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Daily Dose of L

Posted in Daily Dose of L with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , on June 22, 2009 by letterlbeats

If you claim to know anything about soul, step your game up and find out about Natural Four. According to

In 1972, they signed with Curtis Mayfield’s label, Curtom Records, and proceeded to release a string of US R&B hits, including one Top 40 breakthrough, 1974’s “Can This Be Real”. Their three Curtom LPs were produced by Leroy Hutson of The Impressions.

Natural Four

Their debut was self titled. A lot of records were before like ’95. They stopped doing it a lot, especially in hip hop. Not that I would buy ANY record by this guy, but would you buy a record called OJ Da Juiceman?

Also…ROCK THE BELLS IN 5 DAYS! And you know it’s gonna be hot because Chicago is the opening show. We will be backstage passing out CDs. Come see us if you want to network

Rock The Bells