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Vernon Burch
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Frame Of Mind

 
Vernon Burch was considered a child prodigy of sorts when he made his performance debut with the Delfonics as a teenager.  He moved on to join the reconstituted Bar Kays on their early 70s albums, then bolted for a solo career after their contract with Stax ran out.  He did not receive the fame his former bandmates would later experience, but the guitarist recorded for United Artists, Columbia and Chocolate City during a six-year period the produced the minor hits "Frame of Mind" and "Give It To Me."  Today his reputation is loftier than the chart position of his work, proving again that sales are no indicator of quality.

Vernon Burch's Deepest Grooves

I'll Be Your Sunshine (United Artists, 1975)
Contains his biggest hit "Changes," which was featured in the film Report to the Commissioner, starring Michael Moriarty.

When I Get Back Home (Columbia, 1976)

Stepping Out (Chocolate City, 1980)

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