Sylvester - Living For The City mp3 album
Sylvester is the third studio album by Sylvester. It was his first disco album in the series of three that were recorded and released by Fantasy Records in the late 1970s. The album was issued with the alternative title Over and Over in France. Two singles were issued from the album.
For the similarly titled 1974 Stevie Wonder song, see "Living for the City". Living in the City is an album by the progressive bluegrass band Northern Lights. After this album two members left the band, Jake Armerding and Jeff Horton, both to pursue their own music. Taylor Armerding - mandolin, guitar, vocals. Jeff Horton - bass, vocals. Bill Henry - vocals, guitar. Mike Kropp - banjo, guitar. Jake Armerding - violin, mandolin, vocals.
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Living For the City Lyrics. About Living For the City
The album it came from Innervisions won the Grammy Award for the Album of the Year. Wonder asked one of the janitors at the studio to say the "Get into that cell, ni-er" line