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Reply #60 posted 05/15/20 7:53am

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Don't Look Any Further - Dennis Edwards and Siedah Garrett

Saturday Love - Cherelle Featuring Alexander O'Neal

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Reply #61 posted 05/15/20 8:53am

namepeace

PrettyMan72 said:

Saturday Love - Cherelle Featuring Alexander O'Neal


A super duo.

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Reply #62 posted 05/15/20 9:24am

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PrettyMan72 said:

Don't Look Any Further - Dennis Edwards and Siedah Garrett

This was first recorded by Jermaine Jackson & Whitney Houston, but it was never released.

For 65 years straight, the #1 genre in music, selling wise, was rock n' roll worldwide. Last year (2017) in June, it got de-crowned by hip hop. Hip hop is the #1 genre. It's hip hop - rock - country - pop or pop - country. ~ Pras
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Reply #63 posted 05/15/20 1:44pm

looby

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I've always loved Linda Ronstadt's duet with Aaron Neville - Don't Know Much. Beautiful.

I also love the entire Ray Charles Genius Loves Company duets.

Prince and Rosie Gaines - Nothing Compares.....

I love the Prince and Rosie Gaines "Nothing Compares" duet too, as well as the Linda Ronstadt and Aaron Neville "Don't Know Much" one. I don't think I know the Ray Charles ones. I saw a lot of duets mentioned by other posters that I love as well, but they would take too long to list. lol....However, I did love the Lionel Richie-Diana Ross "Endless Love" duet, but not so much after they appeared on one of the award shows and sang it a long time ago. I remember poor Lionel singing his heart out to Diana, but she just ignored him and sung directly to the camera instead lol.....I remember feeling so bad for Lionel! lol....Does anyone else remember this?

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Reply #64 posted 05/15/20 3:51pm

RJOrion

Diamonds & Pearls
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Reply #65 posted 05/16/20 8:34am

MickyDolenz

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I thought this was about separate acts who made songs together, not groups like Ashford & Simpson. If those can count, then why not songs like More Than Words by Extreme or songs by The Beatles, Earth Wind & Fire, O'Jays, The Temptations, etc. where they have songs with 2 or more singers doing leads.

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Reply #66 posted 05/16/20 8:43am

RJOrion

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I thought this was about separate acts who made songs together, not groups like Ashford & Simpson. If those can count, then why not songs like More Than Words by Extreme or songs by The Beatles, Earth Wind & Fire, O'Jays, The Temptations, etc. where they have songs with 2 or more singers doing leads.




it says duets, Bro...not separate acts...Ashford and Simpson is 2 people
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Reply #67 posted 05/16/20 9:05am

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RJOrion said:

it says duets, Bro...not separate acts...Ashford and Simpson is 2 people

You put Diamonds & Pearls. Prince & The NPG is not 2 people. lol

For 65 years straight, the #1 genre in music, selling wise, was rock n' roll worldwide. Last year (2017) in June, it got de-crowned by hip hop. Hip hop is the #1 genre. It's hip hop - rock - country - pop or pop - country. ~ Pras
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Reply #68 posted 05/16/20 9:13am

RJOrion

MickyDolenz said:



RJOrion said:


it says duets, Bro...not separate acts...Ashford and Simpson is 2 people

You put Diamonds & Pearls. Prince & The NPG is not 2 people. lol



NPG aint singing on the song though, its just P and Rosie, but you did get me on a technicality, so i will defer to your comment as such πŸ‘πŸΏπŸ˜Ž
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Reply #69 posted 05/18/20 6:42pm

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During their tenure with Jam and Lewis, it was always a delight to hear Cherrelle and Alexander O' Neal on a duet.
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Reply #70 posted 05/21/20 11:24am

MickyDolenz

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ChantΓ© Moore & Keith Washington ~ I Love You

ChantΓ© Moore & Keith Washington ~ Candlelight And You

Waylon Jennings & Willie Nelson ~ Mammas Don't Let Your Babies Grow Up To Be Cowboys
Jerry Butler & Brenda Lee Eager ~ Ain't Understanding Mellow
Jerry Butler & Debra Henry ~ Don't Be Like An Island
Larry Williams & Johnny "Guitar" Watson ~ Too Late
Dolly Parton & Kenny Rogers ~ Islands In The Stream

Ray Charles & Julia Rinker Miller ~ Come And Knock On Our Door

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Reply #71 posted 05/23/20 3:02pm

namepeace

ReddBlitz said:

During their tenure with Jam and Lewis, it was always a delight to hear Cherrelle and Alexander O' Neal on a duet.


They were great together.

Good night, sweet Prince | 7 June 1958 - 21 April 2016

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Reply #72 posted 05/23/20 3:03pm

namepeace

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Dolly Parton & Kenny Rogers ~ Islands In The Stream

yet another grave oversight on my part. one of the greatest duets of the decade.

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