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Saturday, February 6, 2010

Terri Gore - Movin on 1984 Lp


Terri Gore with The Kruze Band


This album one year ago was sold for 1000$ by Recordsbymail. However two months ago was sold for 224$.



Terri Gore from North Carolina is one of the best female vocalists of the Beach Music scene. She released this album on Sapphire Records and it was distributed by Galaxy LTD.
The musicians were Alan Kaufman on keyboards, Chris Anderson, Andre Ferreri & Van Sachs on guitars, Doug Hawthorn on bass, Jim Brock on drums & percussion, Ray Alexander on trumpet, Phil Thompson on sax & flute, Mike Balogh on trombone, Nat Spier on baritone sax, Frank Portone on French horn, Ziad Rabie on tenor sax. Background vocals by Angela St.Clair, Sheila Kaufman & Debbie Dobbins. Produced and arranged by Alan Kaufman.

I have chosen three tracks entitled "Movin on" , "I'm hurtin" and "Laugh, smile, and cry".









Also "Movin on" released as 7 inch on the same label.

Terri has been awarded an unmatched total of 8 CAMMY Awards. She has been voted Female Vocalist of the Year 5 consecutive times from 1996 to 2000. Terri has won two “Solo Album of the Year” awards for both her “Carolina Girl” and “It Don’t Get Better Than This” CDs on Forevermore Records. Terri has recorded with artists such as The Embers, Russell Thompkins, Jr. & The Stylistics, Jay & the Techniques, Danny & the Juniors, Softones, Legendary Dukes, Catalinas, Holiday Band and General Johnson and the Chairmen of the Board. In 2001, Terri released her third cd entitled “Shinning Through”, which garnered tremendous airplay throughout the Southeast with the hit single “Forever The One”.

In 2003, Terri was the first female vocalist in the Carolinas to score two songs on the All-Time Carolina Top 40 Christmas Chart with two original songs “All Around The World” and “Carolina Christmas”. Terri Gore is a staple of Beach Music Radio, receiving more airplay than any other female vocalist. Fessa John Hook of the Rhythm and Beach Network said it best when he stated, “Terri Gore has become a part of both the culture of the Carolinas and our musical conscience”. In 2003, General Johnson and Surfside Records signed Terri (the first female vocalist ever for the label) and recorded the beach music hit “Sugar Daddy”, currently featured on the Surfside release “Beach Music Mermaids”.


Note: The above posted tracks are not played in full

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