The Next Movement - Never Stop Dancin'

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The Next Movement - Never Stop Dancin'

Message par charlie's angels » 15 déc. 2012 22:33

The Next Movement - Never Stop Dancing (GEC LC-705, 1980)
ou dans cette version que je possède personnellement
The Next Movement - Never Stop Dancing (GEC LC-700, 1980)
A1 You're The One 7:34
A2 How Did We Get To This (The Letter) 4:42
A3 Crazy 'Bout Your Lovin' 4:01
A4 Kid Stuff 5:37

B1 Sweat It Out 6:20
B2 For Lovers Only 3:23
B3 Nightstalker 5:51
B4 Never Stop Dancin' 5:02

Écrit par Jerline Shelton, Maurice Commander et R. Gillerson
Produit et arrangé par Jerline Shelton et Maurice Commander

Il y a quelques années, je fus surpris de pouvoir trouver cet LP pour 20 $ sur ebay... et pourtant, c'est vrai!!!

The Next Movement is a Chicago R&B vocal group that was formed in the ’70s on the city’s south side. As young kids, they idolized the popular harmony groups of the ’60s and ’70s such as the Temptations, Jackson 5, Dramatics, The Dells and the Chi-Lites. The group decided on the name “Next Movement” because their dance moves were so smooth they were always asked “what’s the next move?” The young group’s 1st official release was “Girl, Why You Want To Take My Heart” in 1972 on the local Interplanetary label. That was followed 2 years later with “Everywhere You Go (I’ll Be Around)” on Crown Town and garnered them an appearance on the upstart TV show “Soul Train.” The group was asked to perform in Las Vegas with Redd Fox at the Thunderbird in 1976. In 1980, they recorded an album “The Next Movement”. The mid-tempo groover “Never Stop Dancing” received national radio play. In 1984, Next Movement was signed by music industry veteran Gus Redmond and the classic stepper’s tune “More Love” was released. The next year, the group had their first national hit in the formative years of the House Music movement of Chicago entitled “All I Do”, which hit the Billboard R&B charts at #49. Both were arranged by the legendary Tom Tom.
Next Movement was chosen to perform at Oprah Winfrey’s 1989 New Years Eve Party where she proclaimed them the best vocal group in Chicago. The group’s 1991 release “Let’s Work It Out,” became a club hit and a dance classic.
In 1992, Next Movement returned to Las Vegas and began performing in showrooms and lounges. 2006 finds the group still touring and performing at the finest casinos and showrooms across the country. Tony Rankin and Smooth “C” of Radio station V-108 in Las Vegas have proclaimed them the best showband in the entertainment capital of the world. With the highest honor that can bestowed on any performer and a new lineup featuring the 2 original members Carnell Haywood & Samuel Thomas, Jr., with newcomers Donald Albert and Sergio, the group is still making a name for themselves 34 years later. The legend continues.

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Next Movement - Never Stop Dancin'

Message par funkiness » 15 déc. 2012 23:18

C'est terrible ce truc, "Night Stalker" est monstrueux :killyou: "bing"
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The Next Movement - Never Stop Dancin'

Message par christian » 15 déc. 2012 23:35

J'ai chopé cet album, sans la pochette, sinon je pense que je ne l'aurais pas. Mais j'avoue que je m'attendais à un truc plus terrible, c'est bien mais assez spécial.

Après avoir été jusqu'au bout, heureusement qu'il y a le dernier titre "Never Stop Dancin" qui sauve l'impression d'ensemble, ce titre est fabuleux, mais le reste, faut aimer.

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The Next Movement - Never Stop Dancin'

Message par Jean » 19 déc. 2012 12:51

Moi aussi j'ai la version sans pochette comme Christian, je pense qu'elle vient du même fournisseur, un type avec une grosse moustache ;)

Et comme Christian je trouve "Never Stop Dancin'" très au dessus du reste. En fait c'est une reprise d'un titre du premier album de Heaven and Earth (1976).

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The Next Movement - Never Stop Dancin'

Message par Revpop » 19 déc. 2012 21:22

Un sacré grand album ce I Can't Seem To Forget You des Heaven & Earth ! :drunk:

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