Lionel Petersen - I'll Take You Where The Music's Playing mp3 flac download
Watch this live performance of the Lionel Richie classic 'Endless Love' at Royal Albert Hall in 1994, originally released on Luther Vandross' Grammy nominated 1994, Songs. My first love (yeah) You're every breath that I take You're every step I make. For almost 25 years, from 1981 to 2005, Luther Vandross dominated the American R&B music charts like no other artist before or since. In that span he released eight R&B albums, seven R&B singles and another five Top 20 R&B singles.
And it's the bass line to 'I'll Take You There. In fact, it came out in Jamaica and in England two years before 'I'll Take You There' came out in America. After meticulously going over and over this portion of this song, I determined that where the lyrics written here of "Play your, play your piano now All right Ah do it do it Come on now Play on it, play on it Daddy daddy daddy Ooh, Lord All right now Baby, easy now Now, come on, little lady All right.
In June, "I'll Take You There" reached the top of the Billboard Hot 100 for one week. Billboard ranked it as the No. 19 song for 1972. The song, ranked on the Rolling Stone list of the 500 Greatest Songs of All Time and inducted into the Grammy Hall of Fame in 1999, remains the most successful and. recognizable single of the Staples' half-century-long career. Canada RPM Top Singles. from the album Threesome: Music From the Motion Picture.
I'll take you there) Take you, take you, take you over there! . First included on the soul/gospel band The Staple Singers' 1972 album Be Altitude: Respect Yourself, I’ll Take You There was written/produced by Al Bell. The song hit in the US and has been sampled and interpolated into many modern songs across several decades, like Big Daddy Kane’s I’ll Take You There and Salt N Pepa’s Let’s Talk About Sex for example. What have the artists said about the song? Per a couple of the band’s players –. (The song was) written on the spot.
Sounds Of The 60s. Various Artists. Paul Petersen (b. September 23, 1945) is an American movie actor, singer, novelist, and activist. Petersen achieved fame in the 1960s, at an early age, by playing Donna Reed's son, Jeff Stone, on The Donna Reed Show.
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|A1||Bouncy Bouncy Bounce
Arranged By – Robert John LangeMixed By – Robert John Lange
|A2||Swing Your Daddy||2:43|
|A4||Dolly My Love||3:05|
|A5||That's The Way I Like It||3:05|
|B1||I'll Take You Where The Music's Playing||3:00|
|B2||It's Been So Long||2:36|
|B3||Star On A T.V. Show||3:01|
|B4||Young Gifted and Black||5:44|
|B5||Hang On In There Baby||3:22|
- Printed By – Artone Press
- Manufactured By – Teal
- Distributed By – Teal
- Arranged By – John Gallan
- Photography – Sam Kieser
- Producer – Peter Vee
|PLC 5019||Lionel Petersen||I'll Take You Where The Music's Playing (LP, Album)||MVN||PLC 5019||Mozambique||1975|
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