Fred Perry

Fred Perry
How Women Fred Perry sizes compare to other brands?

I am a size 4 / 6 in shirts, and after reading different sites with slightly different measures, I think I'm either a UK 8 or 10, and I may be more likely to eight if the brand is the shirt close to standard measures. So, how about Fred Perry shirts tend to run smaller / greater / equal to how the size would normally fit? In other words, if you are a size X generally find that you need to buy one size up or down or you're still the size X with FP? Thank you! Sorry if I like the wording that is confusing:)

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Fred Perry


Fred Perry


Fred Perry


$18.63


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Fred Perry Blue Polka Dot T-shirt


Fred Perry Blue Polka Dot T-shirt


$79.99


100-percent Cotton All-Over Dot Design Gingham Shirt Detailing Chest Pocket Laurel Wreath Embroidery Sleeve-length: Short Sleeve Material: Cotton Pattern: Solid Neck Style: Crewneck Size: S, L, M, 2XL, XL Color: Grey Measurement Guide Click here to view our Men's Sizing Guide All measurements are approximate and may vary by size.

Fred Perry Grey Polka Dot T-shirt


Fred Perry Grey Polka Dot T-shirt


$79.99


100-percent Cotton All-Over Dot Design Gingham Shirt Detailing Chest Pocket Laurel Wreath Embroidery Sleeve-length: Short Sleeve Material: Cotton Pattern: Solid Neck Style: Crewneck Size: S, L, M, 2XL, XL Color: Grey Measurement Guide Click here to view our Men's Sizing Guide All measurements are approximate and may vary by size.

Fred Perry Breton Grey Striped T-shirt


Fred Perry Breton Grey Striped T-shirt


$75.49


28 1/2" length (size Medium). Crewneck. Short sleeves. 100-percent cotton. Machine wash cold, dry flat. Sleeve-length: Short Sleeve Material: Cotton Pattern: Stripe Neck Style: Crewneck Size: S, L, M, 2XL, XL Color: White, Blue, Grey Measurement Guide Click here to view our Men's Sizing Guide All measurements are approximate and may vary by size.

Fred Perry Grey Pique T-shirt


Fred Perry Grey Pique T-shirt


$79.99


Length: 74cm Regular fit 100-percent Cotton Ribbed, crew neckline Panelled design; cotton-pique panels Chest pocket with embroidered logo Sleeve-length: Short Sleeve Material: Cotton Pattern: Stripe Neck Style: Crewneck Size: S, L, M, 2XL Color: Grey Measurement Guide Click here to view our Men's Sizing Guide All measurements are approximate and may vary by size.

United States National Champions : Fred Perry


United States National Champions : Fred Perry


$8.37


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Fred Perry Men's Grey Cotton Polo T-shirt


Fred Perry Men's Grey Cotton Polo T-shirt


$95


Enjoy the casual look of this Fred Perry polo T-shirt. The attractive design features a slim fit for modern style, and the neutral grey color with a yellow stripe coordinates easily with most jeans. Sleeve-length: Short Sleeve Material: Cotton Pattern: Solid, Stripe Neck Style: Crewneck Size: XS, S, L, M, XL Color: Grey, Yellow Measurement Guide Click here to view our Men's Sizing Guide All measurements are approximate and may vary by size.

Fred Perry Men's Green Twin Tipped Polo


Fred Perry Men's Green Twin Tipped Polo


$112.49


100-percent Cotton Button closure Machine Wash Slim fit Polo shirt Collar: Classic Sleeve-length: Short Sleeve Material: Cotton Pattern: Solid Neck Style: Crewneck Care Instruction: Machine Wash Color: Green Measurement Guide Click here to view our Men's Sizing Guide All measurements are approximate and may vary by size.

Fred Perry Men's Royal Blue Cotton Pique Gingham Oxford Mix Polo


Fred Perry Men's Royal Blue Cotton Pique Gingham Oxford Mix Polo


$113.99


Pair this Fred Perry polo shirt with jeans, khakis or shorts for a casual look that goes from the golf course to an informal social gathering. Designed with short sleeves, this royal blue shirt made from cotton pique features a navy blue collar and cuffs for a fashionable look. Royal blue polo shirt features navy blue collar and cuffs Short-sleeve shirt includes button neck and ribbed collar Made from 100-percent machine-washable cotton for easy care Slim-fit style Front pocket and back shoulders feature gingham trim Includes Fred Perry logo in white embroidery Comes in S, M, L, XL, and 2XL Measurement Guide Click here to view our men's sizing guide All measurements are approximate and may vary by size.

Fred Perry Men's Navy Pique Cotton Logo Polo T-shirt


Fred Perry Men's Navy Pique Cotton Logo Polo T-shirt


$90


Feel appropriate and tasteful at all times with this pique polo t-shirt. The solid blue tone with striped bottom has a distinguished but not overly serious look to suit both formal and casual occasions. Sleeve-length: Short Sleeve Material: Cotton Pattern: Solid Neck Style: Crewneck Size: S Color: Blue Measurement Guide Click here to view our Men's Sizing Guide All measurements are approximate and may vary by size.

Fred Perry Men's Green Cotton Twin Tipped Pique Polo


Fred Perry Men's Green Cotton Twin Tipped Pique Polo


$95


Give your casual wardrobe a kick of fresh color with this green polo shirt. Featuring a two-button collar and a slim fit for a clean look, this 100-percent cotton shirt offers comfortable feel and easy care. Sleeve-length: Short Sleeve Material: Cotton Pattern: Solid, Stripe Neck Style: Crewneck Size: S Color: Green Measurement Guide Click here to view our Men's Sizing Guide All measurements are approximate and may vary by size.

Trumpeter Fred


Trumpeter Fred


$24.2


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Pedro/ Fred


Pedro/ Fred


$11.96


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Fred & Madge


Fred & Madge


$20.32


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Fred Forgets


Fred Forgets


$13.49


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Fred Joaillier


Fred Joaillier


$175.5


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Fred Herzog


Fred Herzog


$40.5


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Fred Dallmayr


Fred Dallmayr


$54.95


Fred Dallmayr’s work is innovative in its rethinking of some of the central concepts of modern political philosophy, challenging the hegemony of a modern subjectivity at the heart of Western liberalism, individualism and rationalism, and articulating alternative voices, claims and ideas. His writings productively confound the logocentrism of Western modernity, while providing alternative conceptions of political community that are post-individualist, post-anthropocentric and relational. The editor has focused on work in three key areas: Critical phenomenology and the study of politics The first selections focus on the philosophical roots of Dallmayr’s work in two of the most innovative intellectual trends of the twentieth century: phenomenology and critical theory. These chapters outline some of the main arguments advanced by practitioners of phenomenology, particularly existential phenomenology, as well the guiding ideas of critical theory and critical Marxism, while tracing Dallmayr’s debt to thinkers such as Heidegger, Gadamer, Habermas, Adorno and Merleau-Ponty. Cross-cultural theory These readings illustrate Dallmayr’s explorations beyond the confines of Western culture, as this phase of his thinking turns toward what is now called cross-cultural or comparative political theory. In an approach that maintains its linkage with critical phenomenology, Dallmayr asserts that Western (or European-American) political theory can no longer claim undisputed hegemony; rather it must allow itself to be contested, amplified and corrected through a comparison with non-Western theoretical traditions and initiatives. Cosmopolitanism These selections explore the final phase of Dallmayr’s work, in which he applies his insights on cross-cultural studies to the context of global politics, rebutting Samuel Huntington’s clash of civilizations thesis, and instead arguing for a cosmopolitanism that takes a middle path between both global universalism and restrictive particularism, advocating sustained dialogue and respectful mutual learning between countries and civilizations.

Fred 2.0


Fred 2.0


$9.99


Nuevas ideas para seguir brindando resultados extraordinarios Nueve años atrás, el exitoso autor y asesor de negocios Mark Sanborn le presentó al mundo a Fred, su cartero, quien proveía un servicio extraordinario de maneras simples pero notables. La historia de Fred inspiró a millones. Las compañías, y hasta las ciudades, se inspiraron para volver lo ordinario en extraordinario cada día. Hoy, con la dura competencia de la economía global interconectada, proveer resultados extraordinarios es más importante que nunca. Con Fred 2.0, Mark Sanborn no solo evalúa al Fred original para obtener ideas innovadoras, sino que también nos equipa con estrategias frescas para lograr mucho más. Usted no solo se sentirá inspirado por Fred 2.0, también tendrá las herramientas y estrategias para apuntar más alto y lograr lo extraordinario. Nine years ago, bestselling author and business consultant Mark Sanborn introduced the world to Fred, Mark’s postman, who delivered extraordinary service in simple but remarkable ways. Fred’s story inspired millions. Companies—even cities—were inspired to turn the ordinary into the extraordinary each day. Today, with stiff competition from the networked global economy, delivering extraordinary results is more important than ever. With Fred 2.0 , Mark not only revisits the original Fred to gain new insights but also equips all of us with new strategies to achieve more. You’ll not only be inspired by Fred 2.0 , you’ll also have the tools and strategies to aim higher and achieve the extraordinary.

Fred Schepisi


Fred Schepisi


$25


A master class on film direction in which Schepisi provides a goldmine of insights into his films, his filmmaking style, and what makes him tick as an artist

Dear Fred


Dear Fred


$12.68


Set in the racing world of Newmarket in the 1880s, this is the story of Laura and her intense feelings for Fred Archer – the tall, slender young jockey who became one of the most famous men in Britain. Based around the true story of Fred Archer’s short and tragic life, this is a moving and passionate story of first love.

Fred Sandback


Fred Sandback


$41.25


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Fred Hoyle


Fred Hoyle


$28.99


Written from personal accounts and interviews with his contemporaries, this book gives valuable insights into Fred Hoyle’s unforgettable life.

Fred Mortagne


Fred Mortagne


$33.75


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Fred (Paperback)


Fred (Paperback)


$13.51


A quirky tale, told in comic-strip format, of the secret double life of the laziest cat in the world Fred is an adored family cat (now deceased) who slept all the timeon the ironing board, on the washing machine, on top of the fridge, on cars, and particularly on bedsalthough he took a little time off to sit on laps purring and to eat. Only after his death do Sophie and Nick discover that, by night, he was the Elvis of the cat-world, Famous Fred, the most famous cat in the world, with hordes of devoted fanswho give him a suitably raucous funeral.

Fred Astaire


Fred Astaire


$14.55


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Fred Clarke


Fred Clarke


$29.95


Elected to the Baseball Hall of Fame in 1945, Fred Clarke began his career in 1894 with a record day at the plate, going 5 for 5. He would go on to play for 21 years spending most of that time as the player-manager of the Pirates, a team he led to four pennants and one World Series Championship (1909).

Fred & Rose


Fred & Rose


$7.99


The definitive account of one of Britain ‘ s most notorious killer couples, who loved, tortured, and slayed together as husband and wife. From the outside, 25 Cromwell Street in Gloucester, England, looked as commonplace as the married couple who lived there. But in 1994, Fred and Rose West’s home would become infamous as a house of horrors when the remains of nine young womenmany of them decapitated, dismembered, and showing evidence of sexual torturewere found interred under its cellar, bathroom floor, and garden. And this wasn’t the only burial ground: Fred’s first wife and nanny were unearthed miles away in a field, while his eight-year-old stepdaughter was found entombed under the Wests’ former residence. Yet, for more than twenty years, the twosome maintained a faade of normalcy while abusing and murdering female boarders, hitchhikers, and members of their own family. Howard Sounes, who first broke the story about the Wests as a journalist and covered the murder trial, has written a comprehensive account of the case. Beginning with Fred and Rose’s bizarre childhoods, Sounes charts their lives and crimes in forensic detail, constructing a fascinating and frightening tale of a marriage soaked in blood. Indeed, the total number of the Wests’ victims may never be known. A case reminiscent of the Moors Murders committed in the 1960s in Manchester by Myra Hindley and Ian Bradyas if Hindley and Brady had married and kept on killing for decades Fred & Rose is a story of obsessive love as well as obsessive murder ( The Times , London).

Katy Perry


Katy Perry


$24.36


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Tyler Perry


Tyler Perry


$27.1


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Perry Speaks!


Perry Speaks!


$24.35


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Anthology


Anthology


$9.6


The Revelons: Gregory Lee Packard (vocals, guitar); Fred Smith (bass guitar, background vocals); Nels Pierce (bass guitar); Dana Duquet, Ned Brewster (drums); Mark Suall (background vocals); James Wynbrandt, Jay Dee Daugherty. Personnel: Mark Suall (vocals, guitar); Patrick Barnes, James Wynbrandt (guitar); Arno Hecht (alto saxophone, tenor saxophone); Crispin Cioe (baritone saxophone); Greg Husted, C.P. Roth (keyboards); Nat Brewster, Jay Dee Daugherty, Stephen Bray (drums). Recording information: 195 Chrystie Street (11/01/1978-05/07/2002); Blue Rock Studios, New York, NY (11/01/1978-05/07/2002); CBGB’s, New York, NY (11/01/1978-05/07/2002); Coyote Studios (11/01/1978-05/07/2002); House Of Music Studios, NJ (11/01/1978-05/07/2002); Skyline Studios, New York, NY (11/01/1978-05/07/2002); Sorcerer SOund, New York, NY (11/01/1978-05/07/2002). Author: Hilly Kristal. It’s impossible to believe that punk-era music this rock, this raw, this heartfelt and this good has been buried for near twenty years. Like a new wave Jonathan Richman, Revelons leader Gregory Lee Pickard gets to the soul of the teenage rock song in structure and vocal tone, although his abstract lyrics points to something much artier. 97 Tears sets the template for the Cars while My Town shows what could have happened if a young Edge played guitar for Joy Division. Of course, there’s little need for imaginary players when Fred Perry of Television and Jay Dee Dougherty or Patti Smith Group are your backing band. This disc compiles a grab bag of known cuts, studio session and live recordings, although the primal urgency of even the band’s best quality recordings means that the difference between session and stage is minimal. But even if these songs existed only on a cracked and melted 78 RPM record, they would still be worth your attention. ~ Joshua Glazer

Fred Perry Mens Bodega ReIssue Tennis Shoe 2 SB7060


Fred Perry Mens Bodega ReIssue Tennis Shoe 2 SB7060


$129


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Fred Perry Mens Bodega ReIssue Tennis Shoe 2 SB7060


Fred Perry Mens Bodega ReIssue Tennis Shoe 2 SB7060


$129


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Fred Perry Mens Newstead Twill B6299-760


Fred Perry Mens Newstead Twill B6299-760


$59


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Fred Perry Mens Reissue Tennis Shoe 2 WXD Cotton B8277


Fred Perry Mens Reissue Tennis Shoe 2 WXD Cotton B8277


$59


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Musical Classics 50 Movie Megapack


Musical Classics 50 Movie Megapack


$13.13


This delightful collection transports you back to the golden era of Hollywood musicals where every troubled romance had a happy ending. Rediscover the magic of Fred Astaire in Second Chorus and Royal Wedding. Marvel at the incredible dance moves of Cyd Charisse and Jane Powell in Black Tights and Delightfully Dangerous. Relive the magic of jazz legends like Duke Ellington, Lionel Hampton, The Dorsey Brothers, Count Basie and Sarah Vaughn. Sit back and enjoy the songs of all time greats like Lena Horne, Frank Sinatra, Eartha Kitt, Perry Como, Judy Garland and Dinah Shore. The Classic Musicals 50-MoviePack brings an incomparable world of song, dance and orchestration to life in a collection that offers countless hours of entertainment.

On Your Shore


On Your Shore


$4.42


Personnel: Charlotte Martin (vocals, chant, piano, electric piano, Fender Rhodes piano, synthesizer, sampler, background vocals); Charlotte Martin; Ken Andrews (electric guitar, synthesizer, bass guitar, drum programming, sound effects, background vocals); Jeff Garber (electric guitar); Julian Leaper, Perry Mason, Warren Zielinski, Liz Edwards, Mark Berrow, Michael McMenemy, Lian McKinnon, Rebecca Hirsch, Dai Emanuel, Michele Richards, Christopher Clad, Eddie Roberts, Jonathan Strange, Steve Morris, Peter Kent, Patrick Kiernan, Everton Nelson, Jackie Shave, Darius Campo, Josefina Vergara, Charlie Bisharat (violin); Donald McVay, Timothy Grant, Zoe Lake, Gustav Clarkson, Garfield Jackson, Bob Becker, Darrin McCann (viola); Jonathan Williams, Suzie Katayama, Larry Corbett, David Daniels (cello); Joe Meyer (French horn); Fred Greene, Fred W. Greene (tuba); Paddy Lannigan, Hector R. Ferreira, Chris Laurence, Justin Meldal-Johnsen (bass guitar); Angus Godwin (drums, congas, chimes); Joey Waronker (drums, hi-hat, shaker, tambourine, timbales, percussion, bells); Beth Katte (background vocals); Joel Derouin, Gavyn Wright, Emlyn Singleton (violin); Peter Lale (viola); Naomi Wright, Anthony Pleeth (cello); Warren Luening (cornet); Rick Baptist (flugelhorn); Charles Loper (trombone); William Frank Bill Reichenbach Jr. (bass trombone); Scott Fraser (programming). Audio Mixers: Ken Andrews; Andy Bradfield. Recording information: Angel Studios, Islington, London, England; Cello Studios; Extasy South Studios, Los Angeles, CA; Red Swan Studios; Test Drive Studios. Photographers: Charlotte Martin; Yariv Milchan. Arrangers: David Campbell; Craig Armstrong. Charlotte Martin spent a good part of her teenage years obsessively studying the work of Kate Bush. She’s more than a fan; she’s a devout follower of Bush’s mystical songbook of art and romance, from which she gained enough confidence to find her own voice and style. Now in her late twenties, Martin bows to her idol while

Personal


Personal


$12.21


Personnel: George Howard (soprano saxophone, background vocals); Keith Rawls (vocals, keyboards, programming); Keith John (vocals, background vocals); John Pagano (vocals); Paul Jackson, Jr. , Ron Smith, Manny Lpez, Ray Fuller (guitar); George Duke (piano, Synclavier); Patrice Rushen (piano); Preston Glass (keyboards, drums, background vocals); Rex Salas, Kevin Dorsey (keyboards); Bubba Bryant (drums); Paulinho Da Costa (percussion); Cornelius Mims (keyboard programming, drum programming, background vocals); Carl Carwell, Fred Sawyers, Tina Graham, Dee Dee Wilde, Carole Ann, Josie James, Kenny Harris, Larry Graham, Alex Brown, Noel Clossen, Phil Perry, Attala Zane Giles, Syreeta Wright, Angel Rogers (background vocals). Audio Mixers: David Rideau; Erik Zobler; David Koenig; Maureen Droney; Barney Perkins. Audio Remasterer: Phil Nicolo. Recording information: Aire L.A. Studio, Glendale, CA; Bazooka Studios, N. Miami, FL; Buxer Sound Studios, Hollywood, CA; LeGonks West, Hollywood, CA; Studio D, Sausalito, CA; The Institute of Groove Research, Malibu, CA; Westlake Studio D, Hollywood, CA. Photographer: Bobby Holland. Unknown Contributor Roles: George Duke; Kevin Fisher; Patrice Rushen. Arranger: Attala Zane Giles. The late Kenny G of R & B gave his personal best on these suave yet funky soul grooves, backing his very original soprano sax work with the likes of guitarist Paul Jackson, Jr, keyboardist Preston Glass, and top R & B producer George Duke. Howard’s horn is very agreeable, melodic and often exciting in its sense of playfulness, but a few less vocals would make it stand out even more. Personal is a must buy for sax lovers and instrumental fans who like to shake their booties. Before his death later in the decade, Howard released a slew of popular R & B sax albums that were even better than this. Top cuts include Uptown and I’m in Effect. ~ Jonathan Widran

RS2


RS2


$15.28


Personnel: Rhonda Smith (vocals, keyboards, acoustic bass, electric bass, fretless bass, background vocals); Rhonda Smith (guitars); Latrese Bush, Fred Hammond (vocals, background vocals); Billy Odum (guitar, acoustic guitar, electric guitar); Derek Scott, Felicia Collins, Kathleen Dyson, Mike Scott (guitar); Prince (guitars); Eric Essix (acoustic guitar, electric guitar); Ronald James (soprano saxophone); Joey Sommerville (trumpet, keyboards, bass synthesizer, drums, programming); Phil Davis (Fender Rhodes piano, keyboards); Renato Neto (Fender Rhodes piano); Anthony Perry (keyboards, bass synthesizer); John Roberts (drums); Omar Phillips (percussion); Andre Bowman (programming); Larry Darrell (drum programming). Audio Mixers: Rhonda Smith; Joey Sommerville. Recording information: Luminous Sound, Dallas, TX; Slow Wine Music, Sherman Oaks, CA; Studio 3121, Beverly Hills, CA; The Manor, Alpharetta, GA. Photographer: Ron MacDonald. One of the great aspects about having a steady, lucrative side gig – in the case of versatile bassist, singer and songwriter Rhonda Smith, nearly ten years playing with Prince – is the freedom to create a solo project that happily defies any easy genre categorization. Of course, it’s also nice to have Prince himself in the house, lending a promotional quote (This is Rhonda. and she is funky!) and his crunchy lead and rhythm guitars to the old-school soul)-(rock jam Time. Smith says it all about the eclectic nature of her disc in the half-minute industrial vibing intro called What Do They Think Music Is. She answers that in many ways throughout RS2, beginning with the adventurous, sensuous soul meets trippy electronica tune To Get with You, and engaging in some biting commentary about an emotionally stunted lover on the sparse, percussive neo-soul-jazz piece Lost Child. Always moves into progressive urban smooth jazz territory, with Smith focusing more on the melodic capabilities of her axe, accompanied by Ron James’ soprano

Seven Male Tennis Legends and the Career Grand Slam: Fred Perry, Don Budge, Rod Laver, Roy Emerson, Andre Agassi, Roger Federer, Rafael Nadal


Seven Male Tennis Legends and the Career Grand Slam: Fred Perry, Don Budge, Rod Laver, Roy Emerson, Andre Agassi, Roger Federer, Rafael Nadal


$22.8


The four Grand Slam tournaments, also called the Majors, are the most important tennis events of the year in terms of world ranking points, tradition, prize-money awarded, and public attention. They are the Australian Open, the French Open, Wimbledon, and the US Open. A singles player or doubles team that wins all four Grand Slam tournaments in the same year is said to have achieved the Grand Slam. If the player or team wins all four consecutively, but not in the same calendar year, it is called a Non-Calendar Year Grand Slam. Winning all four at some point in a career, even if not consecutively, is referred to as a Career Grand Slam. Seven players were able to achieve this success: Fred Perry, Don Budge, Rod Laver, Roy Emerson, Andre Agassi, Roger Federer, and Rafael Nadal.

To the Chief Musician


To the Chief Musician


$9.87


Gabriel Hardeman Delegation includes: Gabriel Hardeman, Annette Hardeman, Myrna Summers (vocals); Darryl Johnson (guitar); Brian Lenair Williams (saxophone); Eddie Howard (keyboards, programming); Dexter T. Moore, Stan Brisbon, Bryant Pugh (keyboards); Don Stevens (bass); Greg Spencer (drums, programming, sequencing); Dennis James, Darryl Burgee (drums); Alan Spight (sequencing); Charlene Holloway, Paula Holloway, Rene Robinson, Chad Gilbert, Michelle Kornegay, Deidre Childs, Lola Rooney, Nick Taliaferro, Violet Ray, Michael Hardeman (background vocals). Producers include: Gabriel Hardeman, Allen Spight, Yuri Zwadiuk, Annette Hardeman. Recorded at East Coast Flavor, Washington, D.C, University City High School, Holy Dance Studios, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Personnel: Gabriel Hardeman (vocals); Karen Williams, Michelle Kornegay, Fred Campbell, Annette Hardeman, Chad Gilbert, Charlene Holloway (vocals); Darryl Johnson (guitar); Eddie Howard, Jr. (keyboards, drum programming); Bryant Pugh (keyboards); Greg Spencer (drums, drum programming); Daryl Burgee, Dennis James (drums). Audio Mixers: Andre Debourg; Eddie Howard, Jr. . Recording information: East Coast Flavor Recording Studios, Washington DC; Holy Dance Studio, Philadelphia, PA; University City High School. Photographer: Susan Bulkin. During the late ’70s to early ’80s, the Gabriel Hardeman Delegation was a popular entity within the realm of gospel music, yielding the hit Feels Like Fire during this period. After a two-decade hiatus, Hardeman and his aggregation of talented vocalists returned with the 2001 release To the Chief Musician. Armed with a strong background in R & B, having worked with such artists as Patti LaBelle, Stephanie Mills, Phil Perry, Miki Howard, Chantay Savage, and Prince, Hardeman revisits those roots through the R & B flavor he’s added to tracks such as To Be Saved and Hold Out, Deliverance Will Come, as well as the hip-hop-influenced remix of the latter. Hardeman and crew deliver th

Wonder of It All


Wonder of It All


$14.01


Heartsfield includes: J.C. Hartsfield (vocals, acoustic guitar, fiddle); Perry Jordan (vocals, acoustic guitar, tambourine); Fred Dobbs (vocals, guitar, banjo, harmonica); Phil Lucafo (vocals, guitar, pedal steel).

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