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  1. 1 You Hurt Me - BOP-Fro Track Mix 06:22
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  2. 2 You Hurt Me - BOP-Fro Instrumental Mix 06:22
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  3. 3 You Hurt Me - BOP-Fro Vocal Mix 06:22
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  4. 4 My First Mistake - BOP Vocal Mix 07:46
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  5. 5 My First Mistake - BOP Track Mix 07:44
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  6. 6 My First Mistake - BOP Original Demo Mix 07:44
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You Hurt Me
(P. Scott, J. Washington, B. Thompson)
Heavy Time Music, ASCAP
Uncle Joel Publishing, ASCAP

My First Mistake
(Phil Hurtt)
Cookie Music (BMI), Richie Rome Music (ASCAP) Valeria Music (BMI)

All tracks produced, recorded and mixed by
Shank Thompson and Paul Scott for BOP Entertainment.
Background Vocals - Joey Washington, Paul Scott and Gary L.
Artwork - Shank Thompson


 

Feel So Good
(P. Scott, B. Thompson)

Tamark Music, BMI
Heavy Time Music, ASCAP

Produced, Recorded and Mixed by
Paul Scott and Shank Thompson for BOP Entertainment.
Lead Vocals - Kira
Special shout to Ricky Nelson and Darryl Smith on Guitar
Artwork - Shank Thompson


Marvelous
(P. Scott, S. Thompson, C. Harding)

Tamark Music, BMI
Heavy Time Music, ASCAP
Rite Flite Music Publishing, BMI

Produced, Recorded and Mixed by
Paul Scott and Shank Thompson for BOP Entertainment.
Lead Vocals - Carolyn Harding
Background Vocals - Carolyn Harding, Paul Scott
Artwork - Shank Thompson




Jingo (Ji-go-lo-ba)
(Michael Olatunji)
Blackkwood Music BMI

Produced, Recorded and Mixed by
Shank Thompson and Paul Scott for BOP Entertainment.
All additional percussions and keys performed by
BOP Entertainment
Artwork - Lisette Ladydove and Shank Thompson

Special thanks to Babatunde Olatunji and Akiwowo for the inspiration.
Extra thanks to Akinola Akiwowo the great nephew of Akiwowo for showing us the light.



Miss You
(K. Gamble, L Huff ) BMI

Produced, Recorded and Mixed by
Shank Thompson and Paul Scott for BOP Entertainment.
Lead Vocals - Gary L and Joey Washington
Additional Vocals - Anthony “Shadee” Hall
Background Vocals - Gary L Joey Washington, Paul Scott
Bass and Lead Guitars - Paul Scott on Classic Mix
Artwork - Shank Thompson


Joey Washington

Joey Washington hails from musical royalty. His family includes Kool and the Gang and Betty Wright, and it was their success and passion that inspired him to start singing at eleven years old. Being exposed to music at such a young age diversified Joey’s musical interests. Back then, he liked a wide range of music (Charley Pride to P-Funk) and was not afraid to experiment with changing up his sound. In his formative years, Joey collaborated with Sybil’s producer James Bratton on projects for background vocals, and he even helped write a few of Sybil’s earlier hits. Joey’s solo career started with two Gee Tee Records singles - “Tell Me” and “All for You” - that he sang in his opening act for LeVert. In the early 90’s, Joey co-wrote a number one dance single entitled “Got a Love for You” by Jomanda. He then moved on to release numerous dance singles including “Just Us”, “I Know He Will”, “Everyday”, and “Watching You”, just to name a few. In 1993, Joey also made key cameo vocal appearances on two international club hits called “Feel like Singing” by Sandy B. and “Call Him Up” by Voices of 6th Ave. In 2011, Joey signed with a group called Pink Stallone, and they went on to experience lots of success in Europe. Presently, Joey continues to explore his song writing passion and will release his personal music on his own record label soon.


Gary L.

Gary L. started singing at the young age of nine. Inspired by Teddy Pendergrass, Marvin Gaye and David Ruffin, Gary sang for fun with several of his childhood friends until he finally got serious and formed a group - the Oriental Originals - in high school. It took the group some time, but they eventually figured out their group’s name did not reflect their heritage. So, they  changed their name to the New-Ark Originals. The New-Ark Originals performed at a few local venues but disbanded once Gary started pursuing his solo career in the late 80’s. Gary’s first release was “Time to Party” on Sensations Records. “Time to Party” was in regular rotation on NY radio, and it climbed the Billboard charts. In fact, the track did so well that it landed Gary an interview and photo spread in “Right On!” magazine. From there, Gary connected with Smack Productions to record two singles - “Anything is Possible” and “You got my Love” - in the early 90’s. Fast forward to Nervous Records in the mid 90’s, Gary teamed up with Joey Washington, one of the founding members of the New-Ark Originals, to remake Teddy Pendergrass’ “Close the Door”. To this day, Gary’s husky, silky smooth voice still has that Teddy Pendergrass flavor and swag. Look for this sound in new BOP releases.