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Rock Steady with Flo & Eddie was Flo & Eddie's last album as a duo, released in 1981. It is a strait-laced collection of rocksteady & reggae songs recorded at Bob Marley's Tuff Gong Studios in Kingston, Jamaica, including a remake of the 1967 Turtles hit "Happy Together". Swing and Dine" - 3:21.
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Edward R. "Eddie" Platt (né Platakis; December 8, 1921 - October 3, 2010) was an American saxophonist. Platakis was born in Cleveland, Ohio and raised in Rossford, where he began playing in a band at 16. He adopted the stage surname "Platt" starting in high school (including at his graduation). He played gigs in Rossford and Cleveland until World War II, when he served in the Army and Air Force . 2 years earlier (in 1955) he recorded his first single for Epic Records, "Rock 'Em" b/w "Chinese Lullaby". His next single was a cover of The Champs' song "Tequila", which climbed to on the . Billboard Hot 100 in 1958. He also covered The Pets' hit, "Chua-Hua-Hua" for Gone records, which was featured on the soundtrack to The Iron Giant in the 1990s.
Before Ben Platt bowled over the Grammy Awards with his performance of Somewhere, the Tony and Grammy-winner chatted with Billboard about his first Grammy win, how he’s become friends with Broadway legend Patti LuPone, and his upcoming debut album for Atlantic Records. Platt describes the album - which does not have an announced release date - as having a very sort of Sam Smith/Adele narrative, very emotional pop music with a little bit of Donny Hathaway/Ray Charles, maybe throwing in some soul in there.
Album Name Rock 'Em All. Type Album.
An innovative jazz t, primarily known for his work on the saxophone, particularly his use of plugged in electronic effects.
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