Detroit-born vocalist Colonel Abrams (his real name) enjoyed moderate success in the past due ’80s, singing within a severe, terse soul style while fitted his voice right into a garage and house setting. Abrams is at the group Conventional Manor along with his sibling Morris in the past due ’60s, after that sang business lead vocals for 94 East in 1976. Their roster included Prince on electric guitar. Abrams later joined up with Surprise Package, a fresh Shirt group. He have scored a mild strike in 1984 using the ballad “Keep the Message Behind the entranceway” for New York’s Streetwise Information. The follow-up, “Music May be the Reply,” was a global dance strike and gained him a cope with MCA in 1985. He previously more success using the singles “Trapped,” “I’m Not really Gonna ENABLE YOU TO,” and “How Shortly We Ignore” in the past due ’80s, and in addition recorded a set of LPs. Abrams’ one “Poor Timing” was made by Cameo’s Larry Blackmon for the 3rd party Horrus label in 1990.
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|All Tied Up||1993||Video performer: "PEOPLE OF THE NIGHT LIFE"|
|Top of the Pops||TV Series performer - 2 episodes, 1985 writer - 2 episodes, 1985|
|Soul Train||1986-1987||TV Series||Himself - Guest|
|Ebony/Jet Showcase||1987||TV Series||Himself|
|Top of the Pops||1985||TV Series||Himself|
|2016: We Remember Part Two||2016||TV Movie documentary||Himself|
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