Various ‎– Street Sounds Edition 7

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Street Sounds ‎– STSND 007
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A1 Dayton The Sound Of Music
Producer – Rahni P. Harris*Written-By – S. Sandridge*, R. Harris II*
5:38
A2 Curtis Hairston I Want You (All Tonight)
Producer, Written-By – G. Radford*
6:02
A3 Tom Browne Brighter Tomorrow
Producer – Dave Grusin, Larry RosenWritten-By – Clifford Branch Jr.*
6:18
A4 The Jones Girls Knockin'
Producer – Fonzi Thornton, Robert WrightWritten-By – F. Thornton*, R. Wright*
5:04
A5 Lillo Thomas I Love It (Special Remix)
Producer – Paul Lawrence Jones III*, Stone Jones ProductionsWritten-By – Paul Lawrence Jones III*
5:53
B1 Lydia Murdock Superstar
Producer – Gerry GabinelliWritten-By – Michael Burton
9:15
B2 Second Image Don't You (The Big Version)
Producer – Chris Heaton*Written-By – Foster*
6:58
B3 Instant Funk (Just Because) You'll Be Mine
Producer – Bunny SiglerWritten-By – K. Miller*, R. Earl*, S. Miller*
5:30
B4 Billy Griffin Respect
Producer – John "L.A. Jay" Barnes III*Written-By – B. Griffin*, J. Barnes*, L. Abrams*
4:36
B5 Lew Kirton Talk To Me
Producer – Russell Timmons, Jr.*Written-By – D. McHenry*, L. Kirton*, O. Canterbury*
4:09

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  • Mastered ByTone*

Notes

Track A1 taken from the album "Feel The Music"
Track A3 taken from the album "Rockin' Radio"
Track A4 taken from the album "On Target"
Track A5 taken from the album "Let Me Be Yours"
Track B3 taken from the album "Kinky"
Track B4 taken from the album "Respect"
Track B5 taken from the album "Talk To Me"

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Side A Label): STSND 007 A*
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B Label): STSND 007 B*
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A Runout): STSND 007 A1 Tone
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B Runout): STSND 007 B1

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DJFRAMBOISE

DJFRAMBOISE

September 28, 2008

Released in 1983, this edition of the Streetsounds collection still sounds bright and lively. Standout tracks for me are the fantastic "I want you (all tonight)" by Curtis Hairston, "The Sound of Music" by Dayton and the slightly cheesy but brilliant "Superstar" by Lydia Murdock as a response song by Michael Jacksons "Billie Jean". The other tracks are all worth a listen too.

The Streetsounds collections lost it for me around volume 13 or so but up until that point represent solid dance track. Time to rip the tapes to MP3 I think.