Collection includes: Pick Of The Litter (1975); Dancin' And Lovin' (1979); 2LP-in-1CD From Here To Eternally (1979)/Love Trippin (1980); 2LP-in-1CD Yesterday, Today & Tomorrow (1977)/Labor Of Love (1981).
Here is a great collection of extremely rare doo-wop tunes from black artists/groups. There are 1340 tracks on 45 cds and I am betting that there are hundreds of tracks you won't find anywhere else.
Doo-wop is a genre of music that was developed in African-American communities in New York, Philadelphia, Chicago, Baltimore, Newark, Pittsburgh, Cincinnati, Detroit, Washington, D.C. and Los Angeles in the 1940s, achieving mainstream popularity in the 1950s and early 1960s.
Delegation was a British soul musical group with a lengthy career, and an amount of international success. They are generally viewed in the U.S. as a one-hit wonder, based on the crossover hit, "Oh Honey" (1978). Their biggest UK success came in 1977, with the Top 30 hit single, "Where Is The Love (We Used to Know)"
A producer and keyboardist from London, Paul Hardcastle debuted as a solo artist in 1984 and scored the following year with "19," an electro-oriented record featuring news reports and other sources on Vietnam. It became a major hit in his native country; in the U.S., it topped Billboard's club chart. Later, he produced and did remixes for artists such as Ian Dury and Phil Lynott. He continued to sell well in the specialty dance market and occasionally released records as part of the duo Kiss the Sky (with Jaki Graham) while also operating under names like the Def Boys, Beeps International, and Jazzmasters.
One of the UK's best jazz-funk groove bands, and one of the country's most successful jazz exports (their album "Manhattan To Staten" reached No 2 on the Billboard US Jazz Albums chart). Led by Stuart Wade, long-time producer/writer behind the band, they celebrate their 10th album release with "Dig It".
All We Need is the third solo album of the British keyboardist Oli Silk. He continues to fulfill the demands of the smooth jazz genre displaying much innovative capacity.