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The Isley Brothers - Nobody But Me / Im Laughing To Keep From Crying (Vinyl)

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8 Responses to The Isley Brothers - Nobody But Me / Im Laughing To Keep From Crying (Vinyl)

  1. Akilkis says:
    The Isley Brothers, all five of them, who decamped to upstate New York in to record the funk classic Go For Your Guns, were not the same Isley Brothers who started as a precocious gospel group more than 20 years earlier.A second generation of brothers Isley had joined O’Kelly, Ronald and Rudolph in the group, as Ernie, Marvin, and in-law Chris Jasper had become members of the band full.
  2. Gardashakar says:
    1-Twist and Shout 2-Time After Time 3-Twistin' With Linda 4-Right Now 5-Never Leave Me Baby 6-The Snake 7-Nobody But Me 8-I'm Laughing To Keep From Crying 9-You Better Come Home Let's Twist Again Product details/5(4).
  3. Nijar says:
    The Isley Brothers - Nobody But Me / I'm Laughing To Keep From Crying - Wand - USA () Previous by Artist Chuck Jackson - I Will Never Turn My Back On You / Tears Of Joy - Wand - .
  4. Majora says:
    Nobody but me (nobody but me) Yeah, I'm gonna spin, I do Ain't nobody do it but me, babe (Nobody but me) Well, let me tell you nobody Nobody but me Let me tell you, nobody (Nobody) nobody (Nobody.
  5. Yocage says:
    Discover releases, reviews, track listings, recommendations, and more about The Isley Brothers - Nobody But Me / I'm Laughing To Keep From Crying at Discogs. Complete your The Isley Brothers /5(15).
  6. Shagul says:
    7" Single on 45cat: The Isley Brothers - Tango / She's Gone - United Artists - UK - UP
  7. Tot says:
    The Isley Brothers A: Nobody But Me B: I'm Laughing To Keep From Crying: Wand USA: Dec 7" 5: $ The Isley Brothers A: I Say Love B: Hold On Baby: Wand USA: May 7" 2: Isley Brothers A: Tango B: She's Gone: United Artists USA: UA May 7" 0: The Isley Brothers A: Surf And Shout B: Whatcha' Gonna Do.
  8. Digami says:
    The doo-wop orientated mid-tempo "Write to Me" is a superb example of how The Isley's were moulding the uptown soul sound that would soon dominate all of R&B music. Also includes their hit song, and undeniable pop music classic, "Twist & Shout" plus a stunning version of Ray Charles' "A Fool for You" which reveals Ronald's talent for bluesy.

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