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Babe Ruth / Rufus & Chaka Khan - The Mexican / Do You Love What You Feel (Vinyl)

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8 thoughts on “ Babe Ruth / Rufus & Chaka Khan - The Mexican / Do You Love What You Feel (Vinyl)

  1. Doutilar
    Discover releases, reviews, track listings, recommendations, and more about Babe Ruth / Rufus & Chaka Khan - The Mexican / Do You Love What You Feel at Discogs. Complete your Babe Ruth / Rufus & Chaka Khan collection/5(23).
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  2. Kagul
    View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of The Mexican / Do You Love What You Feel on Discogs. Label: Unidisc - SPEC • Format: Vinyl 12 Babe Ruth / Rufus & Chaka Khan - The Mexican / Do You Love What You Feel (Vinyl) | Discogs3/5(1).
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  3. Zulut
    Mar 23,  · Babe Ruth are best known for 'The Mexican', based around Ennio Morricone's whistled theme to the Sergio Leone movie 'For a Few Dollars More' (not 'A Fistful of Dollars'). Check my comment on the UK (or master) release of the band's debut album 'First Base' for the complete history of this song and its significance both within the.
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  4. Zolosho
    Rufus was an American funk band from Chicago, Illinois, best known for launching the career of lead singer Chaka travarosromeghsubg.feeteramartoyswinoswoodbenephquiren.co had several hits throughout their career, including "Tell Me Something Good", "Sweet Thing", "Do You Love What You Feel" and "Ain't Nobody".Rufus and Chaka Khan were one of the most popular and influential funk bands of the s, with four consecutive number one R&B.
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  5. Kazilabar
    Feb 03,  · From the ABC album, "Rags To Rufus".
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  6. Akinozahn
    Rufus & Chaka Khan: R&B, SouL, Funk, Smooth SouL, Quiet Storm, & Disco Band featuring Lead Singer, Chaka Khan.
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  7. Matilar
    I agree."Do You Love What You Feel" is the highlight and a few other songs are cool,but this album sounds very travarosromeghsubg.feeteramartoyswinoswoodbenephquiren.co a few songs,Chaka's vocals seem buried in the travarosromeghsubg.feeteramartoyswinoswoodbenephquiren.co's hard to believe that Quincy Jones produced this album.I guess he saved his best ideas for MJ's 'Off The Wall'.
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