Windy City Flip - Netflix

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In Windy City Flip, interior designer Alison Victoria buys and restores old homes in Chicago. During the rehab, she saves one-of-a-kind architectural features while updating the design with her usable luxurious style.

Windy City Flip - Netflix

Type: Reality

Languages: English

Status: Running

Runtime: 60 minutes

Premier: 2017-07-05

Windy City Flip - Five Stairsteps - Netflix

The Five Stairsteps, known as “The First Family of Soul”, were an American Chicago soul group made up of five of Betty and Clarence Burke Sr.'s six children: Alohe Jean, Clarence Jr., James, Dennis, and Kenneth “Keni”, and briefly, Cubie. They are best known for the 1970 song “O-o-h Child”, listed at #402 on Rolling Stone's 500 Greatest Songs of All Time.

Windy City Flip - The Invisible Man's Band - Netflix

In 1978, Clarence, Jr. teamed up with New York-based producer Alex Masucci to form the group The Invisible Man's Band. Not interested in recording without his brothers, Clarence convinced Keni, James, and Dennis, along with keyboardist Dean Gant and drummer Steve Ferrone, to come to New York City's Brill building to record an album under the Invisible Man's Band moniker. The group's self-titled debut, produced by Masucci and Clarence, Jr. and released in 1980 by Mango/Island Records, featured the heavily discofied hit “All Night Thing,” which returned the Burke brothers to the top ten on the R&B chart. The tune also reached

45 on the pop chart. Several other singles were released from this

album throughout 1980, but they could not replicate the success of the first hit. The following year, Clarence, Jr. and Masucci formed Seduction Productions. As the new vehicle for the Invisible Man's Band, they signed a production deal with Boardwalk Records, Neil Bogart's follow up label to Casablanca Records. The group soon released a follow-up album, Really Wanna See You. While the title track and “Rated X” were released as singles, neither track received much promotion, as shortly thereafter, Neil Bogart died and the label was disbanded. While no further full-length albums were released under the “Invisible Man's Band” name, the group later released one final single, “Sunday Afternoon,” on the Move 'N Groove Record Label, a new label formed by Masucci and Clarence, Jr., in 1983.

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