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Dance Of Magic/Dark Of Light
Nº of Discs:
|1. Dance Of Magic|
|2. Morning Change|
|4. Give The Drummer Some|
|5. Dark Of Light|
|6. Butterfly Dreams|
|8. Black Lightnin|
|9. Twilight Zone|
|10. Song For Rosa|
Small quantity of this titles coming back from our previous distributor.
Shipment date: 12th June
Norman Connors first 2 albums - Dance Of Magic (1972) and Dark Of Light (1973)
Re-Mastered from the ORIGINAL MASTER TAPES at Battery Studio’s New York by Sony’s Sean Brennan.
Liner Notes by Alex Henderson
Mention the name Norman Connors to fans of classic 1970s soul, and they immediately think of R&B hits such as “You Are My Starship,” “Valentine Love” and “We Both Need Each Other.” They think of Connors putting R&B singers like Michael Henderson and the late Phyllis Hyman on the map, and they think of the Philadelphia native as an R&B-oriented drummer/arranger who made soul, funk, disco and quiet storm recordings and perhaps recorded a jazz instrumental here and there if he felt like it. But early in his career, Connors was not an R&B-oriented artist who offered a little jazz on the side. He was a hardcore jazz drummer and an instrumentalist who came from the city that gave us Philly Joe Jones, Mickey Roker, Bobby Durham and other first-class jazz drummers.
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