The Radiants / The Ravens - Voice Your Choice / Dear One download album
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One of the best groups out of Chicago was this one, The Radiants. Here they are with an amazing northern soul track called "Voice Your Choice".
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Watch the video for Voice Your Choice from The Radiants's Chess Chartbusters Vol. 3 for free, and see the artwork, lyrics and similar artists. Chess Chartbusters Vol. 3. Various Artists. The Radiants originated in Chicago in 1960 at the Greater Harvest Baptist Church, where the future Radiants sang in the Youth Choir. Maurice McCallister assembled the group and sang lead; the other members were Wallace Sampson (baritone), Jerome Brooks (second tenor), Elzie Butler (Bass), and Charles Washington (first tenor). Similar to the Womack Brothers, the guys sang gospel at local churches but also worked on the R&B songs written by McCallister on the side. McLauren Green replaced Washington shortly before their first recording session.
Lyrics for Voice Your Choice by The Radiants .
The best Impressions knockoff in history (although Jimi Hendrix, who supposedly 'couldn't sing', did an amazing one-man Impressions impression on 'Electric Ladyland'); it reached R&B, Pop for the Radiants in February, 1965. - AWR. "Voice Your Choice". Gerald Sims - Maurice McAllister). Intro: drum roll, /. Chorus: Bb Eb Dm Cm/Bb 1: 3X 2: 1X Voice your choice.
The Radiants – Voice Your Choice lyrics. Write my explanationnew. Then there's me Who's the last but not the least So come on now Girl, speak your peace Speak your peace. Voice your choice (Ooh, tell me who do you love) Voice your choice (Oh, girl, yeah) Voice your choice (Ooh, girl, yeah). Tell me, girl, what you're gonna do And tell me what you are trying to prove Girl, you don't need two No, when one will do So come on now, say it's me and you Me and you. Voice your choice (Ooh, tell me who do you love) Voice your choice (Oh, girl, yeah) Voice your choice (Ooh, girl, yeah) Tell me who do you love (Ooh, tell me who do you love)
The Raven is the nineteenth solo studio album by American musician Lou Reed, released in 2003 by Sire Records. It is a concept album, recounting the short stories and poems of Edgar Allan Poe through word and song, and was based on his 2000 opera co-written with Robert Wilson, POEtry. The Raven features new and very different versions of two songs that Reed had released on earlier albums: "Perfect Day" (originally found on 1972's Transformer) and "The Bed" (from 1973's Berlin).
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Tracklist Hide Credits
|A||–The Radiants||Voice Your Choice
Written-By – G. Sims*, M. McAlister*
|B||–The Ravens||Dear One
Written-By – Fred Parris
- Copyright (c) – Sugar Hill Records Ltd.
- Record Company – Sugar Hill Records Ltd.
- Published By – Chevis Music
- Published By – Bob-Dan Music
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- Rights Society: BMI
- Matrix / Runout (Label side A): CH 138-A 19
- Matrix / Runout (Label side B): CH 138-B 19
|CH-91037||The Radiants / The Ravens||The Radiants / The Ravens - Voice Your Choice / Dear One (7", Promo)||Chess||CH-91037||US||1984|