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Bitty McLeanMovin' On

Label:Taxi – TX85, Silent River – TX85
Format:
CD, Album
Country:France
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Genre:Reggae
Style:

Tracklist

1Games5:19
2Got To Let Go3:52
3You're Welcome, Stop On By
Written-ByBobby Womack, Truman Thomas
4:17
4So In Love3:57
5Lost Love5:17
6Try A Little Tenderness5:16
7Jahovia
FeaturingJohnny Osbourne
Lyrics ByJohnny Osbourne
4:44
8Plead My Cause4:57
9For You I Won't Cry5:34
10The Real Thing3:58
11Come To Me
Written-ByOtis Redding, Phil Walden
4:28
12Daddy's Home4:42
13One Of A Kind3:50
14Lately
Written-ByStevie Wonder
4:01
15All That I Have4:27
16Let Them Talk4:04
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Jewel case with clear tray and 24-page booklet.

Made in the EEC.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Text): 8 43655 01503 2
  • Barcode (Scanned): 843655015032
  • Matrix / Runout: GZ Digital Media [logo] V40561 MD04

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Title (Format)LabelCat#CountryYear
New Submission
Movin' On (CD, Album, Promo)Taxi, Silent River, MideyaMD04France2008
New Submission
Movin' On (CD, Album)VictorVICP-64670Japan2009

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  • mjhartmann89's avatar
    mjhartmann89
    Someone please tell me how this has never been pressed on vinyl?
    • ciprix's avatar
      ciprix
      Movin' On is the long awaited follow-up to 2004's critically acclaimed On Bond Street Kgn, JA. That album helped to establish Bitty McLean as an international reggae superstar after years of work as a junior engineer for UB40 collided into his sweeter-than-sweet lovers rock voice. Working with Duke Ellis' "Treasure Island" riddim from the original Rocksteady period of the late 1950s, On Bond Street Kgn, JA sounded like it was released nearly 50 years earlier. On his latest, McLean teams up with the legendary producers Sly & Robbie for an album that couldn't be further removed from Bond Street. This time around he raids Sly & Robbie's Taxi label for some crucial '70s riddims, like those on Gregory Isaac's "Oh What A Feeling" and Dennis Brown's "Sitting and Watching." The results are an album filled with the kinds of influences that hooked U.S. audiences on reggae way back in the '70s, with Sly & Robbie's rhythmic versatility pushing and pulling the album from sweaty funk jams to sweet R&B balladry. Covers of Otis Redding's "Try A Little Tenderness" and Stevie Wonder's "Lately" definitely highlight McLean's deep love of soul and Motown grooves and round out another solid effort from one of reggae music's hottest singers.

      (By Sean-Michael Yoder, LimeWire Store)

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