All' N All 'is the eighth album of Earth, Wind & Fire and also one of the best known. The album contains the R & B hit singles "Fantasy" and "Serpentine Fire" and the ballad "I'll Write A Song For You "sung by Phillip Bailey." Everything 'N All' reached the dry double platinum status and won a Grammy for Best R & B vocals. The song 'Runnin' has won 1978 a Grammy Award for best R & B instrumental. The album has been remastered and contains three bonus tracks.
A 1977 live album by Isaac Hayes & Dionne Warwick, "A Man And A Woman".In addition to tracks associated with each of the performers – such as ‘Then Came You’ (Dionne’s 1974 chart-topping duet with The Spinners) and Isaac’s 1975 hits, ‘Chocolate Chip’ and ‘Come Live With Me’ – the pair created some great combinations of hits of the day including a fourteen-minute-plus whirlwind medley of seven songs; and a soulful combo of ‘Feelings’ and ‘My Eyes Adored You’.
The Columbia Anthology," a 29-track 2-CD retrospective drawn from the four albums recorded by award-winning songstress Regina Belle between 1987-1995. Prime tracks from Regina’s 1987 “All By Myself” debut LP, her two certified gold albums – 1989’s "Stay With Me" and 1993’s "Passion" – and her final Columbia set, 1995’S "Reachin' Back" selected for this anthology showcase Regina’s vocal prowess and dexterity as a stellar lyrical interpreter on a diversity of material.
Following on from BBR’s re-issues of Eruption’s first two releases, Hot Shot Records are proud to present the expanded and re-mastered edition of “On The Race Track” by Precious Wilson. Complete with extensive liner notes and several extended disco versions of the classic Eruption singles this is a must have for all R&B, Disco, Dance and Pop fans.
Tower of Power – the most dynamic and distinctive band of survivors in Soul Music – is roaring into its unprecedented 50th anniversary with a dynamic disc of all new material. A labor of love, definitively titled Soul Side of Town, this package is charged with 14 killer songs, primarily composed by the hit-making team offounding members Emilio Castillo and Stephen “Doc” Kupka who also hold down the world famous 5-man Tower of Power Horns.
Cheryl’s self-titled debut album also included another dance anthem, ‘Star Love’ as well as a cover of ‘Come In From The Rain’ (a 1977 hit for Captain & Tennille) and four more songs that Cheryl wrote or co-wrote. The album was certified gold, reaching No. 5 on the U.S. R&B and No. 23 on Top 200 Albums’ charts.
This second volume of Soul & Funk from Mirage is again packed full of great extended version’s alongside club mixes, dub mixes, mega-rare 12 inch version’s and a 2009 new sound edit from the great Paul Simpson.
A really wonderful album from Keni Burke, recorded around the same time as his classic Changes set, and in some ways even better than that record! The set's got a fantastic mellow soul feel - lots of tracks that are uptempo, but which manage to hang onto a soulful finish that really sends the whole set home - a groove that's never too forced, and which has keep this one at the top of list of classics over years! Burke's hitting a rare space that we'd only allow to a few - like Leroy Hutson or Webster Lewis. Keni's come a long long way from the 5 Stairsteps by this point - and he's never sounded so great! Titles include "Let Somebody Love You", "You're the Best", and "Gotta Find My Way Back In Your Heart". Keni produced, wrote, and arranged the whole thing! (Includes two bonus tracks.)
One Way - Who's Fooling Who The album “Who’s foolin’ who” from One Way includes the band's biggesthit, "Cutie Pie", which peaked at #61 on the Billboard Hot 100, #29 on the dance charts and #4 on the R&B charts.The album's title track, "Who's Foolin' Who" was also succesfully released as a singleand was in the ninetees covered by theEurodanceband Double You.
The album itself peaked #51 on the Billboard 200 and #8 on the R&B charts. Aside from 1984's #1 R&B album,Lady, this album is the highest charting in their eight-year run.
Ritchie Family – I’ll Do My Best The Ritchie Family was the name of an American disco group which was based in Philadelphia. The Ritchie Family took its name from record producer Richie Rome who added a T to the name. They achieved many hits during the disco era between 1975 and 1985.
ONE WAY - WRAP YOUR BODY PTG Records is very proud to release this highly demanded album Wrap your body for the first time ever on CD. Best tracks of the album are the ballads like More than friends, less than lovers withy leadvocals of Ewana Wilson backed up by the sweet vocals of the Ridgeways. Other strong songs are Let’s talk (the extended 12" version is also added as bonus track), Condemned, Serving it and If I knew. In Europe they had minor success although the single Let’s talk charted in 1985 in many single charts and R&B charts.
For a short period in the mid-1970s The Three Degrees were the public face of Pop Soul. Their cultural impact was even more substantial and stretched far beyond their hits. The attraction for their audiences is their timeless hits that you can hear on this CD. Sleeve notes by Dean Rudland. Contains all the hit singles as well as hard to find extended mixes and tracks reserved for the Japanese Exclusives.