Let's Celebrate [Show Me The Way ReMix]

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From the album "BattleJocks Old-Skool ReMixes Pt. 3” Licensed by Sony Entertainment. アルバムから「BattleJocks旧-SKOOLリミックスPtが3"は株式会社ソニー・エンターテイメントにライセンスされています。 Tirée de l'album "BattleJocks Old Skool-Remixes Pt. 3" licence par Sony Entertainment. Aus dem Album "Old-Skool BattleJocks Remixes Pt. 3" von Sony Entertainment lizenziert. Contact: https://www.twine.fm/signin // https://www.twine.fm/signin This is a tribute to a New York City band whose first album I bought because of it's album cover. Then I went back and bought two more copies. As a portable DJ I'm proud to say I was the first to play Skyy on Long Island long before WBLS and other radio stations started playing their songs. SKYY Thank You, Gracias, Merci, ありがとう. This is a tribute to a New York City band whose first album I bought because of it's album cover. Then I went back and bought two more copies. As a portable DJ I'm proud to say I was the first to play Skyy on Long Island long before WBLS and other radio stations started playing their songs. SKYY Thank You, Gracias, Merci, ありがとう Skyy (a.k.a. New York Skyy) was an American R&B/funk/disco band based in New York. They are perhaps best known for their 1981 hit, "Call Me", as well as their 1989 "comeback" hits, "Start of a Romance" and "Real Love". The seeds for Skyy were sown in Brooklyn, New York in 1973, when sisters Denise, Delores, and Bonne Dunning first met musician Solomon Roberts Jr. The record producer/ keyboardist Randy Muller (also a member Brass Construction and an arranger for B.T. Express) soon became involved with the project. By 1976 the Skyy lineup of the three Dunning sisters as vocalists, Roberts as the male vocalist/ guitarist Anibal Anthony Sierra on guitars and keyboards, Larry Greenberg on keyboards, Gerald Lebon on bass, and Tommy McConnell on drums had solidified. In the late 1970s, Skyy signed to Salsoul Records. After several albums that saw moderate success in the R&B market, the group crossed over to the mainstream in a big way with the release of the “Skyy Line” album in late 1981. Featured on this album was the single "Call Me", which gave the group their first and only, to date top 40 hit on the pop charts, peaking at number 26 in 1982. It also became the first of several number one R&B hits for Skyy. Meanwhile, the group continued to record for the Salsoul label up through the release of their 1984 “Inner City” album (Salsoul would fold in 1985), scoring several additional hits on the R&B chart during that time. In the mid-1980s, the group signed with Capitol Records and released their next album, “From the Left Side” in 1986. Apart from the top ten R&B single, "Givin' It (to You)", the album saw limited success, and the group left Capitol soon thereafter. Things were looking rather bleak for the band by the late 1980s. However, after signing to Atlantic Records Skyy launched a major comeback in 1989 with the release of their successful ‘Start of a Romance” album. This release spun off two number one R&B

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