Merc And Monk ‎– Carried Away (1985)

Thelonious Monk Jr. and Eric Mercury made up the duo “Merc And Monk”who were signed to the Manhattan Records label in 1985.

Thelonious, the son of the legendary and revolutionary jazz pianist Thelonious Monk, had previously fronted the disco funk band “T.S.Monk” from 1980 to 1982, the band had a #11 R&B hit in 1981 with “Bon Bon Vie (Gimme The Good Life)”.

Eric Mercury was a Canadian singer/songwriter and musician who released a number of soul/funk albums and singles under his own name from 1969 to 1983.

Merc And Monk’s first single from their self-titled album was “Carried Away”, the single was written by Merc And Monk with Ira Antelis and the 12″ single featured remixes by Judy Weinstein and Larry Levan.

Carried Away (Long Version)                         6:52

Carried Away (Dub Version)                          6:00

Carried Away (Short Version)                        3:54

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Listen !

 

 

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One comment on “Merc And Monk ‎– Carried Away (1985)

  1. HI there just recently discovered your blog via fun with vinyl. Not sure where to send dead link notices. Not sure if you check all the comments for old posts so I thought I would ask here. Just wondering if you could please re-up Sheena Easton “No Deposit, No Return” 12″ single. It is the only 12″ single from “The Lover In Me” that I don’t have and would really like to add it to my collection. I did ask for some other re-ups in the comment section but I have found those in other places. Love your blog found some great stuff here. Thanks for sharing your collection!

    Thanks

    Dave

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