Barry White – All In The Run Of A Day – Bronco


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Barry Eugene Carter was born on September 12th, 1944 in Galveston, Texas, but grew up in the Watts neighborhood of South Central Los Angeles, California. After a spell in prison began a musical career at the beginning of the 1960s in singing groups, firstly with The Upfronts before working for various small independent record labels in Los Angeles. In the mid 1960’s, Bob Keane of “Del Fi” records hired him as an “A & R” man for his new “Bronco” records imprint, and White started working with the label’s artists, including Viola Wills as a songwriter, session musician, and arranger and a recording artist in his own right.  Barry White signed to “Forward” records in 1969 as a producer. In 1972, White produced the highly successful Love Unlimited, moving to “20th Century” records where he enjoyed even greater success in the 1970’s with the group and as a singer in his own right, leaving in 1979 to launch his own label, “Unlimited Gold” records, which continued until 1983. Barry White recorded through the decades on a variety of labels, but sadly died on July 4th, 2003. This disc has light wear, conservatively graded in VG++ condition


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