Barry White, an icon of ‘lurve’
Music lovers around the world remembers the icon of ‘lurve’ July 4, the anniversary of the day when he left us. A voice, once heard, never forgotten the velvety voice of Barry White does not belong to us. His heavenly voice has the ability to take his listener into a completely different world full of happiness and absolute bliss. Barry White has chosen July 4, the most important day in the history of America to bid farewell to his adoring fans and family – at least you would expect from a man who is larger than life! Barry White died in a Friday morning at Cedars Sinai Hospital in Los Angeles. It ‘a great loss for music lovers around the world and, of course, to his loving family.
That distinctive sound soul, husky growl with the edge of velvety chocolate has influenced many lives since 1970 in advance. He was nicknamed ‘the Walrus of Love’, even if he wanted to be called ‘The Dove of Love’. Gave the world and his fans, ‘lurve’ and referred to women as ‘sir’! Barry White was born in Galveston, Texas, September 12, 1944. He played piano at the age of 11 and recorded under his own name, ‘Barry Lee’, as a member of the group of ‘up front’. He once said in an interview that Elvis Presley was his source of inspiration to pursue a musical career. Barry was behind bars for four months when he grew up in South Park and heard Elvis ‘Now or never />