned hits with the US number 1 R&B single ‘And The Beat Goes On’, which also reached number 2 in the UK pop chart.
  5. Gardajas says:
    While that one covers such an extended span of the group's career, this one narrows its scope and focuses on the '70s/'80s Solar era, while tossing in a few highlights from the early to mid-'90s. This is a good package for those who want to get a little deeper into the era of the group who produced "Rock Steady," "And the Beat Goes On," "In the.
  6. Gokree says:
    Jun 22,  · 7. Los Angeles Blues. Peggy Lee. Ignore the video. The song is what matters. This wasn't one of Lee's bigger hits (she's best known for Fever) but .
  7. Mobei says:
    Leon Frank Sylvers III (born March 7, , Memphis, Tennessee) is an American singer, songwriter, disc-jockey, record producer and lavarpertpatenol.skinlichecknasenaterapeanouscirrdi.co was a member of the family group The Sylvers and became one of the most successful producers in black music in the late s to the mids through his association with Dick Griffey's SOLAR Records.
  8. Kagat says:
    Los Angeles had been an important music-business city since the s. The city’s movie industry, the favourable climate, the influx of European émigrés and Southern blacks during World War II, and the founding of Capitol Records in all contributed to the city’s growth as a music lavarpertpatenol.skinlichecknasenaterapeanouscirrdi.co it was only in the s that Los Angeles took New York City’s place as pop music’s capital.

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