Richard Niles’ History of Pop Arranging – Part 4

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Part 4 of my BBC Radio 2 documentary series “Richard Niles’ HISTORY of POP ARRANGING” takes us to Philadelphia with contributions from TSOP guitarist BOBBY ELI and arranger/producer BOBBY MARTIN examining “the sound of Philadelphia” with Gamble & Huff and Thom Bell (The Delphonics, the Detroit Spinners, the Stylistics). We then descend with our naughty personages to enter the world of MISTER JAMES BROWN and a special interview with his sadly missed musical director, arranger and co-writer of “Cold Sweat” and “Say It Loud I’m Black and I’m Proud”, PEE WEE ELLIS.

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