Frankie Beverly

Frankie Beverly

Real Name:
Howard Beverly
Howard Beverly was born on 6 December 1946 in North Philadelphia. At the age of nine he saw Frankie Lyman and such a profound influence did he have on him he would become known as "Little Frankie".

The first group Frankie joined, at the age of 12, was The Silhouettes, they had a hit single 'Get A Job'. His first band as leader was The Blenders. In 1963 he set up a vocal band called The Butlers and recorded for labels Guyden, Fairmount and Gamble Records.

In 1970 Frankie started a new band called Raw Soul. They'd get their big break when Janice Hunter saw the band and told her fiancé Marvin Gaye about them. Marvin was impressed and they opened for him on his I Want You tour, he persuaded them to change their name and they became Maze.

Maze was signed to Capitol Records in 1977 and would release one classic soul LP after another.
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Frankie Beverly Discography


IMP.175 Various Magic Various - Jazz Vocal Part. 8(Cass, Comp) Imperium (2) IMP.175 Indonesia 1985 Sell This Version
GSCD5Z Various While I'm Alone Various - The Essential Mellow Groove (Comp) Goldmine Soul Supply GSCD5Z UK 1992 Sell This Version
MARSCD2 Various Love (Your Pain Goes Deep) Various - The Cream Of Vintage Soul - Volume 1(3xCD, Comp) Goldmine Soul Supply, Life On Mars MARSCD2 UK 1998 Sell This Version
CB 2007 Various Joy & Pain '99 Various - Club Beats (Series 2 Volume 7)(2xCD, Comp, Promo) CD Pool CB 2007 UK 1999 Sell This Version
none Various Joy And Pain (Live In New Orleans) Various - Karnawałowa Moc Przebojów. The Best Disco(CD, Comp, Promo) EMI Music Poland none Poland 2008 Sell This Version