Melba Moore to Play Metropolitan Room, 6/20After graduation she worked briefly as a music teacher, but a life in the classroom was not what she had envisioned for herself. Moorman was in a position to introduce her to several agents, and soon Melba Moore (a name she chose in honor of her stepfather, abbreviating it slightly) was on track for a singing career, making backup tracks (with Nick Ashford and Valerie Simpson on Bobby Hebb's "Sunny" in 1966), some of them for stars as prominent as Dionne Warwick and Aretha Franklin - although she was not actually working in the same space with them.
Melba Moore "This is It"
Profil.at-Nachdem „Easy“ ein Sample des Sixties-Hits „Sunny“ von Bobby Hebb verwendet, haben wir keinen Cent daran verdient. Manche Dinge sind ...
- L'Hebdo-Pour enfoncer le clou, signalons encore, sur son dernier album, l'excellente reprise du standard soul Sunny, de Bobby Hebb. Comme son ...from GOOGLE NEWShttps://www.google.com/search?hl=en&gl=us&tbm=nws&authuser=0&q=red+sox&oq=red+sox&gs_l=news-cc.3..43j0l6j0i5l3j43i53.15938.17059.0.17251.7.7.0.0.0.0.178.839.2j5.7.0...0.0...1ac.1.N5ulenRkrWw#authuser=0&gl=us&hl=en&q=bobby+hebb+sunny&tbm=nws
Jazz Jackhammers at UCSD
Two very different trios graced the stage at UC San Diego’s Loft on June 4, providing the audience with three hours of music evenly divided between the mainstream and the exploratory.The Danny Green Trio opened the show with intricate and highly arranged original music, and, if you like Chick Corea, Mr. Green’s aesthetic is sure to please. Melodic cascades are a Green trademark, and on the opening tune, "6:00 A.M," the precise interplay between Justin Grinnell’s percolating electric bass lines and Julien Cantelm’s soft percussion dovetailed tightly with the leader’s melodically driven improvisations. "2 Ways About It" leaned heavily on Cantelm’s always-tasteful forward motion and a harmonic structure that reminded me of Bobby Hebb’s classic, "Sunny."
LISTEN TO 2 Ways About It
and see if you hear "Sunny" by Bobby Hebb
Danny Green Trio - Two Ways About It