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8 thoughts on “ I Wanna Be Free - Various - Soul Highway (CD)

  1. Check out More Of Funk Comes A-Live by Various artists on Amazon Music. Stream ad-free or purchase CD's and MP3s now on waykaricasicomppemondmittthedosin.xyzinfo I Wanna Be Free. by Ohio Players. I Wanna Be Free by Ohio Players. Listen Now $ In MP3 cart View MP3 Cart Make My Funk The P-Funk.4/5(1).
  2. Armada 15 Years is a compilation album featuring of Armada Music’s most popular electronic dance music tracks from the past 15 years. The Armada Music label was first founded.
  3. Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for Northern Soul Story: The Start of an Era (50 Original Hits and Rarities) - Various Artists on AllMusic.
  4. And that's the reason why I wanna be eh.. I wanna be more than a night (wanna be more than a night) I wanna be more than a moment that you spend in your life I wanna be more than a day (wanna be more than a day) I wanna be more than the words that I say to you babe [Damian Marley: singing] I wanna be more than a night (wanna be more than a night).
  5. 24 Tracks of 60’s soul and Northern soul from the Dial group of labels. Highlights are Joe Tex ‘I Wanna Be free’ and ‘Old Time Lover’, Barbara Mills ‘Queen of Fools’ Jerry Fuller ‘Double Life’ Paul Kelly ‘Chills And Fever’ and Jimmy Seals ‘Yesterday Of Our Love’.
  6. Highway is the fourth studio album by English rock band waykaricasicomppemondmittthedosin.xyzinfo was recorded extremely quickly in September following the band's success at the Isle of Wight Festival but with an attitude of relaxation, [citation needed] the band having achieved worldwide success with their previous album Fire and Water (26 June ) and the single "All Right Now".
  7. 80s groove galore – and a stone smoking set that's filled with completely obscure numbers from one of the most under-reissued eras in classic soul! The style here is very much in the mode of bigger 80s groove acts – like BB&Q Band or TS Monk – but most of the tunes are pulled from obscure album releases and rare 12" singles, a few by artists that are still remembered.
  8. The Monkees: Greatest Hits 20 fun and enduring hits from this jangly, made-for-TV band. Songlist: Daydream Believer, D.W. Washburn, The Girl I Knew Somewhere, Goin' Down, Heart and Soul, I Wanna Be Free, I'm A Believer, It's Nice To Be With You, Last Train To Clarksville, Listen To The Band, A Little Bit Me, A Little Bit You, Mary, Mary, Theme From 'The Monkees' (Hey, Hey We're The Monkees.

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