Anthony B / Zion-I - I Love You / Lost In Motion flac album
Title: I Love You / Lost In Motion
MP3 album: 1149 mb
FLAC album: 1942 mb
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Anthony B. I Love You. B. –Zion-I. Other Versions (1 of 1) View All. Cat.
Zion I is an American hip hop duo from Oakland, California. It consists of Baba Zumbi. Zion I released the debut album, Mind Over Matter, in 2000. It was nominated for "Independent Album of the Year" by The Source magazine. The second album, Deep Water Slang V., was released in 2003. In 2005, Zion I released True & Livin'. It featured guest appearances from Gift of Gab, Talib Kweli, and Aesop Rock.
With the release of Lost in Love, Air Supply led the early part of the '80s with a successful run of soft pop love songs of the sweetest variety. Graham Russell's overly poetic, overly romantic lyrics were usually accompanied by the fragile plucking of an acoustic guitar or the soft tinkling of piano, and throughout every album their insipid musical style never strayed. The rest of the tracks on Lost in Love are carbon copies of the hits, but it was this album that kicked off their illustrious career and helped their Greatest Hits album, released in 1983, earn platinum status four times over. The albums that followed, 1981's The One That You Love and 1982's Now and Forever, yielded seven Top 40 hits between the two of them, carrying on where bands such as Bread, Firefall, and England Dan & John Ford Coley left off in the '70s.
Lost in Love is a song recorded by the Australian soft rock group Air Supply. The song was written by the band member, Graham Russell. The original version of the song appeared on the Life Support album in 1979 and was also released in the album, Lost in Love in 1980. Lost In Love" Track Info. Written By Graham Russell. Lost in Love Air Supply.
This album is definitely about spreading love to everybody. It’s easy to see the intent on Zion I’s latest effort, The Takeover. With this LP, the underground duo attempt to carve out another release worth the critical praise they’ve consistently earned throughout the years. While the emcee/deejay tandem may be known as strictly an indie team, Zion I try to get out of their comfort zone with this album. From the outset of Amp’s hard hitting drums on Geek to the Beat, to the hopping Takeover, there is a concerted effort to make music for everyone. With various styles, genre mixing and sounds, it’s easy to get lost in the transitions.
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|–Zion-I||Lost In Motion|
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