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THE UNITED KINGDOM acid jazz collective D’Influence comprised vocalist Sarah Anne Webb, guitarist and keyboardist Ed Baden-Powell, keyboardist and multi-instrumentalist Kwame Kwaten and drummer Steve Marston. Debuting in 1992 with Great 4 We, the group resurfaced in 1995 with Prayer 4 Unity; in addition they emerged among the best production groups in contemporary British isles R&B, helming strikes for Tag Morrison and Shola Ama, whose debut LP Very much Love made an appearance on D’Influence’s very own Freakstreet label. Their third record, London, implemented in 1997.

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Full Name D'Influence
Music Songs Good Lover, Good 4 We, For You I Sing This Song, Phuncky Times, Rock With You, No Illusions, This I Promise You, I've Got My Mind Made Up, Taste of Bitter Love, I'm the One, Prayer 4 Unity, Sweetest Things, Show Me Love, Running Away, Hypnotize, I Wanna Know You, Are You With Me?, La Dee Dah, 32 Flavours, What'cha Gonna Do?, Afrojam, Simmer Down, Wishing Back My Love, Shake It, The Naturals Finale, Music Came to Save My Life, Good Morning Heartache, Funny, There Can Be, The Wah Classic, Magic, You're All I Need
Albums Good 4 We, D'Influence presents... D-Vas, Prayer 4 Unity, London, The Very Best Of D-Influence

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