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Krystol - Talk Of The Town (Expanded Edition) (2013)

18-04-2016, 20:46
Soul | Funk | Disco | FLAC / APE

Title: Talk Of The Town (Expanded Edition)
Year Of Release: 2013
Label: Funkytowngrooves
Genre: Funk, Disco
Quality: 320/Flac
Total Time: 72:12
Total Size: 182/526 Mb


1. Love Is Like An Itchin’ In My Heart 4:08
2. The Things That Men Do 4:45
3. C’est La Vie 4:30
4. Shattered Glass 5:58
5. Talk Of The Town 5:33
6. Wounded Heart 4:50
7. Hard To Believe 4:17
8. You Could Have Been With Me Last Night 4:01
9. I Want A Man Who Can Dance 4:02
10.Love Is Like An Itchin’ In My Heart (Long Vocal Version) (Bonus Track) 6:17
11.Love Is Like An Itchin’ In My Heart (Edited Version) (Bonus Track) 4:02
12.Love Is Like An Itchin’ In My Heart (Extended Dub Version) (Bonus Track) 6:15
13.The Things That Men Do (Radio Version) (Bonus Track) 5:29
14.The Things That Men Do (Club Version) (Bonus Track) 7:58

First Ever CD Release Expanded with 6 Bonus Tracks Re-mastered from the master tapes Liner Notes by Justin Kantor Southern California's funky female quartet Krystol garnered a respectable following with radio listeners and club-goers in 1984 via their debut LP, Gettin' Ready (FTG-294), and its single releases "Same Place, Same Time" and "After the Dance Is Through." After a decade of building up performing and recording experience both locally and nationally, Karon Floyd, Tina Scott, Roberta Stiger, and D'Marie Warren had signed with in-demand producer Leon Sylvers' Silverspoon Productions as both songwriters and artists. Through Silverspoon's relationship with Epic Records, the group began to draw international recognition via TV appearances and airplay of its songs abroad. Krystol started out with the same core of producers and songwriters (including Leon, Joey Gallo, and Wardell Potts, Jr.) whom they had used for Gettin' Ready when they embarked upon putting together the follow-up album in early 1985 adding synthesizer wiz William Bryant to the mix for six songs. Simultaneously, the ladies were about to face a number of professional and personal changes which would prove challenging in the midst of a large-scale recording project. Karon Floyd had decided that she would take a break from the group after completing recording of Talk of the Town in order to care for her soon-to-be firstborn child. Consequently, St. Louis transplant Robbie Danzie was recruited by manager Myrna Williams to audition as a stand-in. She began working with Krystol immediately in order to learn material and adapt to the group's established sound

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aksyonoff   User offline   18 February 2016 12:17

please reup FLAC! thanx!

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