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Flaming Ember - Shades Of Green album download


Flaming Ember


Shades Of Green



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Flaming Ember - Shades Of Green album download


A Shades Of Green 3:37
B Mind, Body And Soul 2:57

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Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
RD - 113 Flaming Ember Mind, Body And Soul / Shades Of Green ‎(7", Single, RE) Radio Active Gold RD - 113 US Unknown

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The Flaming Ember was an American blue-eyed soul band from Detroit, Michigan, who found commercial success starting in the late 1960s. The group originally formed in Detroit, Michigan in 1964. At that time, they were known as The Flaming Embers, for a local Detroit restaurant. In 1969, they signed with the newly formed Hot Wax Records, (the label founded by Brian Holland, Lamont Dozier, and Edward Holland, J., after the band had recorded for a number of smaller Detroit-area labels since 1965.

Burnin’ Flaming Ember The Flaming Embers, as they were originally named, took their name from a famous downtown Detroit eating establishment of the early sixties and consisted of Jerry Plunk, lead vocals and drums, Joe Sladich, Lead Guitar, Jim Bugnel, Bass (Mike Jackson later replaced Bugnel) and Bill Ellis, Keyboards. The group was formed in 1964 but it wasn't until the move in 1968 to Hot Wax that they took that giant step from local bar favourites to national prominence and for a brief moment burned as bright as any Detroit star before returning to the bar circuit

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