Heatwave - Too Hot To Handle album flac
Title: Too Hot To Handle
MP3 album: 1121 mb
FLAC album: 1999 mb
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Genre: Funk and Soul
Too Hot to Handle is the debut album by funk-disco band Heatwave, released in 1976 on the GTO label in the UK and in 1977 on the Epic label in the US. It was produced by Barry Blue. The album was remastered and reissued with bonus tracks in 2015 by Big Break Records. All tracks written by Rod Temperton. Johnnie Wilder, Jr. – lead (3-9) and backing vocals, percussion. Keith Wilder – lead vocals (1, 2). Eric Johns – guitars.
Too Hot to Handle was the debut album from the soul/funk ensemble Heatwave, and it was well received by R&B and pop fans. Their initial release was the disco anthem "Boogie Nights. From the suspenseful, interlude-like intro to the adamant vocal delivery, the single had a lasting effect on the charts. It peaked at numbers five and two on the Billboard R&B and pop charts, respectively. The ballad "Always and Forever" was and continues to be an ageless piece. Johnnie Wilder's vocal exhibition throughout the vamp is breathtaking
Too Hot to Handle is the debut album by funk-disco band Heatwave, released in 1976 on the GTO label in the UK and in 1977 on the Epic label in the US. All the songs on this album were also written by Rod Temperton who recently passed away. RIP Rod and he sure did help this album become a major success, nothing but hits is on this album. This album is one Heatwave’s best albums they ever did. Too Hot to Handle Q&A.
Heatwave singles chronology. Too Hot to Handle" (1977). Always and Forever" (1977). The Groove Line" (1978). The song reached number 18 on the US Billboard Hot 100 in March 1978 after peaking at number two on the US Billboard R&B chart, the band's highest showing on that tally. The single was certified platinum by the RIAA on September 6, 2001. In the UK, the songs "Too Hot to Handle" and "The Groove Line" were released before a double A-sided "Always and Forever", "Mind Blowing Decisions" was issued in November 1978. This became the band's second top ten on the UK Singles Chart when it spent two weeks at number 9 in December of that year.
Too Hot to Handle is the debut album by funk-disco band Heatwave, released in 1976 on the GTO label in the UK and in 1977 on the Epic label in the US. They began creating their first album Too Hot to Handle in the fall of 1976. Rod Temperton Johnnie Wilder Jr. The Groove Line GTO Records Too Hot to Handle (Heatwave album). R. TempertonRodney TempertonTemperton.
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|A1||Too Hot To Handle
Lead Vocals – Keith Wilder
|A2||Super Soul Sister||3:56|
|A3||Beat Your Booty||3:00|
|B1||Always And Forever||6:14|
|B2||All You Do Is Dial||4:11|
|C1||Lay It On Me||3:16|
|C2||Sho'nuff Must Be Luv||4:05|
|C3||Beat Your Booty||3:00|
Lead Vocals – Keith Wilder
|D2||Ain't No Half Steppin'||5:09|
- Recorded At – Audio International Studios
- Manufactured By – Epic Records
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – GTO Records Ltd.
- Copyright (c) – CBS Inc.
- Arranged By, Conductor – John Cameron
- Bass Guitar – Mario Mantese
- Design – Paula Scher
- Drums, Percussion – Ernest (Bilbo) Berger*
- Engineer [Assistant] – Greg Walsh, Nigel Adams, Peter Silver*
- Engineer [Recording & Mix-down] – James Guthrie
- Guitar – Eric Johns
- Illustration [Cover] – Robert Grossman
- Keyboards, Composed By – Rod Temperton
- Lead Vocals, Backing Vocals, Percussion – Johnnie Wilder, Jr.*
- Producer – Barry Blue
NotesDue to tape cartridge programming requirements 1 selection has been repeated. Same release as Heatwave - Too Hot To Handle except this cartridge has more squared corners.
|GTLP 013||Heatwave||Too Hot To Handle (LP, Album)||GTO||GTLP 013||UK||1976|
|PE 34761, 34761||Heatwave||Too Hot To Handle (LP, Album, San)||Epic, Epic||PE 34761, 34761||US||1977|
|MWF 1019||Heatwave||Too Hot To Handle (LP, Album)||GTO||MWF 1019||Japan||1976|
|CDBBRX0311||Heatwave||Too Hot To Handle (CD, Album, RE, RM)||Big Break Records||CDBBRX0311||UK||2015|
|2321 113||Heatwave||Too Hot To Handle (LP, Album)||GTO||2321 113||New Zealand||1976|