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Show Me How - The Emotions - So I Can Love You / Untouched (CD)

| 08.09.2019

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  • Dazshura says:
    Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for So I Can Love You/Untouched - The Emotions on AllMusic - - Combining their first two albums onto one CD, 9/
  • Kahn says:
    So I Can Love You / Untouched by The Emotions - CD () for $ from nrentasenlaseerti.nesmederthornhalbeckdocnorisrefendi.infoinfo R&B / Soul - Order by Phone /5(3).
  • Zolokus says:
    Not only does this 2 fer CD contain the Stax classics: So I can love you & Show me how, but also a group of super soulful & gritty 60's & early 70's album cuts featuring raw vocals & emotional delivery. This is the sound of The Emotions before receiving the pop treatment by Maurice White & Charles Stepney on The Columbia label/5.
  • Gardajora says:
    Jun 19,  · Category Music; Song So I Can Love You; Artist The Emotions; Writers Sheila Hutchinson; Licensed to YouTube by UMG (on behalf of Fantasy Records); LatinAutor, BMI - .
  • Shaktijin says:
    Oct 19,  · View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of So I Can Love You on Discogs/5(27).
  • Kazinos says:
    Listen free to The Emotions – So I Can Love You / Untouched (So I Can Love You, Somebody Wants What I Got and more). 22 tracks (). Discover more music, concerts, videos, and pictures with the largest catalogue online at nrentasenlaseerti.nesmederthornhalbeckdocnorisrefendi.infoinfo
  • Dizragore says:
    The Emotions are a Doo-Wop group formed in Brooklyn, NY in by Joe Favale and Tony Maltese. Their most successful singles were "Echo" and "Story Untold" 3. The Emotions are an all female, soul, disco, and R&B singing group, that was most successful during the lates and s.
  • Kitaxe says:
    Not only does this 2 fer CD contain the Stax classics: So I can love you & Show me how, but also a group of super soulful & gritty 60's & early 70's album cuts featuring raw vocals & emotional delivery. This is the sound of The Emotions before receiving the pop treatment by Maurice White & Charles Stepney on The Columbia label/5(13).

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