The Loving Kind - Ain't That Peculiar / With Rhyme And Reason FLAC album
Title: Ain't That Peculiar / With Rhyme And Reason
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Vee Sing Zone – Ain't That Peculiar. Vee Sing Zone – You Ain't Seen Nothing Yet. 4:39. Vee Sing Zone – Sometimes Love Just Ain't Enough. Vee Sing Zone – Ain't That A Kick In The Head. Vee Sing Zone – Ain't Nothing Like The Real Thing. Vee Sing Zone – Ain't No Doubt. Vee Sing Zone – Ain't It Funny. Vee Sing Zone – Ain't No Sunshine.
Marvin Gaye originally released Ain't That Peculiar written by Marvin Tarplin, Warren Moore, Smokey Robinson and Bobby Rogers and Marvin Gaye released it on the single Ain't That Peculiar in 1965. It was also covered by Alexis Korner, Sounds Orchestral featuring Johnny Pearson, 藤井麻輝, Ryuichi, Smokey Robinson & James Taylor and other artists. It is sampled by Oddisee.
The song 'Ain't That Peculiar' by Smokey Robinson has a tempo of 82 beats per minute (BPM) on 'Smokey & Friends'. This song is played at 82 Beats Per Minute (Andante), or 21 Measures/Bars Per Minute. Time Signature: 4/4. Use the Metronome below to practice at this tempo. Video Ain't That Peculiar. Smokey & Friends. 8. Ain't That Peculiar. Top Songs Smokey Robinson.
Fanny (2) – Ain't That Peculiar. Label: Reprise Records – REP 14165. Producer – Richard Perry. From the Reprise Album K 44174 - "Fanny Hill". Matrix, Runout (Runout (Etched) Side A): PAA 5260. Matrix, Runout (Runout (Etched) Side B): PAA 5267.
Lyrics to Ain't That Peculiar by Marvin Gaye from the Anthology album - including song video, artist biography, translations and more! . through tears? (tears, tears, tears). Now ain't that peculiar baby? Peculiar-arity Ain't it peculiar, honey? Peculiar as can be. Said I don't understand it baby It's so strange sometimes Ain't it peculiar, darling? Watch: New Singing Lesson Videos Can Make Anyone A Great Singer.
The double-album sleeve notes read: "Motown's legendary Funk Brothers and members of Philadelphia's world renowned MFSB take you 'back in the day' with an album filled with classic Philly and Motown hits. Bob Babbitt, Joe Hunter, Uriel Jones, and Eddie Willis performed alongside other notable Detroit session musicians, like Ray Monette, Robert Jones, Spider Webb, and Treaty Womack. Baby I Need Your Loving" - The Four Tops. Baby Love" – The Supremes. Come See About Me" – The Supremes. Ain't That Peculiar" – Marvin Gaye. Da-Day" – Stevie Wonder.
Ain't That Peculiar" is a 1965 song recorded by American soul musician Marvin Gaye for the Tamla (Motown) label. The single was produced by Smokey Robinson, and written by Robinson, and fellow Miracles members Bobby Rogers, Pete Moore, and Marv Tarplin. Ain't That Peculiar" features Gaye, with The Andantes on backing vocals, singing about the torment of a painful relationship. The single was Gaye's second .
Honey you do me wrong but still I'm crazy bout you Stay away too long and I can't do without you You tell me lies that should be obvious to me But I'm so much in love with you baby till I don't want to see Ain't that peculiar a peculiarality
|1||Ain't That Peculiar|
|2||With Rhyme And Reason|
NotesDate stamped in ink on side A
|7N 35342||The Loving Kind||Ain't That Peculiar / With Rhyme And Reason (7", Single)||Piccadilly||7N 35342||UK||1966|