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Im Not Getting Any Better - Freda Payne - Contact (Vinyl, LP)

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  • Dairn
    Find many great new & used options and get the best deals for Payne Freda - Band of Gold Vinyl Record at the best online prices at eBay! Sold by get_importcds % Positive feedback Contact seller. Payne Freda - Band of Gold Vinyl Record. item 5 Freda Payne - Band Of Gold [New Vinyl LP] UK - Import - Freda Payne - Band Of Gold [New.

    02.10.2019 at 04:07 Reply

  • Merisar
    FREDA PAYNE Vinyl Records and CDs Blessed with natural pitch and a strong voice, Freda Payne will forever be known for her '70s Soul hit "Band of Gold." Growing up in Detroit, she was at ease singing Motown style Soul, but it is her lesser known work as a jazz singer that has sustained her career.

    24.09.2019 at 01:18 Reply

  • Tosida
    This is Freda's first recording after she left Invictus. It contains the R&B single It's Yours to Have which I just love. I Get Carried Away is a beautiful ballad which should have been a big hit. Don't Wanna be Left out in Rain is a 6 plus minute semi- ballad which reminds me a little bit of I'm Not Getting Any Better from the Contact LP/5(8).

    30.09.2019 at 09:30 Reply

  • Mishura
    Contact is Freda Payne's fourth American released album and her second for Invictus Records. The majority of the material on this album contains sad themes, with the exception of "You Brought the Joy." The album begins with a dramatic minute medley of "I'm Not Getting Any Better" and "Suddenly It's Yesterday," both of which were written by Brian Holland and Lamont Dozier. Some people thought .

    02.10.2019 at 00:20 Reply

  • Nikocage
    Payne & Pleasure, an Album by Freda Payne. Released in on Dunhill (catalog no. DSX ; Vinyl LP). Genres: Soul. Featured peformers: Ray Parker Jr. (guitar), Scott Edwards (bass), Joe Sample (grand piano), Emil Richards (vibraphone), Shirley Jones (backing vocals), Edna Wright (backing vocals), Marti McCall (backing vocals), Julia Waters (backing vocals), Myrna Matthews (backing vocals.

    27.09.2019 at 13:41 Reply

  • Zolodal
    Contact was Freda Payne's fourth American released album and her second for Invictus Records. The majority of the material on this album contains sad themes, with the exception of You Brought the Joy. The album begins with a dramatic minute medley of I'm Not Getting Any Better and Suddenly It's.

    01.10.2019 at 06:52 Reply

  • Nakus
    Contact [VINYL] Freda Payne. Vinyl: £ Band Of Gold [VINYL] Freda Payne. Vinyl: £ Reaching Out [VINYL] Freda Payne. Vinyl: £ Band Of Gold + Contact Freda Payne. MP3: £ Come Back to Me Love Freda Payne. CD: £ Band Of Gold Freda Payne. CD.

    29.09.2019 at 17:27 Reply

  • Dazahn
    The LP The Best Of Freda Payne contained some new material, and in she cut the album Reaching Out which received mixed reviews. Never happy with the financial rewards coming her way from Invictus, her last single there was, perhaps appropriately, Two Wrongs Don't Make A Right which struggled to # 75 on the R&B charts in September b/w /5(6).

    29.09.2019 at 14:48 Reply