1.V/A - Frankie Goes To Hollywood -Relax 2.V/A - Whitney Houston -I Wanna Dance With Somebody 3.V/A - Nena-99 Red Balloons 4.V/A - Dolly Parton -9 To 5 5.V/A - The Bangles -Walk Like An Egyptian 6.V/A - Haircut 100 -Fantastic Day 7.V/A - Paul Young -Love Of The Common People 8.V/A - Cyndi Lauper -Time After Time 9.V/A - Bonnie Tyler -Holding Out For A Hero 10.V/A - Belinda Carlisle -Leave A Light On 11.V/A - Daryl Hall & John Oates -Out Of Touch 12.V/A - The Psychedelic Furs -Pretty In Pink 13.V/A - Associates -Party Fears Two 14.V/A - Scritti Politti -Wood Beez (Pray Like Aretha Franklin) 15.V/A - Eighth Wonder -I'M Not Scared
1.V/A - Adam & The Ants -Antmusic 2.V/A - Toyah -It'S A Mystery 3.V/A - Altered Images -Happy Birthdays 4.V/A - Kim Wilde -Chequered Love 5.V/A - Bow Wow Wow -I Want Candy 6.V/A - Haysi Fantayzee -Shiny Shiny 7.V/A - Howard Jones -New Song 8.V/A - Thompson Twins -Hold Me Now 9.V/A - Freeez -I.O.U. 10.V/A - The Jacksons -Can You Feel It 11.V/A - Miami Sound Machine -Dr. Beat 12.V/A - The Pointer Sisters -Jump (For My Love) 13.V/A - Five Star -Rain Or Shine 14.V/A - Bucks Fizz -My Camera Never Lies 15.V/A - Boy Meets Girl -Waiting For A Star To Fall
1.V/A - Earth, Wind & Fire With The Emotions -Boogie Wonderland 2.V/A - The Jacksons -Shake Your Body (Down To The Ground) 3.V/A - Mcfadden & Whitehead -Ain'T No Stoppin' Us Now 4.V/A - Heatwave -Boogie Nights 5.V/A - Frantique -Strut Your Funky Stuff 6.V/A - The Three Degrees -Givin' Up Givin' In 7.V/A - Voyage -Souvenirs 8.V/A - Baccara -Yes Sir, I Can Boogie 9.V/A - Andrea True Connection -More, More, More 10.V/A - Anita Ward -Ring My Bell 11.V/A - Odyssey -Native New Yorker 12.V/A - Patrick Juvet -I Love America 13.V/A - Leif Garrett -I Was Made For Dancin' 14.V/A - Vicki Sue Robinson -Turn The Beat Around 15.V/A - Silver Convention -Get Up And Boogie
1.V/A - Village People -Y.M.C.A. 2.V/A - Boys Town Gang -Can'T Take My Eyes Off You 3.V/A - Ottawan -D.I.S.C.O. 4.V/A - Eruption -I Can'T Stand The Rain 5.V/A - Boney M. -Sunny 6.V/A - Dee D. Jackson -Automatic Lover 7.V/A - Cerrone -Supernature 8.V/A - Irene Cara -Fame 9.V/A - Dan Hartman -Relight My Fire 10.V/A - The Hues Corporation -Rock The Boat 11.V/A - Tina Charles -I Love To Love 12.V/A - The Emotions -Best Of My Love 13.V/A - Cheryl Lynn -Got To Be Real 14.V/A - Labelle -Lady Marmalade 15.V/A - Harold Melvin & The Blue Notes -Don'T Leave Me This Way
The Nolans are one of the most successful girl groups of all time in the UK chart history. CHEMISTRY: THE ULTIMATE COLLECTION covers their most commercially successful period and offers a look at the more soulful side of the group than previous compilations.
Live at Wembley July 16, 1988 is a live concert DVD by Michael Jackson released on September 18, 2012. This is the third tour by Jackson to be released on a home format (the first two being the first leg performance of the DVD "Live in Bucharest: The Dangerous Tour" and the VHS "HIStory World Tour: Live in Seoul"). The recording is a performance of the Bad world tour, performing songs from the album "Bad".
The Ultimate Collection is a new Donna Summer collection that brings together 20 classic tracks from 1968 onwards, including the hits, Macarthur Park, This Time I Know It’s For Real, Love To Love You Baby, , Dinner With Gershwin and I Feel Love…
Of the numerous ‘duet’ albums Marvin Gaye recorded (including two other sets with Tammi Terrell), 1967’s “United” was probably the most consistent and enjoyable of the group. Terrell was clearly the female partner with whom Gaye had the most chemistry and it showed throughout about two thirds of the album; the other third falling victim to Motown’s typically lame efforts to attract a MOR white audience. At least on record the decision to put the two together was almost magical. Terrell didn’t have the world’s greatest voice, but she knew how to use her talents and she was a perfect partner for Gaye adding a sassy element to his cool, controlled performances. Co-produced by Harvey Fuqua and Johnny Bristol, the two producers had the insight to recognize that Gaye and Terrell would be best suited by an upbeat, soul-oriented sound. As a result they managed to keep Berry Gordy’s affection for over-produced slop to a minimum.*Release-date: 11th of February
Musical Massage is very similar to Marvin Gaye’s I Want You, not even incidentally: Leon Ware had just produced Gaye’s album, and a lot of the material from his own record went there. So you can expect a similar ‘‘musical massage’’ of the erotic type as I Want You. With glorious featuring as Minnie Ripperton, Bobby Womack, Ray Parker Jr. or Marvin Gaye himself…this album is just wonderful!
THIS 10” VINYL RELEASE COMES IN TIME FOR THE 45TH ANNIVERSARY OF THE WHAT’S GOING ON ALBUM (MAY 21ST 2016) AND FEATURES THE ORIGINAL 7” SINGLE VERSIONS OF “WHAT’S GOING ON” AND “GOD IS LOVE”, AS WELL AS A “MOTOWN RE-IMAGINED” DUET VERSION FEATURING BJ THE CHICAGO KID, PLUS AN UNPLUGGED “COFFEEHOUSE” MIX. *Release-date: 26th of June 2016
The Average White Band, a group of Scotsmen playing American soul and funk music, came together in the late Sixties and topped the US chart in 1974. A version of the band led by bassist Alan Gorrie tours to this day while guitarist Hamish Stewart went on to be Paul McCartney’s musical right hand man.This hour-long TV showcase from the Rockstage series, filmed by Central Television at Nottingham’s Theatre Royal in 1980, catches the classic AWB line-up in their prime. It includes that years UK Number 12 dance smash ‘Let’s Go Round Again’, album title track ‘Atlantic Avenue’, transatlantic hit ‘Queen Of My Soul’ and much more.
Not as arresting as two previous albums. It only produced one bonafide hit, "Good Lovin' Ain't Easy to Come By," while the others spawned three each. Tammi became ill before this record was completed, and Valerie Simpson had to perform many of the tracks. Simpson is a good singer but doesn't have the charm, charisma, or sexy Southern drawl that Tammi was blessed with. A remake of Terrell's solo outing "I Can't Believe You Love Me" adds nothing to the original; likewise for lackluster renditions of "California Soul," "I'm Your Puppet," and "Baby, I Need Your Loving." "The Onion Song" has to be Ashford and Simpson's silliest composition despite its positive social message. Along with the hit, the best songs here are "This Poor Heart of Mine," an uptempo number and good workout for the duo, and "Love Woke Me Up This Morning," an endearing exercise in romanticism. Fans weren't awestruck by this release, its highest rating was #184 on Billboard's pop album chart.*Release-date: 12-2-2016