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Got To Be Real - Various - Back To Love: The Mix (CD)

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  1. Apr 04,  · Best of My Love 4 Lady Marmalade 5 I Love Music 6 Disco Lady 7 Got to Be Real 8 Word Up! 9 Play That Funky Music (Single Version) 10 Celebration (Album Version) 11 Sexual Healing 12 Never Too Much 13 Boogie Wonderland 14 The Love I Lost (Single Version) 15 T.S.O.P/5().
  2. Got To Be Real: – Aretha Franklin: Who's Zoomin Who: – Pointer Sisters: Automatic: – Evelyn "Champagne" King* Love Come Down: – Keni Burke: Rising To The Top: – Michael Wycoff: Looking Up To You: – The O'Jays: For The Love Of Money: – The Fatback Band: I Found Lovin' – Mantronix: Got To.
  3. Mar 05,  · Song Got To Be Real (Album Version) Artist Cheryl Lynn; Writers David Paich, David Foster, Cheryl Lynn; Licensed to YouTube by SME, UMG (on behalf of Walt Disney Records); Peermusic, BMI.
  4. Aug 03,  · You’ll hear a lot of artists say, ‘I don’t like to dwell on the past. I just like to move forward and think of the future,’” Talking Heads and Tom Tom Club co-founder Chris Frantz.
  5. Jun 04,  · Vocally she is one of the best female artists around. She is down to Earth and charasmatic. I wish that we lived in a world where your talent got you what you deserved but unfortunately we do not. This album is remarkable for it time back then when it was recorded and remarkable for now as a look back into a time when music meant something/5(78).
  6. Essential: Get The Party Started [Sony] (3-CD) by Various Artists - CD () for $ from tisrcastprepnimulfecattamadogscandio.coinfo Pop / Rock - Order by Phone Price: $
  7. Various Artists - Platinum R&B Party - CD. Average Rating: () stars out of 5 stars 1 ratings Pts. 1 & 2 Dance to the Music The Love I Lost I Love Music Boogie Wonderland Best of My Love Got to Be Real It Only Takes a Minute Boogie Oogie Oogie Can't Get Enough of Your Love, Babe Tsop (The Sound of Philadelphia) Never Too Much Sexual 4/5(1).
  8. Another entry in Shout! Factory's ongoing series of triple-CD box compilations promoted on PBS, this one is more cohesively presented. Sequenced to flow like a typical party, the discs of this predominantly '70s-era track R&B collection are divided into three connected parts.
  9. Records of numerous styles provided the soundtrack, as long as they had the stabs and "points" that enabled the dramatic movements and poses. A three-track stretch on disc two exemplifies the stylistic range of the scene's backdrop. The Tom Moulton mix of MFSB's "Love Is the Message," a universal disco anthem, is sprawling and supremely elegant.

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