LITTLE ANTHONY: Just Like It Was Yesterday (SoulMusic Records/Warner X)

Little Anthony

With his trademark vocal style, Little Anthony is celebrating six decades of music-making.  Mostly known for his work with The Imperials on such classics as "Going Out Of My Head," "Tears On My Pillow," "I'm On The Outside (Looking In)" and "Hurt So Bad," Little Anthony's latest offering is a solo release, "Just Like It Was Yesterday," produced by Preston Glass and co-written by Thom Bell with George Merrill and Shannon Rubicam (writers of "How Will I Know" and "I Wanna Dance With Somebody" for Whitney Houston).

On SoulMusic Records in association with Platinum Garage Recordings, distributed by Warner X and available on all digital platforms worlwide

https://open.spotify.com/track/51clXt0WZpCaXKy4oF7pVf?si=CMtVd7NdTSmrbBPOj21Lfg

CREDITS:

"Just Like It Was Yesterday, written by Thom Bell, George Merrill & Shannon Rubicam
Published by Bellboy Music (BMI)/Boy Meets Girl Music (BMI) 
                                        
PRODUCED BY PRESTON GLASS 
Lead Vocal: Little Anthony
Backing Vocals: Phillip Ingram, Thom Bell, George Merrill & Shannon Rubicam
Acoustic Piano: George Merrill
Sitar & Guitars: Duane Niellsen
Bass: Larry Antonino
Drums: Lance Lee
String Arrangement: Lloyd Barry   
Recorded at Private Island Audio, Los Angeles, CA     
 

 

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