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LP (Item 30044) Arista, 1981 — Condition: Used
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A real sleeper from Norman Connors – showing him still moving strong in the 80s, always continuing to develop his smooth jazzy soul style! Backing is by the Starship Orchestra, with Marion Meadows on most sax solos – and vocals are by Norman, Jean Carn, and Glenn Jones. There's a number of great uptempo tunes – with a tight hard jazz funk backing, and kind of a sweet early 80s club style in the vocals. Titles include "Love's In Your Corner", "She's Gone", "Stay With Me", "Keep Doin It", "Anyway You Want", and "Sing A Love Song". (Cover has a cut corner, promo stamp, a large name in marker and pen.)  © 1996-2014, Dusty Groove, Inc.


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