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8 thoughts on “ Sailing - Soul Generation - Beyond Body And Soul (CD, Album)

  1. Kiramar
    9 rows · Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about Soul Generation - Beyond Body /5(46).
  2. Akihn
    This is a classic recording from this Newark,NJ ensemble (not to be confused with the Texas group "Mickey&The Soul Generation) The 12 tracks reissued on this release combine great soul harmonies with early 70's Funk/5(2).
  3. Tojashicage
    if at all possible was an even greater year for Soul Generation as "Million Dollars" climbed the charts. Their first album ("Beyond Body & Soul") was released and Soul Generation was chosen "Most Promising Group Of The Year." They received much praise, accolades and acclaim.
  4. Tojazahn
    Type: Song, Lyrics Languages: English, Writers: Johnny Green, Edward Heyman, Frank Eyton, Robert Sour, ISWCs: T, T, T
  5. JoJojin
    A long-running New Jersey vocal quartet, Soul Generation started in the early '70s with Cliff Perkins, Jeff Burgess, Herman Hammond, and Earl Davenport. Later the group was continued by Perkins, this time joined by Ted West and Veda LaRue. They kept busy working with producer Tony Camillo, adding harmony vocals and arranging productions at his studio.
  6. Daitaxe
    View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Beyond Body And Soul on Discogs. Label: P-Vine Records - PLP • Format: Vinyl LP, Album, Reissue • Country: Japan • Genre: Funk / Soul • Style: Soul/5(5).
  7. Mikakinos
    Buoyed by the renewed interest, they followed it up in with Body Kiss, their first release to ever debut at #1 Pop and Soul. At age 62, Ronald Isley again found himself at the top of the music business, and the Isley Brothers had firmly established a third generation of fans.
  8. Kigarr
    Soul Generation - Beyond Body & Soul [Japanese Edition] () A masterpiece of east coast vocal group soul – one of the best independent harmony albums of the early 70s! Soul Generation had a fantastic approach – a style that was both sweet and tough at the same time, done with slight gangster/pimp touches that set them apart from some of the other more fragile groups of their era.

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