Tag Archives: Richard Finch

HENRY STONE’S-MIAMI SOUND.

HENRY STONE’S-MIAMI SOUND. Henry Stone was a record man. That was the case since he founded his first record labels in 1952. Rockin’ and Glory were the first over over 100 record labels Henry Stone founded. These labels sold over 100 million copies. The most famous, and successful of these labels was T.K. Records, which …

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GEORGE MCCRAE-ROCK YOUR BABY.

GEORGE MCCRAE-ROCK YOUR BABY. Imagine an artist could record a single in an hour, costing them just $15 or $20 and that single went on to reach number one in the US Billboard and US R&B Charts. While that might sound far fetched, it actually happened. Back in 1974 George McCrae recorded Rock Your Baby …

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KC AND THE SUNSHINE BAND-PART 3.

KC AND THE SUNSHINE BAND-PART 3. Imagine you’re a member of a band whose just released a triple-platinum album. Not just any triple-platinum album, but one featured two number one singles. How do you follow this up? This was the problem facing Harry Wayne Casey and Richard Finch, or as they’re better known, KC and …

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KC AND THE SUNSHINE BAND-KC AND THE SUNSHINE BAND.

KC AND THE SUNSHINE BAND-KC AND THE SUNSHINE BAND. Imagine this scenario. You’re part of a band whose just released your debut album which fails to chart. A year later, you release the followup which not only reaches number one in the US R&B Charts and is certified triple-platinum, but features two singles that reach …

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GEORGE McCRAE-GEORGE McCRAE.

GEORGE McCRAE-GEORGE McCRAE. Describing George McCrae as an overnight success would be wrong. Instead, the success that would come his way come about almost accidentally. Lady Luck decided to look George’s way. Having spent years of trying to forge a career in music, George McCrae had just about given up hope. He was planning to …

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KC AND THE SUNSHINE BAND-PART 3.

KC AND THE SUNSHINE BAND-PART 3. Imagine you’re a member of a band whose just released a triple-platinum album. Not just any triple-platinum album, but one featured two number one singles. How do you follow this up? This was the problem facing Harry Wayne Casey and Richard Finch, or as they’re better known, KC and …

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K.C AND THE SUNSHINE BAND-DO IT GOOD.

  K.C AND THE SUNSHINE BAND-DO IT GOOD.  Sometimes, people forget just how popular an artist or group were. One group people forget just how successful they were are K.C. and The Sunshine Band. With their unique fusion of disco, funk, soul and poppy hooks, K.C. and The Sunshine Band became one of the biggest …

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KC AND THE SUNSHINE BAND-KC AND THE SUNSHINE BAND.

KC AND THE SUNSHINE BAND-KC AND THE SUNSHINE BAND. Imagine this scenario. You’re part of a band whose just released your debut album which fails to chart. A year later, you release the followup which not only reaches number one in the US R&B Charts and is certified triple-platinum, but features two singles that reach …

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GEORGE MCCRAE-ROCK YOUR BABY.

GEORGE MCCRAE-ROCK YOUR BABY. Imagine an artist could record a single in an hour, costing them just $15 or $20 and that single went on to reach number one in the US Billboard and US R&B Charts. While that might sound far fetched, it actually happened. Back in 1974 George McCrae recorded Rock Your Baby …

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