Bobby Moore/Sweet Music, (Call Me You) Anything Man/ I Get Lifted" 12
12INCH - SOUL BROTHERS
International : Economic, Standard, Express
Bobby Moore “(Call Me Your) Anything Man” (5:48)
Sweet Music “I Get Lifted” (6:10)
Soul Brother Records present two rare Scepter/Wand disco classics on one limited edition 12” single for Record Store Day
Bobby Moore was a singer, musician and bandleader from New Orleans. He worked as a writer and arranger from the 1960s to 1980s, “(Call Me Your) Anything Man” one of only a handful of solo 7” single releases. The 12” version has never been commercially released before, it’s prior existence in this format has only been on acetate. Legend has it that the one acetate was cut at the time because when Tom Moulton mastered the record in 1975, the studio had run out of 7” parts so made it a 12”. The quality sounded so good the 12” single was born!
Sweet Music were the vocal trio who sang background vocals with KC & The Sunshine Band. This is one of the few records ever remixed by West End legend Mel Cheren.