Richie Rome

Real Name:
Richard V. Di Cicco
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Philadelphia-born producer, arranger and orchestra conductor and songwriter. Active from the 1960s to present, with many productions for Gamble & Huff acts. In collaboration with producer Jacques Morali, he established the disco recording group The Ritchie Family in 1975. Rome's signature style is marked by lush orchestrations, interweaving multidimensional horns and strings to accentuate the sensuality of the compositions. A selection of his projects are African Suite - African Suite (1980), The Chi-Lites - The Fantastic Chi-Lites (1977), Flower (2) - Heat (1979) and, in collaboration with Phil Hurtt, Stanley Turrentine - Disco Dancing (1978).
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Albums

6E-256 Richie Rome - Deep album art Richie Rome Deep (Album) Elektra 6E-256 US 1980 Sell This Version

Singles & EPs

K 12512 Richie Rome - Remember Me album art Richie Rome Remember Me (Single) Elektra K 12512 UK 1980 Sell This Version
E-46612 Richie Rome - Feel album art Richie Rome Feel(7", Single, Promo) Elektra E-46612 US 1980 Sell This Version
101 Richie Rome - Lunarsy/Blues In Orbit album art Richard Rome* Lunarsy/Blues In Orbit(7", Single) Newtown 101 US Unknown Sell This Version
101 Richie Rome - Lunarsy / Old Devil Moon album art Richard Rome* Lunarsy / Old Devil Moon(7") Newtown 101 US Unknown Sell This Version
F-1630-G Richie Rome - Ghost A' Go Go / Soul Searching album art Richard Rome* Ghost A' Go Go / Soul Searching(7", Promo) Fayette F-1630-G US Unknown Sell This Version