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Music Magic

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Streetwave Records originally released this set in 1984. It represents one of the final chapters of Rose Royce's interesting recording career. The tunes are as arresting as any they ever did; but with little promotion, these charming caressers and robotic grooves escaped all but Rose Royce's most fanatical fans' attention. Kenny Copeland's sugary falsetto (he doubles on trumpet) and Ricci Benson's — who replaced Gwen Dickey — striking soprano sparkle throughout. Like good brewed coffee, Music Magic is good from the first to the last drop.

Biografía

Se formó en: 1973 en Los Angeles, CA

Género: R&B/Soul

Años de actividad: '70s, '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s

Rose Royce — the Los Angeles-based group comprised of Henry Garner (drums); Terral "Terry" Santiel (congas); Lequeint "Duke" Jobe (bass); Michael Moore (saxophone); Gwen Dickey, performing with the group using the stage name Rose Norwalt (lead vocals); Kenny Copeland (trumpet, lead vocals); Kenji Brown (guitar, lead vocals); Freddie Dunn (trumpet); and Michael Nash (keyboards) — were actually formed by Copeland and Garner. Both were preparing for graduation from high school, and contemplating...
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