Tag: Pop

Children of the World – “The Time is Now”

Children of the World – “The Time is Now”The Sleeve: The Liner/Sleeve Notes:  “Steve Popovich and legendary Nashville producer / arranger Bill Justis have created a labor of love for our perpetual enjoyment and inspiration. The voices of singing children never fail to create goose-bumps – and these Children of the World will thrill your heart. They sing with a long list of... Read More »

Raymond Cayer – “When Love Is On My Mind”

Raymond Cayer – “When Love Is On My Mind”The Sleeve: The Liner/Sleeve Notes:  “From his young age, Raymond Cayer was part of several groups and made known his talents of singer. For several years he sang at the St. Paul Church in Aylmer, his hometown, and subsequently performed alone or with the Renaissance group in almost all the cabarets in the region.  Today,... Read More »

George H. Jenner – “Fingers Four Touch On Sounds”

George H. Jenner – “Fingers Four Touch On Sounds”The Sleeve: The Liner/Sleeve Notes:  “GEORGE JENNER IS SHOWN SEATED AT THE CONSOLE OF THE BALDWIN PR 200 ORGAN IN HIS STUDIO AT CAMBRIDGE (GALT), ONTARIO.  GEORGE TOOK AN EARLY INTEREST IN MUSIC, STARTING ON DRUMS AND LATER MOVING TO THE AUTOHARP, AS NO ONE WOULD BELIEVE THAT HE HAD THE ABILITY TO PROCESS BEYOND... Read More »

Charity Brown – “Rock Me”

Charity Brown – “Rock Me”The Sleeve: The Liner/Sleeve Notes:  “Making records and performing have always been foremost in Charity’s life. With “ROCK ME”, her first album, you’ll hear her three powerhouse hits, “JIMMY MACK”, “YOU BEAT ME TO THE PUNCH” and “TAKE ME IN YOUR ARMS”, but you’ll feel her power and sensitive rapport with a song.” Personal Review:... Read More »

Lori Jacobs ‎– “Everything’s Jake!”

Lori Jacobs ‎– “Everything’s Jake!”The Sleeve: The Liner/Sleeve Notes: None. Personal Review:  After a pretty long hiatus, I’m finally back online. And to celebrate, here is another fine record for all y’all. This album opens with the track “I Don’t Even Time” and it seems to have a dancey pop sound to it, like bubblegum pop. Lori has a... Read More »

Father Robert White ‎– “A Heart That Understands / What Might Have Been”

Father Robert White ‎– “A Heart That Understands / What Might Have Been”The Sleeve:   The Liner/Sleeve Notes: None. Personal Review:  Father Robert White, known for his ridiculously expensive record – “The Reverend in Rhythm” – also, released this little 45 right here. Who woulda thunk?  The A-Side is “A Heart That Understands” – and it’s you basic pop / vocal standard with the backing vocals, and... Read More »

Ronnie Dee & The Brothers III ‎– “Jody / Last Night I Dreamed”

Ronnie Dee & The Brothers III ‎– “Jody / Last Night I Dreamed”The Sleeve: The Liner/Sleeve Notes:  “After 22 years in the music business, Ronnie Dee truly qualifies as a show business veteran. In every performance his voice is unmistakably clear and strong. His repertoire and appeal spans all generations and his following grows with every performance.  But the best words to describe Ronnie Dee’s talents are... Read More »

Jeff Kimball ‎– “The Jeff Kimball Show”

Jeff Kimball ‎– “The Jeff Kimball Show”The Sleeve: The Liner/Sleeve Notes: None. Personal Review:  So, initially my friend had given me this album because hey, it’s a guy with a big afro and equally big lapels. Then I heard it. Then I listened again, and again, and again. This album still blows my mind.  The album opens with the track “When... Read More »

Carly Simon ‎– “The Best of Carly Simon”

Carly Simon ‎– “The Best of Carly Simon”The Sleeve: The Liner/Sleeve Notes: None. Personal Review:  So, I can’t really say I’m like a huge Carly Simon fan or anything, I know like one song, and knew she was married to James Taylor for a bit.  The album opens with “That’s the Way I’ve Heard It Should Be” and for some reason the... Read More »

Mike Williams – “Pleasing You”

Mike Williams – “Pleasing You”The Sleeve: The Liner/Sleeve Notes:  “PLEASING YOU” is the name of this album. It’s also Mike Williams’ musical destiny. He sings, plays and entertains from his heart. A purity many musicians never possess.  At the age of 10 Mike sat down at the piano and picked out “What Now My Love.” Since then, he has... Read More »

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