First Listen: The Notations return with "Just Your Love"

(June 26, 2017) During the late 1960s and early 70s, Chicago was one of the nation’s hotspots for soul music, and one of the native groups from the Windy City that was keeping folks grooving was The Notations. With two monster hits, “I’m Still Here” and “It Only Hurts For Awhile,” the quartet had a six year run that made them favorites for many soul music fans around the world.

The Notations faded from our view as the 80s arrived, but founding member Clifford Curry still had a lot of good music in him. He has re-created The Notations with singers Eric Bryant and Eric Rapier and now has a new comeback song that has a classic sound brought forward.

Produced by Aundre Miller and Jimmy Hudson, “Just Your Love” has the Chicago vibe of some of the Manhattans’ work with Leo Graham from the 80s, and the performance by the group is terrific. Check out “Just Your Love” below and welcome back The Notations!

(June 26, 2017) During the late 1960s and early 70s, Chicago was one of the nation’s hotspots for soul music, and one of the native groups from the Windy City that was keeping folks grooving was The Notations. With two monster hits, “I’m Still Here” and “It Only Hurts For Awhile,” the quartet had a six year run that made them favorites for many soul music fans around the world.

The Notations faded from our view as the 80s arrived, but founding member Clifford Curry still had a lot of good music in him. He has re-created The Notations with singers Eric Bryant and Eric Rapier and now has a new comeback song that has a classic sound brought forward.

Produced by Aundre Miller and Jimmy Hudson, “Just Your Love” has the Chicago vibe of some of the Manhattans’ work with Leo Graham from the 80s, and the performance by the group is terrific. Check out “Just Your Love” below and welcome back The Notations!

The Notations – “Just Your Love”

 

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