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Alexander O'Neal

Last updated: '98 Added '96

At the end of 1996, this Natchez, Mississippi-born singer released his first album on in three years, the superb "Lovers Again" on One World Entertainment/EMI in 1996, later picked up by Ichiban. Page contains an interview from November 1996 and an album discography.
 

Alexander O'Neal

Osiris

Last updated: '97 Added '96

After a much too long hiatus, Washington D.C.'s own cult figure Osiris Marsh returned to the music last year, with the release of his soulful, 3-tracks maxi CD single "Forever". A true gem which really brought back the "Soul" in Soul music; the maxi contained "Dreamin'", "Wynds Of Time" and "Touch Me", which really showcased Osiris' incredible voice and song writing skills, both deeply rooted in the classical R&B tradition. While waiting for Osiris next record, which he assures will be a naasty Funk jam, and a "Best Of" set you can hear both Osiris' legendary Funk monster "Gritt On It", plus his latest CD in Real Audio. A bio on this fascinating Soul survivor, a man whose career goes back more than twenty years in the recording industry, is also available.
  

Osiris

RuPaul

Last updated: '97 Added: '97

Recording artist, DJ, actor, talk show host, author and cosmetics spokesperson; RuPaul has got many irons in the fire. In this interview from 1996, Ru talks about his (then) new album "Foxy Lady" and shows surprising knowledge about Sweden and what its most important exports are.
  
   

RuPaul

Mica Paris

Last updated: '99 Added: '99

After a three year long involuntary break from the recording business, Mica Paris, Britain's own "Queen of Soul" finally delivered an album in late 1998. It's been ten years since Mica debuted in 1988 with "My One Temptation" and "Black Angel", her latest and fourth album, is possibly the best record she's ever done. In this three-part interview, the frank Mica explains why she's been away, talks about the new record and reveals what her biggest fears are.
  

Mica Paris

Ann Peebles

Last updated: '98 Added: '98

The St. Louis-born Ann Peebles possesses a voice unlike any other. To the general public, this rather shy and petite Southern belle's name is primarily associated with her 1973 smash "I Can't Stand The Rain", but those who dote on Deep Soul know that there is much, much more where that came from. "I Can't Stand The Rain" was not Ann's first hit on Memphis' legendary Hi record label, but it was the one that defined the Hi sound worldwide. Ann (who actually was signed to Hi before Al Green) still performs and records consistently to this day. The Ann Peebles Pages contain a biography, based on a recent interview, plus some exclusive footage courtesy of Mrs. Peebles. You'll also find a singles/LP/CD discography.
  

Ann Peebles

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