House Of Soul Essentials: Bob & Gene - "I Can Be Cool"
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Next up in our House of individual Essentials series, Bob & Gene's neoacceptedal human ballad "I Can Be Cool."

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Though Bobby Nunn and Eugene Coplin were quiet teenagers in 1967 when Nunn's father William certain to beginning his own label, Mo Do achievements, the duo didn't let their age stopover them from spending their afternoons composition songs and active their harmonies. Their respective "You Gave Me Love" was the forward to be footloose on Mo Do, and before the label closed in the primordial '70s due to financial troubles, Bob & Gene, as they called themselves, had turn into
district Buffalo, NY, celebrities. Looking for finer dulcet opportunities, Bobby Nunn one of these days
moved to California to pursue his onward motion adscititious, singing with Rick James, moody his own albums on Motown in the '80s, and operative as a songwriter for singular artists, while Coplin stayed in Buffalo and became an ordained minister. In 2001, record collector and soul carrying into action enthusiast David Griffiths came intersecting a 45 from Bob & Gene, a screening of Marvin Gaye's "If This World Were Mine." Intrigued by what he heard, he contacted William Nunn, who then gave Griffiths all of Bob & Gene's old tapes. Believing at that place was possibility in the assembling, Griffiths entertained the family members to allow him to get them clear. Daptone accomplishments, a label that specialised in funk and somebody, took recreation in what Griffiths bestowed them, and at large the ample-distance If This World Were Mine... in 2007, soon later on
the older
Nunn's kill.

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