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Tuesday, November 25, 2014
FLORIDA — “God freed Boosie and killed Zimmerman. I’d say today was a good day” Says a 911 responder who admits they were in no rush to the scene of Zimmerman’s death. 911 first responders found George Zimmerman’s lifeless body at a Florida gun range after responding to an emergency call that he shot himself while loading his weapon. “I’m not saying we took our time getting there, but we’ve shown up faster to black neighborhoods” According to a first responder they stopped at every light, didn’t use a siren and drove behind an elderly woman all before finally arriving on the scene. “If he was a rapper he’d be more famous now that he’s dead, but nope! Everybody just glad he dead” An Orlando sheriff admits he doesn’t plan to fully investigate for foul play as they don’t want to waste tax money on a death that was going to happen one way or another.
Monday, November 24, 2014
ST. LOUIS, MO (KTVI) – Protesters gathered near the Ferguson police department hours before Prosecutor Robert McCulloch announced that Officer Darren Wilson was not indicted. Police have moved in to disperse the crowds. There have been reports of shots fired. A police car could be seen being pushed by demonstrators.
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Monday, November 17, 2014
High school student Abby Snodgrass never imagined that when she learned CPR in health class, she would one day use it to save a baby’s life. But that’s exactly what happened on a recent trip to Wal-Mart.
The 17-year-old sprang into an action when she saw a crowd gather around a mother whose infant had stopped breathing. No one else knew CPR, so Abby pushed through the onlookers and performed it herself.
Had it not been for the Missouri teen’s bravery, the baby may not havesurvived, according to the local fire chief.
Abby had already enlisted in the National Guard, and says this experience may help her in the next phase of her life.
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Sunday, November 16, 2014
Eddie George Aka " The Crazy guy with the Lazy eye Interviews Legend Harvey Scales of Johnny Taylor Disco Lady
Harvey Scales Ronnie Hudson who you see in the back right corner with the shades on packing up his "sweetheart " He named her his Bass Guitar. and in the Left corner behind me you see our new good friend we bet Danny Means who played Guitar for us. and Rickey Ricardo Scales The SF Bay Area largest Piano Player . We had one heck of a show that Ronnie Hudson and HarveyScales put on with Sherrie Taylor and Bibi Adell With Ronnie Jones Hosting and Myself Co/Hosting for Harvey Scales on his Birthday.
We had one Blast We rocked the crowd. Harvey put on one hell of an oldies show with some James Brown and a bit of Ray Charles as well with his Number one Hit that him and Johnny Taylor Done... DISCO LADY !
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Scales was born in Osceola, Arkansas, and grew up in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, where he attended Roosevelt Middle School and North Division High School.
He was well known in Milwaukee, before his big break as a national songwriter. He was known as "Twistin' Harvey", in the early 1960s.In 1961, he and his longtime friend Albert Vance (1943–2003) formed the group, Harvey Scales and The Seven Sounds, which released several singles.
Harvey Scales and The Seven Sounds initially recorded for Cuca Records, and later for Magic Touch Records, a Wisconsin-based label owned by Lenny LaCour. The band's one hit was "Get Down", backed with "Love-Itis", which reached No. 32 on the R&B charts in 1967.
The band signed with Chess Records in 1969, recording for the Cadet Concept Records division, with LaCour continuing as producer.In 1970, the group had a regional hit with the LaCour-produced "The Funky Yolk". Through his familiarity with producer Don Davis at Chess, Scales met singer Johnny Taylor, who was at the time recording for Stax Records. Scales then moved from Cadet Concept to Stax, releasing several singles. Scales followed the career of Johnny Taylor when Taylor moved to Columbia Records. As described by Ed Hogan:
- "When Stax became inactive, Taylor signed with Columbia, retaining Davis' services. Recording at Davis' favorite studio (United Sound Studios in Detroit), the producer used the Impressions' "Gypsy Woman" and an African dancer he had seen on a vacation to Spain as a template for a partially finished song ("Disco Baby") that Scales had brought to him. Davis took it to (Bootsy) Collins and(Bernie) Worrell, who honed and tightened up the groove, while veteran arranger David Van De Pitte did the horn arrangements."
Scales received national recognition for co-writing Billboard Hot 100 chart-topping single for Johnnie Taylor, "Disco Lady". "Disco Lady" was the very first platinum single in the history of the Recording Industry Association of America, selling over two million copies. It was certified platinum on April 22, 1976. As a result, Scales is the first songwriter of a platinum single in America.
Scales is also notable as being the co-writer of "Love-Itis", a 1967 release by Harvey Scales and The Seven Sounds, which later was covered and was a hit for the Canadian band Mandala in 1968, and the J. Geils Band in 1975. The song was also covered by The Sonics, originally recorded in 1967.
Scales also co-wrote, with Bunny Sigler, "Once Is Not Enough", recorded by The O'Jays and, as sole composer, "Be For Real With Me", which was recorded by The Dells.
The success of "Disco Lady" enabled Scales to obtain a recording contract with Casablanca Records. At Casablanca, Scales recorded the first two albums of his career, Confidential Affair (1978) and Hot Foot: A Funque Dizco Opera (1979). Scales did not release another album for eighteen years, when he released Somebody Else's Somebody on Four Sight Records. In 2009, a compilation album of material by Harvey Scales and The Seven Sounds, recorded for Magic Touch Records, was released by Soul-Tay-Shus Records asLove-Itis: All the Rare & Unreissued 45's from the Vaults of Magic Touch: 1967-1977.
Scales continues to perform in Milwaukee, and at other venues throughout the United States.
- Somebody Else’s Somebody (1997) (Four Sight)
- Hot Foot: A Funque Dizco Opera (1979) (Casablanca)
- Confidential Affair (1978) (Casablanca)
- J-1132 Harvey (Twistin' Harvey) "The Clock/ Every Step Of The Way"
- J-1155 Harvey & The Seven Sounds “Glamour Girl/New York City”
- J-1271 Harvey & The Seven Sounds "Independency/ I Want To Apologize"
- 1311 Harvey Scales & the Seven Sounds "Bootleg/ Monkeytime ‘67"
- Magic Touch
- 2007 Harvey Scales & the Seven Sounds "Get Down/ Love-Itis" 1967
- 16001 Harvey Scales & the Seven Sounds "Broadway Freeze/ I Can’t Cry No More" 1968
- 2069 Harvey Scales & the Seven Sounds "(It’s Too Good) Too Good To Be True/ Love Is A Gas" 1969
- 2072 Harvey Scales & the Seven Sounds "Don’t You Ever Let It End/ The Sound Of Soul" 1969
- 2077 Harvey Scales & the Seven Sounds "Welcome Home/ Trackdown" 1969
- 3002 Harvey Scales & the Seven Seas "Bump Your Thing/ Trying To Survive"
- 7006 Harvey Scales "Groove On Sexy Lady/ Rock The World”
- 9003 Harvey Scales "Follow The Disco Crowd/ Love Thief”
- Chess/Cadet Concept
- Harvey Scales and the Seven Sounds "The Funky Yolk" 1970
- 508014X Harvey Scales "Single Girls/ Spend The Nite Forever"
- 954 Harvey Scales "Shake-A-Matic/?"
- STS CD 6363 Harvey Scales & the Seven Sounds "Love-Itis: All the Rare & Unreissued 45's from the Vaults of Magic Touch: 1967-1977" 2009
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- Uncredited, Soulwalking, Biography of Harvey Scales. Retrieved 2011-12-07.
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- Taki S. Raton, "Twistn" Harvey Scales returns to Milwaukee. Milwaukee Courier, September 10, 2011. Retrieved 2011-12-12.
- Ed Hogan, Biography of Harvey Scales; Allmusic. Retrieved 2011-12-03.
- Dik De Heer, with Gary Meyers and Eric LeBlanc, Biography of Lenny LaCour; BlackCat Rockabilly Europe. Retrieved 2011-12-19.
- Allmusic, Release particulars of "Love-Itis", by Mandala. Retrieved 2011-12-01.
- Allmusic, Release particulars of "Love-Itis", by J. Geils Band. Retrieved 2011-12-02.
- Released on Fire and Ice II: The Lost Tapes (1996) and included on Pop Fiction - Rarest and collectable Garage Sounds from the sixties Vol. I (FGL Productions, 2009).
- The version by The Sonics is listed as unreleased: Instrumania, List of single releases - Jerden Records. Retrieved 2011-12-02.
- On their album The Year 2000, released in 1980. "Once Is Not Enough" was considered to be the best song on the album. See Andrew Hamilton, Review of The Year 2000. Allmusic; retrieved 2011-12-13.
- On The Mighty, Mighty Dells (Cadet, 1974). See Uncredited, The Dells Discography. Rocky 52; Retrieved 2011-12-14.
- Carter, Nick. "A Homecoming for R&B's Harvey Scales." (2004, October 1). Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, p. 1.
- Flyth, Shelton L. (2004, June 16). "June is Black Music month: Saluting Harvey Scales." New Journal & Guide, p. 1.
- Get Out - Best bets for the weekend and beyond. (2006, October 27). The Commercial Appeal, p. G.2.3.