Category: Classic Rock

Published 06.10.2019 by

I Wanna Know Your Name - Intruders* - Save The Children (Cassette, Album)




  1. Meztisho said:
    's Save The Children is a gorgeous, harmony rich album with melodies for millennia: the title track is a song that Gil Scott-Heron originally made in , and the Intruders keep it classy and smooth just like Heron's original/5(11).
  2. Mole said:
    2 days ago · Save The Children Written-By – Gil-Scott Heron* A2: Mother And Child Reunion Written-By – Paul Simon: A3: I Wanna Know Your Name Written-By – K. Gamble, L. Huff* A4: To Be Happy Is The Real Thing Written-By – K. Gamble, L. Huff* B1: I'll Always Love My Mama Written-By – K. Gamble, L. Huff*, G. McFadden, J.
  3. Vojind said:
    The Intruders were an American soul music group most popular in the s and s. As one of the first groups to have hit songs under the direction of Kenny Gamble and Leon Huff, they were a major influence on the development of Philadelphia fejoraakinokusnigelv.xyzinfo Intruders are also noted for having 24 R&B chart hits, including 6 R&B Top Tens, and 14 chart hits in the Billboard Hot , including their.
  4. Shakasa said:
    The Best of the Intruders: Cowboys to Girls The Intruders R&B/Soul · Preview SONG TIME A Love That's Real I Wanna Know Your Name. PREVIEW To Be Happy Is the Real Thing. PREVIEW Save the Children.
  5. Dout said:
    Jun 07,  · The Intruders From The Album Who Do You Love.
  6. Juzilkree said:
    By the time The Intruders had released their highly acclaimed album Save The Children in , they were already established as one of the leading R&B groups of their era/5(11).
  7. Zulkizahn said:
    The Intruders, Category: Artist, Albums: Energy of Love, Save the Children, Save the Children (Expanded Edition), Cowboys to Girls, Singles: Camptown Rock / Morse Code (Digital 45), Top Tracks: Cowboys to Girls, Sad Girl, Come Home Soon, I'll Always Love My Mama, I Wanna Know Your Name, Biography: As the first group to score hits with the.
  8. Vitilar said:
    "Save the Children" is a socially significant floater where the guys' voices ride the waves of MFSB's fantastic sound. Gamble and Huff spotlight the return of Little Sonny on "I Wanna Know Your Name"; the song employs a convincing rap by the singer.

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