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Rhythm Syndicate - Sex Life and Love (1992)

31-01-2015, 09:40
Music | Jazz | Soul | Funk | R&B | FLAC / APE

Rhythm Syndicate - Sex Life and Love (1992)

Artist: Rhythm Syndicate
Title Of Album: Sex Life and Love
Year Of Release: 1992
Label: Mca
Genre: R&B, Funk / Soul, Pop, New Jack Swing, RnB/Swing
Format: Mp3 | Flac
Quality: 320 kbps | Lossless
Total Time: 60:41 Min
Total Size: 147 Mb | 443 Mb


01. Just For The Sex
02. I Wanna Make Love To You
03. Can I Get Naked With You
04. Living On The Frontline
05. Never Never Girl
06. Sexitivity
07. Somebody Call A Doctor
08. Little Pussycat
09. The Story Of Tracy And Paul
10. Forever In Love
11. All You Non-Believers

Bass Guitar, Flute, Bells [Sleigh Bells], Snare – John Nevin
Drums, Percussion – Kevin Cloud
Electric Guitar, Keyboards, Violin, Snare, Backing Vocals – Ron Skies
Engineer [Additional Mixing] – Earl Martin, Martin Horenburg
Engineer [Additional] – Ed Murphy, Steve Heinke
Mastered By – Steve Hall
Producer, Electric Guitar, Keyboards, Written-By – Carl Sturken
Producer, Lead Vocals, Percussion, Written-By – Evan Rogers
Recorded By, Mixed By – Darroll Gustamachio
Saxophone, Flute, Backing Vocals – Rob Mingrino

Rythm Syndicate (the official and purposely misspelled version of the band name, used on their albums, singles, and publicity material, spelt "rhythm" without the first "h") is an R&B group from Connecticut, consisting of singer Evan Rogers, guitarist/keyboardist Carl Sturken, second guitarist Mike McDonald (also handling backing vocals), bassist John Nevin, saxophonist Rob Mingrino, and drummer Kevin Cloud. Rogers and Sturken were already well-established producers and songwriters, having helmed many well-received albums albums during the mid to late-1980s, with Rogers having also released sporadic solo albums during the decade.

The group plans to reunite for a one-off live performance in their home state of Connecticut at the Mohegan Sun Wolf Den. The original restored "Rythm" spelling will be used for this gig to avoid confusion with another band in Ohio using the same name using "Rhythm". When the reunion will happen will depend on Sturken and Rogers' currently busy schedule of writing and producing for other artists. The predecessor band to Rythm Syndicate, Too Much Too Soon, reunited on April 20, 2013 at the Elks BPO Rockville Lodge in Ellington, CT with surviving members Evan Rogers, Carl Sturken, John "Noodle" Nevin, Kevin Cloud and Kirk Cloud performing (keyboardist Keith Cloud died in 1996).

The group had two hits in 1991: "P.A.S.S.I.O.N.", which reached number 2 on the Billboard Hot 100 and "Hey Donna", which attained number 13. "P.A.S.S.I.O.N." peaked at number 58 in the UK Singles Chart in July 1991. The group's releases were on the Impact Records label.

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