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Closencounter


When Closencounter landed at the CopHerBox II in April, 1982, Bob Amos sang lead, Avis Elkins sang 2nd Tenor/Baritone, Tyrone White Sang 1st Tenor, and his brother Extavier White sang, as he put it, "Anything you want me to sing." On-air host Willie Woods took the offered bait and ran a bit: Now that's the kind of guy I like," he proclaimed to the audience. "Can sing it all." A Southside quartet, Closencounter had met the lone criterion set by The Chicago Party for its musical guests: to have recorded music. Tracked at toney Universal Recording in Chicago's Gold Coast and mixed by Donald Burnside in Chicago's Gold Coast and mixed by Donald Burnside at Paul Serrano's P.S. Studios, "Let Yourself Go" b/w "Magical Moments would be the lone entry in the Dapper Records catalog.


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