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Melba Moore - Collection (1975-2015) Mp3 + Lossless

8-09-2016, 09:31
Soul | Funk | Discography | Disco

Title: Collection
Year Of Release: 1975-2015
Label: Various
Genre: Soul, R&B, Funk, Disco
Quality: mp3 / Flac (tracks/image+.cue)
Total Time: 15:01:52
Total Size: 2,07 / 6,2 Gb

Beatrice Melba Hill (born October 29, 1945), best known by her stage name, Melba Moore is an American singer, actress and entertainer.[2] Moore is the daughter of saxophonist Teddy Hill and R&B singer Bonnie Davis.

In 1975 Moore signed with Buddah Records and released the critically successful R&B album, Peach Melba, which included the minor hit, "I Am His Lady". The following year she scored her first significant hit with the Van McCoy-penned "This Is It", which reached the Billboard Hot 100, the top-20 position on the R&B chart, and top-10 in the UK, becoming her biggest success in that country. 'This is It' also became the number 1 disco track in the UK for that year. It would be 18 years later that Australian singer Dannii Minogue will cover this song and make it to number 10 on the ARIA charts. In 1976 she scored her third Grammy nomination with the R&B ballad "Lean on Me", which had been recorded originally by Vivian Reed and later by Moore's idol Aretha Franklin who recorded the song as a B-side to her 1971 hit "Spanish Harlem". The song is most notable for Moore's extended long note at the end. In 1983 she re-recorded the song as a tribute to McCoy, who had died four years earlier. Throughout the rest of the 1970s, Moore struggled to match the success of "This Is It" with minor R&B/dance hits, gaining another hit with 1979's "You Stepped Into My Life", which was released on Epic Records and hit the top 20 on the R&B charts.

In 1981 Moore signed with Capitol Records and reached the top 5 on the R&B charts with the dance-pop/funk single "Love's Comin' At Ya", which also hit the top 20 in the UK and became a sizable hit in some European countries for its post-disco sound and followed by "Mind Up Tonight" Which was another top 40 hit in the UK. A string of R&B hits followed, including 1983's "Keepin' My Lover Satisfied" and "Love Me Right", 1984's "Livin' For Your Love", 1985's "Read My Lips"—which later won Moore a fourth Grammy nomination for Best Female Rock Vocal Performance, making her just the third black artist after Donna Summer and Michael Jackson to be nominated in the rock category—and 1985's "When You Love Me Like This". In 1986, she scored two number 1 R&B hits, including the duet "A Little Bit More" with Freddie Jackson and "Falling". She scored other popular R&B hits including "Love the One I'm With (A Lot of Love)" and "It's Been So Long". In 1986, Moore also headlined the CBS television sitcom Melba; its debut aired the same night as the Challenger explosion and the show was abruptly cancelled, though five episodes aired that summer. Her success began to wane as the decade closed, although she managed two further Top 10 R&B hits, "Do You Really (Want My Love)" and "Lift Every Voice and Sing". Moore had a starring role in the 1990 horror film Def by Temptation.


1975 - Peach Melba-Remastered-2012
1976 - This Is It
1977 - A Portrait Of Melba
1979 - Burn (2012)
1980 - Closer (2010)
1981 - What A Woman Needs (2011)
1982 - The Other Side Of The Rainbow (2011)
1983 - Never Say Never (2011)
1985 - Read My Lips
1986 - A Lot Of Love (2011)
1988 - I'm In Love
1990 - Soul Exposed
1996 - Lafayette Harris Jr. Trio Featuring Melba Moore - Happy Together
2012 - Dancin With Melba 79
2015 - The Essential Melba Moore

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