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Place, Where I Will Not Get You - Rangeride - Images Of Emotions I (CD, Album)

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  2. Tuesday, February 7, Jodeci founding member Dalvin DeGrate confirmed the rumors of a biopic about the rise and fall of R&B supergroup Jodeci. The news comes on the heels of.
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  5. The Emotions were one of the finest female vocal groups of the s and enjoyed a string of hits, including the No. 1 smash "Best of My Love." Their mid-to-late '70s sound was produced by Maurice White of Earth, Wind & Fire fame, but their edge goes back to their earlier, earthier Stax recordings, which kept the sophisticated Soul sound of the.
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  8. “The Third Law” and “Rewind” retain these traits but are the album’s weakest tracks by far. They’re not boring, but come off as a bit superfluous, especially in an album that’s over an hour long. Luckily, “The Flood” turns things around, preluding a phenomenal mid- and late-album stretch.
  9. A remake from the album Close to You. "Best of My Love" by The Emotions. A dramatic love song that focuses on overcoming the odds to find love and romance in a “hopeless place." It appeared on her album Talk That Talk, meeting both critical acclaim and controversy.

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