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Super Bad (Digitally Remastered)
Touch The Sky
Greatest Hits: Ohio Players
Steppin' Out (Bonus Track Version)
Talk It Up (Tell Everybody)
Harold Melvin And The Blue Notes
The Lost Episode
The Best of Oldies Soul: The Delfonics Live!
Very Best Of Heatwave
The Sweet Soul Show: Live at Newark's Symphony Hall - Volume 3 (Digitally Remastered)
The Persuaders & The Stylistics
The Essential Emotions - The Columbia Years
Rose Royce III: Strikes Again!
Strikes Again is the third album released by the Funk band Rose Royce on the Whitfield label in August 1978. It was produced by Norman Whitfield.
The Very Best Of Lakeside Live!
I Never Had a Chance / The Girl I Love (Digital 45)
Save the Children
Save the Children is the nineteenth studio album by American singer-songwriter Bobby Womack. The album was released in 1989, by SOLAR Records.
Somebody Loves You Back: The Mixes
Back Where I Belong
Home for Christmas
Journey to the Land Of...Enchantment
Journey to the Land Of... Enchantment is the third album by Detroit, Michigan-based R&B group Enchantment. Released in 1979, this album charted at number twenty-five on the R&B albums chart in 1979. This was their last album for Roadshow Records before moving on to RCA Records the following year.
My Way is the debut album by former The Delfonics vocalist Major Harris. Released in 1975 and recorded at Sigma Sound Studios, Harris scored a hit in the United States with the single "Love Won't Let Me Wait". The single hit number five on the pop chart and number one on the soul chart for one week. It was awarded a gold disc by the RIAA. on June 25, 1975.
You've Got To Take It (If You Want It) / You've Got To Take It (If You Want It) (Instrumental) [Digital 45]
The Main Ingredient
Life and Breath
Do It Baby
"Do It Baby", was a 1974 R&B album by The Miracles issued on Motown's Tamla subsidiary label. It was noted as the second album by the group featuring new lead singer Billy Griffin, after the departure of original Miracles lead singer Smokey Robinson two years earlier. This was the first-ever Miracles album which had absolutely no creative input from Robinson whatsoever. While the group's first album with Griffin, Renaissance, was critically acclaimed but commercially unsuccessful, "Do It Baby" was much more successful, reaching No. 41 on the Billboard pop albums chart and No. 4 of the Billboard R&B albums chart.
The Essential Manhattans
The Best of the Gap Band, Vol. 2
The Gap Band
Live (Expanded Edition)
Ruffin & Kendrick
Ruffin & Kendrick is the last album by David Ruffin and Eddie Kendricks, former members and lead singers of The Temptations.
Pray For The Lion
Something To Love
Something to Love is the fourth studio album by Los Angeles, California -based band, L.T.D., released in 1977 on the A&M label.
Caravan of Love (Expanded Version)
Isley, Jasper, Isley
Don't You Dare
The Essential Brick
Gladys Knight (Expanded Edition)
Don't Let Go (Expanded Edition)
Don't Let Go is the fourteenth studio album by American soul musician Isaac Hayes. The album was released in 1979, by Polydor Records. The album debuted at number 39 on the Billboard 200.
Rock & Soul
The Moments Featuring Mark Greene
Niecy (Expanded Edition)
Niecy is a 1982 album by American singer Deniece Williams which was released on the Columbia Records label. The album went to numbers 20 and 5 on the US Billboard Top 200 Albums and Billboard R&B Albums charts. Featured on the album was a cover of The Royalettes' "It's Gonna Take a Miracle", which was released as a single, peaked at numbers 1, 6 and 10 on the US Billboard R&B, Adult Contemporary Singles and Hot 100 charts respectively.
Mainline & Other Favorites - Live
Alligator Woman is a 1982 album by American Funk/R&B band Cameo. Released on March 22, 1982 by Casablanca Records, it is the group's eighth studio album. The cover artwork model is Canadian singer/model Vanity.
The Best Of Leon Haywood
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