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Thread started 01/19/04 3:27am

DavidEye

Who remembers these forgotten R&B songs from the 80s?

***"Off And On Love" by Champaign (1984)---I love this song but I haven't heard it since 1984! I gotta find this track.This is the group that sings "How Bout Us"(1980) and "Try Again"(1982).

***"It's That Loving Feeling" by the Jamaica Boys (1987)---can somebody PLEASE confirm to me that this song really exists??? I remember hearing this track in the fall of 1987,but whenever I mention it to somebody,they look at me as if I'm crazy...lol...anyone else remember this song,or am I really losing it? lol

***"So Fine" by Howard Johnson (1982)---this was DA JAM!!! Can't seem to find any info on this guy,but this track is a classic.

***"I Need A Freak" by Sexual Harassment (1983)---here in the Bay Area,this song was HUGE! I wonder,do those of you who live elsewhere (East Coast,midwest,etc) know about this song? Was it a hit in your area?

***"Magic Man" by Robert Winters and Fall (1981)---"I'm your Magic Man,won't you let my magic hands,just touch your heart and make your love appear...I will stop all your frowns and turn them upside down,cause I'll be around to hold you near".

***"Delicious" by Starpoint (1983)---"can I have...seconds?"

***"Love Has Come Around" by Donald Byrd (1982) headbang

***"What Two Can Do" by Deniece Williams (1981)---one of her best singles ever.It was a hit in the fall of 1981,but it was soon overshadowed by the follow-up single "Silly".

***"Thanks To You" by Sinnamon (1982)---you gotta love the way this song begins.A woman phones her no-good boyfriend,and proceeds to give him his walking papers...

Guy: "Hello?"

Girl: "Yeah,uh...it's me...I just called to let you know that I won't be needing your LOVING SERVICES any longer."

Guy: "Oh really?"

Girl: "Yeah.Just figured I'd clue you in on a few things".


***"Hot Spot" by Midnight Star (1980)

***"(He's A) Knockout"(1984)---I'm not sure who sings this song,but it's a female vocalist,going on and on about how great her man is.She warns other girls "hands off,don't touch".

***"The One You Love" by Luscious Dame (1984)---I was totally in love with this fine lady!! She was on Motown,and her debut album was called 'More Than You Can Handle'.I used to read Black Beat and Right On magazines,and put her pics all over my wall...lol...she never made it big,but this song was hot.A nice,midtempo jam.

***"C.O.D.(I'll Deliver)" by Mtume (1984)---similiar to their huge 1983 hit "Juicy Fruit".

***"I Just Wanna Make You Feel Good" by The System(1983)---when will there be a greatest hits compilation from these guys???

***"Working Girl" by Cheri (1983)---I remember hearing this song on the radio and thinking that it was Vanity 6.

***"All Of You For All Of Me" (1985)---can't rememeber their name,but it was a four-member girl group.The chorus goes..."All of me for all of you...nothing less will ever do".

***"Right And Hype" by Abstrac (1989)---produced by Teddy Riley so it has that New Jack Swing sound.I still have their album on vinyl.Has an intoxicating groove.



Can you guys come up with some other songs?
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Reply #1 posted 01/19/04 3:38am

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DavidEye said:

***"All Of You For All Of Me" (1985)---can't rememeber their name?

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Reply #2 posted 01/19/04 3:42am

DavidEye

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DavidEye said:

***"All Of You For All Of Me" (1985)---can't rememeber their name?

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hey thanks!
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***"So Fine" by Howard Johnson (1982)---this was DA JAM!!! Can't seem to find any info on this guy ...

Information:

http://www.soulwalking.co...hnson.html

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b. Miami, Florida, U.S.A.

Howard Johnson hails from Miami, Florida, U.S.A.

Howard began his career singing in local bars and clubs.

In one small Miami bar he was spotted by Sandy Torano who was looking to form a group.

In 1977, they formed Niteflyte and signed to Ariola for two albums.

He remained with the group until the early '80's when he signed with A & M Records as a solo artist.

His debut solo album, 'Keepin' Love New' (produced by Kashif, Paul Laurence Jones and Morrie Brown) was released in 1982 and featured the Top 50 UK hit 'So Fine'.

The title track was particularly popular in the U.K.

In the following year came his System-produced album 'Doin' It My Way', before a final solo A & M album 'The Vision' (1985) which featured 'Stand Up' and 'Knees' produced by Jimmy Jam & Terry Lewis.


In 1986 he recorded a duet 'Perfect Timing' with Donna Allen for her album, before returning to A & M in 1989 as one half of Johnson & Branson, a collaboration with Regis Branson.

The album contained the excellent 'She Still Loves Him'.

Howard has kept a low musical profile throughout the Nineties, however, re-surfacing in 2002, with Regis Branson again, for the album 'Packed & Waitin' on Soul Japan Records.


Small references to most recent work:

http://www.souljapan.com/...eview.html

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DavidEye said:

***"Off And On Love" by Champaign (1984)---I love this song but I haven't heard it since 1984!

It's on 'Very Best Of Champaign: How 'Bout Us' released two months ago (budget price release):

Track Listings

1. How 'Bout Us
2. Party People
3. Spinnin'
4. Let Your Body Rock
5. Walkin'
6. Love Games
7. Off And On Love
8. Woman In Flames
9. Be Mine Tonight
10. This Time

Audio CD (November 25, 2003)

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DavidEye said:

***"It's That Loving Feeling" by the Jamaica Boys (1987)---can somebody PLEASE confirm to me that this song really exists??? I remember hearing this track in the fall of 1987,but whenever I mention it to somebody,they look at me as if I'm crazy...lol...anyone else remember this song,or am I really losing it?

It exists:
Album: 'Jamaica Boys'

Available on Japanese Import CD

See:
http://www.allmusic.com
http://catalog.songsearch..._boys.html

Tracklist:

1. Palm Of Your Hand
2. Let Me Hold You Closer (Don't Fight It)
3. Romeo
4. Home
5. People Make The World Go Round
6. Spend Some Time With Me
7. Sunshine (South Africa)
8. (It's That) Lovin'feeling
9. I Want To Be There (Unusual Girl)
10. Spend Some Time With Me

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Reply #6 posted 01/19/04 4:16am

DavidEye

langebleu said:

DavidEye said:

***"Off And On Love" by Champaign (1984)---I love this song but I haven't heard it since 1984!

It's on 'Very Best Of Champaign: How 'Bout Us' released two months ago (budget price release):

Track Listings

1. How 'Bout Us
2. Party People
3. Spinnin'
4. Let Your Body Rock
5. Walkin'
6. Love Games
7. Off And On Love
8. Woman In Flames
9. Be Mine Tonight
10. This Time

Audio CD (November 25, 2003)

(Details and opinions on www.amazon.com)




lol thanks Langebleu!! I gotta pick that up.But I am shocked that it doesn't include their 1982 hit "Try Again".


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Reply #7 posted 01/19/04 4:45am

DavidEye

Some other forgotten jams...


***"If You Should Ever Be Lonely" by Val Young (1985)---a Rick James protege with a GREAT voice.She really should have made it big.She was sporting blonde hair long before it became "trendy" (in the R&B world).

***"Stop Doggin Me Around" by ???(1983)---Langebleu,help me out here.What was the name of this group? It was two guys and a girl (but not Shalamar) and this was a remake of the Jackie Wilson classic.


***"Hangin On A String" by Loose Ends (1985)

***"Leave The Lights On" by ??? (1987)---in the fall of '87,I remember hearing this song.A really sexy slow jam that goes..."Leave the lights on,keep em on,let's leave the lights on when we make love tonight".Probably just a local hit.
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DavidEye said:

***"Stop Doggin Me Around" by ???(1983)---Langebleu,help me out here.What was the name of this group? It was two guys and a girl (but not Shalamar) and this was a remake of the Jackie Wilson classic.

Klique

Howard Huntsberry b. 5 March 1952 Pacoima, California, USA (Huntsberry sang lead and later went on to play Jackie Wilson in 'La Bamba')

Debbie Hunter (Huntsberry's sister)

Isaac Suthers

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Reply #9 posted 01/19/04 5:29am

DavidEye

langebleu said:

DavidEye said:

***"Stop Doggin Me Around" by ???(1983)---Langebleu,help me out here.What was the name of this group? It was two guys and a girl (but not Shalamar) and this was a remake of the Jackie Wilson classic.

Klique

Howard Huntsberry b. 5 March 1952 Pacoima, California, USA (Huntsberry sang lead and later went on to play Jackie Wilson in 'La Bamba')

Debbie Hunter (Huntsberry's sister)

Isaac Suthers

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Reply #10 posted 01/19/04 5:36am

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DavidEye said:

***"Leave The Lights On" by ??? (1987)---in the fall of '87,I remember hearing this song.A really sexy slow jam that goes..."Leave the lights on,keep em on,let's leave the lights on when we make love tonight".Probably just a local hit.


Monet, featuring Nolan Thomas???
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Reply #11 posted 01/19/04 6:15am

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langebleu said:

DavidEye said:

***"Leave The Lights On" by ??? (1987)---in the fall of '87,I remember hearing this song.A really sexy slow jam that goes..."Leave the lights on,keep em on,let's leave the lights on when we make love tonight".Probably just a local hit.


Monet, featuring Nolan Thomas???



nod I'm pretty sure that's it
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Reply #12 posted 01/19/04 6:57am

BRO915

Smoke City-I Really Want You(1985)

Today- Girl I Got My Eyes On You(1988)

Richard "Dimples" Fields-If It Ain't One Thing It's Another(1982)

Gerald Alston- Take Me Where You Want To(1988)...Ex-front man of R&B group The Manhattans...delivers a stirring vocal performance on his 1988 solo debut album for Motown that is unfortunately out of print.

Evelyn "Champagne" King-Kisses Don't Lie (1988)...Nice little slow jam from the late 80's that was a staple on quiet storm stations...Great stuff indeed.

The Good Girls- Your Sweetness Is My Weakness(1989)...These ladies were like a late 80's early 90's update of The Supremes.

Dennis Edwards- You're My Aphrodisiac(1984)...This one is definitely a forgotten about slow jam...This is from Dennis Edwards{former lead singer of the Temptations} 1984 album Don't Look Any Further which includes the winning title track that everybody was jamming to in summer of 1984. But this slow jam got slept on by a lot of people and should have fared better on the charts...Love it when he shouts "Gurl you my TURN OONNN ONNN ONNN" smile

Michael Cooper-Over And Over(1989)...Ex frontman for the 70's funk group Con Funk Shun really bought it on the third single, a slow ballad...from his 89 album Just What I Like.

Levert-Smilin(1989)...One of Gerald Levert And Co. greatest moments...from the 89 album Just Coolin.



Just a few off the top of my head...
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TheRealFiness

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Smoke City-I Really Want You(1985)

Today- Girl I Got My Eyes On You(1988)

Richard "Dimples" Fields-If It Ain't One Thing It's Another(1982)

Gerald Alston- Take Me Where You Want To(1988)...Ex-front man of R&B group The Mahattans...delivers a stirring vocal performance on his 1988 solo debut album for Motown that is unfortunatelu out of print.

Evelyn "Champagne" King-Kisses Don't Lie (1988)...Nice little slow jam from late 80's that was a staple on quiet storm stations...Great stuff indeed.

The Good Girls- Your Sweetness Is My Weakness(1989)...These ladies were like a late 80's early 90's update of The Supremes.

Dennis Edwards- You're My Aphrodisiac"(1984)...This one is definitely a forgotten about slow jam...This is from Dennis Edwards{former lead singer of the Temptations} 1984 album Don't Look Any Further which includes the winning title track that everybody was jamming too in summer of 1984. But this slow jam got slept on by a lot of people and should have fared better on the charts...Love it when he shouts "Gurl you my TURN OONNN ONNN ONNN" smile

Michael Cooper-Over And Over(1989)...Ex frontman for the 70's funk group Con Funk Shun really bought it on the third single, a slow ballad...from his 89 album Just What I Like.

Levert-Smilin(1989)...One of Gerald Levert And Co. greatest moments...from the 89 album Just Coolin.



Just a few off the top of my head...
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Reply #14 posted 01/19/04 7:05am

DavidEye

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Dennis Edwards- You're My Aphrodisiac"(1984)...This one is definitely a forgotten about slow jam...This is from Dennis Edwards{former lead singer of the Temptations} 1984 album Don't Look Any Further which includes the winning title track that everybody was jamming too in summer of 1984. But this slow jam got slept on by a lot of people and should have fared better on the charts...Love it when he shouts "Gurl you my TURN OONNN ONNN ONNN" smile



Hell yeah,I remember that one!
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Reply #15 posted 01/19/04 7:14am

DavidEye

some more...


***"Somebody" by Junior (1985)---remember the video where he's in prison? LOL

***"High Rise" by Ashford and Simpson (1983)---when are you guys gonna start a thread about them?? wink

***"Why Me?" by Irene Cara (1983)---alot of people slept on her 1983 album,but this was the first single.More rock than R&B,it was a decent track.

***"Gimme Gimme Gimme" by Narada Michael Walden and Patti Austin (1985)---this is one of those fun,catchy tunes that really should have been a Top 10 pop smash.It's not really R&B,it's more pop/New Wave (not unlike Stevie Wonder's "Part-Time Lover"),with a slight reggae feel to it.

***"Obscene Phone Caller" by Rockwell (1984)---this time,he didn't have MJ to help him out,so the song bombed...lol...but it's a great novelty track.
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Reply #16 posted 01/19/04 7:17am

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I miss lots. Hell, it will take years for me to keep up with the backlog of good songs. giggle
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Reply #17 posted 01/19/04 7:21am

TheRealFiness

Somebody" by Junior (1985)

if memory serves me, that got replaced on the Momma used to say 12'' reissue in 85 it replaced the "English Party Mix"..

in which case i liked that mix better..
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Reply #18 posted 01/19/04 7:56am

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"Monster Fun" 1980? by Mammatapee headbang

This was a group that was produced by the legendary Norman Whitfield and singed to his record label.

The song is an 80's funk/r&b "concept" of "The Monster Mash".
But in this song, their singing/rapping about a party with characters like Dracula, Frankenstein, and the characters from Star Wars. falloff The second part of the song (the rap) goes like this:

I'm Obi-wan and I'm havin' fun, and I don't need no laser gun
When I need somebody to rescue me I call on good ol' Mammatapee
I'm 5 foot 11 with a handsome face, and I can play the hell out of the electric bass
Now I know my style is out of sight cause I make mountains move like Dolemite
But I'm here to take you one-on-one and tell you a lil bit about Monster Fun
Now, everybody, get off your butt and go turn your radio up
What I'm gonna say, you just can't miss, so everybody get to this.. OK? (OK!)
Now monster fun lies somewhere in between the dark side of the force and a laser beam
And it's got a power all it's own and when it grabs you you can't do no wrong
Now it's got more cool than The Boogeyman, it even made ol' Darth Vader dance
Now we gave a party on July 4, and Dracula came through the door
Me and my lady got scared til he said, "I'm lookin' for my eyes and don't be afraid
I know you think I've come for blood, but I'm only here to cut the rug
And if this party's REALLY fine, then I'll call my good friend, Frankenstein"
By now you think that monster fun is not for me and you, but I'm here to tell you "Uh Uh Uh", cause good guys be there, too
Luke Skywalker got in late, said he couldn't find the place...Han solo said the music wasn't loud enough to put him into hyper space
And even Chewbacca was in the corner, he was rappin' pretty hard to a fine, foxy, sweet, good-looking lady Imperial guard
And Lando, known as "Billy Dee", had beers with Princess Leia...her hair looked so bad I think the aliens had her scared
Everybody say "YEAH" (Ohhh) run that natural comb through you hair! Say "YEAH" (Ohhh) Girl (Girrl) Go get yourself a jheri curl
Are you scared? (hell yeah!) well don't be cause we're in orbit around the sun
When you get home you tell your mama you got bit by monster fun
Now I'm Obi-Wan with Monster Fun, and I likes to see you smile
And I'm gonna let monster keyboard man get down for a while..DO IT NOW
(key board solo)
BGVs: Monster Fun
(alien voice) You really oughtta try another booty for your body...Have you ever seen godzilla do the pop-lock with his tail? It makes all the fellas howl, it makes all the ladies wail! You really oughtta try another booty for your body...!






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Reply #19 posted 01/19/04 9:23am

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davideye...

how do you store all this stuff in that nugget of yours?

im truly amazed everytime u come up with one of these things...
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Reply #20 posted 01/19/04 10:18am

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The Good Girls- Your Sweetness Is My Weakness(1989)...These ladies were like a late 80's early 90's update of The Supremes.


Yeah. They wore these school uniform type outfits. The lead singer thought she was Vanity.
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Reply #21 posted 01/19/04 10:42am

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***"I Need A Freak" by Sexual Harassment (1983)---here in the Bay Area,this song was HUGE! I wonder,do those of you who live elsewhere (East Coast,midwest,etc) know about this song? Was it a hit in your area?


Ironically, this is the only song from your initial post that I actually know! (I'm in the Canadian midwest)

But maybe it's not so ironic because I think it was brought to my attention when Too $hort covered it in `97. After then, I heard the original.
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Way to go back David.
A few that you mentioned really bring back good memories

***"It's That Loving Feeling" by the Jamaica Boys (1987)---
Marcus Miller, Lenny White and Chaka Khan's brother (don't remember his name lol) Seems like I remember Jasmine Guy in the video.


***"So Fine" by Howard Johnson (1982)
That was my jam! Keepin Love New was the jam too. What crakced me up was how he came back for his second album. On the first cover he has a short natural and brown sports jacket on. When he came back for his follow up, he had a curl and some new wave looking clothes lol. I think the system produced most if not all of his follow up. I know they did the single "Let's Take Time Out"


***"I Need A Freak" by Sexual Harassment (1983)---here in the Bay Area,this song was HUGE! I wonder,do those of you who live elsewhere (East Coast,midwest,etc) know about this song? Was it a hit in your area?

Yea it was the beat out her in Cali too. Do you remember their follow up, "K-I-S-S-I-N-G"?


***"Delicious" by Starpoint (1983)---"can I have...seconds?"

Starpoint was my "underground" group. Long before they crossed over with "Object of My Desire" they were turning out nice pop/funk albums. They just had a real good upbeat feel to all their shit. It's a shame they did have more success.


***"Hot Spot" by Midnight Star (1980)

The song that turned me on to MS. Some pre-freak a ziod funk.


***"I Just Wanna Make You Feel Good" by The System(1983)---when will there be a greatest hits compilation from these guys???

Funny you mention this song because it's my all time fav Sytem jam. Even though their follow up album was weak over all, this song was the shit.
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A few of the top of my head. Remeber these?


"We Got The Juice" by Attitude.
Produced by the System, this was a real club banger in it;s day.

"Shackles" by RJ's Latest Arrivel
Another banger from the 80's

"Make A Move On Me Baby" by Charlie Singleton
First single from his debute album. Had a nice Cameo vibe to it.

"Love On The Rise" by Kenny G and Kashif
Damn, I actually used to like Kenny G.

"This Is For You" by The System.
I agree David, they really should have a Best Of.
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How about "The Rain" by Oran 'Juice' Jones, that song was awesome (I've got the 45 around here someplace).
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Reply #25 posted 01/19/04 12:57pm

DavidEye

intha916 said:

A few of the top of my head. Remeber these?


"We Got The Juice" by Attitude.
Produced by the System, this was a real club banger in it;s day.

"Shackles" by RJ's Latest Arrivel
Another banger from the 80's

"Make A Move On Me Baby" by Charlie Singleton
First single from his debute album. Had a nice Cameo vibe to it.

"Love On The Rise" by Kenny G and Kashif
Damn, I actually used to like Kenny G.

"This Is For You" by The System.
I agree David, they really should have a Best Of.




headbang "We Got The Juice" is HOT!! Man,that song is rockin!! And yes,I recall that System song "This Is For You".And "Shackles"?? Oh yes!! lol
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Reply #26 posted 01/19/04 12:58pm

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lyricsdaddy said:

How about "The Rain" by Oran 'Juice' Jones, that song was awesome (I've got the 45 around here someplace).



"you're just a squirrel tryin' to get a nut...now get on outta here...and DON'T TOUCH THAT COAT!" lol
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Reply #27 posted 01/19/04 1:00pm

TheRealFiness

DavidEye said:

intha916 said:

A few of the top of my head. Remeber these?


"We Got The Juice" by Attitude.
Produced by the System, this was a real club banger in it;s day.

"Shackles" by RJ's Latest Arrivel
Another banger from the 80's

"Make A Move On Me Baby" by Charlie Singleton
First single from his debute album. Had a nice Cameo vibe to it.

"Love On The Rise" by Kenny G and Kashif
Damn, I actually used to like Kenny G.

"This Is For You" by The System.
I agree David, they really should have a Best Of.




headbang "We Got The Juice" is HOT!! Man,that song is rockin!! And yes,I recall that System song "This Is For You".And "Shackles"?? Oh yes!! lol



we got the juice was a kick ass track
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Reply #28 posted 01/19/04 1:10pm

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***"17" by Bill Summers and Summer Heat (1982)---"She's only 17...He's only 35".Silly lyrics,but a kickass New Wave feel to it.

***"Teenager" by Evelyn Champagne King (1983)---produced by Andre Cymone,this was a new sound for her.

***"This Time" by Kiara with Shanice (1988)

***"Call It What You Want" by Bill Summers and Summer Heat (1981)

***"Don't Think About It" by One Way (1987)

***"After You" by Bernard Wright (1986)

***"Shake You Down" by Gregory Abbott (1986)---I'm not kidding,people used to tell me I look just like this guy.For that reason,it was hard for me to really like this song...lol...
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Reply #29 posted 01/19/04 1:12pm

DavidEye

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davideye...

how do you store all this stuff in that nugget of yours?

im truly amazed everytime u come up with one of these things...



I never forget all this great music..lol...
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