Lady in Red: Columbia Sides Plus
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The late Ronnie Dyson (1950-1990) began his career when he landed a lead role in the famed Broadway musical, HAIR, singing 'Aquarius' at the age of eighteen - the original recording from the musical's soundtrack leads this new compilation of 23 tracks. Signed to Columbia Records in 1968, Dyson continued his stage career in SALVATION, achieving his first chart single with the US Top 10 with '(If You Let Me Make Love to You) Why Can't I Touch You' from the show, also the title track for his first Columbia album, produced by Billy Jackson and included here along with a version of Sandie Shaw's 'Girl Don't Come,' cut at the same sessions. With producer Stan Vincent, Ronnie cut a cover of 'When You Get Right Down to It,' originally recorded by the Delfonics which became a Top 40 R&B US hit and a Top 40 UK charted single leading to the release of a UK LP with the song as it's title track along with Ronnie's debut album.
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