the commodores founderthomas mcclary i feel sanctified

View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the 1977 Vinyl release of I Feel Sanctified on Discogs. Label: Motown – PSLP 253 Format: Vinyl 12 Commodores – I feel sanctified (vinyl, 12", 45 RPM, Promo) | DiscogsThomas McClary (born October 6, 1949) is an American guitarist, singer, songwriter, and record producer best known as the co-founder and lead guitarist of The Commodores. McClary was born in Eustis, Florida, in 1949. He became one of the first African-American students to integrate the Florida school system prior to the enforcement of Brown v.Listen to I Feel Sanctified by Commodores – The Commodores Anthology. Deezer: free music streaming. Discover more than 56 million tracks, create your own playlists, and share your favorite tracks with your friends.Thomas McClary, Co-Founder of the Commodores, to Perform at. I Feel Sanctified, Too Hot To Trot, Flying High, and High On Sunshine just to name a few. McClary’s guitar licks on The Commodores smash Easy have been hailed as one of the best solo guitar performances of all time.


This video, https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ltl6yEuE3ek, can also be seen at https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC8bNprciqKGUvS8fHzRIVbw.The singer said every show he plays makes him feel grateful, a feeling he hopes audience members also will take away from his concert in Orem on Monday night. “The goal is always for everyone to be.The Commodores’ long association with Motown began as a result of a tour opening for the Jackson 5. That opportunity occurred in 1971, when the group auditioned in New York City for an unknown yet high-profile gig. Two weeks later, they made their first appearance in the prized support slot, and didn’t give it up for more than two years.STEVE AUGERI — Rock. Former lead vocalist from journey steve augeri will perform at the SCERA Shell Outdoor Theatre in Orem on Monday at 8 p.m. The show is part of the SCERA Center for the Arts’.There were essentially two Commodores– the funk machine of the early ’70s that kicked out such classics as "Machine Gun" and "Brick House," then the Lionel Richie-led smooth soulsters that glided to the top of the charts with such cuts as "Easy" and "Three Times a Lady."Motown’s 2001 double disc collection anthology very nearly splits those two phases in half, with the funk on the first disc.