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Simplicious - Let Her Feel It FLAC album


Performer: Simplicious
Genre: Electronic / Soul and Funk music
Title: Let Her Feel It
Country: US
Released: 1984
Style: Disco
FLAC version ZIP size: 1300 mb
MP3 version ZIP size: 1133 mb
WMA version ZIP size: 1408 mb
Rating: 4.9
Votes: 990
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Simplicious Ft. Eugene Wilde - Let Her Feel It (12" Version) (Vocal).

K Lyrics "I could never leave", then she gave me her heart I told her. Don't talk down to me, baby, I'm drowning I'm so glad you found me She let me keep it back to the house Man, the wrist bust down Pink slip when they rowdy Matter of fact, I need you now. Eugene Wilde - Let Her Feel It (12 inch) HQsound. Jaki Graham-Round and Round.

Tracklist

Let Her Feel It (Vocal) 6:25
Let Her Feel It (Instrumental) 4:46

Versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
0-96945 Simplicious Let Her Feel It ‎(12") Philly World Records 0-96945 US 1984
12 BRW 13 Simplicious Let Her Feel It ‎(12") 4th & Broadway 12 BRW 13 UK 1984
DMD 734 Simplicious Let Her Feel It ‎(12", Promo) Philly World Records DMD 734 US 1984
7-99746 Simplicious Let Her Feel It ‎(7") Philly World Records 7-99746 US 1984
7-99746 Simplicious Let Her Feel It ‎(7", Promo) Philly World Records 7-99746 US 1984
BRW 13 Simplicious Let Her Feel It ‎(7", Single) 4th & Broadway BRW 13 UK 1984
none Simplicious Let Her Feel It ‎(Acetate, 12", S/Sided) Not On Label none US 1984

Gardagar
With Mr Eugene Wilde on lead vocals!

Tam
Many years ago I decided to find out what my favorite three disco/dance records are. This one came out as a definite #1. And altough I thought my top three would change every week or maybe even everyday Simplicious is still on top of my last as we speak. This record has it all: a very promising intro, wonderful bass line, a more than good swing and the wonderful vocal performance by Eugene Wilde. As we said at that time "a gem" and I think it still is.