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Where Did Our Love Go - Ripple Blast Singers - Rhythm And Blues Hits Of 64 (Vinyl, LP, Album)

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  1. Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for Rhythm, Love and Soul: The Sexiest Songs of R&B [WQED] - Various Artists on AllMusic - - This three-disc track box is a generally.
  2. The Spinners also appears in this compilation. Tracks of Disc 1; 1. Natural High ( Version) 2. Dream Merchant ( Version) 3. Gloria ( Version).
  3. Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for Rhythm & Blues: - Various Artists on AllMusic -
  4. hi I'm really hoping you can help me - my mother died just before christmas and she wanted a song played for her at her funeral but I just cannot find it. anywhere.. it was called "on top of the world" or "sitting on top of the world" or "top of the world" - and it was sung by a blonde woman - thats all she could say - I'm pretty sure it was a s song - and pretty sure its not the .
  5. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Rhythm And Blues Hits Of '69 on Discogs.3/5(3).
  6. Blues music traces its roots to the spirituals, work songs, and chants of African-American culture, and many of its best-known and earliest artists were African-American. As such, both Blues and Jazz music played an important role in the Civil Rights movement, which hit its peak in the s.
  7. Still, blues rockers ZZ Top have never turned down a good sexual metaphor ("Tube Snake Boogie"), while chitlin' circuit veterans Denise LaSalle and Barbara Carr continue the grand tradition of female blues singers reveling in raunch (see Carr's timeless "Bone Me .
  8. 22 tracks. why do fools fall in love-frankie lymon & teenagers, let the good times roll-Shirley & Lee, rip it up-little richard, i'm in love again-fats domino, eddie my love-teen queens, the great pretender-platters, honky tonk(pt 2)-bill doggett, smoke stack lightning-howlin wolf, please please please-james brown, fever-little willie john, in the still of the nite-five satins, long tall sally.

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