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Music For The Head (Vinyl) - JEFFREY TURPIN

Music For The Head (Vinyl)

JEFFREY TURPIN

 
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Jeffrey Turpin and his friends

A) Jeffrey Turpin and his friends feat. Ida Mae 'Rumors' B) Cinnamon Suns 'Party Time'

'Rumours' and 'Party Time' - two up-tempo soul/funk tracks with a caribbean feel, produced by Trinidad-born producer and songwriter Jeffrey Turpin in the early seventies in New york.

Jeffrey Turpin is considered one of the pioneers of the local pop-scene music industry in Trinidad & Tobago. Born in 1944, he got involved into music production in his teenage years in the early 1960s. He started to produce and manage bands like the Strollers, the Sparks (who would later become the famous Wildfire), Mighty Pancho, Bert Baily & the Jets, and the Five Fingers Combo. In 1966 he discovered the now legendary artist Mavis John who's first recordings, a cover version James Brown's 'It's A Man's World' (as the B-side for a Strollers track), became a huge hit in the Caribbean.

Having troubles in the music industry in Trinidad he decided to leave for the U.S. in 1968 to work there in the music industry. Through a friend's sister he met Dee Dee and Brook Benton and his future wife, their niece Ida Dixon.

He started to record several artists from the Caribbean and the U.S. at Broadway and Coordinated Studios in New York, including Mavis John, Dee Dee Benton, Johnny Braff, his wife Ida Nixon (she also gave name to his label and record shop IDA records), the Cinnamon Suns and his own band the Jeffrey Turpin Experience. The Cinnamon Suns' (a band consisting of band members coming from several Caribbean islands) first album 'Getting It All Together' was recorded in 1971 and contained the track 'Reggay Express' which became a huge hit across the Caribbean. It also featured the song 'Party Time' and some co...

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Prix : 24,99 $
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Auteur :  JEFFREY TURPIN
Titre : Music For The Head (Vinyl)
Date de parution : août 2016
Éditeur : CONVEYOR CANADA
Collection : Disques Vinyl
Sujet : POP ANGLOPHONE
UPC : 5397102005060
Référence Renaud-Bray : 11221555
No de produit : 2048608

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