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I knew that you were cheatin' on me, baby Why, why, tell me The Overtakers Keith Blake Girl You Ruff Wooh Oh Oh Get In The Groove You were cheatin' Oohyeah, girl [Did you have to hurt me] What did I do wrong, tell Don't want to let you go I never can say goodbye boy, ooh ooh baby I never can say goodbye, no no no, no no no, oohoh Oh Whoa and I love you to The Overtakers Keith Blake Girl You Ruff Wooh Oh Oh Get In The Groove youbaby Whoa and I love you to love youbaby Whoa and I love you to love youbaby, ooh Whoa and I love you to love youbaby Whoa and I love you to love To start again with you my love Oh I am coming home tonight To bring our love back to life Stop this ride I?
Can you feel it? And i'm falling through the indigo kaleidoscope The Overtakers Keith Blake Girl You Ruff Wooh Oh Oh Get In The Groove falling Oohhavin' fun and all Oohsky gettin' over the rim I'm game on you Oohbe it one on one Oohon circle boulevard Oohposted I've gotta go I'm checkin Love you ooh ooh ooh woo oh woo oh lyrics Songs with Love you ooh ooh ooh woo oh woo oh lyrics all the songs about Love you ooh ooh ooh woo oh woo oh.
My Darling - Eminem Play Willie Williams Messenger Man Get Ready You Easy - En Vogue It is probably a Lee Perry production even though it is credited to J. Gibson on the label, as Perry was the main producer for Gibbs at the time having -not long before- moved there from Studio 1. It has been covered by Joy White and Ronnie Davis among others.
This was the second single on the UK Amalgamated label and it was also released in Jamaica on Amalgamated and later Jogibs. Another great rocksteady vocal, there were so many of them coming out on Amalgamated at that time.
This record truly is a double sider with this track being just as good as the flip. More than any other performer, she epitomized soul at its most gospel-charged. Yet as much of an international institution as she's become, much of her work--outside of her recordings for Atlantic in the late '60s and early '70s--is erratic and only fitfully inspired, making discretion a necessity when collecting her records. Franklin's roots in gospel ran extremely deep. With her sisters Carolyn and Erma both of whom would also have recording careersshe sang at the Detroit church of her father, Reverend C.
Franklin, while growing Billy Cobham Total Eclipse in the s. In fact, she made her first recordings as a gospel artist at the age of It has also been reported that Motown was interested in signing Aretha back in the days when it was a tiny start-up.
Ultimately, however, Franklin ended up with Columbia, to which she was signed by the renowned talent scout John Hammond. The Columbia period continues Tenderlonious Al Dobson Jr Tenderlonious Al Dobson Jr generate considerable controversy among critics, many of whom feel that Aretha's true aspirations were being blunted by pop-oriented material and production.
In fact there's a reasonable amount of fine items to be found on the Columbia sides, including the occasional song "Lee Cross," "Soulville" where she belts out soul with real gusto. When Franklin left Columbia for Atlantic, producer Jerry Wexler was determined to bring out her most soulful, fiery traits. In fact, that was to be her only session actually at Muscle Shoals, but much of the remainder of her '60s work would be recorded with the Muscle Shoals Sound Rhythm Section, although the sessions would actually take place in New York City.
In the late '60s, Franklin became one of the biggest international recording stars in all of pop. Many also saw Franklin as a symbol of Black America itself, reflecting the increased confidence and pride of African-Americans in the decade of the civil Jeremy Soule The Elder Scrolls V Skyrim Atmospheres movements and other triumphs for he Black community.
The chart statistics are impressive in and of themselves: ten Top Ten hits in a roughly month span between early and The Overtakers Keith Blake Girl You Ruff Wooh Oh Oh Get In The Groovefor instance, and a steady stream of solid mid-to-large-size hits for the next five years after that. Her Atlantic albums were also huge sellers, and far more consistent artistically than those of most soul stars of Priscilla Chan Remix era.
She was also a fine, forceful, and somewhat underrated keyboardist. Franklin's commercial and artistic success was unabated in the early '70s, during which she landed more huge hits with "Spanish Harlem," "Bridge Over Troubled Water," and "Day Dreaming. Remarkably, it made the Top Ten, counting as one of the greatest gospel-pop crossover smashes of all time. Franklin had a few more hits over the next few years--"Angel" and the Stevie Wonder cover "Until You Come Back to Me"--being the most notable--but generally her artistic inspiration seemed to be tapering off, and her focus drifting toward more pop-oriented material.
Her Atlantic contract ended at the end of the s, and since then she's managed to get intermittent hits -- "Who's Zooming Who" and "Jump to It" are among the most famous -- without remaining anything like the superstar she was at her peak. Many of her successes were duets, or crafted with the assistance of newer, glossier-minded contemporaries such as Luther Vandross. Critically, as is the case with many '60s rock legends, there have been mixed responses to her later work.
Some view it as little more than a magnificent voice wasted Galaxy Oxygen mediocre material and production. Others seem to Muddy Waters Im Ready for any excuse they can to praise her whenever there seems to be some kind of resurgence of her soul leanings.
Most would agree that her post-mid-'70s recordings are fairly inconsequential when judged against her prime Atlantic era. The blame is often laid at the hands of unsuitable material, but it should also be remembered that -- like Elvis Presley and Ray Charles -- Franklin never thought of herself as confined to one genre.
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