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Thread: 80's R'n'B/Electro-soul

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    Pretty sure this hasn't been posted

    Classic

    Rainy Davis - Sweetheart


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    A freestyle ditty

    Judy Torres~Love You, Will You Love Me


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    Here is what was in the uk sales charts in february 1980. I'll admit, thin line between disco and funk "R'N'B" but what the heck:




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    And these were in the uk sales charts of March 1980:






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    probably a repost... FLAWLESS production top to bottom

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    Sun's out. Time to bump this thread.

    Tongue 'N' Cheek - Nobody

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    Two good ones from the back end of Alexander O'Meal's (sic) debut. Decent album: one all time classic slow jam, 4 great electro soul and funk jams, and two mediocre tracks. Not a bad return for albums of this stripe.

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    Is this the album with the bizarre almost fake-Peter Gabriel style ballad or is that on another album?

    Edit: It was not!

    Last edited by CrowleyHead; 25-05-2017 at 12:28 PM. Reason: It was not

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    Eugene Wilde - Gotta Get You Home Tonight

    Starting in the 1990s, Wilde found success behind the scenes as a songwriter, having penned "I'll Never Break Your Heart" with Albert Manno for the Backstreet Boys.[5] He co-wrote album track "Dear Diary" with Jason Blume and Britney Spears for Spears's 2000 album, Oops!... I Did It Again.[6] He co-wrote the song "I Wish" with Peter Biker, and Kenneth Karlin and Carsten Schack (who are better known as the Danish production/songwriting duo Soulshock & Karlin)[7] for Victoria Beckham for her 2001 album, Victoria Beckham - which was planned as Beckham's third single, a duet with Robbie Craig, but the release was canceled. The song was in the film Bend It Like Beckham, whose title referenced Victoria's husband, David Beckham.[8]

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