Syreeta - can't shake your love - Hal Davis - Wikipedia


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The Body Talk: The Language of Love 1965-1995 series was a collection of romantic easy listening songs. Two years before the series made its debut, there was a 2-CD set called Body Talk available from Time-Life. Although the "prototype" had the same sorts of songs, the cover, with a woman posing for a photographer, was far simpler (and projected a different message) than the artistic photography featuring couples that was used in the series that followed.

Interestingly, Time-Life issued Body Talk as a series of 24-song, 2-CD sets, but also issued a number of abridged, 18-song, 1-CD versions with the same covers and volume numbers (but with the R836- prefix instead of the R834- prefix). We have found two of these single-CD discs and have included them in the list below. We do not know if all 20 volumes were issued in single-CD versions. Time-Life also put out Love Songs , a 3-CD box set for retail sales.

The sales pitch for this series stressed intimacy, like owning this series was a private secret, "by invitation only." (You and millions of others...)

We would appreciate any additions or corrections to this discography. Just send them to us via e-mail . Both Sides Now Publications is an information web page. We are not a catalog, nor can we provide the records listed below. We have no association with Time-Life or Warner Bros. Records. Should you be interested in acquiring albums listed in this discography (some of which are out of print), we suggest you contact Time-Life or see our Frequently Asked Questions page and follow the instructions found there. This story and discography are copyright 2004, 2008 by Mike Callahan.

Davis also produced for Bette Midler (her Motown record of 1975, produced by Davis, was never released), Bobby Taylor & the Vancouvers , The Supremes , Gladys Knight & the Pips , Thelma Houston , Joy Holden, Diana Ross , Florence Ballard , Mary Wilson , Marvin Gaye , Four Tops , Junior Walker , and The Miracles . During the disco era, he produced hit songs for Diana Ross (" Love Hangover "), Thelma Houston (" Don't Leave Me This Way ") and Syreeta ("Can't Shake Your Love").

When I looked up, I saw that it was President Barack Hussein Obama II .  He was dressed in a suit, with a beautifully embroidered tie, complete with that captivating smile that hides his sinister motives.  He held a red folder in his left hand.

MCFADDEN & WHITEHEAD / ARCHIE BELL & THE DRELLS ‘Ain’t No Stoppin Us Now / Strategy’ (Philadelphia International) 12” $10

I believe just as His Perfect Love literally exploded life into the cells of His Son in the tomb, soon every cell in our bodies will awaken and explode with His Life!

When asked in a recent interview what his favorite musical rhythm arrangement was, he replied that it was Diana Ross' cover version of " Ain't No Mountain High Enough ", which he arranged in 1970.

In a just world, or at least at Fast ‘n’ Bulbous , Donny Hathaway, Terry Callier and Bill Withers stand shoulder-to-shoulder with Gaye and Wonder, and even surpass them at times. Despite her range delving further into blues and jazz than most of the artists, Nina Simone gets her rightful place in the soul pantheon. Etta James and Irma Thomas’s Muscle Shoals sessions nearly rival Aretha’s best work. While recent hipster favorites Rozetta Johnson, Doris Duke, Shuggie Otis, Baby Huey, Betty Davis, Candi Staton, Bettye Swann and Swamp Dogg make the list, they don’t quite measure up to underrated albums by James Carr, Percy Sledge, Solomon Burke, Clarence Carter, . Wright and Jimmy Hughes. And contrary to popular belief, there are some consistently great 60s Motown albums by The Temptations, Smokey Robinson & The Miracles and Martha & the Vandellas.


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