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Wednesday, August 27, 2014

The O'Jays

Collection of The O'Jays

The O'Jays were one of Philadelphia soul's most popular and long-lived outfits, rivaled only by the Spinners as soul's greatest vocal group of the '70s. In their prime, the O'Jays' recordings epitomized the Philly soul sound: smooth, rich harmonies backed by elaborate arrangements, lush strings, and a touch of contemporary funk. They worked extensively with the legendary production/songwriting team of Kenny Gamble and Leon Huff, becoming the flagship artist of the duo's Philadelphia International label. The O'Jays were equally at home singing sweet love ballads or up-tempo dance tunes, the latter of which were often mouthpieces for Gamble & Huff's social concerns. Although the O'Jays couldn't sustain their widespread popularity in the post-disco age, they continued to record steadily all the way up to the present day, modifying their production to keep up with the times.

The O'Jays were formed in 1958 in Canton, OH, where all five original members -- Eddie Levert, Walter Williams, William Powell, Bill Isles, and Bobby Massey -- attended McKinley High School. Inspired to start a singing group after seeing a performance by Frankie Lymon & the Teenagers, they first called themselves the Triumphs, then switched to the Mascots in 1960. The Mascots made their recording debut in 1961 with the single "Miracles," issued on the Cincinnati-based King label. It earned them a fan in the influential Cleveland DJ Eddie O'Jay, who gave them some airplay and career advice; in turn, the group renamed itself the O'Jays in 1963, after having recorded for Apollo Records with producer Don Davis. Under their new name, the O'Jays signed with Imperial and hooked up with producer H.B. Barnum, who would helm their first charting single, 1963's "Lonely Drifter," plus several more singles that followed. Isles left the group in 1965 and was not replaced, leaving them a quartet; late in the year, they released their first-ever album, Comin' Through. In 1967, the O'Jays left Imperial for Bell, where they landed their first Top Ten single on the R&B charts, "I'll Be Sweeter Tomorrow (Than I Was Today)." Discouraged by the difficulty of following that success, the group considered throwing in the towel until it met Gamble & Huff -- then working as a production team for the Neptune label -- in 1968. Gamble & Huff took an interest in the group, and they recorded several successful R&B singles together; however, Neptune folded in 1971, leaving the O'Jays in limbo, and Massey decided to exit the group.

Fortunately, Gamble & Huff formed their own label, Philadelphia International, and made the O'Jays -- now a trio -- one of their first signings. The O'Jays' label debut, Back Stabbers, released in 1972, became a classic landmark of Philly soul, and finally made the group stars; the paranoid title track hit the pop Top Five, and the utopian "Love Train" went all the way to number one (both singles topped the R&B charts). It was the beginning of a remarkable run that produced nearly 30 chart singles over the course of the '70s, plus a series of best-selling albums and a bevy of number one hits on the R&B charts. The O'Jays followed up their breakthrough with another classic LP, Ship Ahoy, in 1973; it featured the number one R&B hit "For the Love of Money," a funky protest number that still ranks as one of their signature songs, as well as the ten-minute title track, an ambitious suite recounting the ocean journeys of African slaves. 1975's Survival was another hit, spinning off the hits "Let Me Make Love to You" and the R&B number one "Give the People What They Want." Family Reunion found the group making concessions to the emerging disco sound, which got them their third Top Five pop hit in "I Love Music, Pt. 1." Unfortunately, William Powell was diagnosed with cancer that year, and although he continued to record with the group for a time (appearing on 1976's Message in Our Music), he was forced to retire from live performing, and passed away on May 26, 1977.

Powell's replacement was Sammy Strain, a 12-year veteran of Little Anthony & the Imperials. The O'Jays regrouped on the albums Travelin' at the Speed of Thought (1977) and So Full of Love (1978), the latter of which produced their final Top Five pop hit, "Use ta Be My Girl." 1979's Identify Yourself began to show signs of wear and tear in the group's successful formula, and often consciously attempted to follow disco trends. Although it sold respectably, it marked the beginning of a decline in the O'Jays' commercial fortunes. Undaunted by the increasingly diminished returns of their early-'80s LPs, the group kept plugging away, and never completely disappeared from the R&B charts. They finally left Philadelphia International and signed with EMI for 1987's Let Me Touch You, which melded their classic sound with up-to-date urban-R&B production. Powered by the Gamble & Huff-penned R&B number one "Lovin' You," as well as the increased visibility of Eddie Levert's sons Gerald and Sean (two-thirds of the hit urban group LeVert), the album gave their career a much-needed shot in the arm. 1989's Serious supplied another big R&B hit in "Have You Had Your Love Today?"; with Nathaniel Best replacing Sammy Strain, 1991's Emotionally Yours and 1993's Heartbreaker also placed very well on the R&B charts. The O'Jays' comeback didn't really extend to the pop side, and didn't attract the sort of critical praise earned by their '70s classics; as the new jack swing craze subsided, so did the group's recording activity, though they remained consistent draws on the live circuit. In 1997, now with Eric Grant joining Levert and Williams, they returned with Love You to Tears. A recording layoff followed, during which the group signed with MCA; they debuted for the label with For the Love..., which was released in 2001. Allmusic by Steve Huey

Album: Back On Top (1968)

01. I'll Be Sweeter Tomorrow
02. I'm So Glad I Found You
03. Going Going Gone
04. That's All Right
05. I Dig Your Act
06. Look Over Your Shoulder
07. You're Too Sweet
08. Just Another Guy
09. Four For The Price Of One
10. Love Is Everywhere
11. Now That I've Found You
12. I'll Be Seeing You
13. The Choice
14. I Miss You

Album: The O'Jays In Philadelphia (1969)

01. One Night Affair
02. You're The Best Thing Since Candy
03. Branded Bad
04. I Should Be Your Lover
05. Looky Looky (Look At Me Girl)
06. Deeper In Love With You
07. Let Me In Your World
08. Just Can't Get Enough
09. I've Got The Groove
10. Medley (Little Green Apples-Something)
11. It's Too Strong

Album: Super Bad (1971)

01. Now He's Home
02. Little Brother
03. Crossroads Of Life
04. La De La
05. Peace
06. Shattered Man
07. Your Turn This Time
08. Just To Be With You
09. Gotta Get My Broom Out
10. Never Can Say Good Bye

Album: Back Stabbers (1972)

01. When the World's at Peace
02. Back Stabbers
03. Who Am I
04. (They Call Me) Mr. Lucky
05. Time to Get Down
06. 992 Arguments
07. Listen to the Clock on the Wall
08. Shiftless, Shady, Jealous Kind of People
09. Sunshine
10. Love Train

Album: Greatest Hits (1972)

01. Lonely Drifter
02. Oh, How You Hurt Me
03. Whip It On Me Baby
04. How Does It Feel
05. Lipstick Traces (On A Cigarette)
06. Stand Tall
07. I Cried My Last Tear
08. Working On Your Case
09. Crack Up Laughing
10. Stand In For Love

Album: Ship Ahoy (1973)

01. Put Your Hands Together
02. Ship Ahoy
03. This Air I Breath
04. You Got Your Hooks In Me
05. For The Love Of Money
06. Now That We Found Love
07. Don't Call Me Brother
08. People Keep Tellin' Me

Album: Live In London (1974)

01. Instrumental Introduction Put You
02. When The World Is at Piece
03. Wildflower
04. Backstabbers
05. Sunshine
06. Love Train

Album: Survival (1975)

01. Give the People What They Want
02. Let Me Make Love to You
03. Survival
04. Where Did We Go Wrong
05. Rich Get Richer
06. How Time Flies
07. What Am I Waiting For
08. Never Break Us Up

Album: Family Reunion (1975)

01. Unity
02. Family Reunion
03. You and Me
04. She's Only a Woman
05. Livin' for the Weekend
06. Stairway to Heaven
07. I Love Music

Album: Message in the Music (1976)

01. Message in Our Music
02. A Prayer
03. Paradise
04. Make a Joyful Noise
05. Desire Me
06. Darlin' Darlin' Baby (Sweet Tender Love)
07. I Swear, I Love No One But You
08. Let Life Flow

Album: Travelin' at the Speed of Thought (1977)

01. Travelin' at the Speed of Thought
02. We're All in This Thing Together
03. So Glad I Got You, Girl
04. Stand Up
05. Those Lies
06. Feelings
07. Work On Me
08. Let's Spend Some Time Together

Album: Collectors' Items (1977)

01. Family Reunion
02. Survival
03. Give The People What They Want
04. Let Me Make Love To You
05. I Love Music
06. Stairway To Heaven
07. Backstabbers
08. For the Love of Money
09. Sunshine
10. You Got Your Hooks In Meme
11. Love Train
12. Livin' For The Weekend
13. Wildflower (Live)
14. Darlin' Darlin' Baby
15. Brand (I Really Miss You)

Album: So Full of Love (1978)

01. Sing My Heart Out
02. Use Ta Be My Girl
03. Cry Together
04. This Time Baby
05. Brandy (I Really Miss You)
06. Take Me to the Stars
07. Help (Somebody Please)
08. Strokety Stroke

Album: Identify Yourself (1979)

01. Sing a Happy Song
02. Get on Out and Party
03. Identify
04. So Nice I Tried It Twice
05. Hurry up and Come Back
06. Forever Mine
07. I Want You Here With Me
08. One in a Million

Album: The Year 2000 (1980)

01. The Year 2000
02. To Prove I Love You
03. You'll Never Know (All There Is to Know 'Bout My Love)
04. You're the Girl of My Dreams (Sho Nuff Real)
05. You Won't Fail
06. Girl, Don't Let It Get You Down
07. The Answer's in You
08. Once Is Not Enough

Album: My Favorite Person (1982)

01. I Just Want to Satisfy You
02. Your Body's Here With Me (But Your Mind's on the Other Side of Town)
03. My Favorite Person
04. One on One
05. I Like to See Us Get Down
06. Your True Heart (And Shining Star)
07. Out in the Real World
08. Don't Walk Away Mad

Album: When Will I See You Again (1983)

01. I Can't Stand The Pain
02. Betcha Don't Know (What Comes After That)
03. When Will I See You Again
04. House Of Fire
05. A Letter To My Friends
06. Put Our Heads Together
07. Ain'T Nothin' Wrong With Good Lovin'
08. Nice And Easy

Album: Love And More (1984)

01. I've Got To Fall In Love
02. Extraordinary Girl
03. I'm The Kind Of Man
04. Everybody's Dance Krazy
05. Summer Fling
06. I Really Need You Now
07. Love You Direct
08. Let Me Show You
09. Give My Love To The Ladies

Album: Love Fever (1985)

01. Can't Slow Down
02. Dollar Bill
03. All Eyes On America
04. Just Another Lonely Night
05. I Wanna Be With You Tonite
06. Love Fever
07. I Love America
08. What A Woman
09. We're Still Together
10. What Good Are These Arms Of Mine

Album: Let Me Touch You (1987)

01. Don't Take Your Love Away
02. Lovin' You
03. True Love Never Dies
04. Still Missing
05. I Just Want Somebody To Love Me
06. Let Me Touch You
07. Undercover Lover
08. No Lies To Cloud My Eyes
09. Don't Let The Dream Get Away
10. Cause I Want You Back Again

Album: Serious (1989)

01. Out Of My Mind
02. Leave It Alone
03. Have You Had Your Love Today
04. Serious Hold On Me
05. Friend Of A Friend
06. Never Been Better
07. Rainbow
08. Fading
09. Pot Can't Cal The Kettle Black

Album: Emotionally Yours (1991)

01. Don't Let Me Down
02. Something For Nothing
03. Emotionally Yours (R&B Version)
04. Respect
05. Keep On Loving Me
06. Love & Trust
07. Don't You Know True Love
08. Emotionally Yours (Gospel Version)
09. That's How Love Is
10. Closer To You
11. If I Find Love Again
12. Keep On Pleasin' Me
13. Lies
14. Make It Feel Good

Album: Heartbreaker (1993)

01. Cryin' The Blues
02. One Wonderful Girl
03. Somebody Else Will
04. Show Me The Right Way
05. Trouble
06. Can't Let You Go
07. Decisions
08. No Can Do
09. Heartbreaker
10. He Loves You

Album: For the Love (2001)

01. Long Distance Lover
02. Let's Ride
03. Don't Break My Heart
04. Put Out The Fire
05. Come Over To My House
06. I'm Ready Now
07. Searching For The Love I Lost
08. I Don't Know
09. Latin Lover
10. Baby Making Love
11. Sounds Like Me
12. [Untitled]

Album: Ultimate Collection (2001)

01. I Love Music
02 Back Stabbers
03. Love Train
04. Put Your Hands Together
05. 992 Arguments
06. When the World's at Peace
07. For the Love of Money
08. Give the People What They Want
09. Survival
10. Time to Get Down
11. Sunshine
12. You Got Your Hooks in Me
13. Let Me Make Love to You
14. Stairway to Heaven
15. Family Reunion
16. Livin' for the Weekend

Album: Imagination (2004)

01. Made It Back
02. Repair Man
03. Make Up
04. Imagination
05. Chauvinistic
05. Separate Ways
07. Why You Wanna Settle For Less
08. Busy Tonight
09. One Good Woman
10. I Would Rather Cry
11. The Christmas Song

Album: Together We Are One (2004)

01. All Eyes On Africa
02. Together We Are One
03. Your Place Or Mine
04. I Know What You're Doing (But I'm Too Scared To Do Something About It)
05. Ruler Of The Universe
06. Pretty Is As Pretty Does (Just Too Pretty For Words)
07. Promises
08. When Sunny Gets Blue
09. Just Don't Seem To Be My Day
10. Packin' My Bags (Movin' On)
11. Hurry Home
12. This Could Be The Last Time

Album: Beautiful Ballads (2006)

01. Let Me Make Love to You
02. Stairway to Heaven
03. Family Reunion
04. Cry Together
05. Sunshine
06. Listen to the Clock on the Wall
07. Who Am I
08. Now That We Found Love
09. You Got Your Hooks in Me
10. I've Got the Groove
11. I Should Be Your Lover
12. Let Me in Your World
13. Emotionally Yours (Live)

Album: The Essential (2008)


01. Lonely Drifter
02. Lipstick Traces (On A Cigarette)
03. Stand In For Love
04. I'll Be Sweeter Tomorrow (Than I Was Today)
05. There's Someone (Waiting Back Home)
06. One Night Affair
07. Deeper (In Love With You)
08. Back Stabbers
09. 992 Arguments
10. Love Train
11. Time To Get Down
12. Put Your Hands Together
13. Sunshine Part 1
14. You Got Your Hooks In Me
15. Now That We Found Love
16. For The Love Of Money
17. Give The People What They Want
18. Survival
19. Let Me Make Love To You
20. I Love Music


01. Livin' For The Weekend
02. Stairway To Heaven
03. Family Reunion
04. Ship Ahoy (Edited Version)
05. Message In Our Music
06. Darlin' Darlin' Baby (Sweet, Tender, Love)
07. The Big Gangster
08. Use Ta Be My Girl
09. Brandy (I Really Miss You)
10. Cry Together
11. Forever Mine
12. Sing A Happy Song
13. Lovin' You
14. Wind Beneath My Wings
15. Emotionally Yours (Gospel Version)


Tuesday, August 26, 2014

The Spinners

Collection of The Spinners

The Spinners were the greatest soul group of the early '70s, creating a body of work that defined the lush, seductive sound of Philly soul. Ironically, the band's roots lay in Detroit, where they formed as a doo wop group during the late '50s. Throughout the '60s, the Spinners tried to land a hit by adapting to the shifting fashions of R&B and pop. By the mid-'60s, they had signed with Motown Records, but the label never gave the group much consideration. "It's a Shame" became a hit in 1970, but the label continued to ignore the group, and dropped the band two years later. Unsigned and featuring new lead singer Phillipe Wynne, the Spinners seemed destined to never break into the big leagues, but they managed to sign with Atlantic Records, where they began working with producer Thom Bell. With his assistance, the Spinners developed a distinctive sound, one that relied on Wynne's breathtaking falsetto and the group's intricate vocal harmonies. Bell provided the group with an appropriately detailed production, creating a detailed web of horns, strings, backing vocals, and lightly funky rhythms. Between 1972 and 1977, the Spinners and Bell recorded a number of soul classics, including "I'll Be Around," "Could It Be I'm Fallin in Love," "Mighty Love," "Ghetto Child," "Then Came You," "Games People Play," and "The Rubberband Man." Wynne left in 1977 and the Spinners had hits for a few years after his departure, but the group will always be remembered for its classic mid-'70s work.

Originally, called the Domingoes, the Spinners formed when the quintet were high school students in the Detroit suburb of Ferndale in 1957. At the time, the group featured Bobbie Smith, Pervis Jackson, George W. Dixon, Billy Henderson, and Henry Fambrough. Four years later, they came to the attention of producer Harvey Fuqua, who began recording the group -- who were now called the Spinners -- for his Tri-Phi Records. The band's first single, "That's What Girls Are Made For," became a Top Ten R&B hit upon its 1961 release and featured Smith on vocals. Following its release, Dixon was replaced by Edgar "Chico" Edwards. Over the next few years, the group released a series of failed singles, and when Tri-Phi was bought out by Motown in the mid-'60s, the Spinners became part of the larger company's roster. By that time, Edwards had been replaced by G.C. Cameron.

Though the Spinners had some R&B hits at Motown during the late '60s, including "I'll Always Love You" and "Truly Yours," they didn't have a genuine crossover success until 1970, when Stevie Wonder gave the group "It's a Shame." Motown never concentrated on the Spinners, and they let the group go in 1972. Before the band signed with Atlantic Records, Phillipe Wynne replaced Cameron as the group's lead vocalist. Wynne had previously sung with Catfish and Bootsy Collins.

At Atlantic Records, the Spinners worked with producer Thom Bell, who gave the group a lush, seductive sound, complete with sighing strings, a tight rhythm section, sultry horns, and a slight funk underpinning. Wynne quickly emerged as a first-rate soul singer, and the combination of the group's harmonies, Wynne's soaring leads, and Bell's meticulous production made the Spinners the most popular soul group of the '70s. Once the group signed with Atlantic, they became a veritable hit machine, topping the R&B and pop charts with songs like "I'll Be Around," "Could It Be I'm Falling in Love," "One of a Kind (Love Affair)," "Ghetto Child," "Rubberband Man," and "You're Throwing a Good Love Away." Not only were their singles hits, but their albums constantly went gold and charted in the Top 20.

Wynne left the band to pursue a solo career in 1977; he was replaced by John Edwards. Though none of Wynne's solo records were big hits, his tours with Parliament-Funkadelic were well-received, as were his solo concerts. In October 1984, he died of a heart attack during a concert in Oakland, CA. The Spinners, meanwhile, had a number of minor hits in the late '70s, highlighted by their disco covers of "Working My Way Back to You" and the medley "Cupid/I've Loved You for a Long Time." During the early '80s, they had several minor hits before fading away from the charts and entering the oldies circuit, reprising their earlier material for 1999's new studio effort At Their Best.

Album: 2nd Time Around (1970)

01. It's A Shame
02. I've Got To Find Myself A Brand New Baby
03. Together We Can Make Such Sweet Music
04. Bad,Bad Weather (Till You Come Home)
05. Pay Them No Mind
06. My Lady Love
07. Souly Ghost
08. O-O-H Child
09. In My Diary
10. My Whole Would Ended (The Moment You Left Me)
11. (She's Gonna Love Me) At Sundown
12. I Can Sing A Rainbow Love Is Blue

Album: Spinners (1973)

01. Just Can't Get You Out of My Mind
02. Just You and Me Baby
03. Don't Let the Green Grass Fool You
04. I Could Never (Repay Your Love)
05. I'll Be Around
06. One of a Kind (Love Affair)
07. We Belong Together
08. Ghetto Child
09. How Could I Let You Get Away
10. Could It Be I'm Falling in Love

Album: Mighty Love (1974)

01. Since I Been Gone
02. Ain't No Price on Happiness
03. I'm Glad You Walked into My Life
04. I'm Coming Home
05. He'll Never Love You Like I Do
06. Love Has Gone Away
07. Love Don't Love Nobody
08. Mighty Love

Album: New & Improved (1974)

01. Sitting on Top of the World
02. Smile, We Have Each Other
03. Then Came You
04. There's No One Like You
05. Living a Little, Laughing a Little
06. Sadie
07. Lazy Susan
08. I've Got to Make It on My Own

Album: Pick of the Litter (1975)

01. Honest I Do
02. I Don't Want to Lose You
03. Love or Leave
04. Sweet Love of Mine
05. All That Glitters Ain't Gold
06. You Made a Promise to Me
07. They Just Can't Stop It (The Games People Play)
08. Just as Long as We Have Love

Album: Live (1975)

01. Fascinating Rhythm
02. I've Got To Make It On My Own
03. Living A Little, Laughing A Little
04. One Of A Kind (Love Affair)
05. Then Came You
06. Sadie
07. How Could I Let You Get Away
08. Could It Be I'm Falling In Love
09. (Superstar Medley) It's Not Unusual~Don't Mess With Bill~Paper Doll~Stop..
10. Love Don't Love Nobody
11. Mighty Love

Album: Happiness Is Being With The Spinners (1976)

01. Now That We're Together
02. You're All I Need In Life
03. If You Can't Be In Love
04. The Rubberband Man
05. Toni My Love
06. Four Hands In The Fire
07. The Clown
08. Wake Up Susan

Album: Yesterday, Today, & Tomorrow (1977)

01. Me And My Music
02. I Found Love (When I Found You)
03. I'm Riding Your Shadow (Down To Love)
04. You're The Love Of My Life
05. I Must Be Living For A Broken Heart
06. Honey, I'm In Love With You
07. Just To Be With You
08. You're Throwing A Good Time Away

Album: 8 (1977)

01. I'm Gonna Getcha
02. I'm Tired Of Giving
03. Painted Magic
04. You Got The Love That I Need
05. Heaven On Earth (So Fine)
06. Back In The Arms Of Love
07. (Love Is) One Step Away
08. Easy Come, Easy Go
09. Baby I Need Your Love (You're The Only One)

Album: The Best of the Spinners (1978)

01. I'll Be Around
02. How Could I Let You Get Away
03. One of a Kind (Love Affair)
04. Mighty Love
05. Ghetto Child
06. Then Came You
07. Sadie
08. Could It Be I'm Falling in Love
09. They Just Can't Stop It (The Games People Play)
10. Rubberband Man

Album: From Here to Eternally (1979)

01. It's A Natural Affair
02. Don't Let The Man Get You
03. (A) Plain And Simple Love Song
04. Are You Ready For Love
05. I Love The Music
06. One Man Wonderful Band
07. If You Wanna Do A Dance (All Night)
08. Once You Fall In Love

Album: Dancing and Loving (1979)

01. Disco Ride
02. Body Language
03. Let's Boogie, Let's Dance
04. Medley - Working My Way Back To You Forgive Me Girl
05. With My Eyes
06. One, One, Two, Two, Boogie Woogie Avenue (Home Of The Boogie, House Of The Funk)

Album: Love Trippin (1980)

01. Love Trippin'
02. Heavy on the Sunshine
03. Medley Cupid, I've Loved Your for a Long Time
04. I Just Want to Be with You
05. Streetwise
06. I Just Want to Fall in Love
07. Now That You're Mine Again
08. Split Decision
09. I'm Takin' You Back
10. Pipedream

Album: Labor Of Love (1981)

01. Long Live Soul Music
02. Standing On The Rock
03. Nothing Remains The Same (Medley)
04. Almost All The Way To Love
05. The Winter Of Our Love
06. Be My Love
07. Give Your Lady What She Wants
08. A Man Just Don't Know What A Woman Goes Through
09. The Deacon

Album: Can't Shake This Feelin' (1981)

01. Can't Shake This Feeling
02. Knack For Me
03. You Go Your Way (I'll Go Mine)
04. Love Connection (Raise The Window)
05. Never Thought I'd Fall In Love
06. Didn't I Blow Your Mind
07. Send A Little Love
08. Love Is Such A Crazy Feeling
09. Got To Be Love

Album: Grand Slam (1982)

01. City Full Of Memories
02. Magic In The Moonlight
03. If I Knew
04. I'm Calling You
05. So Far Away
06. Just Let Love In
07. Funny How Time Slips Away
08. Lover Boy
09. No Other Love

Album: Cross Fire (1984)

01. Two Of A Kind
02. Right Or Wrong
03. (We Have Come Into) Our Time For Love
04. Cross Fire
05. Keep On Keepin' On
06. Not Just Another Lover
07. Love Is In Season
08. All Your Love
09. Secrets

Album: Lovin' Feeling (1985)

01. Put Us Together Again
02. I Found An Angel
03. You're Number One
04. She Does
05. That's What Girls Are Made For
06. More Today Than Yesterday
07. The Witness
08. Two Can Be One
09. Show Me Your Magic

Album: Down to Business (1989)

01. I'm Happy Baby
02. We Got Business
03. Heal Me
04. So Hard To Let You Go
05. I Wanna Love You Forever
06. My Lady Is My Best Friend
07. We Dance To Love Songs
08. Can I Depend On You
09. Memories Of Allison
10. Time Can Do Magic

Album: A One Of A Kind Love Affair - The Anthology (1991)


01. That's What Girls Are Made For
02. I'll Always Love You
03. It's A Shame
04. (Oh Lord) I Wish I Could Sleep
05. How Could I Let You Get Away
06. I'll Be Around
07. Could It Be I'm Falling In Love
08. One Of A Kind (Love Affair)
09. Don't Let The Green Grass Fool You
10. Ghetto Child
11. Mighty Love
12. I'm Coming Home
13. He'll Never Love You Like I Do
14. Love Don't Love Nobody
15. Then Came You
16. Living A Little, Laughing A Little
17. Sadie


01. Games People Play
02. I Don't Want To Lose You
03. Honest I Do
04. Love Or Leave
05. Sweet Love Of Mine
06. How Could I Let You Get Away [Live]
07. Wake Up Susan
08. The Rubberband Man
09. Me And My Music
10. You're Throwing Good Love Away
11. Heaven On Earth (So Fine)
12. Working My Way Back To You-Forgive Me, Girl
13. Funny How Time Slips Away

Album: The Essentials (2002)

01. I'll Be Around
02. How Could I Let You Get Away
03. Could It Be I'm Falling In Love
04. One Of A Kind (Love Affair)
05. Ghetto Child
06. Mighty Love (Part 1)
07. Then Came You
08. Love Don't Love Nobody (Part 1)
09. Games People Play
10. The Rubberband Man
11. Working My Way Back To You - Forgive Me Girl
12. Cupid - I've Loved You For A Long Time

Album: The Definitive Soul Collection (2006)


01. It's A Shame
02. I'll Be Around
03. How Could I Let You Get Away
04. Could It Be I'm Falling In Love
05. I Could Never (Repay Your Love)
06. One Of A Kind (Love Affair)
07. Don't Let The Green Grass Fool You
08. Ghetto Child
09. Mighty Love
10. I'm Coming Home
11. Then Came You
12. Love Don't Love Nobody
13. Since I Been Gone
14. I've Got To Make It On My Own
15. Living A Little, Laughing A Little


01. They Just Can't Stop It (The Games People Play)
02. Sadie
03. I Don't Want To Lose You
04. Love Or Leave
05. Honest I Do
06. Wake Up Susan
07. Rubberband Man
08. You're Throwing A Good Love Away
09. Me And My Music
10. Heaven On Earth (So Fine)
11. Easy Come Easy Go
12. If You Wanna Do A Dance (All Night)
13. Are You Ready For Love
14. Working My Way Back To You - Forgive Me Girl
15. Cupid - I've Loved You For A Long Time


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