The Nu’Rons were a family group consisting of two sets of brothers and cousins. They were all born and raised in Salem, New Jersey and from the age of ten and eleven began singing as a group called The Gospel 5. The Nu’Rons began to perform at local dances and parties around New Jersey and Philadelphia, often being used as a non-paid warm up act for bigger named artists. During late January/early February of 1970 The Nu’rons entered the Sigma Sound Studio with Tom Bell and the TSOP musicians to record “I’m A Loner” and “All My Life” which was released on the Nu-Ron label in April of the same year. The two studio takes presented on this release came short after the band moved on from the collaboration with producer Manny Campbell to take music matters in their own hands. Beside recording “Disco Hustle” to be part of the disco boom in Philly of the times, they recorded also “You Came Thru”, a rough yet beautiful heavy bassline driven soul funk recording, and the just amazing “Hurry Up Tomorrow”, here presented in one of the original Studio takes.
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You Came Thru
Hurry Up Tomorrow