You will never, never, never know me
If You Don’t Know Me By Now
Move On Out
‘Cause I am everyday people, yeah, yeah
There is a blue one who can’t accept the green one
For living with a fat one, trying to be a skinny one
And different strokes for different folks
And so on and so on and Scooby dooby doo-bee
Oh, sha sha, we got to live together
I am no better and neither are you
We are the same whatever we do
You love me, you hate me, you know me and then
You can’t figure out the bag I’m in
‘Cause I am everyday people
Sing a Simple Song
Remember when I mentioned a pile of reggae albums at Garnick’s? This is another little gem from those stacks. We still have about 20 albums left to pick up AND they’re getting a huge shipment soon too. I think I’m going to need a third job to keep up soon!
Give a Little Love
Gimme the Dub
Gimme the Dub (Hip Hop Mix)
Simply Red was an English soul and pop band that sold more than 50 million albums over a 25-year career.
Their style drew upon influences ranging from blue-eyed soul, New Romantic and rock to reggae and jazz. At the 1992 and 1993 Brit Awards, they received the award for Best British Group.
The Right Thing
There’s a Light
Solomon Burke (March 21, 1940 – October 10, 2010) was an American recording artist and vocalist, who shaped the sound of rhythm and blues as one of the founding fathers of soul music in the 1960s. Burke was referred to as “King Solomon”, the “King of Rock ‘n’ Soul”, “Bishop of Soul” and the “Muhammad Ali of soul”.
Due to his minimal chart success in comparison to other soul music greats such as James Brown, Wilson Pickett and Otis Redding, Burke has been described as the genre’s “most unfairly overlooked singer” of its golden age. Burke’s most famous recordings, which spanned five years in the early 1960s, bridged the gap between mainstream R&B and grittier R&B. He drew from his roots – gospel, jazz, country and blues – as well as developing his own style at a time when R&B, and rock were both still in their infancy.
During the 55 years that he performed professionally, Burke released 38 studio albums on at least 17 record labels and had 35 singles that charted in the US, including 26 singles that made the Billboard R&B charts. In 2001, Burke was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame as a performer. His album Don’t Give Up on Me won the Grammy Award for Best Contemporary Blues Album at the 45th Grammy Awards in 2003. By 2005 Burke was credited with selling 17 million albums.
I Wish I Knew
It’s Just a Matter of Time
The Spinners are one of those groups that have stood the test of time and continue to tour today. The line up certainly has changed over years, sadly sometimes due to health issues or a death, but the current touring members can still bring the essence of the original group to the stage.
Henry Fambrough (1954 to present)
William “Billy” Henderson (1954 to 2004)
Pervis Jackson (1954 to 2008)
James Edwards (1954)
Robert “Bobby” Smith (1954 to 2013)
Crathman “C.P.” Spencer (1954 to 1956)
Edgar “Chico” Edwards (1956 to 1958; 1962 to 1967)
George Dixon (1958 to 1963)
Joe Stubbs (1962)
George “G.C.” Cameron (1967 to 1972; & 2000 to 2003)
Philippé Wynne (1972 to 1977)
Jonathan Edwards (1977 to 2000)
Frank Washington (2003 to 2009)
Harold “Spike” Bonhart (2004 to 2009)
Henry Fambrough (1954 to present)
Charlton Washington (2009 to present)
Jessie Robert Peck (2009 to present)
Marvin Taylor (2009 to present)
Ronnie Moss (2013 to present)
Medley: Cupid / I’ve Loved You for a Long Time
Now That You’re Mine Again