|A||Shake Your Power||2:45|
|B||Sun Won't Come Out||2:40|
|72937||Harvey Scales||Sun Won't Come Out (7")||Mercury||72937||US||1969|
Album Confidential Affair.
Dancing Room Only Harvey Scales. Shake-A-Matic Harvey Scales. Universal Love Harvey Scales. Hot Foot (Theme) Harvey Scales. Visiting Rights Harvey Scales. I Get Off On You Harvey Scales.
Harvey Scales (September 27, 1942 - February 11, 2019) was an American rhythm & blues and soul singer, songwriter, and producer. Scales had been active in the music industry since the 1960s, and composed songs for groups such as The Dells, The Dramatics and The O'Jays. He is particularly notable for his co-authorship of the songs "Love-Itis" and "Disco Lady". In 2009, a compilation album of material by Harvey Scales and The Seven Sounds, recorded for Magic Touch Records, was released by Soul-Tay-Shus Records as Love-Itis: All the Rare & Unreissued 45's from the Vaults of Magic Touch: 1967-1977. Harvey Scales died on February 11, 2019. Studio Albums Somebody Else’s Somebody (1997) (Four Sight) Hot Foot: A Funque Dizco Opera (1979) (Casablanca) Confidential Affair (1978) (Casablanca).
Harvey Scales (born 1941) is an American R&B singer, songwriter, and producer. Scales has been active in the music industry since the 1960s, and has composed songs for groups such as The Dells, The Dramatics and The O'Jays. Scales continues to perform in Milwaukee, and at other venues throughout the United States.
A. Shake-A-Matic (Mono). B. Shake-A-Matic (Stereo).
Shake Your Rump" contains samples of several 70s and 80s funk songs. Problems playing these files? See media help. As a result, a lot of the tracks come from songs they'd planned to release to clubs as instrumentals – "Shake Your Rump," for example. They'd put together some beats, basslines and guitar lines, all these loops together, and they were quite surprised when we said we wanted to rhyme on it, because they thought it was too dense. Dancing Room Only" by Harvey Scales. That's the Joint" by Funky 4 + 1.
Harvey Scales co-wrote the first certified platinum single, "Disco Lady" by Johnnie Taylor. The singer/songwriter's 1978 Casablanca Records debut, Confidential Affair was a collection of disco-laced soul/R&B music produced by Melvin Griffin. The fat, funky single.
Shake Your Power, All over the world.