Lost Generation (Lowrell Simon)

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Lost Generation (Lowrell Simon) - The Sly, Slick And The Wicked The Sly, Slick And The Wicked
Soul New - LP BL 754164 Brunswick
Sealed 1970 Original. Cut Corner. “Heavenly Harmonies On Vinyl, Chicago's Lost Generation Consists Of Two Sets Of Brothers: Lowrell And Fred Simon, And Jessie And Leslie Dean. They Never Went Platinum Or Gold But Their Biggest Record Sly, Slick & The Wicked Influenced Hundreds Of Groups; A Cleveland, A Californian, And An East Coast Group Have All Named Themselves Sly, Slick & Wicked. Ironically, Though It Was Intended As A Warning To Women, The Song Appeals More To Men. Brunswick Wasted The Bouncy "You're So Young But You're So True," On The Back Of "Talking The Teenage Language" (Not Included). A Silky Smooth "Wait A Minute," With Its Hesitating Beat, Went To #25 In The R&B Chart. They Do Enjoyable Renditions Of Chairmen Of The Boards' "Give Me Just A Little More Time," The Moments' "Love On A Two Way Street," And The Delfonics' "Didn't I Blow Your Mind. 4 Stars" – Anthony Hamilton, All Music Guide. R.I.P. Lowrell Simon (Mellow, Mellow Right On), March 19th, 1943 - June 19th 2018.... more details
 

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