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Michael Henderson

I first heard Michael sing valintine love when I was stationed in Germany in 1975-78, I became and instant fan, when I found him on itunes I yelled out loud, he made some of the best music I have ever heard until this day, thank you Michael for your voice and your music.They bring back pleasant memories, you are the best.

Michael Henderson Finally!

The reviewer who downgraded this collection is of course entitled to his/her own opinion, which is in this case WRONG! Wide Receiver was a novelty song not indicative of Henderson's more serious work as a Bassist, producer, songwriter and vocalist. This is a very good collection that showcases his all around talents perfectly. Underated when compared to other male vocalist of the time ( Peabo Bryson and the like) Henderson's combination of sophisticated Jazz-Soul holds up quite well by today's standards. Add Volume 1 and double your pleasure.

Take Me, I'm Your's

Finally Michael Henderson with the deep voice and the the ability to play to your heart's fullfillment. I have been looking everywhere for this old music that helps to relax the soul and put love where it should be. Enjoy!


Born: 1951 in Yazoo City, MS

Genre: R&B/Soul

Years Active: '60s, '70s, '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s

Vocalist/bassist Michael Henderson has enjoyed successful careers as a player and performer. He moved from Yazoo City, Mississippi to Detroit in the early '60s, and was a session player. As a 13-year-old, Henderson played bass with the Fantastic Four, Detroit Emeralds, Billy Preston, and other Motown acts in 1964 and 1965. He later toured with Stevie Wonder and Aretha Franklin before joining Miles Davis. Henderson played and toured with Davis for seven years. When he met drummer/producer Norman Connors,...
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