RGMS (28th April 2009)




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  • PLAYLIST
  • Heaven & Earth – I Really Love You (1981) That’s Love]
  • Funk Deluxe – Tender Lovin’ (1984) [Funk Deluxe]
  • Billy Boomer – I Like What She ‘s Doin (1982)
  • Norman Connors – She’s Gone (1981) [Mr. C]
  • Evelyn King – What Are You Waiting For (1981) [I’m In Love]
  • Lakeside – It’s Got To Be Love (1981) [Keep On Moving Straight Ahead]
  • Jocelyn Brown – If I Can’t Have Your Love (1981)
  • Kwick – Let This Moment Be Forever (1980) [Kwick]
  • Cecil Parker – Really Really Love You (1980)
  • Patterson Twins – They’re Playing Our Song In The Radio (1984)
  • Phil Flowers – Stay A While (1984)
  • Marvin Sims – Love Is On The Way (1980)
  • Convertion – All I Want Is You (1980)
  • Larry Whittington – You Can Always Count On Me
  • Arthur Adams – I Can’t Believe My Eyes (1973) [Private Tonight]
  • Doris Duke – The Feeling Is Right (1969) [I’m A Loser]
  • Janet Lawson – Dindi (1977)
  • Charles Earland – Drifting (1976) [The Great Pyramid]
  • J B Bingham – All Alone By The Telephone (1976)
  • Milton Parker – Women Like It Harder (1970)
  • Natural Four – I Thought You Were Mine (1969) [Good Vibes!]
  • Lee Williams And The Cymbals – Lost Love
  • The Originals – I’m Someone Who Cares
  • Eugene Smiley & The Essence Of Love – Yes It’s You (1978)
  • Lamont Dozier – Groovin On A Natural High (1976) [Right There]
  • Jerry Butler – Let’s Make Love (1978) [Nothing Says I Love You Like I Love You]
  • Lee Oskar – Feelin’ Happy (1978) [Before The Rain]
  • Sharon Ridley – Where Did You Learn To Make Love The Way You Do (1975) [Stay A While With Me]
  • Sharon Ridley – Changin’ (1978) [Full Moon]
  • The Tams – This Precious Moment (1978)
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2 Responses to RGMS (28th April 2009)

  1. Melismo says:

    Time went by so kwickly :) Too many great tunes to mention really, but the Eugene Smiley & The Essence Of Love track was definitely among my favourites.

  2. Karl says:

    A bit late to leave a comment
    Nice to hear the Patterson Twins, remember buying it as a new release from Record Corner, not played it for years
    In agreement with Melismo regarding Eugene Smiley track

    Also the Sharon Ridley – Where did you learn – Fantastic track, is the LP hard to find can you let us know

    Thanks