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Monday, December 4, 2017

Tyrone Perry - Loving You 1975 (45")

Hello my friends, I decided to present a record vinyl 45" by a saxophone player Tyrone Perry. His real name is John Tyrone Perry. He is a producer, arranger and of course a saxophone player. He is not very well-known. He started arranging for the group Steptones in the late 60s. He also continued  collaborating with them in the 70s. Specifically in 1975, he was the arranger on the song "Success Don't Come Easy" of Steptones. The vinyl record 45" was released on Fast Track Records. In the same year, he collaborated as an arranger with the famous group The Dramatics and also as a saxophone player with the singer Sugar Billy.
The same year he released a vinyl record 45" entitled "Loving You" on Gold Future Records. It was recorded at Gold-Future Studio.

This song is an instrumental soulful tune with solo flute and saxophone accompanied from backing vocals. I prefer the flip-side because it is only with saxophone solo and backing vocals. Very nice sound.

In 1976 he collaborated as an arranger and songwriter with the singer Jimmy McCloud.

In 1980, he appeared on the record 45" under the name of band "Friends". In fact this record is a disco rap but the flip-side is the song "Loving You" that he previously recorded in 1975.
In the early 80s John Tyrone Perry joined in the band called Street Corner Symphony. I don't know how long he has played for this band.

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