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Sunday 27th December 2020

Funkster Steve Arrington returns with new album

The Lowest Terms

SOUL AND FUNK artist Steve Arrington, whose pop chart-making "Feel So Real" is a Cross Rhythms playlist oldie, has a new CD and LP released. 'Down To The Lowest Terms: The Soul Sessions' is issued by Stones Throw Records. Read a review in Mojo magazine, "Ohio native Steve Arrington started playing drums with Slave in the 1970s. He stepped up to the microphone in the '80s, his gilded lungs guiding a string of hits gleefully pillaged when Arrington upped sticks to become a minister. . . Here his distinct larynx swerves dramatically over Mndsgn's gleeful keys on 'The Joys Of Love' and Jerry Paper's vintage-organ driven 'Good Mood'." CR

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