G.C. Cameron - Live For Love

Format: 12"
Availability: In stock



Hailing from Mall Creek, Mississippi, G.C. Cameron rose to fame at 22 years of age, when he joined Motown Records to become lead singer of legendary group The Spinners. After a string of well received releases, including chartbusterIt's A Shame, co-written and produced by Stevie Wonder, Cameron left The Spinners to pursue a solo career. It was a trip to Fantasy Studios, San Francisco in 1977, where Cameron teamed up with Harvey Faqua, Greg Crockett and Elgie Stover to realize what is arguably his finest work. A full album was recorded, but only two tracks saw the light of day, via the short-lived UK label, Flamingo. Soundway presents a four track EP, comprised of the two in-demand cuts previously released on Flamingo - the deep and dubby disco-workoutIf I Love You (Instrumental) and soul drenched balladLive For Love, coupled with two unreleased recordings rescued from the abyss after 45 years of collecting dust. The modern-soul-dancerThank You Baby, backed by Jeanie Tracy and Martha Walsh, is a jewel that displays Cameron's full range whilst the vocal toIf I Love You elevates the recording to dance-floor-ready and joins the dots that never existed.

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