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Thelma Houston & Janitor - Fortytwo download mp3 album
Performer:
Thelma Houston & Janitor
Album:
Fortytwo
Released:
2013
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1681 mb
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1417 mb
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1814 mb
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Thelma Houston (née Jackson; born May 7, 1946) is an American singer and actress. She scored a number-one hit in 1977 with her recording of "Don't Leave Me This Way", which won the Grammy for Best Female R&B Vocal Performance. Houston was born in Leland, Mississippi. Her mother was a cotton picker. She and her three sisters grew up primarily in Long Beach, California.

Grammy WinningDisco Diva Thelma Houston Collaborates With Janitor a young Producer/Musician and release their New EP entitledFORTY TWO. Original songs aren’t a dime a dozen. It may be hard to recreate such a sound from one of American music’s most famous disco diva icons, Thelma Houston. Houston released her third album Any Way You Like It in 1976. The first single released was her version of Ha.

Grammy Winning Disco Diva Thelma Houston Collaborates With Janitor a young Producer/Musician and release their New EP entitled FORTY TWO. Original songs aren't a dime a dozen. It may be hard to recreate such a sound from one of American music's most famous disco diva icons, Thelma Houston. The first single released was her version of Harold Melvin & the Blue Notes' 1975 song "Don't Leave Me This Way?. In February 1977 the track hit Number 1 in the . on the R&B and Club Play Singles charts and in April 1977 on the Hot 100 Charts. Don't Leave Me This Way" won Houston the Best Female R&B Vocal Performance at the Grammys for 1977.

The company released the album Thelma Houston in 1972; like Sunshower, it was well received but not a major commercial success, and four years would pass before she cut another long-player for the label. In the interim, Houston cut an album with the group Pressure Cooker, I've Got the Music in Me, for the audiophile Sheffield Lab label. However, the year 1976 would be a game changer for Houston. In 1990, Houston returned to the recording studio for the album Throw You Down; the set was produced by Richard Perry and spawned another dancefloor hit with the title track. In 1994, she took part in a benefit performance of gospel material with three other R&B singers with gospel roots - Chaka Khan, Ce Ce Peniston, and Phoebe Snow.

Thelma Houston & Janitor (4). Thelma Houston & Janitor (4) - Fortytwo ‎(5xFile, EP, 270).

Thelma Houston Official, Los Angeles, California. THELMA HOUSTON's Agent's e-mail: DivasAndDjsl.

Нравится слушателям: Marvin Gaye, Diana Ross, Earth, Wind & Fire. Thelma Houston, D'Maurice and Armageddon. Don't Leave Me this Way. Thelma Houston. Getting Physical - Original Soundtrack.