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  • Singer: Bunny Sigler
  • Album: Elements of sound
  • MP3: 1924 mb | FLAC: 1986 mb
  • Released: 2008
  • Rating: 4.2/5
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Bunny Sigler - Elements of sound mp3 flac

Stream Tracks and Playlists from BunnySigler on your desktop or mobile device. In 1976, Sigler got Instant Funk an album deal with Gamble Huff's TSOP label. Creating several hits over the span of his career that today's generation keep sampling, Bunny continues to write, produce and record new material. He is the co-writer of the song, The Ruler's Back which was an opening song for the Jay Z's album, "Blueprint". He's a living legend and a huge part of music history

Walter "Bunny" Sigler (Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, March 27, 1941 – October 6, 2017) was an American soul and R&B singer, musician, songwriter and record producer who has done extensive work with the team of Kenny Gamble and Leon Huff, and who was instrumental in creating the "Philly Sound" in the early 1970s. He is nicknamed "Mr. Emotion.

Bunny Sigler was originally signed to Philadelphia International Records, but signed to the Gold Mind Records subsidiary label of Salsoul Records in 1977, where his first album yielded the Tom Moulton mixed disco hit "Party Party Party". From his next album the more hi-NRG hit "By The Way You Dance," lit up disco floors in New York.

Tracklist: 1. I’m The Bunny (From The Other Side Of The Ocean), 2. My Music, 3. Thank You Baby For Last Night, 4. Come On And Dance, Dance, Dance, 5. Ladies Man, 6. Calling Me Back, 7. Somebody Loves You, 8. Woman, Woman, 9. Just Let Me Love You, 10. Can’t Believe That You Love M. More albums from Bunny Sigler: Let The Good Times Roll & (Feel So Good) by Bunny Sigler. That’s How Long I’ll Be Loving You by Bunny Sigler. Let Me Party With You by Bunny Sigler. Keep Smilin’ by Bunny Sigler. I’ve Always Wanted To Sin. ot Just Write Songs by Bunny Sigler. Let It Snow by Bunny Sigler. View all albums . My Music.

Philly soul artist/producer Bunny Sigler's third album for Gamble & Huff's Philadelphia International Records label, My Music marked the first time he used his protégé band Instant Funk on an entire album. Sigler seems better for it since he lets his creativity fill the album with engaging surprises. The opener, "I'm the Bunny From the Other Side of the Ocean," is filled with humor, jokey asides, and a tight horn section.

Walter "Bunny" Sigler (March 27, 1941 – October 6, 2017) was an American R&B singer, songwriter, t and record producer who did extensive work with the team of Kenny Gamble and Leon Huff, and was instrumental in creating the "Philly Sound" in the early 1970s. Sigler was born in Philadelphia, and was nicknamed "Bunny" by his family as a young child.

Philadelphia Icon BUNNY SIGLER Releases New Song Till I See You Again Mar 24. Till I See You Again is the first single from Sigler’s forthcoming Jazz & R&B album, Young at Heart. Los Angeles, CA, March 22, 2017 – Living legend, Philadelphia icon, and renowned R&B singer/songwriter Walter "Bunny" Sigler is excited to announce the latest addition to his ever-expanding discography – a new jazz single titled Till I See You Again. Till I See You Again is no exception, from the opening harmonies to the catchy chorus, this slow ballad gives Sigler a foundation on which he builds a sound with elements of classics and modern tunes alike. The classic instrumentation invites Sigler’s emotional and powerful voice to paint a truly heartfelt and sweet picture of a man longing for a special friend while the two are apart. Sigler notes he has dedicated the song to the.

A philly classic, and you know that I adore philly sound. So what we have here? Bunny Singler (singer – writer – producer ) with Norman Harris and Instant Funk! These three are enough for such a great record. Sigler later produced a cover of the tune on guitarist Gabor Szabo for his Szabo’s excellent 1976 Mercury LP, Nightflight with that version becoming a steppers classic. The bluesy Sweeter Than the Berry, has punching horns and a nassty break that features Sigler, bassist Raymond Earl and the late-night wailing sax of Sam Peake. Another single, the thumpin’, brassy, fun-filled Shake Your Booty, was starting to gain interest before it was quelled by protest over its title. Oddly, no such protest was waged against the similarly titled Shake Your Booty.

Sigler made huge contributions to the city's soul, funk and R&B scenes and was one of the architects of the "Philly Sound. Just when we thought this most shitty of weeks was over, Philly soul legend Walter Bunny Sigler has died from a heart attack at the age of 76. Sigler was an immense and multi-faceted talent who shined as a singer, songwriter and producer over a career that began in 1959, and is best known for helping craft soul music’s famed Philly Sound with the team of Kenny Gamble and Leon Huff