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  • Faezilkree
    In Lionel Richie's first album since his departure from the Commodores, he showed why he had become the undisputed leader of that classic '70s group. While the "softer side" dominates this and all of his solo efforts, it is a high-quality softer side for sure/5().

    28.01.2020 at 21:03 Reply

  • Duran
    Lionel Richie is the eponymous debut solo studio album by American singer Lionel Richie, released on October 6, , on Motown lampmoonredownrasotsouresamcaberna.coinfo was recorded and released while Richie was still a member of the Commodores; he left the group shortly after the album's lampmoonredownrasotsouresamcaberna.coinfo first single from the album, "Truly", topped the Billboard Hot Follow-up single "You Are" reached number four, and "My.

    30.01.2020 at 08:07 Reply

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    Aug 18, - Explore Anna's board "Lionel richie albums" on Pinterest. See more ideas about Lionel richie, Lionel, Lionel richie albums pins.

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  • Voodookree
    Lionel Richie was born on June 20, in Tuskegee, Alabama. Richie began his music career in the 60s before joining The Commodores in Richie was credited with writing many of their greatest hits and was songwriting for other artists by the end of the 70s.

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  • Faebar
    Format: (unknown), Year: , Label: Motown Records (ML), Length:

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  • Yomuro
    Dec 01,  · But best of all the album tracks is the soulful second-side opener “Round and Round,” which rivals “You Are” in its generous helping of hooks; the song is so wildly catchy, it’s frankly a bit weird that Motown didn’t see fit to release it as a single, and the song remains the best non-single to be found on any of Richie’s solo albums. Even the eighty-second album closer, “Just Put Some Love in Your .

    30.01.2020 at 06:33 Reply

  • Taukazahn
    "Stuck on You" is a song written by and originally recorded by Lionel Richie. It was the fourth single released from his second studio album Can't Slow Down released on May 1, , by Motown, and achieved chart success, particularly in the U.S. and the UK, where it peaked at number three and number 12, respectively."Stuck on You" reached number one on the Adult Contemporary chart, Richie's.

    02.02.2020 at 17:35 Reply

  • Brajas
    Lionel Richie's solo career began while he was still in the Commodores, as he wrote and sang (as a duet with Diana Ross) the theme to the Brooke Shields romance Endless Love, which became a bigger hit than any of the group's singles, thereby setting the stage for his departure and his self-titled solo debut. He wasn't working in unfamiliar territory, or with new musicians.

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