Gerald Mallory – Lay It Down On Me – Prelude


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Prelude Records was a New York-based independent record label that was active from 1976 to 1986 and owned by Marvin Schlachter. Prelude was first launched in 1976, renamed from Pye International Records, a US division of UK-based Pye Records which had begun in 1974. The name was derived from the music group Prelude, which recorded for Pye at the time. It first made its small release with a large name called JUMBO, which spawned a minor hit with “Turn On To Love”. In 1981 they pioneered the mastermix with Shep Pettibone’s “Kiss Mastermix 2×12”. Prelude’s biggest hits included “In the Bush” by Musique, “Come to Me” by France Joli, “A Little Bit of Jazz” by the Nick Straker Band and “Must Be the Music” by Secret Weapon. This is a CLASS Soul mover from 1982 and in EXCELLENT condition!!

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