On this page you can listen to mp3 music free or download album or mp3 track to your PC, phone or tablet. Photo of Richie Rome - Remember Me. More albums of Richie Rome: Deep. Genre is Electronic Funk, Soul. This album was released on the label Elektra (catalog number K 12512). This album was released in 1980 year. Download mp3. Length of track
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Richie Rome, born Richard V. Di Cicco in Philadelphia, was a prominent American producer, arranger and orchestra conductor during the 1970s. Richie Rome began his career composing arrangements in the 1960s, with, as one of his earliest professional works, a medley of Green Apples and Something by The O'Jays (from their Neptune album The O'Jays in Philadelphia.
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The group took its name from record producer Richie Rome, who added a T to the name; it originally consisted of three singers: Cassandra Ann Wooten and Gwendolyn Oliver (who eventually married musician Fred Wesley) of the girl group Honey & the Bees, and Cheryl Mason Jacks. Their manager was Jimmy Bishop, a successful Philadelphia radio personality who also managed Barbara Mason. Morali remembered Wooten and Oliver had done some session work for him, and he called them a few years later when he wanted to form a group and the Ritchie Family was born. The following year they released the album Arabian Nights, and with it the single "The Best Disco in Town".
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