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This Collectables disc takes George McCrae's smash album Rock Your Baby and combines it with his eponymous 1975 follow-up. As a precursor to the eventual disco movement in N.Y.C. and beyond, McCrae's soulful "Rock Your Baby" was a smash hit both on the dancefloor and on the pop charts. The majority of the tracks found on this disc follow that same pattern, with a distinctive blend of soul inspiration drawn from Philly, Memphis, Detroit, and his hometown of Miami, along with a bit of an Isley-ish touch thrown in for good measure (check "Make It Right" for an obvious example).


Born: October 19, 1944 in West Palm Beach, FL

Genre: Pop

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

Along with wife Gwen McCrae, Miami, Florida-based artist George McCrae was a prime mover on the early disco front with his own R&B chart-topper "Rock Your Baby" in 1974. Born in 1944 in West Palm Beach, he formed his own vocal group in the early '60s, which eventually included his future wife Gwen. They soon began working as a duo, and when Gwen found success as a solo act, George became her manager as well as backing vocalist. With disco kings Harry Casey and Richard Finch of KC & the Sunshine...
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