|By Janet M (18.104.22.168) on Friday, March 26, 2004 - 02:29 pm:|
Whatever happened to the Sylvers website, called remembering the Sylvers?I'm not able to enter it.I would also like to give my sympathy to the family on the passing of Edmund.
|By R&B (22.214.171.124) on Friday, March 26, 2004 - 02:37 pm:|
I TOO WOULD WISH TO EXTEND CONDOLENCES TO THE SYLVERS FAMILY,I HAD THE PLEASURE OF SEEING THEM LIVE IN THE 70'S AND THEY WERE VERY PROFESSIONAL WITH A GREAT LIVE SHOW.
|By Spookey (126.96.36.199) on Sunday, March 28, 2004 - 01:20 pm:|
The Sylvers were just as great as the J-5 and the 5 Stairsteps!! -- Who can forget the badass intro to Misamenor or the soul classic ballad I Wish That I Could Talk To You!!
Whatever happened to Foster? -- I remember seeing Edmund onetime sitting in the audience when Freda Payne was doing a show just after the Supremes of the 70's broke up; and one of the first time apperences that Scherrie Payne did as a soloist and also on the show was Susaye Greene!!
Also, besides Edmund being there; so was Freda's hubby at the time, Gregory Abbott, way before his Shake You Down ever came out; and their son, was just a tiny weeny baby!! Wow, that was a long time ago. Edmund was sitting with that guy who starred in Cooley High!! -- He was also in Welcome Back Carter!!
|By Charise (188.8.131.52) on Sunday, March 28, 2004 - 06:00 pm:|
Wow, Spookey that was a memory!!! The guy you were referring to was Lawrence Hilton-Jacobs, who also did some background work on Stevie's "Hotter Than July album! Did you know that Gregory Abbott is (if my memory serves me right)the cousin of actress, Diahnne Abbott of Taxi Driver, King Of Comedy & New York, New York fame, who was also married to Robert De Neiro???
|By Spookey (184.108.40.206) on Monday, March 29, 2004 - 01:50 am:|
I took pictures that night. Lawerence was hanging out I guess with Edmund, early 80's.
Freda's son was just a baby; the next time I saw him was at Mary Wilson's sons funeral; all grown up!!
|By Tyava (220.127.116.11) on Wednesday, March 31, 2004 - 02:21 pm:|
Hi everyone, Thank you for all of your thoughts and memories of Edmund. All of the support is very uplifting to my family. We will miss him dearly but he lives on in our hearts and through the legacy that he has left behind of his music and his children.
Tyava Sylvers Winborne
|By Janet M (18.104.22.168) on Wednesday, March 31, 2004 - 03:57 pm:|
Tyava,Best wishes on your marriage to Jason and for the blessed event that will occur in your lives in June. I saw your wedding photos and they were spectacular. I would like to express my sympathy on the passing of Edmund. I heard of his passing while watching BET, when Orbit, a rapper mentioned it. The Sylvers were an inspiration for me. I never meet them, but I always felt that I knew them personally. Thank you for being so open and warm with us on "Remembering the Sylver" website.
|By Greg C. (22.214.171.124) on Wednesday, March 31, 2004 - 05:42 pm:|
I am very saddened by the death of your uncle. Edmund and his brothers and sisters have brought me so much joy! They always have been and still are my favorite vocal group.
I had the opportunity to meet your Mom many years ago and she was an absolute sweetheart. She along with her siblings signed the "Showcase" album for me which I still hold onto. It's very special to me.
All of you guys are in my thoughts and prayers.
|By Juicefree20 (126.96.36.199) on Wednesday, March 31, 2004 - 05:57 pm:|
Hi Tyava, my deepest condolences go out to you & your family, upon the death of your uncle Edmund. Your family brought us much joy & I had a big crush on Pat How is she doing & how is the rest of the family doing? I hope that everyone is well & may God bless all of you.
|By Scandie26 (188.8.131.52) on Saturday, April 03, 2004 - 07:15 pm:|
Hello! Tyava, Thanks! to you and your loving family members and friends for keeping the memory of Edmund alive.The fans who love edmund and the sylvers in general so much, I only know Edmund, as being a very kind hearted person, who smiled he has this beautiful smile... Hi! JuiceFree, my brother had a crush on Patricia Sylvers, too He spoke to her back in the day on a radio station when the family was on a radio station and he told her he liked her then :o) long time ago :o) I think Patricia, has a son now and she is married don't quote me on that though :o) - Scandie
|By Juicefree20 (184.108.40.206) on Saturday, April 03, 2004 - 09:02 pm:|
Hey Scandie, what's up. Tell your brother that even though it's been over 25 years, if he spoke with Patricia, I'm jealous. Is she still out in Cali? thanks for the info!
|By STONEWALL (220.127.116.11) on Saturday, April 03, 2004 - 09:26 pm:|
On the loss of Edmund, here is some background "411", which surprisingly, no one mentioned on these postings.
Edmund Sylvers died on March 11th at only 47 in Ricmond, Virginia after a one-year battle with lung cancer.
With The Sylvers, Edmund enjoyed mid-1970s hits such as the immortal "Boogie Fever", "Cotton Candy" and "High School Dance" among others.
In 1980, Edmund had his solo album, "Have U Heard". One of his brothers, Leon, Jr., remains a record producer.
Soulful and pop regrets to all of The Sylvers.
|By Scandie26 (18.104.22.168) on Sunday, April 04, 2004 - 05:13 am:|
Thanks! for the info Stonewall,:o)I think everybody knew... :o) its posted on findagrave.com but! thanks again, for those who were not aware.Also there is an interview with Leon sylvers, about a year or two ago with a radio station very informative interviews over a period of time ill find it... and let you all know, or for those of you who didn't get to read it :o) Well! its very late so i guess ill take my insomniac self to sleep :o)-Sandie
|By SPOOKEY (22.214.171.124) on Monday, April 05, 2004 - 12:56 am:|
Everyone, why hasn't anyone except Spookey, mentioned the hits MISAMENOR and I WISH THAT I COULD TALK TO YOU as hits of the Sylvers, while everyone else like my friend Stonewell talks about Cotton Candy and Boogie Fever?
doesn't anyone remember what a great intro Misamenor had? and it was funky soul; a real dance number we did "the 4 corners, too?
|By Juicefree20 (126.96.36.199) on Monday, April 05, 2004 - 01:18 am:|
Spookey, we wrote about those songs in the first thread regarding Edmunds passing. I personally wrote about Fools Paradise & I Wish.
|By Tyava (188.8.131.52) on Monday, April 05, 2004 - 04:21 pm:|
The family is doing well and all out here in Cali. Pat is married. She and her husband are in ministry and have no kids yet.
If anyone wants more regular updates they can go to yahoogroups.com and join TheNewSylversMessageBoard. I give updates frequently there and there are many pictures, video clips and mp3 streams to enjoy of my family. Thanks again for all the support.
Tyava Sylvers Winborne
|By Juicefree20 (184.108.40.206) on Monday, April 05, 2004 - 07:17 pm:|
Thank you very much for the response Tyava. I'm sure that your family's musical legacy brings you immense pride. I will make it my business to join the webgroup & I look forward to speaking with you again. God bless!!
|By sly fan (220.127.116.11) on Monday, April 05, 2004 - 10:00 pm:|
I would have to say The Sylvers were funkier (not as much as The Stairsteps....) But they were more to me than a POP sensation. Their harmonies were on point..the writing etc...I LOVE J5 too but IMHO The Sylvers would have given J5 a run for their money if they were signed to Motown...
But I love them both! The Stairsteps were far ahead of both but thats another conversation...
Condolences and Love to the Sylvers Family...Edmund will be greatly missed..I kinda feel like I lost a family member when I heard of the news..My mom took it pretty hard as well..
Rest In Peace.
|By scandie26 (18.104.22.168) on Tuesday, April 06, 2004 - 01:54 am:|
Thanks! Tyava, for the correct info about Patricia Sylvers, my brother liked hearing about Pat as well :o) he too is married and in the ministry. Im sorry Juice for givin you partially incorrect info on Patricia Sylvers, but i did say not to quote me lol! :o) Have a good evening and blessing to you juice, and tyava, also to your family members. oh! I almost forgot the interview with leon, you can find @ soul 24-7.com for anyone interested :o)all one word - Sincerely, Scandie
|By scandie26 (22.214.171.124) on Tuesday, April 06, 2004 - 03:32 am:|
Hello! Tyava, I just saw your beautiful wedding pictures that was a beautiful wedding most difinitely :o)after the baby gets alittle older Please share the lovely pic's with us? i know the pictures will be adorable :o) its really only 11:30pm as i write this evening but the sign off time shows it to be alot later. Take care -Scandie
|By STONEWALL (126.96.36.199) on Tuesday, April 06, 2004 - 05:48 am:|
Oh, Nicole Denise Hughes, U sound very disturbed, hateful and rather rascist and very anti-Gay. Why, U even despise mention of the world's undisputed #1 musical artists, The Beatles, whom even other musicians and singers admire, not to mention covering their songs!
Edmund Sylvers wouldn't want U -- or anyone -- to say those abrasive things, to use those vulgarities and slurs and epithets -- and neither do I. Neither should anyone.
Your postings, both of them (repeated @ 7:07 p.m. and 7:08 p.m.) needs to be removed ASAP!
|By David Meikle (188.8.131.52) on Tuesday, April 06, 2004 - 09:13 am:|
Stonewall's wish granted.
|By Randy Russi (184.108.40.206) on Tuesday, April 06, 2004 - 11:05 am:|
Thanks for the info. Spookey, I also liked the
45rpm of "Misdemeanor" by Foster Sylvers. He
had a solo lp too.
Sad news about Edmund. Which one of the Sylvers
was married to Freda Payne? I believe she
married one of them after she was married to
I remember her son, Gregory, when he was about
7 and Freda brought him with her down here to
Florida while she was doing Sophisticated
Ladies. She took him to DisneyWorld.
Again, I also liked the Sylvers--I also saw
them perform and LOVED "Wished That I Could
Talk To You".
They performed here in Orlando along with
Eddie Kendrick & Don Cornelius on a Soul Train
tour. I remember they came out doing "I Was
In The Right Place, But It Must've Been The
Wrong Time", the Dr. John hit.
They were really big business there for a while--
Hot Line, High School Dance, etc.
|By Tyava (220.127.116.11) on Tuesday, April 06, 2004 - 11:32 pm:|
Edmund dated Freda but they weren't married. Hope that helps you. :o)
|By STONEWALL (18.104.22.168) on Wednesday, April 07, 2004 - 01:11 am:|
Presumed appreciation to David from everyone on the Board, except the offender. I must say that U acted very promptly and decisively. Further, U were smart to keep my original request posted as it let's everyone know that they will be protected at Soulful Detroit. (My post above sufficiently describes the nature of the offenses -- not aimed at me personally -- so no need to repeat here.)
On an entirely different note, I did not provide an entire SYLVERS' discography herein, Spookey-ette; however, I at least mentioned a few of their hit songs. If U look at the posts prior to mine, U will be surprised to notice that not one person mentioned any of their songs much less any of their hits! Go on, go look!
|By Juicefree20 (22.214.171.124) on Wednesday, April 07, 2004 - 02:59 am:|
Stonewall, I don't know what happened here but I apologize for anyone that would post a negative or homophobic statement here. Although not my lifestyle, I find your posts to be a lot of fun. I enjoy your posts as you have a very unique & expressive style. Again, I apologize for anyone who behaved in such a negative manner. The love for the music is love for the music. There's more than enough room here for all, regardless of race, gender or preferences. Folks, could we lighten up here? We're simply discussing music here. There's no need to bash anyone, as there are more than enough serious problems in the world than we must contend with. Although I didn't see the post, we all have our points of views that should be respected.
Stonewall, there was an earlier thread regarding Edmund's passing. In that thread, many of us mentioned The Sylvers classics such as Fool's Paradise, I Wish That I Could Talk To You & a personal favorite, That's What Love Is Made Of.
|By dorisjbo (126.96.36.199) on Thursday, April 08, 2004 - 09:13 pm:|
My deepest condolences to the family on the passing of Edmund. I'm still shock and sadden that he is gone. Edmund always been my number one fan and it feels like a piece of me has gone. I will deeply miss him from the bottom of my heart!
|By scandie26 (188.8.131.52) on Saturday, April 10, 2004 - 04:09 am:|
Hello! dorisjbo, I really do miss Edmund, alot too, but he is doing wonderful things in heaven for sure :o). I remember having the Sylvers, fan club pamphlet and Edmund, Ricky, had their hair positioned in a style that would prepare their hair for the famous afros they were known for, the(very handsome look.)Im sure James, Leon and Foster,did the same with their hair... because on stage their hair looked good also :o) It was very fun reading -->that pamphlet back in the day. I would explain the rest but first i'd like to know that it would be okay with the sylvers family. It was fun...and its a nice story.
|By STONEWALL (184.108.40.206) on Saturday, April 10, 2004 - 05:56 am:|
One slipped pass the Juice! The offender's two posts -- the same one -- were repeated @ 7:07 and 7:08 p.m. on Monday, April 5. They were right above your post @ 7:17 p.m. The poster's name was unfamiliar -- like a one-hit attack. The diatribe was rather lengthy and definitely not in the spirit of The Sylvers, The Supremes, The Beatles, The Jacksons -- or MLK -- et al. After I read it in disbelief as to what was slipped in there, my second reaction was how did Juice miss this as both were right above yours?
Like I said, it wasn't directly or personally aimed at me butt there was anti-White innuendo (via invoking The Beatles) and definitely anti-Gay lifestyle stereotypes, something about Gay magazines. Obviously, I'm not a magazine, nor do I read 'em, Gay or otherwise. [Imagine what the music business would be without Whites or Gays??]
Lastly, it was offensive to The Sylvers family as it was inexplicably and maliciously posted on a file to express sympathy for the loss of a popular singer not to attempt to disgrace his memory with discriminatory graffitti.
The silver lining in the cloud, Juice, is your well-thought compliments of me -- not the first time I'm pleased to say. Yes, I pride myself on my musical knowledgebase and witicism, among other things -- in addition to accommodating the thoughts, 411 and ideas of others, just as U do. So, thanx.
Thus, we all have to keep our eyes open. The S.D.F. administrators got on this matter lickety split like "CHiPS" and shot the offenses off of the board.
|By Juicefree20 (220.127.116.11) on Saturday, April 10, 2004 - 07:41 pm:|
What's up Stonewall? I know exactly how I missed those posts. What happens is that I may be typing something & stop for a few minutes to scan other postings, or grab a bite. By the time I finish typing the post, a half hour may have passed. I've noticed that by the time my message has posted, a few others post before mine.
I think that it is very inappropriate for someone to post negative, mean-spirited posts on this thread. This is to acknowledge one of the Soul stars of our youth. His memory & as we have seen, his family deserve more respect than that. I seriously doubt that his niece appreciated reading that kind of post while reading the kind words regarding her family.
As for myself, I'm not white or Gay, but I feel that this is a most inappropriate place to slander or berate anyone due to their lifestyle or race. We're talking music here & there's no need for anyone to go off on that tangent. I know for a fact that some folks would be quite surprised to know how many of their idols are buried deep, deep in the closet. I'm sure that you know that as well.
I look at it this way. A whole lot of Blacks & Whites joined together to bring us some timeless classics. The mixed racial make ups of Booker T & The MGs, The Memphis Horns, Atlantic Records crack studio group & countless others, came together to make some of the most gorgeous sounds ever laid on tape. Music has done more to bring the races together than any other force that I can think of. The power of GOOD music trancends racial barriers & has played a role in bringing people together.
As far as Gay people are concerned, they have given much to the music & arts over time. It's safe to say that without the contibutions of Gay people in the arts, this world would have a different look & feel. Although it's not my lifestyle & I can't claim to understand it, I'm not going to bash anyone. I've known many Gay people who are very good people. Of course, I've had Gay family members. As long as no one tries to come at me or my child in a disrespectful manner, I'm cool. I think that we're all people, trying to live our lives & find happiness however we can.
Besides, it's not as though all of our macho & manly world leaders are doing such a great job running this planet. How about that.
|By Scandie26 (18.104.22.168) on Sunday, April 11, 2004 - 06:37 am:|
Good Evening Juice, very nice message the insomniac bug has gotten to me again tonight lol! it is now 2:26am. Oh yeah I must say happy birthday Angela Sylvers,:o)Juice scroll up and read your message i left for you i think it was last week I left one for you too Tyava,:o) Many blessings Good Night. :o)-Scandie
|By Juicefree20 (22.214.171.124) on Sunday, April 11, 2004 - 10:43 pm:|
Hi Scandie. Yes I did see your earlier message. Don't worry, I'm not mad about the info, that happens sometimes. May God bless & have a very Happy Easter.
|By STONEWALL (126.96.36.199) on Monday, April 12, 2004 - 01:07 am:|
Juice Man, I had no idea U were neither White nor Gay?? I thought U were like MICHAEL JAX and Me -- and Spookey, among many others! Anyway, right U are. Many music celebrities -- and sooooo many others -- go to their grave while still "in the closet", especially in yesteryear, I understand. For many, the casket just becomes their new closet. I've seen a few (as in 3) well-knowns posted on these boards with a "Top 5 Favorites of...", who I've been with (and visa versa) -- and more than thrice.
Bottom line: Don't judge a book by its cover =and= don't defame as the ingredients may be your idol, just as Mr. Juice stated. I'm just confirming.
P.S. J-man, only kidding about what U look like as I have seen your "Still waiting for those pix" file. My only question is what height are U as U confusingly stick your head on the bodies of all different height guys.
|By Tyava (188.8.131.52) on Monday, April 12, 2004 - 02:28 pm:|
Thanks for the wonderful compliment. We had a great time at the wedding and i will be posting baby pics once he's born. I saw your post about about the afro prep and was cracking up! If you're referring to what i think you are it must be when they would section their hair and put it into those long ponytails. Yep, they all did that to maintain the fro! :o)
|By Juicefree20 (184.108.40.206) on Monday, April 12, 2004 - 03:50 pm:|
Hi Stoney! I'm 5'11 & try to put my head in where it'll fit in. Wait a minute, that didn't come out right. The pictures are so limited & trying to find pictures to alter that won't make anyone lose their minds, is becoming a challenge. For example, I was going to become the original black guy in the Rolling Stones. I was also going to be the originator of The Tempts, Juiceotis. Somehow, I don't think that would've gone over too well here. Plus, I'm still learning Photoshop. Once I master the program, it'll get a bit easier to manipulate the photos. In a way, that's kinda the point that I was making with those pictures. It's supposed to be obvious, just not THAT obvious. I'm learning though.
About the other situation, I feel that we're discussing music & the personalities. We're not all going to agree with one another. However, I draw the line at name calling & personally bashing a person due to their beliefs. I find that it gets way beyond personal here at times & unnecessarily vicious at that. The arguments that I've seen regarding The Supremes & other groups borders on insanity. Too many people take it a little too far & if they get heated over something like that, I wonder how they respond to real life problems. A chill pill is definitely in order sometimes. Music is supposed to foster togetherness, not this type of stuff.
What you say is definitely true. However, it's not just in the past. As you live in NY, you must have noticed the radio shows, where married men are being called out for liveing a secret double life. These guys are actually calling the radio show. Not to mention the underground scene where totally thugged out guys go to let their hair dow. No Stoney, the closet is still alive & fully stuffed, here in the year 2004. There have been more than a few heart throbs, whose hearts throbbed for those not of the fairer sex. Some ladies would be shocked to learn that that sexy singer is not singing to them...he's singing to their man, their brother, etc. I explained that to a few friends awhile ago, they don't want to hear it. As Mr McDonald sang: What A Fool Believes He Sees....
Nevertheless, I hope that we'll see less of these types of vicious posts & we can continue to share musical thoughts & info in a civil manner. Any other type of behavior is unnecessary. In all honesty, I get a kick out of you & Spookey. Though I may needle, it's all in fun & the forum would be far less entertaining without the two of you. Your life is your life & it's not up to me to try to tell you how to live it. You're trying to inform & have a little fun along the way. You guys crack me up & sometimes, a little levity is welcome, as some folks get too serious. Man, just keep doing what you do, it's all good. The same for Spookey, though I still want to see all those pictures
|By Juicefree20 (220.127.116.11) on Monday, April 12, 2004 - 03:52 pm:|
Hello Tyava! It's good to see you here. I hope that your Easter was pleasant & I'm gald to see that you still check in on us here from time to time. It's always good to see you here!
Peace & God Bless!
|By Wayne (18.104.22.168) on Monday, April 12, 2004 - 04:53 pm:|
To the Sylvers family and fans:
I was sorry to hear of Edmund's passing via an email from the creator of the Remember the Sylvers website.
I've been a huge fan since I first heard "Fool's Paradise" on the radio. Edmund helped with lead on that (with Charmaine and Ricky, I believe) and his voice matured just enough to give the later commercial hits thier distinctive sound.
I own an old videotape of a late 1976/early 1977 "Sonny and Cher Show" in which the Sylvers perform a medley of "Boogie Fever" and "Hot Line." Man! Could they move!
"Wish That I Could Talk to You," "Don't Stop, Get Off," and "Swept For You" are among my other faves.
Tyava: You've mentioned how Pat is doing. My crush was on Angie. How is she doing? And is Leon still producing?
|By scandie (22.214.171.124) on Monday, April 12, 2004 - 07:04 pm:|
Hi! Tyava, :o) Yep! thats what I saw lol!...it was so funny, when i first saw Edmund, and Ricky, I glanced in amazement... but it was so funny because they were so comfortable, and content... their expressions,they didn't care about being photographed lol! :o)...That was fun to see. Look forward to the baby photos :o)- Scandie
|By STONEWALL (126.96.36.199) on Tuesday, April 13, 2004 - 01:15 am:|
THE SYLVERS represented all people -- a key to their success besides their multi-talents, infectious songs, great choreography and stunning outfits.
Free-of-Juice: perfect height! -- and introspective, on-target thoughts.
"STONEWALL & Spookey", besides the obvious distinctions from most -- not all -- on the board are unique, too, in that we, unlike most, actually know and interact with many of the musical celebrities we discuss. Coincidentally, I actually met EDMUND SYLVERS via FREDA PAYNE. And I met SCHERRIE PAYNE (many times) via THE SUPREMES. The outstanding and longlasting talent MARTHA REEVES & THE VANDELLAS -- all 3 of them -- have been to my house in Long Island and my apartment in Manhattan. Wait 'til I unearth my musical celebrity pix from executive storage! Gotta do it soon.
J-F, thanx for your objective, many and sincere compliments. Believe me, I know the closets are bizy. When I go shopping, that's usually where I go. U -- or should I say "I" -- can always count on finding something worthwhile. Ironically, that's kinda how I met the "Shoeshine Boy".
Bi the way, "S & S" actually met thru Miss MARY WELLS -- backstage at the Westbury Music Fair in Long Island!
|By Tyava (188.8.131.52) on Tuesday, April 13, 2004 - 06:35 pm:|
Angie is doing great. Her birthday was on Easter Sunday. She has 4 kids ranging from 22 to 4 years old and is divorced. She is also planning on going to law school and has been in the legal field for 17 years.
Leon is still writing and producing but his son Leon IV is doing a lot of writing as well.
|By Juicefree20 (184.108.40.206) on Tuesday, April 13, 2004 - 06:47 pm:|
Hey Stonewall! I'm glad to see that we've weeded out the nonsense on this thread. Now that we've done so, I respectfully direct the spotlight where it was originally intended: to the memory of Mr Edmund Sylvers & his musical contributions & to his lovely niece Tyava, who frequently graces us with her presence. I would request that out of respect to her & her family, that we restrict all future comments to her family. I also will ask all future posters to refrain from the negativity, whether you agree with an opinion or not. This page thread is about love, appreciation & fond memories of Edmund & his siblings. Anything else is extremely inappropriate here. Anyone here second the motion?
Peace & God Bless All!
|By STONEWALL (220.127.116.11) on Tuesday, April 13, 2004 - 07:40 pm:|
"I Second That Emotion" -- duet By STONEWALL & JUICE, similiar to "M-45" with the JERMAINE & NICK B&W duet performing "I'll Be There". That would have been a great song to cover by THE SYLVERS!
|By Janet M (18.104.22.168) on Tuesday, April 13, 2004 - 10:13 pm:|
Tyava, you remind me so much of your Aunt Pat. She and Foster were my favorites.The Sylvers were an inspiration to me. How are they both doing? Accept my sympathy on the passing of Edmund. Best wishes to you, Jason and your little bundle of joy to come.
|By tcpink (22.214.171.124) on Wednesday, April 14, 2004 - 02:27 am:|
My deepest condolences to the Sylvers Family. I was a huge Sylvers fan of Edmund. His music brought back so much happy memories. God bless.
|By tcpink (126.96.36.199) on Wednesday, April 14, 2004 - 02:28 am:|
My deepest condolences to the Sylvers Family. I was a huge fan of Edmund. His music brought back so much happy memories. God bless.
|By Scandie (188.8.131.52) on Wednesday, April 14, 2004 - 03:33 am:|
Hi!Tyava, you do favor Patricia, alot :o)I remember when two of my friends and I would take many trips to magic mountain, to see the Sylvers. I can still see them singing the song I Believe in yesterday,I forget who made that song but the Sylvers, sound so good the harmony was on... for sure.And someone mentioned Edmund, would do his twirl with the microphone and split like no other could :o) Also one of the younger relatives of the sylvers, approached me and asked me: Do You Like The Sylvers? I said yes! and he said do you like the Sylvers enough to jump up and down lol! I said yes, he said okay and I think he said Angelia, asked him to ask me that lol!- Scandie
|By Wayne (184.108.40.206) on Thursday, April 15, 2004 - 07:56 pm:|
Thank you Tyava. :-)
Best wishes to you, your mother, and the rest of the family.
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