View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of British Soul Volume 2 on Discogs. Label: Goldmine Soul Supply - GSCD 79 • Format: CD Compilation • Country: UK • Genre: Rock, Funk / Soul, Pop • Style: Vocal, Pop Rock, Soul, Ballad. What Greater Love/5(4). California yacht-rock hitmakers who melded soul, rock, Southern-fried boogie, and R&B, detailing it all with a glimmering pop sheen. Read Full Biography. Overview ↓ Biography ↓ Discography ↓ Songs ↓ Credits ↓ Awards ↓ Related ↓. Love and romance were expressed in new and different ways with unique musical styles. It was led by a generation filled with energy, vision and desires - but one thing stayed the same - love still made the world go round. The Greatest Love Songs of the 60s collection includes original hits by the original artists on 8 CDs. Colourful Radio - Across the UK and beyond. Lain joined premier gospel outfit Nu Colours in Shortly after, the group enjoyed great success through the release of their debut album “Unlimited” which had such underground hits including “Tears”, “Greater Love” and “What in the World”. May 17, · CD, Maxi-Single Country: UK Released: Genre: Electronic Style: House TracklistHide Credits 1 Don't Say That It's Over (The Classic Radio Version) Remix – Frankie Knuckles 2 Don't Say That It's Over (The Classic Club Mix) Remix – Frankie Knuckles 3 Don't Say That It's Over (The Fierce Reprise) Remix – Frankie Knuckles Aug 25, · The album includes “A Night In Tunisia” and various bonus tracks including “Our Love Is Here to Stay” from An American In Paris. Gordon had all the jazz problems - heroin addiction. May 30, · Dobie Gillis (Dwayne Hickman) was an average teen living in America between and This was right before so much started to change in Like other red-blooded American teenage boys of his time, Dobie thought about money, cars and girls. He wished he had more of all three which led to funny schemes. Oct 25, · Considering he was a self taught pianist, Brian Auger's progress into the heart of the British modern jazz scene of the late 's and early 60's was particularly impressive. Omar released For Pleasure back in July to widespread acclaim. Known mainly for the super-smooth joint There's Nothing Like This and the fabulous Your Loss My Gain, this time around Omar dropped an absolute BOMB of an album in For Pleasure which had a lot more swagger about it. The production had a touch more of the hiphop about it, and the tracks, for my tastes, were of a higher .
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