Clem Curtis & The Foundations - Broadway mp3 album
Clem Curtis (born Curtis Clements; 28 November 1940 – 27 March 2017) was a Trinidadian British singer, who was the original lead vocalist of sixties soul group The Foundations. He was the father of seven children, six sons and a daughter from previous relationships. Born in Trinidad as Curtis Clements, he arrived in England at the age of fifteen and later found employment as an interior decorator. He entered boxing and won most of his fights as a professional boxer
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In the mid-1970s, while Clem Curtis and the Foundations were on the road, there was also another Foundations line-up that was led by Colin Young who were on the road at the same time, who were playing basically the same material. This eventually led to court action which resulted in Curtis being allowed to bill his group as either the Foundations or Clem Curtis & the Foundations Also in the mid-1970s, Young and his group, The New Foundations, released a lone . .
Clem Curtis, the original lead singer for the . 60s hitmakers The Foundations, died yesterday (March 27). The BBC reported Curtis' passing, confirming it with his family, though no cause of death was given. He was 76. The Trinidad-born Curtis joined The Foundations in 1967, singing on the multi-racial soul group's breakout hit "Baby Now That I've Found You," which topped the singles charts in the . and reached No. 17 on the Billboard Hot 100 in the States. The singer would rejoin The Foundations in the mid-'70s, though by then, the group had fractured to the point where multiple members were leading their own iterations of the band. Eventually, Curtis and original guitarist Alan Warner teamed back up to re-record early Foundations hits. Curtis continued to perform through this year.
The original lead singer of The Foundations, Clem Curtis, said working with the band was "paradise". Curtis, from Olney in Buckinghamshire, was speaking in an interview recorded two days before his death on Monday, aged 76. The star who sung on the band's 1967 number one hit Baby, Now That I've Found You, told the BBC: "The Foundations came along at a time when music was going downhill. We made music that made people happy. Curtis' wife Yelena said the star had been diagnosed with two cancers about six months ago. Media playback is unsupported on your.
Curtis and the Foundations,The Atlantic Soul Machine',The Funk Masters and many others and have performed all over the world from 1975-2006'. At 14 thru 17 i traveled the road with gospel singers later getting into blues,soul and r&b, when visiting the 'Ohio Players' guitarist 'Sugarfoot' i started listening to more jazz and learning new chords and rhythms,i. You're stuck on a desert island and only get to bring one album with you. What do you pick? George Benson's 'Breez'in', 'On Broadway', 'Weekend In LA' and many others,i heard it and loved it,i listened to and studied him and Earl Klugh more intently while living in london 81 84,George recorded 'Weekend In LA performing live, he's my mentor and he's 'M. Guitar',he's a guitarist's guitarist,because h can play almost.
Clem Curtis & The Foundations. OPINT 001. Promise (The Saxual Mix), Promise (The Funky Trip), Promise (Jon's in the Garage), Promise (Original Honesty Mix), Promise (Drummie Zeb Dubbed Up Mix). The Promise, Feat Clem Curtis.
OPIN 001. Clem Curtis & The Foundations. Baby Now That I've Found You (7", Single).
|IDM 69||Clem Curtis & The Foundations||Broadway (7")||IDM Records||IDM 69||UK||1984|
|IDMT 69||Clem Curtis & The Foundations||Broadway (12")||IDM Records||IDMT 69||UK||1984|