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Lynden David Hall

Last updated: '99 Added '99

His "Medicine For My Pain" album is one of the finest contemporary soul albums I've heard in years. Meet the shy, but extremely friendly British singer, songwriter, arranger, musician and producer Lynden David Hall in this two-page interview.
  

Lynden David Hall

Jimmie "Bo" Horne

Last updated: '98 Added '98

If you were anywhere near a club in the mid- to late seventies, there is no way you could have missed Jimmie "Bo" Horne and his positively charged and exceptionally catchy dance jams.  Floor-fillers like "Gimme Some", "Get Happy", "Dance Across The Floor", "Spank" and "You Get Me Hot" kept you shaking your booty all night long and even if you had a rough day, you left the discotheque with a big smile on your face. Page features a bio, based on an interview, and an albums/singles discography.
   

Jimmie 'Bo' Horne

Lighthouse Family

Last updated: '96 Added '96

Meet the U.K.'s finest. Paul Tucker and Tunde Baiyewu are the Lighthouse Family, the duo that took the British charts by storm with their "Ocean Drive" and "Lifted" singles last year. In an interview from April 1996, Paul Tucker explains how the Lighthouse Family's album, "Ocean Drive" was designed to create pictures in your mind. There's also a second interview with the affable Paul Tucker from November 1996, where he speaks of Lighthouse Family's (then) forthcoming "Postcards From Heaven" album and how the massive success of "Ocean Drive" has affected the duo.
  

Lighthouse Family

Barbara Mason

Last updated: '98 Added: '98

Singer/songwriter Barbara "Lady Love" Mason, one of the true pioneers of Philly-Soul, was born in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania in 1947. Although she, like so many other young girls, had dreams of a becoming a star, she never thought it would happen to her. But it did. She was still a minor when she had her first hit record "Yes, I'm Ready" in 1965. Seven years later, she would be one of the most celebrated Soul singers, only to disappear almost completely from the public eye in the early eighties. The Mason pages features a five part interview (the longest ever published on Barbara?), a bio and a discography.
  

Barbara Mason

Maxwell

Last updated: '98 Added: '96

Introvert, bohemian and shy. That's what's been said about Columbia/Sony recording artist Maxwell in the press. Fascinating and very friendly is a more appropriate description. In this interview, he talks about the music and the message in his "Maxwell's Urban Hang Suite", arguably one of the best Soul albums of '96.
  

Maxwell

Gwen McCrae

Last updated: '97 Added: '97

Florida-born Gwen McCrae is the epitome of Southern "Deep Soul". She debuted in 1969 with then husband George and went on to record a string of high-quality singles and albums for the T.K. subsidiary Cat, "Rockin' Chair" being her biggest hit. After a disappointing 2-LP stint with Atlantic in the early eighties, Gwen left the music business, but was only happy when forced to return by her loyal British following. After an album on Goldwax in 1996, Ichiban Records released and re-packaged Gwen's brilliant, U.K.-recorded effort "Girlfriend's Boyfriend". Page features a 2-part interview.
 

Gwen McCrae

Yvette Michele

Last updated: '97 Added: '97

Yvette Michele was first heard on "Everyday & Everynight", a giant hit from Funkmaster Flex' "Mixtapes Vol. One". That smash was followed by "I'm Not Feeling You" and in the fall of '97, Yvette's first album "My Dream", which efficiently mixes Hip-Hop, R&B and House, was finally released. This interview with the articulate and easy-going Yvette took place via the phone from Paris.
  

Yvette Michele

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