Leela James ‎– Did It For Love

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BMG ‎– 538271952, J&T Records ‎– 538271952
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CD, Album
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1 Hard For Me
Producer – Evan Brice
3:21
2 Don't Mean A Thang
Producer – Calvin "Tubby" Frazier*
3:10
3 Don't Want You Back
Producer – J Hammond, Leela James
3:37
4 Real Talk - Relationships (Interlude)
Producer – Dawaun "D Park" Parker*, Phil Beaudreau
0:28
5 I Remember
Producer – J Hammond, Leela James
3:58
6 Good To Love You
Featuring – Dave HollisterProducer – J Hammond, Leela James
3:39
7 There 4 U
Producer – Butta-N-Bizkit
4:07
8 This Day Is For You
Producer – Jairus "JMo" Mozee*
4:08
9 Take Me
Producer – J Hammond, Leela James
3:28
10 All Over Again
Producer – J Hammond, Leela James
3:49
11 Our Love
Producer – J Hammond, Leela James
3:36
12 Did It For Love
Producer – Dawaun "D Park" Parker*, Phil Beaudreau
3:14

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Made in U.S.A.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 4 050538 271959
  • Barcode (Sticker): 1 90296 97816 6
  • Matrix / Runout: 02/02/2017 09:24.AM#7056 IFPI LN09 313244 01
  • Mastering SID Code: IFPI LN09
  • Mould SID Code: IFPI 1025

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DJDN

DJDN

July 20, 2017

Best Leela James's Album, Perfect production, perfect voice and vibes. Thank you and your music company to had make it possible !
bayrunner13

bayrunner13

April 1, 2017

Leela James’ 6th studio album comes three years after her last full length and ‘Did It For Love’ is a superb set of strong soulful numbers all the time topped by her faultless vocals. Highlights are many. The duet with Dave Hollister – ‘Good To Love You’ – is an irresistible dance groover, the Angie Stone-esque ‘There 4 U’ is a great uptempo number, ‘This Day Is For You’ allows her incredible vocals to shine on a sweet, effortless crossover vibe while ‘Our Love’ is another strong voiced uptempo number that perfectly balances a vintage vibe with modern day sensibilities. ‘I Remember’ is probably the pick of the slowies that grows into a sublime stepper, ‘Don’t Want You Back’ has a Gladys touch while ‘Take Me’ is an emphatic slab of soul – and that voice excels yet again! Undoubtedly will be an album of the year!