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Loose Ends - Tell Me What You Want flac album

Loose Ends - Tell Me What You Want flac album Performer: Loose Ends
Title: Tell Me What You Want
Style: Soul
Released: 1984
Country: UK
MP3 album: 1591 mb
FLAC album: 1923 mb
Rating: 4.7
Other formats: VOX AA ASF AU ADX AUD VQF
Genre: Funk

If you want me to squeeze you If you want me to please you Tell me what you want, oh. I seen you walking home On my way home from school You got to glance at me You think you're acting cool. Ohh don't you that I'm not telling lies Maybe you've gone crazy You took me by surprise Please believe me, baby. Should I tell you When I want you? That I'm always Thinking of you. Tell me what you want I ain't psychic, I can't read your mind, oh Tell me what you want Darling, won't you tell me what you want, baby

Most of the other significant moments in Loose Ends ' history are provided here, making it the one disc to snap up, since all of the group's albums were uneven affairs. The biggest singles - "Hangin' on a String (Contemplating)," "Stay a Little While, Child," "Slow Down," "Watching You," "Don't Be a Fool" - are included, but a couple key album tracks are missing in action. Even with the minor gaffes, this should be all the Loose Ends that you'll need. Unless a very similar compilation comes along someday to right the. Tell Me What You Want. Jane Eugene, Carl McIntosh, Steve Nichol, Ray Shell.

Tell Me What You Want. Tell Me (What You Want). The Armada Orchestra. Tell Me What You Want From Me. Steve Lukather. Tell Me What You Want Me to Do. Tevin Campbell. Tell Me (What You Want Me To Do). Inner Circle. Ray Charles.

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For the album’s thirtieth anniversary, we spoke with group member Jane Eugene and producer Nick Martinelli about crafting this timeless album. What is the story behind the forming of the group? Jane Eugene: Steve Nichol and I met each other in passing before we actually formed our group. Let me tell you, to walk into that company at that time when they had everyone who was selling so many records, was incredible. It was great timing for us as well. You do some things with your voice, if you want to maintain longevity. Another one of our first songs was Don’t Hold Back Your Love. I don’t have those tapes anymore. Nick Martinelli was really the fourth member of Loose Ends. He was an old fashioned producer but without smothering us. In America, we had to do press with radio and magazines like the Village Voice, and we were groomed by the time we came to America.

want for me Take a look at what you see Let me know if this right here Is something you can have for years Now Mase be the man wanna see you doing good I don’t wanna get rich, leave you in the hood Girl, in my eyes you the baddest The reason why I love you, you don’t like me. cuz my status I don’t wanna see you with a carriage living average I wanna do my thing so we be established And I don’t want you rock in them fabrics Girl, I will give you karats 'till you feel you a rabbit Anything in your path, you want you can have Walk through the mall, if you like it you. can grab Total it all . .


A Tell Me What You Want (Extended Version) 6:11
B Tell Me What You Want (Extended Dub Mix) 5:41


  • Producer – Nick Martinelli


Produced by Nick Martinelli for Watchout Productions

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
VS 658-12 Loose Ends Tell Me What You Want ‎(12", Single) Virgin VS 658-12 UK 1984
VSY 658-12 Loose Ends Tell Me What You Want ‎(12", Pic) Virgin VSY 658-12 UK 1984
MCA-52702 Loose Ends Tell Me What You Want ‎(7", Single, Promo) MCA Records MCA-52702 US 1985
VS 658 Loose Ends Tell Me What You Want ‎(7", Single) Virgin VS 658 UK 1984
MCA-23596 Loose Ends Tell Me What You Want ‎(12") MCA Records MCA-23596 US 1985