Su abbiamo trasmesso: Johnny Bristol & Liz Lands - Hang on in there baby
Very tame by today's standards (or lack of) the late great Johnny Bristol was terrific at setting a certain mood
Early start, 🚗 off to Bristol today to help a lady whose life is blighted by We are very excited to help her get h…
Songs You Only Hear on Aberdare Jukeboxes (and karaoke): 'Running Bear' by Johnny Bristol
this was a great year for feel good songs! Chi-lites, Andy Kim, Johnny Bristol and The Detriot Spinners too!
Despite strong bids from Bristol and Warsaw I hereby declare Shrewsbury on a Saturday night to be the drunkest place on Earth I've ever seen
This book is a brilliant read. Many thanks can't wait to see you in Bristol soon
Go back to the summer of 1963, and witness Baby's life change forever when she meets Johnny 11/29-12/4.
Now playing on Blaze FM. Johnny Bristol Hang on in there baby "Great City, Great Community, Great Music!"
"Son,there ain't no woman worth bringing home that you meet after 2am." Mgr. Dave Bristol to rookie Johnny Bench
it's in Bristol so not too expensive! I'm pretty sure I've convinced Johnny, plus it is Valentine's Day 😂
I don't know what Morganton, North Carolina is like but Johnny Bristol sure makes me want to go there:
26" - Johnny Leota threads the grubber through and, after a fumble, it's a Sale Sharks scrum, 30m from the whitewash.
*Full Lineup Announced for Sunday 18th December Eveny Live! City Academy in Bristol*. 4FW head to the City...
Please don't destroy this new joy we found. Johnny Bristol - Hang on in there baby (
.or Charlie Sheen on safe sex, or Bristol Palin on abstinence, or Johnny Manziel of DV, or Israel on peace, why use Chris B?
Models (female only) wanted immediately! (Bristol): Hello. I'm Johnny. Thanks for checking this ...
Johnny Bristol, Hang on in there Baby, In the Bottle by Gill Scott Herrin. Please.
In critical ways, the film reminded me of "The Usual Suspects" and the 1972 TV movie "Welcome Home, Johnny Bristol," with Martin Landau
This is the look I get 90% of the time. @ Johnny Brusco's New York Style Pizza - Bristol at the…
Journalism died in Bristol years ago
Yeah last summer, was one of the best events I'd ever been to 😎
That looks sweet, was that Kings or 9th?
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Johnny Bristol hang on in there baby
Happy B-Day today to the smooth and soulful Johnny Bristol!
John William "Johnny" Bristol (February 3, 1939 – March 21, 2004) was an American musician, most famous as a...
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Matt Cooper is playing Hang on in there baby by Johnny Bristol and Johnny Bristol!
Welcome home, Johnny Bristol was GREAT TV movie starring Martin Landau. know?
As featured on the 1977 album , ''AN EVENING WITH Diana Ross''. ''Here I Am'', the first part of the medley was written by, Burt Bacharach, Hal David, while, ''I Wouldn't Change A Thing was written by, Johnny Bristol & was also covered by, Coke Escovedo. The Jones Girls are featured on backing vocals on this track & in fact on the album. GARY
I. Before service begins, Please listen and understand. The gospel of Blues, the hymnal of of R&B, the liturgy of jazz is the soundtrack of life. You can count bars, Line up lyric stanzas and codify notes, Your intellect can explain till the last split atom is wrung out of your brain cells. You can't explain our nuances, You can only feel it. II. Let us bow our heads in gratitude for the Blues and its first born Rhythm, I'm crying my eyes out in Love, Blues Please open your hymnals to the Old Testament, Gospel of Love, Chapter Two, pages 3-10 and read from the gospels of, The Platters, The Drifters, Ray Charles, Smokey Robinson, Gamble and Huff, Skip Scarborough, Holland Dozier Holland, Norman Whitfield, Johnny Bristol, Harvey Fuqua Stevie Wonder, Earth Wind and Fire, David Porter, William Bell, Al Bell, Isaac Hayes, Well we can't call them all... But skim the verses and Choose your song. III. Jazz liturgy will be the subject of next week's message. Its foundations sit in Africa. Prepare, worship and stud ...
Catch you tomorrow on SOUL-ar with some immaculate new rhythms from Cliff Dawson,Jose James,Samuel Prather's Groove Orchestra, the final recording of the late Al Johnson,Ronn David, Bill LaBounty,Butch & Rhonda Coleman,Robert Cray Band, paying respect to Wayne Henderson & Frankie Knuckles, Marcus Miller,Ryan Shaw,Ron E.Beck, Lisa Stansfield Soultalk style,CJ Hilton's tribute to Marvin, the man himself Marvin Gaye, Johnny Bristol, Jim Hurt, Greg Phillinganes, Derwin Daniels, Dado Moroni Quintet, Leon Beal,Avani,Kris Bowers & Chris Turner, classic Atmosfear & more - fully loaded Warner Jazz Half Hr at 12.45 and either side of that an 90 minutes of all the soul you can stand. Back2Basics, tomorrow from 12 midday uk time on Solar Radio. Looking forward to your company (Solar on Sky:0129 & around the world www.solarradio.com)
Anna Records was a short-lived record label, known as a forerunner of Motown, founded by sisters Anna and Gwen Gordy and Roquel Billy Davis in 1959 and located in Detroit, Michigan. Gwen Gordy and Davis had written hit songs for Jackie Wilson and Etta James prior to founding the label. Anna Records recorded acts like David Ruffin, future lead singer of The Temptations, Joe Tex, Herman Griffin, Johnny Bristol and his partner Jackey Beavers (the original duo behind the Supremes' "Someday We'll Be Together"), and future Motown hit-making songwriter-producer Lamont Dozier (who went by the name Lamont Anthony at the time). They hired future Motown star Marvin Gaye as drummer for the label. Berry produced a record on the Penny Label (part of early Anna Records) in the Spring of 1959 showcasing a white doo *** group known as "Bryan Brent and the Cutouts". Berry had hoped that "Vacation Time", written by himself and Billy Davis, would be the hit side. However, "For Eternity", written by the Cutouts, became the su ...
Few details are known about Reeves' life and career following his dismissal from CSNY. He reportedly earned an associate's degree in Mandarin Chinese at Coastline Community College during the intervening decades, while his "I Got Your Number" has been covered by such artists as Tom Jones, Boz Scaggs, and Johnny Bristol. Other unreleased songs allegedly recorded for David Geffen and Clive Davis (including "Working Man") have been championed by Graham Nash and Neil Young; a cache of recordings from the early 1970s features a band including Stevie Wonder on drums and Nils Lofgren & Duane Allman on guitar. His 1978 $1,000,000 lawsuit pertaining to unpaid CSNY royalties was eventually settled amicably. In the aftermath of his tenure with the group, Reeves nevertheless contributed in earnest to several projects, including most of Neil Young's After the Gold Rush, Crosby & Nash's eponymous debut ("Immigration Man"; 1972), Dave Mason's It's Like You Never Left (1973), an unreleased version of "Tonight's the N ...
So after a great Saturday night at OJs it's got me thinking about some of my all time soul tunes. Ten that spring to mind are 1. Eugene Record- Overdose of Joy. 2. Keith Barrow - You Know You Want To Be Loved. 3. Thelma Houston - Saturday Night, Sunday Morning. 4. Collins & Collins - Top of The Stairs. 5. Salsa Orchestra - Runaway. 6. Bobby Womack - Tell Me Why. 7. Donald Byrd - Dominoes (Studio Version. 8. Johnny Bristol - I Sho' Like Groovin' With You. 9. Milton Wright - Keep It Up. 20. Body Fusion. How about you? Don't be shy.
SONG TRIVIA - "AIN'T NO MOUNTAIN HIGH ENOUGH" The song was written by Ashford and Simpson in 1966, prior to joining Motown. British soul singer Dusty Springfield wanted to record the song but the duo declined, hoping it would give them access to the Detroit-based label. As Valerie Simpson later recalled, "We played that song for her (Springfield) but wouldn't give it to her, because we wanted to hold that back. We felt like that could be our entree to Motown. Nick called it the 'golden egg'." The original 1967 version of "Ain't No Mountain High Enough" was a top twenty hit. According to record producers, Terrell was a little nervous and intimidated during recording because she did not rehearse the lyrics. Terrell recorded her vocals alone with producers Harvey Fuqua and Johnny Bristol, who added Gaye's vocal at a later date. "Ain't No Mountain" peaked at number nineteen on the Billboard pop charts, and went to number three on the R&B charts. This original version of "Ain't No Mountain", produced by Fuqua ...
Sweet soul and latin funk from another fallen soldier of the brutal professional music scene. This wonderful gent who relinquished some wax gems drummed with the Majesticks and Hitchhikers, Etta James and shared the stage with Ike and Tina Turner and Ray Charles. Eventually went out on a nasty tour, came home, sold his drums and never looked back. But the music lives on! Bautista - self-titled. Near mint Latin funk promo on ABC, $20. David Bowie - Diamond Dogs. Near mint 1974 pressing in near mint gatefold, $10. David Bowie - Young Americans. Near mint first US press in very good + jacket with lyric sleeve, $8. Johnny Bristol - Hang In There Baby. Very good + in near mint jacket, on MGM, $6. Bill Connors - Of Mist and Melting. Near mint on ECM, with Gary Peacock and Jack DeJohnette, $6. Jorge Dalto - Chevere. Near mint Latin funk jazz in very good jacket, $15. On United Artists. Paul Desmond - Pure Desmond. Near mint on CTI, $6. Eloy - Floating. Near mint Janus original in very goo ...
The song was written by Johnny Bristol, Jackey Beavers, and Harvey Fuqua in 1961; and Bristol and Beavers recorded the song together as "Johnny & Jackey" for...
Time for the party - Sheree Brown (2013) Bit by love - C Robert Walker (2013) Famous faces - Light Of The World (1982) Where will you go when the party's over - Archie Bell & The Drells (1976) Got to be real - Cheryl Lynn (1978) Pack up your bags - Harvey Mason (1977) Affirmation - Dr Dave (2012) Gettin' to know you - Timotha Lanae (2013) Love me love me love me or leave me leave me leave me - Gloria Scott (1974) Nights over Egypt - The Jones Girls (1981) Share your love - The Writers (1979) I need your love - Patterson Twins (1976) What about you - Carl Hall (1973) Set you free - Willie Bobo (1979) Stone cold heart - Incognito (2013) re Sausalito - George Duke (2013) re Fantasy - Johnny Hammond (1975) S.O.S. - The S.O.S. Band (2013) re Share the night - World Premier (1983) Do it to my mind - Johnny Bristol (1976) Searchin' for some lovin' [M+M Remix] - Debbie Trusty (2013)
Hang On In There Baby - Single Version by Johnny Bristol which I only just realised it utterly filthy!
The Jackson Sisters (not to be confused with Jackson sisters, La Toya, Janet, and Rebbie who were the siblings to American soul group the Jackson Five) were an American soul and disco family group in the 1970s. The group hailed from Compton, California but were based in Detroit, Michigan.The Jackson Sisters were Jacqueline Jackson-Rencher, Lyn Jackson, Pat Jackson, Rae Jackson and Gennie Jackson. They recorded material for the Tiger Lily Records label, obtaining some modest success in the 1970s. However the group really came into their own nearly a decade later, following the emergence of the rare groove scene in the UK. Many of their songs were written by Johnny Bristol. I Believe In Miracles, their hit song, was written and originally recorded by Mark Cappani in 1973. The track reached in the UK Singles Chart in June 1987. GARY
Kim Weston exited the company in early '67, leaving Marvin in search of a duet partner. This time the label teamed him with vivacious Philly native Terrell. From the outset, it was a match made in heaven. "That was Mr. Gordy's idea, as far as I know," said Johnny Bristol, who produced their first du...
One of the most readily identifiable voices of any contemporary female vocalist, Randy Crawford's initial recognition came from her fiery vocal on "Street Life," a 1979 song matching her with the Crusaders that was included on the soundtrack for Burt Reynolds' film Sharky's Machine. Crawford was born in Macon, Georgia, and grew up in Cincinnati, Ohio; she worked in clubs as a teen, accompanied by her father. Crawford was lead vocalist in a group that included bassist Bootsy Collins before touring as George Benson's opening act in 1972. Cannonball Adderley invited her to sing on his LP Big Man. Crawford recorded "Don't Get Caught in Love's Triangle," a song produced by Johnny Bristol, during a short stay on the label. She soon moved to Warner Bros., and after "Street Life," recorded and toured Europe with the Crusaders. Crawford was tabbed Most Outstanding Performer at the 1980 Tokyo Music Festival. She remained with Warner Bros. through the '80s and early '90s, during which time she developed a strong fol ...
This is Tammi Terrell's solo version of the classic track she also cut with Marvin Gaye. Written by Johnny Bristol, Harvey Fuqua and Thomas Kemp. This track ...
When Diana Ross was preparing for her solo career while in The Supremes last phase 68-69. ''Love Child'', ''Someday We'll be together'' I'm livin' in shame'' The Composer, '' No matter what sign you are The singles and the rest of the lps during this last part of Motown's Golden Period did not include the other two actual Supremes on the backgrounds when they were recorded Cindy Birdsong and Mary wilson were far from Berry Gordy's mind on even considering The Supremes as a full group as he set his total attention on Diana's solo career and overseeing personally a well planned smooth transtion in which when it came time to lay the backgrounds Motown's back up girls ''The Andantes'' were used on those last supremes sessions as well as Syreeta Wright a solo artist signed to Motown who Berry was Originally looking to tap before Jean Terrell took the spot to replace Diana in the group. The Water sisters Backed Diana along with Johnny Bristol as the GUIDE VOCAL on '' Someday we'll be together'' in which Bristo ...
This was a Diana Ross solo effort that was credited to The Supremes too. Johnny Bristol had written and recorded it along with Jackey Beavers on Harvey Fuqua...
Produced by Johnny Bristol. from the album "Slow Dancer"1974
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