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HONEY CONE: Scorching Soul Trio

(2012/DEMON) 22 tracks

Article properties: HONEY CONE: Scorching Soul Trio

  • Interpret: HONEY CONE

  • Album titlle: Scorching Soul Trio

  • Label DEMON

  • Genre R&B, Soul

  • Year of publication 2012
  • Artikelart CD

  • EAN: 5014797138902

  • weight in Kg 0.1
Honey Cone - Scorching Soul Trio CD 1
01 Want Ads (Long Version) HONEY CONE
02 While You're Out Looking For Sugar HONEY CONE
03 Sunday Morning People HONEY CONE
04 Son Of A Preacher Man HONEY CONE
05 Are You Man Enough, Are You Strong Enough? HONEY CONE
06 Take My Love HONEY CONE
07 The Feeling's Gone HONEY CONE
08 When Will It End HONEY CONE
09 We Belong Together HONEY CONE
10 It's Better To Have Loved And Lost HONEY CONE
11 If I Can't Fly HONEY CONE
12 Take Me With You HONEY CONE
13 All The King's Horses (And All The King's Men) HONEY CONE
14 Don't Count Your Chickens (Before They Hatch) HONEY CONE
15 How Does It Feel HONEY CONE
16 One Monkey Don't Stop No Show [Part 1] HONEY CONE
17 Stick Up HONEY CONE
18 Who's It Gonna Be? HONEY CONE
19 Sittin' On A Time Bomb (Waitin' For The Hurt To Come) HONEY CONE
20 Innocent 'til Proven Guilty HONEY CONE
21 Woman Can't Live By Bread Alone HONEY CONE
22 Stay In My Corner HONEY CONE
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The Honey Cone

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The Honey Cone came Edward Holland’s way thanks to a suggestion from one of his key lieutenants at the Detroit-based labels he operated with his brother Brian and Lamont Dozier (even if their names couldn’t be associated with the enterprise right then), Invictus and Hot Wax. Jeffrey Bowen said, ‘Well, I need a female group, ‘cause Holland-Dozier-Holland like to do females.’ And I said, ‘Well, I know, but Holland-Dozier-Holland can’t really do it. But I like females. I’ll just have to get somebody else to do it,’” says Holland.

 

Lead singer Edna Wright, born in 1944 in Los Angeles, hailed from a staunch gospel upbringing (Darlene Love, whose titanic pipes graced many a Phil Spector production, is her older sister). Edna joined The Cogic Singers, a teenaged sanctified group with an amazing roster: Billy Preston, Sondra ‘Blinky’ Williams, Gloria Jones, Frankie Karl, and Sandra and Andrae Crouch. “Isn’t that weird? All of us were kids,” says Edna, who went secular in 1964 for producer Ed Cobb. She had no idea her A Touch Of Venus was meant for public consumption.

 

“As far as I knew, it was a demo for Brenda (Holloway),” she says. “Then when I turned around and came back from New York, they were releasing it on me.” It came out on the Champion label under the name of Sandy Wynns. But Edna’s main vocation during the second half of the ‘60s was as first-call background vocalist on countless L.A. pop and soul sessions, harmonizing behind Johnny Rivers, The Righteous Brothers, Ray Charles, and plenty more. Holland was floored when she sang background on TV’s ‘The Andy Williams Show.’

“I had called Edward and told him to watch it, because he had wanted me as a solo artist,” she says. “He just loved the way I sang. Then I told him, ‘I’ve got two girls that I’m working with. You might want to think about a group.’” Those girls were Carolyn Willis and Shellie Clark. “Shellie was Carolyn’s friend. And Carolyn said, ‘You might want to use this girl named Shellie. She’s cute!’” They were signed as Shades of Brown. “Edward said, ‘You know, you guys are so sweet, what comes to my mind is like honey from a cone!’” she recalls. “And he named us Honey Cone.”

While You’re Out Looking For Sugar, The Honey Cone’s debut release on H-D-H’s Hot Wax logo, was a respectable charter during the summer of ’69. Girls It Ain’t Easy reached #8 R&B for them that fall. Edna met house writer-producer Greg Perry while in Detroit. He convinced her to move to the Motor City and worked with her, looking high and low for a surefire smash. Edna found it when she heard Scherrie Payne dubbing her vocal onto Want Ads, penned by Perry, General Johnson of labelmates Chairmen of The Board, and H-D-H engineer Barney Perkins.

“Scherrie went to leave, and I said, ‘That’s a smash! The title alone is a smash!’ She replied, ‘You think so?’ And I said, ‘Absolutely.’ She said, ‘Then you sing it!’” says Wright. “I kept singing it as Edward was taking me home. He asked, ‘You like that?’ I told him, ‘That’s a smash!’ And he said, ‘Really? She doesn’t think so.’ I repeated, ‘It’s a smash on me!’ So he said, ‘You wanna do it?’ I said, ‘I’d love to do it!’” Perry and Johnson assumed the production reins, and the spunky Want Ads rocketed to the top of the pop and R&B hit parades in mid-’71. Stick-Up made it two R&B chart-toppers in a row, and near year’s end their zesty, Latin-tinged One Monkey Don’t Stop No Show (Part 1) was a #5 R&B entry. But The Day I Found Myself marked their last time in the R&B Top Ten the next year. They broke up in 1973.

“That was the disheartening part, for it to end like that,” says Wright. “It wasn’t a long enough run.” Edna returned to L.A. and hooked up with Perry again professionally (he produced her 1977 solo debut set, ‘Oops! Here I Go Again,’ for RCA) as well as romantically (they were married six months before its release).

- Bill Dahl -


Various - Sweet Soul Music 26 Scorching Classics From 1971

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