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Bobby Holley - Moving Dancer / Baby, I Love You album flac

Bobby Holley - Moving Dancer / Baby, I Love You album flac Performer: Bobby Holley
Title: Moving Dancer / Baby, I Love You
Style: Funk, Soul
Released: 1970
Country: US
MP3 album: 1829 mb
FLAC album: 1962 mb
Rating: 4.7
Other formats: MOD AU DMF AU AA RA MMF
Genre: Funk and Soul

Baby I Love You is an album by Andy Kim released by Steed Records. The single title song hit on the Billboard Hot 100, in Canada, and on the . adult contemporary chart in 1969. The single "So Good Together" hit on the Billboard Hot 100 and in West Germany. The album landed on the Billboard 200 chart, reaching "Baby, I Love You" (Phil Spector, Jeff Barry, Ellie Greenwich). Walkin' My La De Da" (Andy Kim, Jeff Barry). If I Were a Carpenter" (Tim Hardin).

The album Chirping Crickets, released in November 1957, reached number five on the UK Albums Chart. The elder Holley brothers performed in local talent shows; on one occasion, Buddy joined them on violin. Since he could not play it, his brother Larry greased the strings so it would not make any sound. The brothers won the contest. During World War II, Larry and Travis were called to military service. Petty and Holly later learned that Brunswick was a subsidiary of Decca, which legally cleared future recordings under the name Buddy Holly.

Baby I Love You dj karp. Baby I love you. 1:02. 6:01. 0:40. 2:42.

The Love Album (Bobby Vinton album). The Love Album is a two-LP collection of previously recorded songs by Vinton, released in 1971 by Epic Records. This collection contains songs that are all about the subject of love. Only four singles are featured on this collection: "No Arms Can Ever Hold You", "Please Love Me Forever", "There! I've Said It Again" and "My Heart Belongs to Only You".

Love to Love You Baby. Love to Love You Baby"'s 16 minutes and 48 seconds of arousal and refill - ticklishly sensitive rhythm and fusion - threw disco into a tizzy overnight, but the tonally starved blues-of-isolation on the B-side isn't to be missed, either: the broken promises Donna Summer bemoans in "Full of Emptiness"; "Need-a-Man Blues," with its. unrequitedly sexy guitar rhythm as out of range of Summer's voice as she of satisfaction; the imaginary seaside hold-me in "Whispering Waves"; and "Pandora's Box," where Summer and guitar scream.

Tracklist

A Moving Dancer 3:17
B Baby, I Love You 2:49

Companies, etc.

  • Published By – East/Memphis Music

Credits

  • Arranged By – Bobby Holley
  • Mastered By – PR*
  • Producer – Bob Weaver, Bobby Holley
  • Written-By – Robert L. Holley*, Eddie Hollis

Notes

Original US promo - Label variation - Pink Logo - Monarch Delta #79725 - Made in styrene

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Rights Society: BMI

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
WEA-3005 Bobby Holley Moving Dancer / Baby, I Love You ‎(7") Weis Records WEA-3005 US 1970
45-M 21 Bobby Holley Moving Dancer ‎(7") Stax 45-M 21 Greece 1970
WEA-3005 Bobby Holley Moving Dancer / Baby, I Love You ‎(7", Promo) Weis Records WEA-3005 US 1970
WEA-3005 Bobby Holley Moving Dancer / Baby, I Love You ‎(7") Weis Records WEA-3005 US 1970