The Winans's Tomorrow, released by Light Records in 1984, would establish the group as a formidable quartet within the gospel and secular tradition and elevate their profile to mainstream audiences.
Bunny DeBarge looks back thirty years later.
"Gogoplata" b/w "Kem Dahg" 7-inch from Secret Stash Records
TONTO synth inventor Malcolm Cecil recalls the magic of working on Talking Book, Music of My Mind, and Innervisions
Sheet music collectibles
Harold Rhodes left a bright legacy
Remembering the Doors cofounder and keyboardist
Lenny Kravitz learned to navigate the industry to become a master of his game
Go to the Beat Swap Meet if you respect yourself
“I didn’t want to make a retro album,” Dan explains. “We didn’t record it in a retro way. We recorded it live on the floor, but there’s lots of low end.”
Wax Poetics Records releases free EP from 2000
EW&F’s Maurice White elevated the vocal trio to chart-topping success
Free track from a previously unreleased live show
Forty years of funky television
Years later, the identity of this musician is still a closely guarded secret.
Music talk with Tommy Guerrero