Moon  Williams | Man of  the  World

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Man of the World

by Moon Williams

A voice that soars between rock and soul and takes you ... all the way there and back.
Genre: Urban/R&B: Soul
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Man of the World
Moon Williams
2:59 $0.99
2. A Thrill's a Thrill
Moon Williams
6:20 $0.99
3. He's So Fine/ My Sweet Lord
Moon Williams
4:57 $0.99
4. Love's in Need of Love Today
Moon Williams
4:44 $0.99
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Album Notes
Moon Williams was the vocalist for the house band at the famous Marquee Club, in Wardour Street, London. There he supported acts such as Georgie Fame, Chris Farlowe, Jimmy Cliff, Long John Baldry (who, interestingly, also did a version of “ A thrill’s a thrill”), Vinegar Joe (the band that included both Elkie Brooks & Robert Palmer) Steampacket (Jeff Beck and Rod Stewart were members).

He has made many records over his career in a variety of names. Among the vocals tracks he has lent his talent to are records by Ray Russell. His backing musicians and backing vocalists read like a who’s who of the British music scene at the time. Ray Russell, Mo Foster, Frank Ricotti. Vocalists included Madelaine Bell and Vicki Brown, the late wife of the famous rock n roller Joe Brown. He has also sung backing vocals on many other people’s sessions

Moon Williams lent his voice to Stevie Wonder songs, the Real Thing, KC and the Sunshine Band, Al Green, the Average White Band and Hot Chocolate for budget albums and supermarket/lift muzak

Moon Williams was No 1 in Denmark with a house and garage track he wrote called “Help”

The Voice Magazine sponsored a competition to find the "black voice of '98” held at the Empire Rooms in Tottenham Court Road in London. Moon Williams was the winner.
Moon Williams has supported Marvin Gaye, the Three degrees, Van Morrison, Hot Chocolate and Ben E King on tour

He has sung R n B, he has sung, rock, he has sung heavy metal, he has sung pop, he has sung ballads, he has sung disco, he has had songs in films and as TV themes. He has appeared on television he has even sung a football song to celebrate the World Cup

And yet……………………so few people have realised who he is and over the next few months we aim to change that with a campaign to put Moon Williams on to everyone's playlist



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Michele Walthamstow East London Rubettes site

only white man to win a black music artist contest
we enjoyed the talents of the only white man to win a black music artist contest - soul singer Moon Williams. He also sang the classic Marvin Gaye track, 'What's going on' He was fantastic. So if there is anyone out there who would like to contact Moon Williams and listen to his brilliant voice, drop me an e-mail and I'll pass your information onto Moon.

Ken on

think we should start moon fan club
The more i read about this fella the less i know and the more intrigued i get i think we should start moon fan club,put some more trivia up and you never know i might start one?,but i have only one record by this blue-eyed jamaican from chorly.
Kent/Ace might put something together there allways looking for something new/special from unsung forgotten soul men/women/bands be nice for one this side of the pond,any spares of any of his stuff i would be interested not too expencive though!!. Ken