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Labelle is the debut album of American singing trio Labelle, formerly a four-girl group known as Patti LaBelle & The Bluebelles. This was Labelle's first release for Warner Bros. Side A. "Morning Much Better" (Aram Schefrin, Michael Zager) (4:00). You've Got a Friend" (Carole King, Toni Stern) (4:16). Baby's Out of Sight" (Sarah Dash, Armstead Edwards) (2:35). Time & Love" (Laura Nyro) (3:45). Too Many Days" (Nona Hendryx) (2:57).
Patti LaBelle is the debut solo album by American singer Patti LaBelle, released in 1977. The first album LaBelle recorded after sixteen years fronting the band Labelle (formerly Patti LaBelle and the Bluebelles), it is notable for the dance hit, "Joy to Have Your Love", the classic gospel-inspiring ballad, "You Are My Friend" and the Angelo "Funky Knuckles" Nocentelli mid-tempo number, "I Think About You".
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Biography by Steve Huey. Critically acclaimed funk-rock trio forever best known for the 1975 smash "Lady Marmalade.
Gerry Labelle’s first musical instrument was the alto saxophone; later the tenor and soprano saxophone remained his main instruments, and he later played C Flute, piccolo & Alto flute. Gerry studied music with Frank Mella in Montreal, Canada. He has traveled across Canada and the United States with a group called Illustration, and then moved on to jazz with the great piano player, Marius Cultier, and bassist, Alex Bernard, touring the west Indies mainly in Martinique & Guadeloupe.
Listen to albums and songs from Labelle. But commercial success eluded them until their fourth album, 1974's Nightbirds, with its crown jewel "Lady Marmalade. The song took over the airwaves and became one of disco's first crossover hits. Despite continuing to explore new territory with their interstellar harmonies on subsequent albums, Labelle lost the public's attention.
Gerry Marsden of Gerry & the Pacemakers was again the lead vocalist. Zack Starkey, Ringo Starr's son, was on drums, making him and Ringo the first father and son to both have UK In the original musical Carousel, the song was sung to inspire a pregnant female character after the death of her husband. 1964 Patti LaBelle & Her Blue Belles ( 1965 Gerry & The Pacemakers ( 1968 Elvis Presley ( 1969 The Brooklyn Bridge (. This was the most challenging song on the album to record. Said Kelly: "The chord structure is insane, and we tried it in various keys before eventually the boys really got it right. Then it came down to singing the thing!
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- Distributed By – Trans-Canada Records
- Backing Vocals – Johanne Blouin, Sylvie Choquette
- Bass – Claude Arsenault
- Congas, Percussion – Michel Séguin*
- Drums – Nick Catalano
- Guitar – Red Mitchell
- Piano [Yamaha CP70], Synth [CS 80, CS 50, CS 40M]], Saxophone [Yamaha], Flute [Yamaha] – Gerry Labelle
- Producer, Percussion – Luc Cousineau
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