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Well Never Part - L-Kae - To Another Level (CD, Album)


Download Well Never Part - L-Kae - To Another Level (CD, Album)
2002
Label: OverKnight Music Inc. - 2621CD • Format: CD Album • Country: US • Genre: Funk / Soul • Style: RnB/Swing, Soul


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9 Responses

  1. JoJoshura says:
    "The Wanting" has got me wanting more Cody. This album is a masterpiece! With this album Cody has taken his songwriting on another level. He just keeps on getting better and better. It's quite remarkable to witness his growth as a musician and a songwriter. Simply amazing! He's /5().
  2. Zuluzshura says:
    Blackstreet's second album really does take the Riley R&B sound to ANOTHER LEVEL. It's one of the best R&B albums we've heard in a long time. The tracks here are unbelievably funky, and though two of Blackstreet's four singers have turned over since the debut--the new ones are Eric Williams and Mark L. Middleton--the vocal harmonies are /5(50).
  3. Arashigrel says:
    There are only about 2 songs on it that I like.. maybe another 2 that are tolerable. Too much funk for me. I decided to give Heart, Mind and Soul a try after reading the reviews here and listening to the samples. Well I was in my car during the first listen of this CD. The first song/5(48).
  4. Fegar says:
    "Happy Song" is another song where BLACKstreet harmonizes especially well. Mark does a great job covering this song. It's a nice song to relax to. It's about just well, relaxing! I feel that sometimes interludes get pretty repetitive on R&B albums, but I like the ones on "Another Level" because they strayed away from the norm/5(78).
  5. Doura says:
    View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Never, Never, Land on Discogs.
  6. Muzuru says:
    View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of You'll Never See on Discogs.
  7. Zulkirg says:
    Line Level Music is proud to announce the release of "The Job", the new album from Michael Stanley. Following in the footsteps of 's critically acclaimed "The Ride", "The Job" features thirteen new original Stanley songs and was once again mixed by legendary producer/engineer Bill Szymczyk (The Eagles, The Who, Joe Walsh, Santana, The James Gang, The J. Geils Band) and features the talents.
  8. Akinoran says:
    A: I'll Never Be The Same (Part 1) B: I'll Never Be The Same (Part 2) Credits Arranged By – Patrick Adams; Written-By, Producer – Ed Carpenter, Greg Carmichael, Patrick Adams.
  9. Gardarn says:
    Jul 31,  · One sometimes-touted reason to own a turntable is to listen to the ever-shrinking universe of albums that have never been released digitally. Yet, I do not think I have ever run into one. Of course, any record can be ripped and put on a CD nowadays, but that, of course, is not what I'm talking diechiporabopi.siotanitipersnumbsearpemamissbronsilk.co, my question to you, fellow vinyl-enthusiasts: What albums do you own or know of that have.

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