July 11, 2017 at 6:37 PM #4869Mike BarnesParticipant
The plate, “When love is new”, by Arthur Prysock was very nice during the mid 70’s on the New York city dance music circuit, “When love is new”, Was originally Produced and written by Gamble and Huff and performed by Billy Paul in 1975, Though, This version of, “When love is new”, by Arthur Prysock was produced by John Davis and the Monster Orchestra in 1976
“When love is new”, By Arthur Prysock(1976)
July 14, 2017 at 8:46 AM #4882FletchParticipant
My moms was a frequent patron of Arthur Prysock, at the old Latin Casino in Cherry Hill…..!July 14, 2017 at 9:53 AM #4884Mike BarnesParticipant
Fletch, The Latin Casino was a spot that i heard cats like Muhummad Ali, Joe Frazier, Julius Erving, Angelo Bruno(Former Philadelphia mafia cat during the 50’s-1980),Etc, Would frequent during the 1960’s-late 70’s in Cherry Hill,New Jersey(I used to rest 15 minutes from the location where the Latin Casino was located in during the
60’s/70’s in South Jersey and the Latin Casino’s location was very close to a spot called, “Mahorn’s”, Which was a dance music spot(Commercial spot), That, Rick Mahorn lent his name to for promotional purposes during the early 90’s to late 90’s and the spot, “Mahorns’s”, Featured a picture of Rick Mahaorn, Slingin-it”, On a cat during the Rick
Mahorn’s very early years in the NBA(Exhibit A:1980-1985), As soon as cats walked thru the door of Mahorn’s during the early/mid 90’s, My Man/LOL, Fletch, Arthur Prysock made a plate called, “Let the music play”, That was mad nice during the mid 70’s, Though, I cannot locate the plate on youtube and I’m thinking that Arthur Prysock
Recorded, “Let the music play”, Under another name or the producer of the plate of, “Let the music play”, Is Titled as the featured artist instead of the vocalist(Exhibit B:Like the plate, “Everything must change”, Is titled under Quincy Jones’s name, Yet, The vocalist and songwriter for, “Everything must change”, Is Bernard Ighner and Quincy Jones
Was the producer of, “Everything must change”, From 1975 and cats have been sometimes featuring the producer of a plate over the vocalist since the late 70’s till today and hopefully I will find, “Let the music play’, By Arthur Prysock on youtube one day and I will throw the plate on the deephousepage and I can state that Arthur Prysock’s
Version of, “Let the music play”, From the late 70’s is a lot more different than Barry White’s and Shannon’s versions of, “Let the music play’, From 1975(Barry White) and 1983(Shannon), My man(Facts).
“Everything must change”, By Quincy Jones(Featuring the vocals of Bernard Ighner/1975),
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