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Lalomie Washburn

b. Lalomie Marion 'Lomie' Washburn, 25th August 1941, North Omaha, Nebraska, U.S.A.

d. 18th September 2004, Los Angeles, California, U.S.A.

Lalomie Washburn was a talented performer and songwriter and had the nickname 'Lomie'.

She was signed to the Parachute label in 1977, where she released her first album, entitled 'My Music Is Hot'.

For the next 20 years she wrote for and collaborated with several major soul acts including Rufus, Stevie Wonder, Paulinho Da Costa and Greg Phillinganes.

Lalomie was also the featured vocalist with the group Hi Voltage during the Eighties.

She was a featured vocalist on Quincy Jones's album 'The Dude' and appeared on Bridgette McWilliams' album 'Too Much Woman'.

In 1992 she released several 12" single, on the Conscious Records imprint, with 'Try My Love' being particularly popular in the U.K.

In 1994, she was a featured vocalist on Misty Oldland's album 'Supernatural'.

In 1997, she released a second solo, self titled, album for the European Soulciety label.

She also worked with Buddy Miles and the singer D.J. Rogers.

Lalomie Washburn died on the 18th of September 2004 from liver cancer.

'Lomie' had been living in the Los Angeles County.

Lalomie Washburn

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My Music Is Hot (Parachute Records 1977)

Lalomie Washburn (Soulciety Records 1997)

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