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A Little Bit Moore: The Magic Of Melba Moore
The Best Of Ashford And Simpson
Ashford & Simpson
The Jones Girls
The Jones Girls
The Jones Girls is the self-titled debut album by American R&B vocal trio The Jones Girls. Released in 1979, it includes the million-selling single, "You Gonna Make Me Love Somebody Else", which charted at number five on the Soul Singles chart, number twelve on the Disco chart and number 38 on the Billboard Hot 100, the latter being their only major chart entry there during their career.
The Sound Of Philadelphia: Gamble & Huff's Greatest Hits
Love Come Down: The Best of Evelyn "Champagne" King
Evelyn "Champagne" King
Love Come Down: The Very Best of Evelyn "Champagne" King is a greatest hits album by Evelyn King. It includes the songs "Shame", "I Don't Know If It's Right", "Love Come Down" and "I'm in Love."
The Best Of The Emotions: Best Of My Love
Straight From The Heart
Straight from the Heart is the seventh studio album by American recording artist Patrice Rushen, released on April 14, 1982, by Elektra Records. It features her most recognizable song, "Forget Me Nots", the oft-sampled "Remind Me" and the popular instrumental workout "Number One". Straight from the Heart scored Rushen her first two nominations at the 1983 Grammy Awards for Best Female R&B Vocal Performance for "Forget Me Nots" and Best R&B Instrumental Performance for "Number One".
The album is Rushen's most successful album to date, peaking inside the top 20 of the Billboard 200 chart at number 14. The success of "Forget Me Nots" is perhaps considered the major contributor to the album's popularity at the time of its release.
The Best Of Deniece Williams: Gonna Take A Miracle
The Definitive Collection
The Glow Of Love
The Glow of Love is the debut studio album by Italian/American ensemble Change, released in April 1980. It includes the singles "A Lover's Holiday", "Searching" and "The Glow of Love"; all three singles simultaneously topped the US dance chart for nine weeks from May to June 1980. The album reached number twenty-nine on the US Billboard Album Chart and ten on the US Billboard Black Albums chart.
Happy To Be With You
Best Slow Jams - Volume One
Love's Train: The Best Of Funk Essentials Ballads
Skyy Line is the fourth album by New York City based group Skyy released in 1981 on Salsoul Records.
The Legacy Of Phyllis Hyman
The Essential Chris Jasper
Send Your Love
The Second Adventure
The 12 Inch Collection
20th Century Masters - The Millennium Collection: The Best Of Rick James & Friends
Juicy Fruit is a 1983 album by R&B group Mtume. It contains their No. 1 R&B hit, "Juicy Fruit". It was their third album for Epic Records.
You're the One for Me
"D" Train is the debut album by the American urban/post-disco group D-Train, released in United States on 1982 by Prelude Records, and in United Kingdom by Epic Records. The album was remastered by Canadian label "Unidisc Records" in 1992 including five bonus tracks.
The album was produced by its musical group member Hubert Eaves III.
Funkin' For Jamaica
Cheryl Lynn is the first studio album by the American singer Cheryl Lynn. It was officially released on October 13, 1978, by Columbia Records and included Lynn's first single and biggest hit "Got to Be Real". The album reached #23 on the U.S. pop albums charts and is regarded as her best record. It was certified Gold on February 23, 1979.
Best Of ..Movin' & Changin'
The Definitive Collection
Everybody Plays The Fool: The Best Of The Main Ingredient
The Main Ingredient
Past, Present And The Futures
Changes (Expanded Edition)
Changes is the third solo album by former Five Stairsteps member Keni Burke. It was released in 1982 on RCA Records and includes the often sampled track "Risin' to the Top"
The Ultimate Collection: Eddie Kendricks
The B. B. & Q. Band / All Night Long (Special Expanded Edition)
The B. B. & Q. Band
Good To Go Lover
Good to Go Lover is a 1986 studio album by American singer Gwen Guthrie. The album was produced by Guthrie, with musicians performing on the album including Larry Levan, two Surface members and Bernie Worrell, a Parliament-Funkadelic keyboardist.
The album spawned one big hit single, "Ain't Nothin' Goin' on But the Rent", reaching number 1 on both the US Billboard Dance Music/Club Play Singles and Hot Black Singles charts and number 42 on the pop chart. "Ain't Nothin' Goin' on But the Rent" was also a big hit in the UK, where it reached number 5 in the UK Singles Chart. The second single released from the album, a cover of " Close To You", reached number 25 in the UK.
Disco Nights (Expanded Edition)
Disco Nights is the debut album by American soul/disco group GQ, released in 1979 on the Arista label. The lead single "Disco Nights" was a major crossover hit, topping the R&B chart and peaking at #12 on the pop chart. The follow-up, a cover of Billy Stewart's 1965 classic "I Do Love You", also made the R&B top 5 and the pop top 20. On the back of its hit singles, the album became a big seller. It reached #2 R&B and #13 pop and was certified Platinum by the RIAA.
This album should not be confused with a later GQ compilation of the same name, and with a similar cover image.
Stone Jam is the fifth album by the American funk band Slave. It was released in 1980 on Cotillion Records and reissued in 1997 on Rhino Records. It was produced by Jimmy Douglass and Steve Washington. The album was listed on the Billboard 200, Billboard's 1981 Year-End Chart and was certified Gold by the RIAA. It contains the hit singles "Sizzlin' Hot", "Feel My Love", and "Watching You".
Soul Train Live
High Priority is the second album by American singer Cherrelle. Released on October 20, 1985, it reached #9 on the Top R&B/Hip-Hop albums chart and #36 on the Billboard 200. It generated Cherrelle's biggest pop hit with her duet with Alexander O'Neal, "Saturday Love" which peaked at #26 on the Billboard Hot 100.
Strawberry Letter 23: The Very Best Of The Brothers Johnson
The Brothers Johnson
VH-1 Behind The Music Presents: Gladys Knight & The Pips
Gladys Knight & The Pips
The S.O.S Band
Two Tons O' Fun
Two Tons Of Fun
Hustle! The Ultimate Fatback
The Fatback Band
Philly Groove Records Presents: The Early Years, Vol. 1
Steve Arrington's Hall Of Fame: Vol. 1
Steve Arrington's Hall of Fame, Vol.1 is the debut album by Steve Arrington and his band. By 1982, Arrington had been in Slave for almost five years and was ready to go solo. He formed his band simply called "Steve Arrington's Hall of Fame" and went to work on their debut album. Released in 1983, the album reached number 12 on the Top Soul Albums charts in 1983.
If You're Ready...The Best Of Enchantment
The Very Best Of The New Birth
The New Birth
Mahogany (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)
Mahogany was the second original motion picture soundtrack by Diana Ross, following her 1972 release Lady Sings the Blues. The soundtrack from the film Mahogany included the chart-topping single "Theme from Mahogany", which peaked at number-one on the Billboard Hot 100 chart in January 1976. The single's B-side, "No One's Gonna Be a Fool Forever", was not released as an album track.
The soundtrack reached #19 in the USA and sold over 275,000 copies.
The Best Of Ray, Goodman & Brown
Ray, Goodman & Brown
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