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Examples of "poree"
During his college years, Peters met Anita Poree and her brother Greg Poree. They started writing songs together. This collaboration between Jerry and Anita Poree would become the R&B pop classic "Going in Circles", which was performed by The Friends of Distinction. This became Peters' first gold record. Around this time Peters became an in-demand composer, songwriter, arranger, and producer.
Arrangers: Greg Adams, Greg Wright, Clay Drayton, Don Peake, Benjamin Wright, Gil Askey, H.B. Barnum and Greg Poree
The album was arranged by Greg Poree, Fonce Mizell, Freddie Perren, H.B. Barnum, David Van DePitte, David Blumberg, James Anthony Carmichael and The Corporation. The cover photography was by Jim Britt with Berry Gordy being the executive producer.
For You is the fifth album by former Temptations vocalist Eddie Kendricks. Released in late 1974 on the Tamla imprint of Motown Records. It was arranged Jimmie Haskell, Leonard Caston Jr., Jerry Long, Sanford Shire and Greg Poree.
The Original London Cast recording of "The A–Z of Mrs P", which was produced by Simon Greiff and engineered by Kevin Poree and Danny Monk, was recorded at Southwark Playhouse on 27 and 28 February 2014. The music was produced, mixed and mastered by Kevin Poree at Berry Street Studio in Clerkenwell, London, in March 2014 and the CD was issued on 24 March 2014 by SimG Records. It consists of 18 tracks, all written by Gwyneth Herbert and performed by members of the original London cast. On a 19th, bonus track, Gwyneth Herbert performs an additional self-penned song "Nothing Much to Say".
"Do It Well" is a song recorded by American entertainer Jennifer Lopez for her sixth studio album, "Brave" (2007). It was written by Ryan Tedder, Leonard Caston, Anita Poree, and Frank Wilson. The song was produced by Tedder, with additional vocal production from Cory Rooney. "Do It Well" features influences by disco and hip hop music.
In a phenomenal show of support Devilish Presley's friends and fans raised over £3500 in under 48 hours to enable the recording of a sixth studio album 'The Electric Ballroom'. The album was recorded at Goldmaster Allstars with producer Kevin Poree and co-producer Zac Dorne. It was released in May 2015.
"Going in Circles" is a song written by Jerry Peters and Anita Poree, and originally performed by The Friends of Distinction on their 1969 album "Grazin'", reaching number 15 on the U.S. Hot 100, and number three on the R&B chart. The song has since been covered numerous times by other artists, including Isaac Hayes and Luther Vandross.
"Boogie Down" is a 1973 song recorded by Eddie Kendricks for Motown Records' Tamla label. The song was co-written by Leonard Caston, Jr., Anita Poree and Frank Wilson, the same songwriting team that had composed "Keep on Truckin'", Kendricks' first major hit as a solo artist. Caston and Wilson co-produced the song and the arrangement was handled by Caston, Wilson and David Van DePitte.
Working closely with Frank Wilson, who was the main producer in most of Kendricks' solo efforts, the duo worked on a song that would aim at the dance floor rather than the serene ballads that Kendricks was used to recording. His earlier single, "Girl You Need a Change of Mind", was a cult favorite for club fans. With co-writers Anita Poree and Leonard Caston, Jr., Wilson created a song rivaling that of the Temptations' Norman Whitfield-produced cinematic soul that had become commonplace among the group's recordings, but instead of instigating drama, the song's grooves were clearly aimed at the dance floor.
Caston left Chess in 1968, and joined Motown Records in Detroit, where he worked with songwriter Kathy Wakefield, and writer and producer Frank Wilson. He co-wrote "Nathan Jones" with Wakefield; the song was recorded by The Supremes, produced by Wilson, and rose to #16 on the Hot 100 in 1971. Caston then worked with co-producer Wilson and co-writer Anita Poree to revive the career of ex-Temptations lead singer Eddie Kendricks. He co-wrote "Girl, You Need a Change of Mind", followed by "Keep on Truckin'" and "Boogie Down", which both reached no. 1 on the "Billboard" Soul chart in 1973-74. He also co-wrote and co-produced several of Kendricks' later albums and singles for Motown. Several of his songs were recorded by other artists, including The Four Tops, Stevie Wonder, and The Jackson Five, and he was nominated for a Grammy in 1975.
By the 1890s a man by the name of Poree hired a band led by cornetist Buddy Bolden, many of whose contemporaries as well as many jazz historians consider to be the first prominent jazz musician. The music was not called jazz at this time, consisting of marching band music with brass instruments and dancing. If anything, Bolden could be said to have been a blues player. The actual term "jazz" was first "jass", the etymology of which is still not entirely clear. The connotation is sexual in nature, as many of the early performers played in rough working class venues. Despite colorful stories of mid-20th century writers, the prostitution district known as Storyville was no more important in the development of the music than the city's other neighborhoods, but did play a role in exposing some out of town visitors to the style. Many instruments used were often acquired second-hand at pawn shops, including used military band instruments.
In January 2011 the band finished mixing their 5th album at Berry Street Studio with Kevin Poree (Memphisto) producing. A UK Tour also began in January and the album titled "The Dark Triad" was released on CD & all major digital outlets on 9 May 2011, it was the third album to feature a cover picture by photographer Tina Korhonen. On Monday 7 February the band released a direct to download single "The Beast Must Die" c/w "Cocaine Joe" both taken from their forthcoming album. A promotional "Video Single" for the song was released the same day on YouTube and received 1045 hits in under a week - the video was made by Luke Billing for Berry Street Studio video productions and was filmed at Murder Mile Studio in London. On Monday 31 October 2011 the band released "I Created A Monster"