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Robert Moore

At least decades independent the careers of both most prominent brass instrumentalists named Bob Moore, both of whom will also be occasionally credited as Robert Moore. Possibly the gap with time was required with regards to clearing up the lingering poor vibes in the trumpeter of the name, who experienced …

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Ron Tyson

Ronald Tyson Presson may be the Temptations’ 4th alternative to Eddie Kendricks. (Damon Harris, Ricky Owens, and Glenn Leonard preceded him.) He’s also acquired one of the most tenure; Tyson, a gifted songwriter, became a member of the Tempts in 1983, while Kendricks sang using the group for a decade. …

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The Salsoul Orchestra

The music world’s prime disco big band through the past due ’70s, the Salsoul Orchestra recorded many of the tightest, chunkiest disco themes from the 1970s, both alone productions so when the backing group for a number of prime vocalists. Organized by Vincent Montana, Jr. in 1974, the music group …

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Vince Montana

With over 25 platinum and platinum album awards, Vincent Montana, Jr. is actually a musical achievement story. Through the ’70s and ’80s, the multi-talented composer/arranger/conductor/percussionist/bandleader and renowned vibraharpist was an associate of MFSB, the studio room home music group for Gamble & Huff’s Philadelphia International Information (PIR), and later on …

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Earl Young

Philly soul drummer Earl Small kept the master about countless hits appearing out of the town of Brotherly Like through the ’60s, ’70s, and middle-’80s. As one-third of the traditional Baker-Harris-Young tempo section that included bassist Ron Baker and guitarist Norman Harris, Youthful played on strikes from the Intruders, the …

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