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Al Hudson & The Soul Partners - Cherish download album

  • Performer: Al Hudson & The Soul Partners
  • Title: Cherish
  • Genre: Funk & Soul
  • Formats: DMF MPC DTS XM AA APE MPC
  • Released: 1977
  • Style: Disco, Funk, Soul
  • MP3 album: 1611 mb
  • FLAC album: 1231 mb
  • Rating: 4.9/5
  • Votes: 697
Al Hudson & The Soul Partners - Cherish download album

Al Hudson & The Soul Partners. Cherish ‎(LP, Album). As every other Al Hudson album it has that spark of soul/funk that I just love. This album in particular has more mellow and smooth sounds, with the exception of "If You Feel Like Dancin'". 4/5. Reply Notify me 2 Helpful.

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Al Hudson & The Soul Partners -1977 – Cherish. A great little album of up-tempo soul from Al Hudson – recorded in the years before he formed his One Way group, but with a similar approach that’s kind of an answer to disco, putting a bit more funk into the mix for the dancefloor. His group benefits from the talents of Kevin McCord, who plays bass and sings a bit – although Al’s doing all the lead vocals on this album.

Al Hudson and the Soul Partners are not a traditional vocal group lineup, though they sound like one. The personnel are Al Hudson (lead vocals), Kevin McCord (lead vocals & bass guitar), Cortez Harris (vocals & guitar), Jack Hall (piano), and Theodore Dudley, Jr. (drums). This eight-song collection is stuffed with ballads. Al Hudson sings in a gospel-inspired tenor that's more commonly heard on recordings produced below the Mason-Dixon line. Kevin McCord has one of the coolest falsettos in soul music; it's similar to the false voice of the late William Powell (O'Jays).

Why Must We Say Goodbye 06. Tripped, Slipped, Stumbled And Fell 07. Cherish 08. If You Get Caug. 0. gkjoflm 4 January 2014 05:47.

One Way was an American R&B and funk band that was popular in the late 1970s, and throughout most of the 1980s, led by singer Al Hudson. The group's most successful record was "Cutie Pie", which reached n. on the Billboard Soul Singles chart and n. 1 on the pop chart in 1982. Detroit vocalist Al Hudson, guitarist Dave Roberson and bassist Kevin McCord founded Al Hudson and the Soul Partners in the mid '70s.

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