• Leo's Sunshipp - Everybody Loves The Sunshine (Original US 7" Mix) / (Extended UK 7" Grapevine Red 3 Mix) 45 (Expansion) 7" Vinyl
  • Leo's Sunshipp - Everybody Loves The Sunshine (Original US 7" Mix) / (Extended UK 7" Grapevine Red 3 Mix) 45 (Expansion) 7" Vinyl

Leo’s Sunshipp – Everybody Loves The Sunshine (Original US 7″ Mix) / (Extended UK 7″ Grapevine Red 3 Mix) 45 (Expansion) 7″ Vinyl

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Leo’s Sunshipp – Everybody Loves The Sunshine (Original US 7″ Mix)

Leo’s Sunshipp – Everybody Loves The Sunshine (Extended UK 7″ Grapevine Red 3 Mix)

ARTIST Leo’s Sunshipp
A SIDE Leo’s Sunshipp – Everybody Loves The Sunshine (Original US 7″ Mix)
B SIDE Leo’s Sunshipp – Everybody Loves The Sunshine (Extended UK 7″ Grapevine Red 3 Mix)
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Leo's Sunshipp

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Leo's Sunshipp – Everybody Loves The Sunshine (Original US 7" Mix)

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Leo's Sunshipp – Everybody Loves The Sunshine (Extended UK 7" Grapevine Red 3 Mix)

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Limited Edition Numbered 7″ Vinyl for Record Store Day 2021.

This definitive rare groove was first released in 1978 but the unique US 7” version from 1980 has not been reissued for over 40 years and has been impossible to find. It sounds how It was originally pressed and is coupled with an extended version of the ultra-rare ‘RED 3’ mix released in the UK on Grapevine, the Richard Searling/John Anderson label that preceded Expansion “Give Me The Sunshine” was composed by Johnny Simone at the time he was working with Stevie Wonder at Motown.

Others in the group were Kenny Stover and Alvin Few, all three of them born under the ‘Leo’ star sign. Kenny worked as a songwriter at Motown and lived in the same house as Marvin Gaye at the time “What’s Going On” became an idea. He co-wrote “Inner City Blues” but was only credited much later. The original “I’m Back For More” included here has equal standing in the soul world too, the song later reaching new heights when covered by Al Johnson featuring Jean Carn. Both songs come from the album “We Need Each Other”, long associated with Expansion Records. The two songs featured here first appeared on Expansion 12” in 1986, the launch year of the label which in 2021 celebrates it’s 35th Anniversary.

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