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Platinum Hook

Platinum Hook

Platinum Hook


Platinum Hook comprised of: Stephen Daniels (drums, percussion, lead and background vocals), Tina Renee Stanford (percussion, lead and background vocals), Robert Douglas (keyboards and background vocals), Elisha 'Skipp' Ingram (bass and background vocals), Victor Jones (guitar and background vocals), Robin David Corley (saxophone, flute, bird calls and background vocals) and Glenn Wallace (trombone and background vocals). Platinum Hook were signed to Motown Records in 1978 Read more on Last.fm
Platinum Hook comprised of: Stephen Daniels (drums, percussion, lead and background vocals), Tina Renee Stanford (percussion, lead and background vocals), Robert Douglas (keyboards and background vocals), Elisha 'Skipp' Ingram (bass and background vocals), Victor Jones (guitar and background vocals), Robin David Corley (saxophone, flute, bird calls and background vocals) and Glenn Wallace (trombone and background vocals). Platinum Hook were signed to Motown Records in 1978, where the recorded a self titled debut album, which was produced by Greg Wright. The track Gotta Find A Woman proved popular amongst U.K. soul fans, with the George Clinton penned Standing On The Verge (Of Getting It On) seeing a single release. It's Time became the second Motown album for the band in 1979, before a move and change of personnel to RCA Records saw the release of Watching You, a mini album produced by Reggie Andrews and Leon Ndugu Chancler. A single release, Girl I'm Watching You was released from that set, which saw artistic input from Paulinho Da Costa and Gerald Albright. platinum hook page soulwalkingUK Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..
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