Albums from the Lost and Found: Tim Moore

Our blogger Jeff Fiedler returns from a brief hiatus with this new Lost and Found feature on the 1974 self-titled solo debut from the sadly-little-known Tim Moore, formerly the frontman for Elektra Records act Gulliver. While Moore never had a Top 40 hit to call his own as a performer, his admirers within the industry were plentiful and nearly every last song on this record would be covered by a major artist.

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Albums from the Lost and Found: The Family

Our Lost and Found column returns with this look at this 1985 self-titled affair by the Minneapolis funk outfit The Family, a band assembled by Prince from the remnants of The Time. The record would bomb and the band would never release another record (until reuniting decades later under a new name), but it remains an artistic triumph and is historically significant for containing the original version of a song that would become one of the biggest hits of the early ‘90s.

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Remembering James Ingram (1952-2019): His 12 Most Memorable Album Appearances

Not only one of the finest R&B singers of his generation but arguably the seminal duets singer of the ‘80s (you’ll be surprised to learn how long he had to wait for his first non-duet hit!), Ingram’s long string of hits (and an equal number of hidden gems) are spread across a vast array of full-lengths, only a few of them billed to himself. So where can you find them all? Our own Jeff Fiedler has compiled this handy guide to commemorate Ingram’s remarkable career as a vocalist and songwriter both.

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