Tag Archives: Bunny Sigler

BUNNY SIGLER-LET ME PARTY WITH YOU.

BUNNY SIGLER-LET ME PARTY WITH YOU. Bunny Sigler seemed to have been around the Philadelphia music scene forever, by the time he signed to Norman Harris’ new label Gold Mind Records, where he’d release his fifth album Let Me Party With You in 1978. Eleven years before, Bunny had released his debut album Let the …

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THE BEST REISSUES OF 2012-PART 3.

THE BEST REISSUES OF 2012-PART 3. Throughout my review of The Best Reissues of 2012, I’ve reviewed albums that have either been commercial successful or for some reason, failed commercially. Sometimes, there’s nothing wrong with the music. Often, it’s too innovative, released at the wrong time or not promoted enough. Behind each of the my …

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BUNNY SIGLER-LET ME PARTY WITH YOU.

BUNNY SIGLER-LET ME PARTY WITH YOU. Bunny Silger seemed to have been around the Philadelphia music scene forever, by the time he signed to Norman Harris’ new label Gold Mind Records, where he’d release his fifth album Let Me Party With You in 1978. Eleven years before, Bunny had released his debut album Let the …

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BUNNY SIGLER-THAT’S HOW LONG I’LL BE LOVING YOU.

  BUNNY SIGLER-THAT’S HOW LONG I’LL BE LOVING YOU. Back in the spring of 1974, Philadelphia International Records had a busy schedule of releases. They’d three albums scheduled for release. The first of this trio was M.F.S.B’s seminal Love Is The Message and the third was The O’Jays’ classic Ship Ahoy. In between these two …

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INSTANT FUNK-INSTANT FUNK.

INSTANT FUNK-INSTANT FUNK. Often, Lady Luck has played her part in the success of artists and record labels. Back in 1978 Norman Harris’ Gold Mind Records was struggling financially. Without a major distributor the outlook was bleak for his beloved record label, even though it was a subsidiary of Saloul Records. What Norman Harris would …

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