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  • Musho says:
    Wilson Turbinton, (February 6, – September 11, ) professionally known as Willie Tee, was an American keyboardist, songwriter, singer, producer and notable early architect of New Orleans funk and soul, who helped shape the sound of New Orleans for more than four decades.. Career. Tee arranged, co-wrote and led the band on the Wild Magnolias' self-titled debut album.
  • Malagore says:
    Get On Down is proud to present Willie Tee s classic album I m Only A Man for the first time ever on CD, packaged in a paste-on mini-LP case with die cut obi strip and dust sleeve, featuring a new digital audio transfer from the original analog tapes and a bonus track, the non-LP single Love of a Married Man/5(3).
  • Nagrel says:
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  • Malabei says:
    This is a mix of tunes from original vinyl that I've been spinning on my turntable lately. Sherry Richard is a rare late Willie Tee production with a distinct dance beat. Hard hitting funk from the Christian Harmonizers and the Drifters (!). The LP version of Debbie Taylors fantastic "Too Sad To Tell" which is a different and better mix from the one released on I hope you enjoy listening!
  • Groran says:
    Feb 26,  · SOURCE FORUM - Still after an original on Nola in Excellent / mint- nick. PM me if you can help Thanks Keamus.
  • Sazragore says:
    Willie Tee, Soundtrack: Ray. Willie Tee was born on February 6, in New Orleans, Louisiana, USA as Wilson Turbinton. He died on September 11, in New Orleans.
  • Kagalrajas says:
    He also reunited with brother Earl in the Jazz Workshop, where his piano prowess caught the attention of the great Cannonball Adderley and helped him earn a deal with Capitol; Tee's first-ever LP, I'm Only a Man, appeared in , but his Capitol stay proved short-lived and he and Gaines soon reactivated Gatur with the lush ballad "The Man That.
  • Gardacage says:
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