Hello my friends, I'm presenting an unknown record 45". In fact it is a disco record 45" under the direction of the music family Ingram. It was recorded at Ridge Sound Factory, Philadelphia and it was released in 1980 on Sunlite Records. The record 45" includes the vocal version of the song "Do The Sunshine" and the flip side that it is instrumental. Arranged and conducted by Jimmy Ingram. Rhythm by Butch Ingram, Billy Ingram, John Ingram, Timmy Ingram and Jimmy Ingram. Backing vocals by Peaches, Darlene Collick and Vicky Holloway. Produced by the saxophone player Danny Luciano.
Tuesday, June 27, 2017
Sunday, June 25, 2017
Hello my friends, for tomorrow, on Sunday, I have prepared a special show for all the fans of Soul, Funk, Gospel and Jazz music, for those who really appreciate the quallity of music. I'm also presenting a short tribute to guitarist and partner of Dexter Wansell, James "Herb" Smith. My show starts from 7pm to 9pm (GMT+3) (Greek Time 19:00-21:00). I'll be glad to see you on air!
Sunday, June 18, 2017
Hello my friends, Today my broadcast as usual is including songs from Soul, Jazz and Disco music scenes. My show starts from 7pm to 9pm (GMT+3) (Greek Time 19:00-21:00). I'll be glad to see you on air!
01. MFSB - My Mood 1975 Lp
02. Sharon Ridley - Changin' 1978 Lp
03. Fifth Dimension - Better Than Ever 80s CD (previously unreleased until 2009)
04. Tower Of Power - Heaven Must Have Made You 1979 Lp
05. Dave Koz - Got To Get You Into My Life 2013 CD
06. Tal Armstrong - You Know How To Please Me Please Me 2017 CD
07. David Emmanuel - Givin' It Up 1987 45"
08. Margo LeDuc - You Make Me Smile 2010 CD
09. Tony Saunders - Just The Mood I'm In (vocals by Margo LeDuc) 2011 CD
10. Errol Desmond Leblanc - Things Are Gonna Change 2006 CD
11. The Players - One More Time 1983 Lp (Japanese Group)
12. Bridge - Crying For Love 1981 CD/Lp
13. Paul Tillman Smith - Summer Skye 2017 CD (vocals by Rosie Gaines) (previously unreleased which was recorded in 1982)
14. The Isley Brothers - Here We Go Again 1980 Lp
15. Dixon - If This Is Love 1977 45"
16. Les McCann - Let Your Learning Be Your Eyes 1975 Lp (was written by Bernard Ighner)
17. Bernard Ighner - Little Dreamer 1978 Lp
18. Johnnie Taylor - This Is The Night For makin' Up 2003 CD (previously unreleased until 2003, it was recorded in the 80s)
19. Willie Collins - Girl In The Corner 1986 Lp
20. J.Blackfoot - I Choose You 2009 CD
21. Randy Brown - Things That I Could Do To You 1980 Lp/45"
22. Ahmad Jamal - Touch Me In The Morning 1980 Lp
23. Lamont Dozier - You Made Me A Believer 1981 Lp
24. The Kay Gees - My Favorite Song 1974 Lp
25. Sadao Watanabe - Nice Shot (Live) 1980 Lp
Sunday, June 11, 2017
Hello my friends, Today my broadcast is including songs from Soul, Jazz and Disco music scenes. I will have the pleasure to present you the new jazz album of the Italian guitarist Roberto Tola, "Bein' Green". My show starts from 7pm to 9pm (GMT+3) (Greek Time 19:00-21:00). I'll be glad to see you on air!
Sunday, June 4, 2017
Hello my friends, I'm going to leave for holidays this weekend, so I'm not presenting my broadcast next Sunday on Coni-OnAir. For this reason, I decided to present you a little-known record 45" which was released by legendary organist Jimmy McGriff in 1978. It is worthy to note that this 45" includes the song "Don't It Make My Brown Eyes Blue" which was never included in any Jimmy McGriff's album.
I bought it because I noticed that the name of the female singer Yolanda McCullough was on the vinyl's label and that's why I was vey curious to listen to this song. Yolanda McCullough started in the early 70s with some advertising jingles. Later she sang as backing vocalist for the Eddie Floyd's album in 1975. In 1975 recolated from Detroit to New York. She collaborated with many artists like Diana Ross, Ashford & Simpson, Luther Vandross and others. Totally she released three albums from 1979 to 1982. The best album in my opinion is "Watching You Watching Me" in 1982. However today I'm presenting the song "Don't It Make My Brown Eyes Blue" which was released in 1978 by the legendary organist Jimmy McGriff. Yolanda or Ullanda McCullough is appeared on vocals. Original recording by Crystal Gayle in 1977.
Note: The above posted single is not played in full.