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Finis Henderson - Finis [Remastered] (2012)

11-05-2014, 10:17
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Finis Henderson - Finis [Remastered] (2012)

Artist: Finis Henderson
Title Of Album: Finis
Year Of Release: 2012
Label: Universal Music / UICY-25340
Genre: Funk, Rhythm & Blues, Soul
Total Time: 41:03 min
Format: Mp3 / FLAC (tracks +.cue, log-file)
Quality: CBR 320 kbps / Lossless
Total Size: 102 mb / 322 mb

Chicago vocalist Finis Henderson was the lead singer for Weapons of Peace before going solo after moving to Los Angeles in the early '80s. His father was a dancer and also vice-president of Sammy Davis Enterprises, as well as manager for such artists as Jerry Butler and Brook Benton. Henderson sang with The Dynamic 4 as a teen before joining Weapons of Peace in 1970. They remained intact for eight years, and then Henderson relocated. He worked for a while as a comedian, and even served as the opening act for Richard Pryor in San Francisco. Henderson roomed for a while with Al McKay of Earth, Wind And Fire. They formed the group Prophecy with Bill Wolfer. Motown offered him a solo deal, but he made little impact or impression with his one session in 1983. Henderson also wrote "Call Me," which was included on Wolfer's '82 LP Wolf.

Finis Henderson - Finis [Remastered] (2012)


01. Skip To My Lou (Frank Hamilton)
02. Making Love (Al McKay, Linda Stuart)
03. Lovers (Finis Henderson, David Paich, Gregory Doty, Tony Haynes)
04. You Owe It All To Love (Al McKay, David Paul Bryant)
05. Blame It On The Night (Rob Preston)
06. Percussion Intro/Call Me (Finis Henderson, Bill Weifer)
07. Vina Del Mar (Al McKay)
08. Crush On You (Stevie Wonder)
09. I'd Rather Be Gone (J.C. Crowley, Dennis Lambert)
10. School Girl (Al McKay, Frank Hamilton, Adonis Hampton, Gregory Doty)



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