The Marvels - Rock Steady / Be My Baby album flac
Title: Rock Steady / Be My Baby
Style: Reggae, Funk
MP3 album: 1237 mb
FLAC album: 1191 mb
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Genre: Reggae / Funk and Soul
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Album by The Marvels. is a cover of. Rock Steady by Aretha Franklin (1971). was sampled in. Tell Me Something That I Don't Know by Sonic Boom Six (2007). Be My Baby by The Ronettes (1963).
Girls Night Out Other Times & Places Road Trip Summer At the Beach In Love Rainy Day Sun Sunday Afternoon Teenagers Affection/Fondness Affirmation Feeling Blue. Be My Baby: The Girls of the Sixties. A 70-track set of hits from female pop singers of the 1960s and early '70s, this generous package includes classic girl group sides like the Ronettes' "Be My Baby" and the Crystals' "Then He Kissed Me," and certainly most of the selections collected here are from girl groups, but the net is cast just a little bit wider than that. as well, and includes sides like country singer Lynn Anderson's "Rose Garden" and Janis Joplin's "Me and Bobby McGee. The end result is a fun listen, if not exactly an exhaustive survey of the era.
All Saints - Rock Steady chords lyrics. Alton Ellis - Rock Steady chords lyrics
Album Just Gets Better with Time. I looked at you You stole my heart You were all that I anticipated. I wanted you Every part But I knew love would be complicated. I begin to touch But you wouldn’t let it It never seemed to be the right time. I started to give up Down to the limit And then you changed your mind, whoa. And we begin to rock steady Steady rocking all night long And we begin to rock steady Rocking till the break of dawn. Rock (ooh) Steady Steady rocking all night long Rock steady Rocking till the break of dawn. You looked at me To my surprise You were too anticipating. I should have known It was in your eyes That you were getting tired of waiting. You wanted me so much But I didn’t get it How could a fellow be so blind?
Redirected from Start the Fire (No Doubt song)). Rock Steady is the fifth studio album by American rock band No Doubt. It was released on December 11, 2001, by Interscope Records. The band began writing the album with initial recording sessions in Los Angeles and San Francisco, then traveled to London and Jamaica to work with various performers, songwriters, and producers
Ronnie Spector (formerly Bennett) titled her 1995 autobiography Be My Baby. In the book, she explained that Phil had her rehearse the song for weeks, then spent about three days working on her vocal in the control room. Ronnie would practice in the ladies' room at the studio, which she said had great acoustics and let her work out the little "whoas" and "oh-oh-ohs. John Lennon loved the song and recorded it with Phil Spector as part of the sessions for his 1973 album Rock 'N' Roll, but it didn't make the cut. Lennon's version was finally released in 1998 on his John Lennon Anthology set. Brian Wilson wrote an answer song to this called "Don't Worry Baby.
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Written-By – Aretha Franklin
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Written-By – Spector*
- Producer – Lloyd Charmers
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout (A): PS 338 A-2*X
- Matrix / Runout (B): PS 338 A-1*X
- Rights Society: M.C.P.S.
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|CD-204||The Marvels||Rock Steady / Be My Baby (7")||Imagem||CD-204||Brazil||1971|
|PS 338||The Marvels||Rock Steady / Be My Baby (7")||Pama Supreme||PS 338||UK||1971|