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Loleatta Holloway - That's What You Said / There’ll Come A Time mp3 flac download

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That's What You Said / There’ll Come A Time
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Album · 1979 · 11 Songs. There Must Be a Reason. 4. That's What You Said. 5. Baby It's You. 3:59. 6. There'll Come a Time. That's What You Said (12" Disco Version).

That's What You Said, There’ll Come A Time ‎(7", Single, Styrene). Loleatta Holloway (Album). I May Not Be There When You Want Me (But I'm Right On Time).

That's What You Said. Arranged By – Jack FaithMixed By – Rick GianatosProducer – Bunny Sigler. Producer – Bobby Womack, Patrick Moten. Arranged By – Tom WashingtonProducer – Floyd Smith.

That's How Heartaches Are Made. The Greatest Performance Of My Life. The Queens Anthem (Cummin' In My Rollers Mix). The Queens Anthem (Cummin' In My Rollers Radio Mix). The Queens Anthem (Satisfied Mix). The Queens Anthem (Three Blind Mice Mix). Two Sides To Every Story.

1. 2. All About the Paper. 3. Loleatta Holloway.

Around this time, she met her future producer, manager, and husband Floyd Smith, and recorded "Rainbow ’71" in 1971, a Curtis Mayfield song that Gene Chandler had recorded in 1963. It was initially released on the Apache label, but was picked up for national distribution by Galaxy Records. In the early 1970s, Holloway signed a recording contract with the Atlanta-based soul music label Aware, part of the General Recording Corporation (GRC), owned by Michael Thevis. There, she appeared billed as Cappella featuring Loleatta Holloway on the single "Take Me Away" (UK Holloway's fortunes dramatically improved, however, when she had her first US hit when Marky Mark and the Funky Bunch featured her vocals in the chart-topping "Good Vibrations" (1991). That's What You Said".

Loleatta Holloway - There'll Come a Time. Loleatta Holloway - That's What You Said. Loleatta Holloway - The Greatest Performance of My Life. Loleatta Holloway - There Must Be a Reason. Loleatta Holloway - Love Sensation - Dr. Packer Rework.

Who knows where your love goes When he closed the door We have understanding and that means much more But I don't have to worry where he goes 'Cause I know that he'll be coming home You better give up or you'll never win You better give up hanging on to him Can't you see Oh no you're.

Tracklist

That's What You Said 3:32
There’ll Come A Time 4:45

Versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
G7 4021 Loleatta Holloway That's What You Said / There’ll Come A Time ‎(7", Single, Styrene) Gold Mind Records G7 4021 US 1979
G7 4021 DJ Loleatta Holloway That's What You Said ‎(7", Single, Promo) Gold Mind Records G7 4021 DJ US 1979