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Flying High (plus bonus tracks)

CD (Item 568736) Total Experience/Big Break (UK), 1984 — Condition: New Copy
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Sweet keyboards and loads of wonderful 80s grooves – a great little set that perfectly balances jazzy riffing, funky rhythms, and warm soulful vocals! The cover's a bit slick, but there's a lot more depth here than some of Prime Time's contemporaries – an ear both for the mainstream and the soulful underground – and one that has the group sparkling well on both the upbeat groovers and the sweet slow slow steppers! Titles include "I Owe It To Myself", "Love Talk", "Give It To The Beat", "I Want Somebody Tonight", "Flying High", and "Talk It Over". CD features bonus tracks – "Love Talk (12" version)", "Love Talk (inst)", "I Owe It To Myself (12" version)", "I Owe It To Myself (inst)", "Give It To The Beat (12" version)", and "Give It To The Beat (inst)".  © 1996-2014, Dusty Groove, Inc.


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