Soul And / Or Related Artists


From Florida, U.S.A.

The band featured:

Robert Moore (Lead Vocals)

Freddie Scott (Drums)

Warren Thompson (Guitars)

Andrew Curran (Guitars)

Bobby Williams (Organ)

Willie Jackson (Bass)

George Perry (Bass)


Willie Clarke (Percussion)

Miami were formed by Willie Clarke and featured vocalist Robert Moore.

The group were utilised, on many sessions, by Willie Clarke and Clarence Reid for fellow Miami - based artists, including Little Beaver, George McCrae and Gwen McCrae.

In 1974, their first release 'The Party Freaks' featured the sought after track 'I Can See Through You'. 'Party Freaks' went on to chart in the U.S.A.

1976, brought the album 'Notorious' that contained the, much sought after, 'Kill That Roach'.

This recording introduced strings and a horn section and introduced Jesus Gonzalez into the line-up.

The album 'Miami' (containing a version of Otis Redding's 'I've Been Loving You Too Long') was less well received and the group soon were disbanded.

A 'Best Of' album was released in 1999.

Real Player


The Party Freaks (Drive Records 1974)

Notorious (Drive Records 1976)

Miami (Drive Records 1978)

top of the page

SoulwalkingStart HereThe ArtistsListen Out ForThe ChartBeen MissedRespectReal AudioOpinionNetworkJazz & FusionLinksMotown