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Thread started 12/04/17 8:09pm

LittleBLUECorv
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Barry White's post 70s' Music is Underrated

Post 70s’ BARRY WHITE music is mad underrated. The chart topping hits may have dried up, but he was still making bangers. Minus his big comeback with “Practice What You Preach” in 1994 and “Staying Power” in 1999, his 80s’ material gets madly overlooked.

PS. His use of percussion is extraordinary. It's always perfectly placed in his songs.


Here are a just a few gems from him.



Love Makin' Music



Rio De Janeiro



Passion



Follow That And See (Where It Leads Y’all)



Put Me In Your Mix

PRINCE: Always and Forever
MICHAEL JACKSON: Always and Forever
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Reply #1 posted 12/05/17 6:07am

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Barry's 80's catalog is definately overlooked and under-rated. "Put Me In Your Mix" has always been one of my favorite Barry songs along with this one...


"It's not nice to fuck with K.B.! All you haters will see!" - Kitbradley
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