independent and unofficial
Prince fan community site
Sun 22nd Jul 2018 8:47pm
Welcome! Sign up or enter username and password to remember me
Forum jump
Forums > Music: Non-Prince > Reissue Talk #34
« Previous topic  Next topic »
Page 1 of 2 12>
  New topic   Printable     (Log in to 'subscribe' to this topic)
Author

Tweet     Share

Message
Thread started 05/15/18 2:15pm

getxxxx

avatar

Reissue Talk #34

Universal Japan is releasing some r&b titles

https://www.deepdiscount....amp;mod=AP

Nick Ashford was someone I greatly admired, had the honor of knowing, and was the real-life inspiration for Cowboy Curtis' hair. RIP Nick. - Pee Wee Herman
  - E-mail - orgNote - Report post to moderator
Reply #1 posted 05/16/18 8:39am

kitbradley

avatar

bored2 I don't get why labels keep reissuing the same titles over and over again while there are still so many that have been OOP for decades or never had a CD release.

"It's not nice to fuck with K.B.! All you haters will see!" - Kitbradley
  - E-mail - orgNote - Report post to moderator
Reply #2 posted 05/16/18 5:31pm

getxxxx

avatar

i feel ya Kit but im sure it has to do with rights reverting back to the artists. I missed out on Cameo Alligator Woman and DeBarge Rhythm of the Night. So I am getting those asap. BBR has been quiet on the reissue tip lately also

Nick Ashford was someone I greatly admired, had the honor of knowing, and was the real-life inspiration for Cowboy Curtis' hair. RIP Nick. - Pee Wee Herman
  - E-mail - orgNote - Report post to moderator
Reply #3 posted 05/16/18 9:31pm

SoulAlive

getxxxx said:

Universal Japan is releasing some r&b titles



https://www.deepdiscount....amp;mod=AP




Nice! I’m gonna order Cameo’s ‘Alligator Woman’ CD,which wasn’t always easy to find in the past.I’ll grab a few of those Donna Summer titles,too.
  - E-mail - orgNote - Report post to moderator
Reply #4 posted 05/17/18 6:57am

SoulConservato
r

kitbradley said:

bored2 I don't get why labels keep reissuing the same titles over and over again while there are still so many that have been OOP for decades or never had a CD release.

The reason the same titles are reissued over and over in the Japanese market is because it's a cheap way to grab some cash. All Universal have to do is pull the previous tape transfers (These titles are rarely remasters, if anything is done to the audio at all it's generally a volume increase only) and artwork and churn out a few hundred copies. These are usually snapped up quickly because the previous reissues have been out of print for a few years and are fetching high prices in the secondhand market. You will occasionally see a title that hasn't been on CD before but not often. Too much effort and cost would be involved to locate masters, bake the tapes and pay an engineer to do the transfer when they can simply put out a title already in their digital archives. In the last 10 years a number of reissue labels (FTG, BBR, Soulmusic.com, Expansion etc.) have paid the major labels licensing fees and incurred the cost of digitising their catalogs for them. I notice Sony Japan are starting to reissue these reissues (This has happened with a number of FTG titles) with identical tracklists even down to the bonus tracks. Unfortunately there's not much motivation for them to give us something that hasn't been out yet.

[Edited 5/17/18 7:00am]

  - E-mail - orgNote - Report post to moderator
Reply #5 posted 05/17/18 7:00am

SoulConservato
r

getxxxx said:

i feel ya Kit but im sure it has to do with rights reverting back to the artists. I missed out on Cameo Alligator Woman and DeBarge Rhythm of the Night. So I am getting those asap. BBR has been quiet on the reissue tip lately also

Which rights have reverted back to the artists? Universal have so aggressively acquired labels over the years that I'd be very surprised if they handed anything back to an artist.

  - E-mail - orgNote - Report post to moderator
Reply #6 posted 05/17/18 9:29am

kitbradley

avatar

SoulConservator said:

kitbradley said:

bored2 I don't get why labels keep reissuing the same titles over and over again while there are still so many that have been OOP for decades or never had a CD release.

The reason the same titles are reissued over and over in the Japanese market is because it's a cheap way to grab some cash. All Universal have to do is pull the previous tape transfers (These titles are rarely remasters, if anything is done to the audio at all it's generally a volume increase only) and artwork and churn out a few hundred copies. These are usually snapped up quickly because the previous reissues have been out of print for a few years and are fetching high prices in the secondhand market. You will occasionally see a title that hasn't been on CD before but not often. Too much effort and cost would be involved to locate masters, bake the tapes and pay an engineer to do the transfer when they can simply put out a title already in their digital archives. In the last 10 years a number of reissue labels (FTG, BBR, Soulmusic.com, Expansion etc.) have paid the major labels licensing fees and incurred the cost of digitising their catalogs for them. I notice Sony Japan are starting to reissue these reissues (This has happened with a number of FTG titles) with identical tracklists even down to the bonus tracks. Unfortunately there's not much motivation for them to give us something that hasn't been out yet.

[Edited 5/17/18 7:00am]

The only title I noticed in this latest batch that has never properly been released on CD before is Atlantic Starr's "Radiant". It was released as a vinyl rip a few years ago by Vinyl Masterpieces. I hope Universal will use the master tapes for this one and not give us the same piece of garbage that came from Vinyl Masterpieces.

"It's not nice to fuck with K.B.! All you haters will see!" - Kitbradley
  - E-mail - orgNote - Report post to moderator
Reply #7 posted 05/17/18 11:52am

getxxxx

avatar

SoulAlive said:

getxxxx said:

Universal Japan is releasing some r&b titles

https://www.deepdiscount....amp;mod=AP

Nice! I’m gonna order Cameo’s ‘Alligator Woman’ CD,which wasn’t always easy to find in the past.I’ll grab a few of those Donna Summer titles,too.

Soul you can grab that one from Walmart its on there site this version 14.99 f

Nick Ashford was someone I greatly admired, had the honor of knowing, and was the real-life inspiration for Cowboy Curtis' hair. RIP Nick. - Pee Wee Herman
  - E-mail - orgNote - Report post to moderator
Reply #8 posted 05/17/18 2:19pm

SoulAlive

thumbs up!

  - E-mail - orgNote - Report post to moderator
Reply #9 posted 05/26/18 3:46pm

getxxxx

avatar

Image

Description
Robinsongs are delighted to announce three fantastic Lakeside albums on a Double CD release, “Your Wish Is My Command”, “Keep On Moving Straight Ahead” and “Untouchables” plus bonus tracks.

Lakeside were described as “The Rolling Stones Of Funk” by lead vocalist Thomas Shelby in a recent interview with Funk Chronicles, “We didn’t have a ton of major hits, but nobody wanted to come on after us”. But the hits they did have all became funk anthems.

“Your Wish Is My Command” was originally released in1981 and featured the Top 5 R&B Hit ‘I Want To Hold Your Hand’, a cover of The Beatles classic, and the single ‘Something About That Woman’.

“Keep On Moving Straight Ahead” featured ‘We Want You (On The Floor)’ and the 7” single version is also available as a bonus track on this package.

Disc Two features the “Untouchable” album and features the Top 10 R&B Hit ‘Raid’ and again the 7” version is available as a bonus track. The album also included ‘Turn The Music Up’.

Also available on Robinsongs is a Double CD release of three other fantastic Lakeside albums “Shot Of Love”, “Rough Riders” and “Fantastic Voyage” plus bonus tracks.

Package contains sleeve notes by Christian John Wikane a New York based writer and music essayist and contributing editor for PopMatters.

Tracklist
[CD1]
Your Wish Is My Command:
1. Your Wish Is My Command
2. Something About That Woman
3. I Want To Hold Your Hand
4. Special
5. Magic Moments
6. The Urban Man
7. I’ll Be Standing By
8. The Songwriter
Keep On Moving Straight Ahead:
9. Keep On Moving Straight Ahead
10. It’s You
11. Be My Lady
12. It’s Got To Be Love
13. We Want You (On The Floor)
14. Back Together Again
15. Anything For You

[CD2]
Keep On Moving Straight Ahead (Cont.):
1. All For You
Untouchables:
2. Raid
3. Turn The Music Up
4. So Let’s Love
5. Real Love
6. Alibi
7. Untouchable
8. Tinsel Town Theory (A.K.A. The Hollywood Story)
9. Let’s Love (Reprise)
Bonus Tracks:
10. Keep On Moving Straight Ahead (12” Version)
11. We Want You On The Floor (7” Single Version)
12. Raid (7” Single Version)
13. Turn The Music Up (Instrumental Dub)
14. Turn The Music Up (7” Single Version)
Nick Ashford was someone I greatly admired, had the honor of knowing, and was the real-life inspiration for Cowboy Curtis' hair. RIP Nick. - Pee Wee Herman
  - E-mail - orgNote - Report post to moderator
Reply #10 posted 05/26/18 3:46pm

getxxxx

avatar



Description
Robinsongs is very proud to announce the release of three Whispers albums: “One For The Money”, “Open Up Your Love” and “Headlights” on a double CD.

The “One For The Money” album was originally released in 1976 on the Soul Train Label, and featured the R&B Top Ten Hit of the same name and the follow up single ‘Living Together (In Sin)’, which just missed the R&B Top Twenty. This package also includes the 7” versions of the tracks ‘You’re Only As Good As You Think You Are’ and ‘Sounds Like A Love Song’ as bonus tracks on disc two.

Following up the “One For The Money” album was the 1977 release “Open Up Your Love”, also released on the Soul Train label. It kicked off with a soulful cover of Bread’s ‘Make It With You’, which gave the group another R&B Top Ten Hit. Other stand out tracks on “Open Up Your Love” are ‘Chocolate Girl’ and ‘I Fell In Love Last Night (At The Disco)’.

The third album in this package is “Headlights” originally released in 1978 this time on Solar Records, Again, the album included a R&B Top Ten Hit ‘(Let’s Go) All The Way’ and, just missing out on the Top Ten, ‘(Olivia) Lost And Turned Out’. Probably the best track on the album is ‘The Planets Of Life’ which was not released as a single; if you don’t know this track you really need to check it out!

This package features sleeve notes by Christian John Wikane, a New York based music journalist who interviewed Walter Scott of The Whispers, who described these three albums as the exciting new phase of The Whispers’ career: “The early days of Solar Records were just incredible.”

Tracklist
[CD1]
One For The Money:
1. One For The Money
2. Living Together (In Sin)
3. Put Me In The News
4. You’re Only As Good As You Think You Are
5. Sounds Like A Love Song
6. I’ve Got A Feeling
7. In My Heart
Open Up Your Love:
8. Make It With You
9. Chocolate Girl
10. Love Is A Dream
11. Open Up Your Love
12. I Fell In Love Last Night (At The Disco)
13. You Are Number One
14. You Never Miss Your Water (‘Til Your Well Runs Dry)
15. I’m Gonna Make You My Wife

[CD2]
Headlights:
1. Headlights
2. (Olivia) Lost And Turned Out
3. (Let’s Go) All The Way
4. (You’re A) Special Part Of My Life
5. The Planets Of Life
6. Try And Make It Better
7. Disco Melody
8. Children Of Tomorrow
Bonus Tracks:
9. You’re Only As Good As You Think You Are (7” Version)
10. Sounds Like A Love Song (7” Version)
Nick Ashford was someone I greatly admired, had the honor of knowing, and was the real-life inspiration for Cowboy Curtis' hair. RIP Nick. - Pee Wee Herman
  - E-mail - orgNote - Report post to moderator
Reply #11 posted 05/26/18 3:47pm

getxxxx

avatar

Image

Description
As part of its best-selling anthology series, SoulMusic Records is very proud to present “Don’t Let It Go To Your Head,” a sumptuous 2-CD by the inimitable Jean Carne, one of the most consistently popular international song stylists in the world of soul-n-jazz.

Focused on her four-album tenure with Philadelphia International Records (1976-1981), this musically satisfying collection (compiled by SoulMusic.com founder David Nathan, who has been interviewing the soulful songstress since 1977 and provided stellar liner notes with extensive quotes from a 2018 interview with Jean herself) includes Jean’s much-loved dance classics, the set’s title cut and 12” single versions of the perennial ‘Was That All It Was’ and ‘What’s On Your Mind’ (making its worldwide CD debut).

In addition to key PIR album cuts, standouts include Jean’s unforgettable full version of The Spinners’ classic ‘Love Don’t Love Nobody’, the Eddie Levert-produced ‘My Love Don’t Come Easy’, and essential staples of Jean’s live repertoire (‘If You Wanna Go Back’, ‘Free Love’ and ‘We Got Some Catchin’ Up To Do’).

Other highlights include Jean’s take on the Philly classic ‘If You Don’t Know Me By Now’ (from Jean’s sole 1982 Motown set along with her version of Minnie Riperton’s ‘Completeness’); a plethora of guest duets – the US top 20 R&B hits ‘I’m Back For More’ (with Al Johnson) and the timeless ‘Valentine Love’ (with Michael Henderson) – alongside tracks with Dexter Wansel, Norman Connors, Roy Ayers and Grover Washington, Jr.

Georgia-born Jean’s recording career got its start on the first couple of albums by Earth, Wind & Fire and three famed early ‘70s jazz LPs with (ex-husband) Doug Carn. The fiveoctave vocalist began her association with drummer Norman Connors in 1974 and by the early ‘80s, Jean’s first performances in the UK created a love affair with European audiences that continues to this day.

With first-class mastering by Nick Robbins and great artwork by Roger Williams, “Don’t Let It Go To Your Head – The Anthology” is a remarkable testament to the timeless artistry of this soulful supernova.

Tracklist
[CD1: Was That All It Was]
1. Free Love
2. No Laughing Matter
3. If You Wanna Go Back
4. Time Waits For No One
5. There’s A Shortage Of Good Men
6. (No, No) You Can’t Come Back Now
8. I Bet She Won’t Love You Like I Do
9. Don’t Let It Go To Your Head
10. Was That All It Was (12” Single Version)
11. What’s On Your Mind (12” Single Version)
12. My Love Don’t Come Easy
13. Lonely Girl In A Cold Cold World
14. Bet Your Lucky Star
15. Sweet And Wonderful – duet with Glenn Jones
16. We Got Some Catchin’ Up To Do
17. I’m Back For More – Al Johnson with Jean Carne

[CD2: If You Don’t Know Me By Now]
1. When I Find You Love
2. Love (Makes Me Do Foolish Things)
3. Love Don’t Love Nobody
4. If You Don’t Know Me By Now
5. Completeness
6. Dreams Of Tomorrow – Dexter Wansel featuring Jean Carne
7. Mystic Stranger
8. Revelation/Infant Eyes
9. Together Once Again
10. Love Is Beautiful (When It’s Right) – Universe featuring Dexter Wansel and Jean Carne
11. Love’s In Your Corner – Norman Connors featuring Derrick Hughes & Jean Carn
12. You Might Be Surprised – Roy Ayers featuring Jean Carne
13. Keep In Touch – Grover Washington Jr featuring Jean Carne
14. The Look Of Love – Grover Washington Jr featuring Jean Carne
15. Dindi – Norman Connors featuring Jean Carne
16. Valentine Love – Norman Connors featuring Jean Carne & Michael Henderson
Nick Ashford was someone I greatly admired, had the honor of knowing, and was the real-life inspiration for Cowboy Curtis' hair. RIP Nick. - Pee Wee Herman
  - E-mail - orgNote - Report post to moderator
Reply #12 posted 05/26/18 3:48pm

getxxxx

avatar

Image

Description
When Peabo Bryson and Roberta Flack teamed up in 1983 to record the Capitol album BORN TO LOVE, the pair had already experienced success as a duo thanks to the 1980 LP, Live & More (a Top 10 R&B best-selling album). By the time they headed into the studio to cut BORN TO LOVE, Bryson was six years into his recording career and had established himself as one of the premier black male vocalists of the day; Flack was already considered an internationally-renowned artist thanks to classic recordings such as ‘The First Time Ever I Saw Your Face’ and ‘Killing Me Softly With His Song.’

With tracks produced by songwriters Michael Masser, Bob Crewe and Bryson himself, BORN TO LOVE achieved gold status in the US as well as becoming both artists’ highest-charting international success. The impact of the now-classic single, ‘Tonight, I Celebrate My Love’ (co written by Masser, then known for songs such as Diana Ross’ ‘Touch Me In The Morning’ and Natalie Cole’s ‘Someone That I Used To Love’ and Gerry Goffin) was global, reaching No. 2 on the UK charts, No. 10 in Australia, No. 4 in Canada and No. 16 in the US).

The album also included two other charted singles, ‘Maybe’ and ‘You’re Looking Like Love To Me’ while ‘Heaven Above Me’ got radio and club play in the UK.This 2013 expanded edition of BORN TO LOVE includes three bonus tracks along with liner notes by Billboard Senior Editor, Gail Mitchell with new quotes from Roberta Flack.

Tracklist
1. Tonight I Celebrate My Love
2. Blame It On Me
3. Heaven Above Me
4. Born To Love
5. Maybe
6. I Just Came Here To Dance
7. Comin’ Alive
8. You’re Lookin’ Like Love To Me
9. Can We Find Love Again
Bonus Tracks:
10. You’re Looking Like Love To Me (US Capitol single B-5307)
11. Heaven Above Me (UK Capitol 12” single 12CL 310)
12. Heaven Above Me (UK Capitol 7” single CL 310)
Nick Ashford was someone I greatly admired, had the honor of knowing, and was the real-life inspiration for Cowboy Curtis' hair. RIP Nick. - Pee Wee Herman
  - E-mail - orgNote - Report post to moderator
Reply #13 posted 05/26/18 3:48pm

getxxxx

avatar

Image

Description
L.T.D. (Love, Togetherness, Devotion), a ten-piece band from North Carolina that featured Jeffrey Osborne on lead vocals, came to prominence in the early 70’s and Robinsongs are proud to bring you four of their greatest albums in one double CD package.

Disc One brings you the “Something To Love” and “Togetherness” albums which include the smash gold disc awarded single ‘(Every Time I Turn Around) Back In Love Again’ a #1 R&B Hit & #4 Pop Hit and the Top 10 Hit ‘Never Get Enough Of Your Love’; both of these tracks were on “Something To Love”. When “Togetherness” was released, the first single was ‘Holding On (When Love Is Gone)’, another #1 R&B smash hit. Also included on this album was the single ‘We Both Deserve Each Other’s Love’.

Disc Two compiles the albums “Devotion” and “Shine On” and again is crammed full of hot tracks including the singles ‘Dance ‘N’ Sing ‘N’’, ‘Share My Love’, ‘Stranger’, ‘Shine On’ and ‘Where Did We Go Wrong’, the latter again a top 10 R&B Hit.

“Togetherness” went Platinum and “Something To Love” and “Devotion” were certified Gold in America.

As mentioned above, Jeffrey Osborne was L.T.D’s lead singer and after he left the group, went on to have great solo success with tracks such as ‘On The Wings Of Love’, ‘I Really Don’t Need No Light’, ‘Stay With Me Tonight’ and ‘You Should Be Mine (The Woo Woo Song’, to name but a few.

This package also features sleeve notes by Charles Waring of Record Collector & MOJO.

Tracklist
[CD1: Something To Love / Togetherness]
Something To Love:
1. Age Of The Showdown
2. (Won’t Cha) Stay With Me
3. (Every Time I Turn Around) Back In Love Again
4. You Come First At Last
5. We Party Hearty
6. If You’re In Need
7. Never Get Enough Of Your Love
8. Make Someone Smile, Today!
9. Material Things
Togetherness:
10. Holding On (When Love Is Gone)
11. We Both Deserve Each Other’s Love
12. Jam
13. You Must Have Known I Needed Love
14. Don’t Stop Loving Me Now
15. It’s Time To Be Real
16. Concentrate On You
17. You Fooled Me
18. Together Forever
19. Let’s All Live And Give Together

[CD2: Devotion / Shine On]
Devotion:
1. One On One
2. Share My Love
3. Stand Up L.T.D.
4. Say That You’ll Be Mine
5. Dance ‘N’ Sing ‘N’
6. Sometimes
7. Promise You’ll Stay
8. Stranger
9. Feel It
Shine On:
10. You Gave Me Love
11. Where Did We Go Wrong
12. Getaway
13. Will Love Grow
14. Love Is What You Need
15. Shine On
16. Lovers Everywhere
17. Lady Love
18. Don’tcha Know
Nick Ashford was someone I greatly admired, had the honor of knowing, and was the real-life inspiration for Cowboy Curtis' hair. RIP Nick. - Pee Wee Herman
  - E-mail - orgNote - Report post to moderator
Reply #14 posted 05/26/18 3:49pm

getxxxx

avatar

Image

Description
Robinsongs are delighted to announce three fantastic Midnight Star albums on a double CD release, “No Parking On The Dance Floor”, “Planetary Invasion” and “Headlines” plus bonus tracks.

“No Parking On The Dance Floor” featured the two Smash R&B Hits ‘Freak-A-Zoid’ and ‘Wet My Whistle’ and the single ‘No Parking (On The Dancefloor’. The album was certified double platinum in America.

Originally released in 1984, “Planetary Invasion” includes the #1 R&B single ‘Operator’ which topped the chart for an amazing five weeks. The album also featured the single ‘Body Snatchers’.

Finally, we include the album “Headlines”, again packed with R&B Hits ‘Midas Touch’ and ‘Headlines’ (both Top 10 records). Also included is ‘Engine No.9’ which just failed to crack the Top 10, stalling at No. 11. ‘Midas Touch’ also made the Top Ten here in the U.K.

This package features 7” versions of the hit singles as bonus tracks.

Package contains sleeve notes by Christian John Wikane, a New York based writer and music essayist and contributing Editor for PopMatters.

Tracklist
[CD1]
No Parking On The Dancefloor:
1. Electricity
2. Night Rider
3. Feels So Good
4. Wet My Whistle
5. No Parking (On The Dancefloor)
6. Freak-A-Zoid
7. Slow Jam
8. Playmates
Planetary Invasion:
9. Body Snatchers
10. Scientific Love
11. Let’s Celebrate
12. Curious
13. Planetary Invasion

[CD2]
Planetary Invasion (Cont.):
1. Operator
2. Today My Love
3. Can You Stay With Me
Headlines:
4. Headlines
5. Midas Touch
6. Stay Here By My Side
7. Close To Midnight
8. Get Dressed
9. Engine No. 9
10. Close Encounter
11. Dead End
12. Searching For Love
Bonus Tracks:
13. Wet My Whistle (7” Version)
14. Freak-A-Zoid (7” Version)
15. Body Snatchers (7” Version)
16. Operator (7” Version)
17. Engine No. 9 (7” Version)
Nick Ashford was someone I greatly admired, had the honor of knowing, and was the real-life inspiration for Cowboy Curtis' hair. RIP Nick. - Pee Wee Herman
  - E-mail - orgNote - Report post to moderator
Reply #15 posted 05/26/18 3:50pm

getxxxx

avatar

Image

Description
Robinsongs are delighted to announce three fantastic Lakeside albums on a Double CD release, “Shot Of Love”, “Rough Riders” and “Fantastic Voyage” plus bonus tracks.

Lakeside were described as “The Rolling Stones Of Funk” by lead vocalist Thomas Shelby in a recent interview with Funk Chronicles: “We didn’t have a ton of major hits, but nobody wanted to come on after us. But the hits they did have all became funk anthems”.

“Shot Of Love” was originally released in late 1978, and charted on the Billboard album chart the following year. The album contained the hits ‘It’s All The Way Live’, a Top 5 R&B single, and ‘Given In To Love’. The ‘It’s All The Way Live’ single version is available as a bonus track on this package.

“Rough Riders” was released in 1979 and contained the singles ‘Pull My Strings’ and ‘From 9:00 Until’ and again those versions are available on this release as bonus tracks.

To finish the set “Fantastic Voyage” was Lakeside’s biggest album, which was a Top 20 Pop album and featured the No.1 R&B single of the same name, and the follow up ‘Your Love Is On The One’, another Top 20 R&B Hit.

Package contains sleeve notes by Christian John Wikane a New York based writer and music essayist and contributing Editor for PopMatters.

Tracklist
[CD1]
Shot Of Love:
1. Shot Of Love
2. Hold On Tight
3. One Minute After Midnight
4. Time
5. Given In To Love
6. It’s All The Way Live
7. Visions Of My Mind
Rough Riders:
8. Rough Rider
9. All In My Mind
10. If You Like Our Music (Get Up And Move)
11. I Can’t Get You Out Of My Head
12. Pull My Strings
13. I’ll Never Leave You
14. From 9:00 Until

[CD2]
Fantastic Voyage:
1. Fantastic Voyage
2. Your Love Is On The One
3. I Need You
4. Strung Out
5. Say Yes
6. Eveready Man
7. I Love Everything You Do
8. Say Yes
Bonus Tracks:
9. It’s All The Way Live (7” Single Version)
10. Pull My Strings (7” Single Version)
11. From 9:00 Until (7” Single Version)
12. Fantastic Voyage (7” Single Version)
13. Your Love Is On The One (7” Single Version)
Nick Ashford was someone I greatly admired, had the honor of knowing, and was the real-life inspiration for Cowboy Curtis' hair. RIP Nick. - Pee Wee Herman
  - E-mail - orgNote - Report post to moderator
Reply #16 posted 05/26/18 3:51pm

getxxxx

avatar

Image

Description
Millie Jackson has never had the full recognition she deserves as one of the great soul voices of the 70s as her theatrical ‘rap’ material became her signature sound. With “Exposed” we go a long way to rectifying that with a dozen remixes by producer/engineer Steve Levine.

Steve has piloted hits for a very wide range of artists from Culture Club’s huge chart successes to the Beach Boys and Motörhead, having collected a Grammy along the way for his work with Deniece Williams.

He has also produced the long-running radio programme, The Record Producers, in which he has worked with such greats as Holland, Dozier & Holland, Nile Rodgers, Brian Wilson and the late Sir George Martin.

A huge fan of Millie’s work, Steve’s background makes him the ideal man to bring these fantastic tracks into the 21st century.

These remixes stay true to the original recordings and the great musicians who played on them. No extra ‘beats’ have been added, everything you hear was played on the original versions. Some have been extended to accentuate the grooves and all have been opened out using modern technology to better hear the quality of the playing and recording.

Millie is loud and clear in the mix, exposing that great soul voice to maximum effect.

Tracklist
1. I Cry
2. If Loving You Is Wrong (I Don't Want To Be Right)
3. It Hurts So Good
4. Sweet Music, Soft Lights And You
5. Kiss You All Over
6. Go Out And Get Some
7. Bad Risk
8. Help Yourself
9. A House For Sale
10. I'll Continue To Love You
11. My Man, A Sweet Man
12. Never Change Lovers In The Middle Of The Night
Nick Ashford was someone I greatly admired, had the honor of knowing, and was the real-life inspiration for Cowboy Curtis' hair. RIP Nick. - Pee Wee Herman
  - E-mail - orgNote - Report post to moderator
Reply #17 posted 05/26/18 3:51pm

getxxxx

avatar

Image

Description
SoulMusic Records is very proud to present the reissue of the first two classic albums by the legendary Pointer Sisters, expanded editions with bonus tracks (single edits of charted singles from each LP) a vivid reminder of the original quartet’s unique sound and style, prior to their global success of the ‘80s as dance and pop hitmakers.

By the time they signed to US West Coast boutique label Blue Thumb, the Oakland, California quartet of sisters – Anita, Bonnie, June and Bonnie – had begun their journey from the church where their father was a pastor to backup vocalists for diverse artists such as Elvin Bishop, Cold Blood and Taj Mahal.

A brief stint at Atlantic Records where they cut a couple of singles preceded the recording of their self-titled debut, produced by David Rubinson in San Francisco. With its heady mixture of swingin’ jazz pieces (‘Cloudburst’, ‘Jada’), gospel-flavoured blues (‘River Boulevard’) and covers of Koko Taylor’s ‘Wang Dang Doodle’ and the Lee Dorsey, Allen Toussaint-penned, ‘Yes We Can Can’ (a US top 20 pop and R&B hit), THE POINTER SISTERS became one of 1973’s best-selling gold-certified albums, showcasing the family group’s imaginative harmonies, with cover art depicting the quartet in ‘40s-styled garb.

1974’s THAT’S A PLENTY (another gold album) was equally eclectic in regards its song selection, from the fast-and- furious ‘Salt Peanuts’ (a Dizzy Gillespie piece) to the head-boppin’ blues ‘Grinning In Your Face’ (with a young Bonnie Raitt on guitar), on to bluesy torch song, ‘Black Coffee’, a revival of ‘Steam Heat’ and the Gamble & Huff- co-penned R&B, ‘Love In Them There Hills’. The single ‘Fairytale’ became a US Top 20 pop and a Top 40 country hit, and winning the quartet their first Grammy Award (for ‘Best Country Performance’).

In depth notes by renowned US writer Justin Kantor include 2018 quotes from Anita, Bonnie and Ruth Pointer chronicling their arrival on the music scene; with great remastering by Nick Robbins and first class artwork by Roger Williams.

Tracklist
[CD1: The Pointer Sisters]
1. Yes We Can Can
2. Cloudburst
3. Jada
4. River Boulevard
5. Old Songs
6. That’s How I Feel
7. Sugar
8. Pains And Tears
9. Naked Foot
10. Wang Dang Doodle
Bonus Tracks:
11. Yes We Can Can (Single Version)
12. Wang Dang Doodle (Single Version)

[CD2: That’s A Plenty]
1. Bangin’ On The Pipes / Steam Heat
2. Salt Peanuts
3. Grinning In Your Face
4. Shaky Flat Blues
5. That’s A Plenty / Surfeit, U.S.A.
6. Little Pony
7. Fairytale
8. Black Coffee
9. Love In Them There Hills
Bonus Tracks:
10. Steam Heat (Single Version)
11. Love In Them There Hills (Single Version)
12. Fairytale (Single Version)
Nick Ashford was someone I greatly admired, had the honor of knowing, and was the real-life inspiration for Cowboy Curtis' hair. RIP Nick. - Pee Wee Herman
  - E-mail - orgNote - Report post to moderator
Reply #18 posted 05/26/18 3:52pm

getxxxx

avatar

Image

Description
On June 29, in anticipation of the upcoming 60th anniversary of Motown - a.k.a. Hitsville U.S.A. - and inspired by the album's own recent 51th anniversary, Motown/UMe is releasing a 2-CD Expanded Edition of The Supremes' tenth studio effort, the chart-topping The Supremes Sing Holland-Dozier-Holland. A whopping 52 tracks magnify the scope of a seminal album that made history, including 28 tracks that are heard here for the first time via a number of updated mixes and alternate versions, as well as a score of electrifying live performances captured at the Copacabana nightclub in New York City in May 1967, the last recorded performance of the original trio: Diana Ross, Mary Wilson and Florence Ballard.

Tracklist
[CD 1: Original Album In Mono (Tracks 1-12) And Stereo (Tracks 13-24)]
1. You Keep Me Hangin’ On
2. You’re Gone (But Always In My Heart)
3. Love Is Here And Now You’re Gone
4. Mother You, Smother You
5. I Guess I’ll Always Love You
6. I’ll Turn To Stone
7. It’s The Same Old Song
8. Going Down For The Third Time
9. Love Is In Our Hearts
10. Remove This Doubt
11. There’s No Stopping Us Now
12. (Love Is Like A) Heat Wave
13. You Keep Me Hangin’ On
14. You’re Gone (But Always In My Heart)
15. Love Is Here And Now You’re Gone
16. Mother You, Smother You
17. I Guess I’ll Always Love You
18. I’ll Turn To Stone
19. It’s The Same Old Song
20. Going Down For The Third Time
21. Love Is In Our Hearts
22. Remove This Doubt
23. There’s No Stopping Us Now
24. (Love Is Like A) Heat Wave
Bonus Tracks:
25. The Happening (Extended hit mix)
26. All I Know About You (Extended mix)
27. Love Is Here And Now You're Gone (Version 3)
28. We Couldn't Get Along Without You (Extended mix)
29. You Keep Me Hangin' On (Extended "cool" alternate)

[CD2: Alternate Editions (Tracks 1-8) And Live At The Copa May 1967 (Tracks 9-23)]
1. You Can't Hurry Love (Extended alternate)
2. The Happening (Film versions)
3. Love Is Here And Now You're Gone (Version 1)
4. You're Gone (But Always In My Heart) (Gladys Knight and The Pips Duet mix)
5. I Guess I'll Always Love You (Extended mix)
6. Going Down For The Third Time (Extended mix)
7. Remove This Doubt (Extended mix)
8. I Can't Help Myself (Sugar Pie, Honey Bunch) - Where Did Our Love Go (Motown Mashup)
9. Put On A Happy Face
10. Medley: Stop! In The Name Of Love/Come See About Me/My World Is Empty Without You/Baby Love
11. My Favorite Things
12. You Keep Me Hangin' On
13. The Lady Is A Tramp/Let's Get Away From It All
14. I Hear A Symphony
15. From This Moment On
16. Queen Of The House
17. Love Is Here And Now You're Gone
18. Somewhere
19. You Can't Hurry Love
20. Medley: Thoroughly Modern Millie/Second Hand Rose/Mame
21. Group Introductions
22. You're Nobody Til Somebody Loves You
23. The Happening
Nick Ashford was someone I greatly admired, had the honor of knowing, and was the real-life inspiration for Cowboy Curtis' hair. RIP Nick. - Pee Wee Herman
  - E-mail - orgNote - Report post to moderator
Reply #19 posted 05/26/18 3:53pm

getxxxx

avatar

Image

Description
Three albums dating from 1983, 1985 and 1988 from the American singer, songwriter, producer and drummer! 'Reach Out (I'll Be There)' was a US Top 20 hit from 'Looking At You', whilst 'Gimme Gimme Gimme' from 'The Nature Of Things' was a big hit in Europe as well as the UK. 'Divine Emotion' was a UK Top Ten hit from the album of the same name. Walden's achievements are too many to list here, but he still continues to produce and perform. Digitally remastered and slipcased, and with extensive new notes.

Tracklist
[CD1]
Looking At You, Looking At Me:
1. Reach Out (I'll Be There)
2. Looking At You, Looking At Me
3. Burning Up
4. Never Wanna Be Without Your Love
5. Shake It Off
6. Dream Maker
7. Tina
8. Ain't Nobody Ever Loved You
9. Black Boy
The Nature Of Things:
10. That's The Way It Is
11. High Above The Clouds
12. Gimme, Gimme, Gimme
13. Live It Up

[CD2]
The Nature Of Things (Continued):
1. The Nature Of Things
2. Suspicion
3. Dancin' On Main St.
4. Wear Your Love
Divine Emotion:
5. Divine Emotions
6. Can't Get You Outta My Head
7. That's The Way That I Feel About Cha
8. Wild Thing
9. How Can I Make You Stay
10. Explosion
11. I Belong
12. But What Up Doh?
13. Certain Kind Of Lover
14. Jam The Night
15. We Still Have A Dream
Nick Ashford was someone I greatly admired, had the honor of knowing, and was the real-life inspiration for Cowboy Curtis' hair. RIP Nick. - Pee Wee Herman
  - E-mail - orgNote - Report post to moderator
Reply #20 posted 05/26/18 3:54pm

getxxxx

avatar

Edsel is pleased to announce the release of a comprehensive Five Star box set, which has been personally curated by DENISE PEARSON. Five Star were managed by their Father, Buster Pearson who harboured the idea that his talented children could be the UK's 1980s version of an older Jackson 5. Following an appearance on BBC One's Pebble Mill in 1983, Five Star signed to RCA Records then spent 1984 honing their craft and performing at numerous club PAs around the country. They were rewarded in May 1985 with their debut hit 'All Fall Down', which reached #15 in the UK Singles Chart taken from the debut album 'Luxury Of Life', from which SEVEN singles were released. It was the final single from the album, 'System Addict', that charted the highest from the album and which started a run of nine consecutive Top 20 hits. This 9CD/1DVD set housed in a sumptuously packaged 12"x12" Deluxe Casebound Book, comprising the SIX studio albums from their international hit-laden recording periods with RCA Records and Epic Records. All six albums feature extra tracks, including non-album B-Sides, with the remaining three CDs containing 7" & 12" Alternate Versions and Remixes. The DVD features a number of Promotional Videos. RCA, Epic and Buster Pearson lined-up a stellar host of the most prolific Producers of the time to work with the Group. Nick Martinelli, Leon Sylvers III, Denis Lambert, Barry Blue, The Limit, Steve Harvey, Billy Livsey, Richard 'RAH Band' Hewson, Christopher Troy, Zack Harmon, Michael Jay, Wayne Braithwaite and Ian Prince, with Shep Pettibone, Morales & Munzibai and Paul Hardcastle mixing. There was no end of talent queuing up to work with Five Star.

The release features the original album tracklistings plus B-Sides, a multitude of alternate mixes, instrumental versions and more than 25 mixes previously unreleased on CD, bringing a two label collection together from the band's internationally successful career, for the very first time.

'Luxury...' features all Twenty-One UK Top 75 singles, including the Top 10 hits 'System Addict' #3, 'Can't Wait Another Minute' #7, 'Find The Time' #7, 'Rain Or Shine' #2, 'Stay Out Of My Life' #9, 'The Slightest Touch' #4, as well as their other Top 30 hits 'All Fall Down', 'Let Me Be The One', 'Love Take Over', 'If I Say Yes', 'Whenever You're Ready', 'Strong As Steel', 'Somewhere Somebody', 'Another Weekend', 'Rock My World'.

This deluxe set features a 2,000 word recollection, with Denise Pearson interviewed by Record Collector Editor, Paul Lester.

THE AMAZON EXCLUSIVE EDITION INCLUDES A SIGNED 10"X8" COLOUR PRINT OF DENISE PEARSON.

TRACKLIST: HIDE
[CD1: Luxury Of Life]
1. Love Take Over 03:58
2. All Fall Down 03:34
3. Let Me Be The One 04:42
4. System Addict 04:05
5. Hide And Seek 05:32
6. R.S.V.P. 04:39
7. Now I’m In Control 03:41
8. Say Goodbye 04:12
9. Crazy 03:58
10. Winning 03:35
Bonus Tracks:
11. I’m Gonna Make This A Night You Will Never Forget 05:24
12. I Like The Way You Dance [Five Star Orchestra] 03:59
13. First Avenue [Five Star Orchestra] 03:30
14. Beat 47 03:42
15. Keep In Touch 04:17
16. Love Games 03:41
17. Pure Energy 03:51

[CD2: Silk & Steel]
1. Can’t Wait Another Minute 04:41
2. Find The Time 04:31
3. Rain Or Shine 04:00
4. If I Say Yes 04:05
5. Please Don’t Say Goodnight 04:43
6. Stay Out Of My Life 04:01
7. Show Me What You’ve Got For Me 03:58
8. Are You Man Enough? 04:38
9. The Slightest Touch 04:30
10. Don’t You Know I Love It 03:57
Bonus Tracks:
11. Sky 04:19
12. Summer Groove 05:25
13. (How Dare You) Stay Out Of My Life 04:24
14. Let Me Down Easy 4:30
15. Stone Court 03:48

[CD3: Between The Lines]
1. Somewhere, Somebody 04:13
2. Whenever You’re Ready 04:21
3. Strong As Steel 05:21
4. Read Between The Lines 04:50
5. Live Giving Love 05:03
6. Ain’t Watcha Do 03:40
7. Made Out Of Love 04:27
8. You Should Have Waited 03:35
9. Knock Twice 04:11
10. Hard Race 04:23
Bonus Tracks:
11. Forever Yours 03:36
12. The Man 05:25
13. Have A Good Time 05:49

[CD4: Rock The World]
1. Another Weekend 05:20
2. Rock My World 04:13
3. Godsend 04:17
4. Are You Really The One 04:04
5. Let Me Be Yours 04:12
6. Free Time 04:45
7. Physical Attraction 03:56
8. Someone’s In Love 04:21
9. There’s A Brand New World 03:52
10. Rescue Me 04:16
Bonus Tracks:
11. The Mews 04:16
12. Sweetest Innocence 03:39
13. U [12 Inch Version] 05:11
14. Rescue Me [Instrumental Version] 04:18
15. Rare Groove [12” Version] 05:07
16. With Every Heartbeat [7” Mix] 04:08
17. Sound Sweet 03:38
18. Something About My Baby 03:43

[CD5: Five Star]
1. Treat Me Like A Lady 04:19
2. Hot Love 03:30
3. I Can Show You Love 04:21
4. Feelings 04:26
5. Feel Much Better 04:19
6. I’m Still Waiting 04:57
7. That’s The Way I Like It 04:29
8. Lost In You 03:42
9. Tienes Mi Amour 04:33
10. What About Me Baby? 04:51
Bonus Tracks:
11. Don’t Stop 03:50
12. Act One [7” Version] 04:21
13. Hot Love [Extended Version] 08:07
14. Treat Me Like A Lady [Tough Mix] 05:28

[CD6: Shine]
1. Shine 04:46
2. Come To Me (For Love) 04:40
3. Some Kind Of Magic 04:50
4. Love Can’t Wait 04:54
5. The Love You Bring To Me 03:45
6. Right Over 04:38
7. The Start Of Forever 04:14
8. I Really Did It This Time 04:16
9. Sentimental 04:20
10. Save A Place (In Your Heart For Me) 03:58
Bonus Tracks:
11. Shine [LP Edit] 04:12
12. Shine [New Jack Mix Edit] 04:07

[CD7: 7” Mixes]
1. Hide And Seek [7” Version] 03:37
2. Let Me Be The One [7” Version] 03:37
3. R.S.V.P. [7” Version] 03:26
4. Can’t Wait Another Minute [The 7” Remix Version] 04:06
5. Find The Time [7” Version] 03:56
6. Rain Or Shine [7” Version] 03:56
7. If I Say Yes [7” Edit] 03:40
8. The Slightest Touch [Shep Pettibone 7” Mix] 04:17
9. Are You Man Enough [Shep Pettibone Remix Edit] 4:15
10. Strong As Steel [7” Version] 04:25
11. Somewhere, Somebody [7” Version] 04:04
12. Another Weekend [US 7” Version] 04:07
13. Someone’s In Love [David Morales Us 7” Radio Mix] 04:08
14. There’s A Brand New World [7” Version] 04:08
15. Treat Me Like A Lady [Raw 7” Version] 04:12

[CD8: 12” Mixes #1]
1. Hide And Seek [Dub Mix] 06:32
2. Crazy [Crazy Mix] [Instrumental] 05:58
3. Let Me Be The One [Long Hot Soulful Summer Mix] deat. Grover Washington Jr. 05:49
4. Love Take Over [Dub Take Over] 07.06
5. R.S.V.P. [Original Philly Mix] 05:28
6. Can’t Wait Another Minute [The Street-Groove Mix Version] 05:20
7. Find The Time [Instrumental Mix] 04:46
8. Rain Or Shine [Dub] 04:35
9. Can’t Wait Another Minute [Dub Mix] 04:55
10. If I Say Yes [Dub Mix] 06:06
11. The Slightest Touch [House Touch] 06:29
12. Are You Man Enough? [12” Dub Remix] 05:34
13. Can’t Wait Another Minute [Another Minute Of Breakdown] 01:50

[CD9: 12” Mixes #2]
1. All Fall Down [M & M Dub Mix] 06:30
2. Let Me Be The One [Philadelphia Mix Edit] feat. Grover Washington Jr. 03:49
3. Love Take Over [The Limit Edition Mix Edit] 04:29
4. Can’t Wait Another Minute [The M-Groove Mix Version] 05:17
5. Find The Time [Dub Mix] 04:50
6. Whenever You’re Ready [Crazy Dub Jammy] 06:14
7. Somewhere Somebody [Dub Remix] 07:15
8. Another Weekend [Friday Night Mix] 06:27
9. Rock My World [Extra-Terrestrial Mix] 06:43
10. Someone’s In Love [Some Dub Mix] 05:13
11. With Every Heartbeat [Dub] 05:24
12. Somewhere Somebody [Dub Beats] 04:45
13. Someone’s In Love [LP Remix] 04:58
14. Are You Man Enough? [Acapella Groove] 01:23

[DVD: Promo Videos]
1. Hide And Seek [Promo Video] 3:32
2. Crazy [Promo Video] 4:02
3. All Fall Down [Promo Video] 3:34
4. Let Me Be The One [Promo Video] 3:30
5. Love Take Over [Promo Video] 3:49
6. R.S.V.P. [Promo Video] 3:26
7. System Addict [Promo Video] 4:03
8. Can’t Wait Another Minute [Promo Video] 4:31
9. Find The Time [Promo Video] 4:05
10. Rain Or Shine [Promo Video] 4:01
11. If I Say Yes [Promo Video] 4:02
12. Stay Out Of My Life [Promo Video] 4:01
13. The Slightest Touch [Promo Video] 4:11
14. Whenever You’re Ready [Promo Video] 4:16
15. Strong As Steel [Promo Video] 5:19
16. Somewhere, Somebody [Promo Video] 4:08
17. Another Weekend [Promo Video] 4:11
18. Rock My World [Promo Video] 4:20
19. There’s A Brand New World [Promo Video] 4:03
20. Let Me Be Yours [Promo Video] 4:14
21. With Every Heartbeat [Promo Video] 4:08
22. Treat Me Like A Lady [Promo Video] 4:17
23. Hot Love [Promo Video] 3:42
24. Shine [Promo Video] 3:05
25. Another Weekend [12” Version] [Promo Video] 6:25
26. Treat Me Like A Lady [12” Version] [Promo Video] 5:31
27. Treat Me Like A Lady [US Version] [Promo Video] 4:16
Nick Ashford was someone I greatly admired, had the honor of knowing, and was the real-life inspiration for Cowboy Curtis' hair. RIP Nick. - Pee Wee Herman
  - E-mail - orgNote - Report post to moderator
Reply #21 posted 05/28/18 12:26pm

getxxxx

avatar

A-Ha – Hunting High and Low – Clear Vinyl. 7/3/18

The B-52’s – Wild Planet (Red Vinyl) and The B-52’s (Yellow Vinyl) – both on 7/3/18

Alice Cooper – Flush the Fashion, Dada, Zipper Catches Skin (all on “Color vinyl”) – all on 7/17/18

Gang of Four – A Brief History of the 20th Century 2LP – 7/24/18

Richard Hell & The Voidoids – Blank Generation (Purple Vinyl). 7/10/18

Los Lobos – How Will The Wolf Survive. 7/10/18

Madonna – Like A Virgin (Solid White Vinyl). 7/3/18

Madonna – Who’s That Girl. 7/17/18

New Wave Hits (no song list yet, just the cover). 7/24/18

The Pogues – The Best Of. 7/3/18.

Punk Nuggets – 2LP set. 7/24/18

Spandau Ballet – Gold 2 LP set. 7/10/18

Rod Stewart – Greatest Hits Vol. 1 (Pink Vinyl). 7/10/18

The Time – Ice Cream Castle (“Neapolitan Split Color Vinyl). 7/24/18

Yes – 90125 (Colored vinyl). 7/10/18

Nick Ashford was someone I greatly admired, had the honor of knowing, and was the real-life inspiration for Cowboy Curtis' hair. RIP Nick. - Pee Wee Herman
  - E-mail - orgNote - Report post to moderator
Reply #22 posted 06/03/18 5:51pm

getxxxx

avatar

Got my copy of Cameo's Alligator Woman on CD. Now just need waiting on my copy of Debarge Rhythm of the Night.
Nick Ashford was someone I greatly admired, had the honor of knowing, and was the real-life inspiration for Cowboy Curtis' hair. RIP Nick. - Pee Wee Herman
  - E-mail - orgNote - Report post to moderator
Reply #23 posted 06/17/18 9:42pm

SoulAlive

getxxxx said:

Got my copy of Cameo's Alligator Woman on CD.

My copy will arrive in a few days smile did you see the list of all those 'Disco Forever' CDs that are available? Wow! I'll be buying a few of those every week,lol.So many titles that I want.

  - E-mail - orgNote - Report post to moderator
Reply #24 posted 06/17/18 9:48pm

SoulAlive

getxxxx said:

Image

Description
Robinsongs are delighted to announce three fantastic Lakeside albums on a Double CD release, “Shot Of Love”, “Rough Riders” and “Fantastic Voyage” plus bonus tracks.

Lakeside were described as “The Rolling Stones Of Funk” by lead vocalist Thomas Shelby in a recent interview with Funk Chronicles: “We didn’t have a ton of major hits, but nobody wanted to come on after us. But the hits they did have all became funk anthems”.

“Shot Of Love” was originally released in late 1978, and charted on the Billboard album chart the following year. The album contained the hits ‘It’s All The Way Live’, a Top 5 R&B single, and ‘Given In To Love’. The ‘It’s All The Way Live’ single version is available as a bonus track on this package.

“Rough Riders” was released in 1979 and contained the singles ‘Pull My Strings’ and ‘From 9:00 Until’ and again those versions are available on this release as bonus tracks.

To finish the set “Fantastic Voyage” was Lakeside’s biggest album, which was a Top 20 Pop album and featured the No.1 R&B single of the same name, and the follow up ‘Your Love Is On The One’, another Top 20 R&B Hit.

Package contains sleeve notes by Christian John Wikane a New York based writer and music essayist and contributing Editor for PopMatters.

Tracklist
[CD1]
Shot Of Love:
1. Shot Of Love
2. Hold On Tight
3. One Minute After Midnight
4. Time
5. Given In To Love
6. It’s All The Way Live
7. Visions Of My Mind
Rough Riders:
8. Rough Rider
9. All In My Mind
10. If You Like Our Music (Get Up And Move)
11. I Can’t Get You Out Of My Head
12. Pull My Strings
13. I’ll Never Leave You
14. From 9:00 Until

[CD2]
Fantastic Voyage:
1. Fantastic Voyage
2. Your Love Is On The One
3. I Need You
4. Strung Out
5. Say Yes
6. Eveready Man
7. I Love Everything You Do
8. Say Yes
Bonus Tracks:
9. It’s All The Way Live (7” Single Version)
10. Pull My Strings (7” Single Version)
11. From 9:00 Until (7” Single Version)
12. Fantastic Voyage (7” Single Version)
13. Your Love Is On The One (7” Single Version)

I just ordered this set smile These three albums are excellent.Rough Riders is very underrated.It didn't have any major hit singles,but it contains some solid jams."From 9:00 Until" is my favorite headbang Glad to see that Lakeside's catalog is getting the attention it deserves.I hope they do something special with their 1982 album Your Wish Is My Command,another one of their best albums.

  - E-mail - orgNote - Report post to moderator
Reply #25 posted 06/17/18 9:50pm

SoulAlive

Oh shit,right after I made my comment (above),I scrolled up and I see that they are indeed doing something special with Your Wish Is My Command biggrin

  - E-mail - orgNote - Report post to moderator
Reply #26 posted 06/17/18 10:59pm

SoulAlive

  - E-mail - orgNote - Report post to moderator
Reply #27 posted 06/17/18 11:02pm

SoulAlive

  - E-mail - orgNote - Report post to moderator
Reply #28 posted 06/17/18 11:03pm

SoulAlive

  - E-mail - orgNote - Report post to moderator
Reply #29 posted 06/17/18 11:04pm

SoulAlive

love

  - E-mail - orgNote - Report post to moderator
Page 1 of 2 12>
  New topic   Printable     (Log in to 'subscribe' to this topic)
« Previous topic  Next topic »
Forums > Music: Non-Prince > Reissue Talk #34