5. Low Down, Hard Times Blues. 7. This One's for Us. Leon Huff, Jr. 2:49.
Kenneth Gamble and Leon Huff, the founders of Philadelphia International Records, met in 1964 while they were both playing as session musicians for various labels, including Philadelphia based Cameo-Parkway Records, whose building would later become home to Philadelphia International Records recording studio. Here to Create Music.
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Their music spoke to the day and the time and began to attract listeners of all types . Gamble and Huff also collaborated with singer and songwriter Jerry Butler to write and produce "Only the Strong Survive," a song that was one of the earliest to introduce what became known as the Philly Sound. It featured an irresistible thumping bass and a melody that borrowed from gospel, soul, and doo-wop.
So, how do you create an album art video? It’s super easy. 2. Create a new project. 3. Figure out how long your song is. Write down the play duration. Also, you can make album art videos with Garageband, since they give you the option to create podcasts. Basically, you just drop your album art in and import your mp3; then export the thing as a quicktime.
However, musicians pushed the music in different directions; usually, different regions of America produced different kinds of soul. In urban centers like New York, Philadelphia, and Chicago, the music concentrated on vocal interplay and smooth productions. In Detroit, Motown concentrated on creating a pop-oriented sound that was informed equally by gospel, R&B, and rock & roll. In the South, the music became harder and tougher, relying on syncopated rhythms, raw vocals, and blaring horns. All of these styles formed soul, which ruled the black music charts throughout the '60s and.
And here is another super ultra under-rated band and album: the experimental US black metal act MURMUR, with is self titled album, released in 2014. I will write it there A LOT of times: as every excellent band, it doesn't fit a precise category. You know you're working for the right company when you can create a banner with one of your colleague wearing a kilt, holding a Slayer mug containing a cat in bavarian costume drinking a bavarian beer, while a Ghost candle caresses softly with its flame his family jewels, while a Slayer candle start to ignite his magnificent kilt.
|1||Your Body Won't Move, If You Can't Feel The Groove||6:08|
|2||I Ain't Jivin', I'm Jammin'||5:55|
|3||No Greater Love||6:14|
|5||Low Down, Hard Times Blues||2:46|
|7||This One's For Us||2:49|
|NJZ 36758||Leon Huff||Here To Create Music (LP, Album)||Philadelphia International Records||NJZ 36758||US||1980|
|NJZ 36758||Leon Huff||Here To Create Music (LP, Album, Promo)||Philadelphia International Records||NJZ 36758||US||1980|
|S PIR 84530||Leon Huff||Here To Create Music (LP, Album)||Philadelphia International Records||S PIR 84530||UK||1980|
|PIR 84530||Leon Huff||Here To Create Music (LP, Album)||Philadelphia International Records||PIR 84530||Netherlands||1980|
|7243-4-98951-2-6||Leon Huff||Here To Create Music (CD, Album, RE)||The Right Stuff, Philadelphia International Records||7243-4-98951-2-6||US||1999|