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Natalie Cole - Someone That I Used To Love FLAC album


Performer: Natalie Cole
Genre: Pop music
Title: Someone That I Used To Love
Country: UK
Released: 1980
Style: Vocal, Ballad
FLAC version ZIP size: 1499 mb
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Rating: 4.8
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Produced by Michael Masser. Album Don't Look Back. Someone That I Used To Love Lyrics. When I wake up each morning Trying to find myself And if I'm ever the least unsure I always remind myself. It was first recorded in 1977 by Bette Midler, the song became a 1980 hit single via a recording by Natalie Cole. It would in fact be three years before Someone That I Used to Love was recorded and released, Michael Masser producing and playing piano on the Natalie Cole version which was issued as the lead single from her 1980 album Don’t Look Back. Someone That I Used to Love also peaked at on the Billboard R&B chart and is therefore not among Cole’s biggest R&B hits: the track did afford Cole her first Top Ten Adult Contemporary hit (.

Natalie is a 1976 album by American singer Natalie Cole. The album features the hit singles, "Sophisticated Lady (She's a Different Lady)" and "Mr. Melody". The track, "Sophisticated Lady (She's a Different Lady)" peaked at No. 1 on Billboard's Hot R&B Singles and No. 25 on the Billboard Hot 100 Charts. All tracks written by Chuck Jackson and Marvin Yancy, except where noted. Natalie Cole – lead vocals, backing vocals.

While Cole scored an adult contemporary hit with the soft rock ballad "Someone That I Used to Love" off the album, the album itself failed to go gold. In 1981, Cole's personal problems, including battles with drug addiction, began to attract public notice, and her career suffered as a result. In 1983, following the release of her album I'm Ready, released on Epic, Cole entered a rehab facility in Connecticut and stayed there for a period of six months. Natalie Cole Leaves The Past Behind Cole Experiences Renewal on New Album 'Leavin' – HOLLYWOOD, Calif. September 24, 2006) by Caitlin A. Johnson – CBSnews. com Retrieved on 05-23-07. Natalie Cole Offers a Candid Look At Her Life in TV One On One Interview Premiering Sunday, Sept.

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Someone That I Used to Love (1980). A rueful torch song written by pop Midases Gerry Goffin and Michael Masser, this cut from 1980's Don't Look Back became a surprise hit on the adult-contemporary charts for Cole. In 1983, Cole entered rehab for six months, and she began her comeback with the 1985 album Dangerous. But Everlasting, which came out in 1987 and was her first release on EMI-Manhattan Records, kicked off her return to the spotlight in earnest; this gorgeous ballad, with an impassioned performance by Cole, reached Number Two on the Adult Contemporary charts in 1988.

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Natalie Cole scored 18 Hot 100 pop hits up to the time of the album's release, so an all-inclusive album of her chart hits would have been a realistic possibility. As it goes, many of her bigger hits - "Jump Start," "Sophisticated Lady," "Someone That I Used to Love" - are not on this album. Her earlier hits, among them "Mr. Melody" and "Our Love," are included as live recordings. Also, there is heavy emphasis on selections from her 1999 album Snowfall on the Sahara

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Tracklist Hide Credits

A Someone That I Used To Love
Producer – Michael MasserWritten-By – Michael Masser
4:05
B Don't Look Back
Producer – Gene Barge, Marvin YancyWritten-By – Allen*, Yancy*, Cole*
4:09

Notes

From The Forthcoming LP "Don't Look Back" ST-12079

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
CL 16166 Natalie Cole Someone That I Used To Love ‎(7") Capitol Records CL 16166 UK 1980
4869 Natalie Cole Someone That I Used To Love ‎(7") Capitol Records 4869 US 1980
4869 Natalie Cole Someone That I Used To Love ‎(7") Capitol Records 4869 Canada 1980
X-6266 Natalie Cole Someone That I Used To Love ‎(7", RE) Capitol Records, Starline X-6266 US Unknown
2 C 008 86250, 2C 008-86.250 Natalie Cole Someone That I Used To Love ‎(7", Single) Capitol Records, Capitol Records 2 C 008 86250, 2C 008-86.250 France 1980