Jimmy Bo Horne

Vinyl Records and Rare LPs:

Jimmy Bo Horne - Dance Across The Floor Dance Across The Floor
Soul New - LP 7801 Sunshine Sound
Sealed 1978 Original. “Produced By Howie Casey (KC) And Rick Finch Who Also Wrote The Eight Tracks, The Session Players Are The Same Guys Who Play On K. C. And The Sunshine Band's Records, Which Makes Dance Across The Floor Essentially A KC And The Sunshine Band Album With A Superior Vocalist. Not Your Typical Soul Singer, Jimmy Bo Horne Parents Are Educators, And He Has A Degree In Sociology. He Also Had A Good Voice Which He Used To Good Effect On Earlier Singles, But Got Typecast With This Album As A Disco Artist. "Dance Across The Floor" Was Obviously Influence By B. T. Express' #1 Hit "Do It Til You're Satisfied," The Two Grooves Are Very Similar. It Became His Biggest Seller Cracking The R&B Top Ten At #8, And Entering The Pop Top 40 At #38, And Went Gold Internationally. Its Successor "Let Me (Let Me Be Your Lover)," Didn't Do As Well, Only #60 R&B, No Pop Action At All. The Rest Of The Album Contains Earlier Singles. The Assuring "Don't Worry About It," A 1975 Release That Didn't Chart, Has A Mature Lyric, For Casey And Finch, And Gives Horne Space To Exercise His Vocal Chords. "Gimme Some" Also A 1975 Release Achieved Gold Status In Canada And Europe. "Get Happy" Another Upbeat Ditty Went To #46 R&B In 1977.” – Andrew Hamilton, All Music Guide... more details
 

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