Bobby Powell - Spread Your Love FLAC album
Genre: Soul and Funk music / Blues
Title: Spread Your Love
Style: Louisiana Blues, Rhythm & Blues
FLAC version ZIP size: 1134 mb
MP3 version ZIP size: 1542 mb
WMA version ZIP size: 1339 mb
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Over the Top is an album by British rock drummer Cozy Powell. It was Powell's first solo album, and it featured many well-known musicians playing alongside him. "Theme One" (George Martin) – 3:36. Killer" (Don Airey) – 7:16. Heidi Goes to Town" (Cozy Powell, Airey) – 2:57. El Sid" (Bernie Marsden) – 5:09. Sweet Poison" (Max Middleton) – 8:24. The Loner" (Dedicated to Jeff Beck) (Middleton) – 4:50. Over the Top" (Airey, Powell, Pyotr Tchaikovsky) – 8:39.
Album Info (This Release). Release date label labelcode medium genre submit corrections. Total Visits This Week. 11. Wiggle In Your Walk. 12. Let Me Love You. 00'00. 13. Spread Your Love All Over Me. 14. All My World Is Wrapped Up In You.
A Fool For You. Your browser does not support the audio element. I Can't Stop Loving You.
For Your Love is the first American album by English rock band the Yardbirds. Released in July 1965, it contains new studio recordings along with previously released singles. The album features some of the earliest recordings by guitarists Eric Clapton and his replacement Jeff Beck.
Baton Rouge's Bobby Powell had some minor chart success in the '60s, most notably with his version of the blues classic ".
Vendi questa versione. Bobby Powell – ‘Explains the Glory of Love’ (Hep’ Me 1001 p/s LP, US ‘7?) Rispondi Avvertimi Helpful. Edizione principale -. Note sulla pubblicazione: (facoltativo).
Bobby Henderson Powell (born July 25, 1943) is an American rhythm and blues and gospel singer and pianist. He was born near Winnfield, Louisiana, and attended the Louisiana State School for the Negro Blind at Southern University in Baton Rouge. After singing in gospel groups, he began singing R&B and recorded for local entrepreneur and record producer Lionel Whitfield's Whit record label in Shreveport, releasing "What Are You Trying to Do to Me" in 1965.
|A1||Let Me Love You|
|A2||The Night Time Is The Right Time|
|A3||Spread Your Love|
|A4||I Can't Stop Lovin' You|
|B1||A Fool For You|
|B3||All My Worldly Possessions|
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