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More Cool Stuff From Hadley Murrell - Black Ice & Eddie Horan


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More Cool Stuff From Hadley Murrell - Black Ice & Eddie Horan magazine cover

Hadley has been hard at work with more of his back catalog. This time bringing us his work with the great 70's harmony group Black Ice and the talented Eddie Horan. Many of you will remember the great sets he put out a couple of years ago on The Servicemen & Freddie-Henchi & The Soulsetters

Black Ice were Antone Curtis, Gerald Bell, Cleveland Jones, Frank Willis & Ralph Lars. Between the mid 70's and early 80's Hadley recorded a number of LP's with the group, that sold very well. Now you have a chance to purchase them re-packaged in CD form

Eddie Horan worked closely with Hadley throughout the 70's as a song writer and eventually as a artists in his own right. Now his great 1979 LP 'Love the way, You love me' is available in CD form. This set includes the great dance side, 'Can't do without you'

These CD are available from the usual suspects on the web and a great addition to your record collection

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6fYPzb4o6t0




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The Four Lp's are.........

Black Ice - Black Ice - HDM 2001

Eddie Horan - Love the way, You love me - HDM 2002

Black Ice - I judge the funk - HDM 2003

Black Ice - Black Ice - HDM 2004

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This is an all time favourite slow / sweet tune Dave, and another one for the sample thread with Ali using it in the 90's on one of his tracks.

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This is an all time favourite slow / sweet tune Dave, and another one for the sample thread with Ali using it in the 90's on one of his tracks.

In his own quiet way Hadley did some fab stuff over the years

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Just been on Jerry Hipkiss's GFM drive time show playing some of these tracks, great fun. Been speaking to Hadley and it looks like Jerry's gonna be doing an interview with him soon. So get your questions in to Jerry, so we can all learn more about his work.

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