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Subject: Re: Vivian Cherry


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Roy Fellows (Timeless)
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Date Posted: 05:45:45 05/06/17 Sat
In reply to: Hamish Stuart 's message, "Vivian Cherry" on 08:17:03 04/24/17 Mon


You don't it small Hamish do you! I've been a big fan of Blood Sweat and Tears over the years and was aware of the work of Georg Wadenius with them, but to be honest I wasn't aware of his work with Luther Vandross, David Sanborn, Steely Dan et al. More music to re-visit! Thanks Hamish> Roy Fellows

As I said before Vivian Cherry was part of the NY
>session singer scene and her and Patti Austin did so
>much work together. Vivian, myself, Yolanda and Luther
>did a little show together in an Off Broadway supper
>club round about 81 maybe. Luther had just done his
>album with Never Too Much and A House Is Not A Home
>and was about to take off! We each did two songs,
>those two being Luther's. I did Whatcha Gonna Do For
>Me and Growing Pains from that AWB Volume 8. Vivian
>did a great version of a Pages song and having that
>vocal arranger head on came up with a great Soul take
>on Christopher Cross's song Sailing. We had so much
>fun on those two shows we did. the band was superb of
>course with Mr. Ferrone plus Loweko Harper on bass and
>Georg Wadenius who played on the recording of Never
>Too Much. We had a ball singing together and I just
>wish the night had been recorded or filmed, however it
>will remain in the 'Soul Camera'.
>Best H

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