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Guilty (with bonus tracks)

CD (Item 568735) Total Experience/Big Break (UK), 1985 — Condition: New Copy
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A standout set from the duo of Calvin Yarbrough and Alisa Peoples – sounding great on this set of mid 80s grooves! The production of the set has all the hallmarks of Lonnie Simmons' Total Experience style – bouncy rhythms and sweet keyboards, wrapped up in that mix of catchy and funky modes the label was spearheading at the time – and managed to do in ways that were never as flat as some of the more commercial soul on the charts, yet which still had all the same sort of hook-heavy charm! Titles include "I Wouldn't Lie", "Guilty", "Let The Music Play On", "Wrapped Around Your Finger", "Everything", "A Closer Love Affair", and "Who Is She". CD features loads of bonus tracks – including "Don't Stop The Feeling", "Special", "Guilty (single)", "I Wouldn't Lie (12" version)", "Wrapped Around Your Finger (12" version)", and "Don't Stop The Feeling (12" club)".  © 1996-2014, Dusty Groove, Inc.

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