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NICKI RICHARDS-LAY YOUR HANDS ON ME PARRISH JAMES AFRO HOUSE ONCEOVER REMIX.

NICKI RICHARDS-LAY YOUR HANDS ON ME PARRISH JAMES AFRO HOUSE ONCEOVER REMIX. One of the latest musical innovations is releasing an E.P. featuring multiple remixes of a single. Usually, the E.P. features the original version of a single, plus three other remixes. For Hawaii born and New York-based Nicki Richards, she took this concept one …

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LUTHER VANDROSS-GIVE ME THE REASON.

LUTHER VANDROSS-GIVE ME THE REASON. There aren’t many singers that go from singing backing vocals to releasing a string of gold and platinum albums. While that might sound like the stuff of fiction, that’s what happened to Luther Vandross. During the late seventies, Luther was singing backing vocals for Chic, while no doubt studying Niles …

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CHERYL LYNN-INSTANT LOVE.

CHERYL LYNN-INSTANT LOVE. When Cheryl Lynn released her eponymous debut album Cheryl Lynn, it contained a single that since then, has become synonymous with Cheryl, Got To Be Real. It reached number one in the US R&B Charts, while her debut album was certified gold. Since then, Got To Be Real has become a disco …

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ARETHA FRANKLIN-JUMP TO IT.

ARETHA FRANKLIN-JUMP TO IT. Before Jump To It was released in 1982, Aretha Franklin’s career was going through something of a lean spell. It had been six years since Aretha’s last top forty single Something He Can Feel and six years since her 1976 album Sparkle had been certified gold. Since then, Aretha had released …

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ARETHA FRANKLIN-GET IT RIGHT.

ARETHA FRANKLIN-GET IT RIGHT. By the early eighties, Aretha Franklin’s wasn’t enjoying the same success as earlier on in her career. It had been ten long years since one of her albums had been certified gold. As if that wasn’t bad enough, she hadn’t had a single enter the top forty since 1976s Sparkle and …

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