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Jeffree

LP (Item 14045) MCA, 1979 — Condition: Used
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This nice soulful sleeper was not that recognized in the 70s, but in the 90s, it's become a huge favorite in the Chicago's steppers scene, thanks to the excellent two-step groover "Love's Gonna Last". It's a great cut, with sweet soulful vocals, and a totally catchy midtempo groove – and the whole album has a similar stepping groove, as well as an honest and intimate quality that shines through the otherwise slick arrangements. Other cuts include "All My Loving", "Take My Love", "Better Wake Up Girl", and "One Last Chance".  © 1996-2016, Dusty Groove, Inc.

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