Magic was the first album by the funk band T-Connection. The album was released in 1977. A1. Do What Ya Wanna Do (7:15) - (T. Coakley) A2. Disco Magic (7:15) - (T. Coakley - Cory Wade) A3. Go Back Home (3:45) - (T. Coakley) B1. Got to See My Lady (4:30) - (T. Coakley) B2. Crazy Mixed Up World (3:15) - (T. Coakley) B3. Mothers Love (3:30) - (T. Coakley) B4. Monday Morning (3:15) - (T. Coakley) B5. Peace Line (5:05) - (T. Coakley). com Production: Cory Wade & Alex Sadkin.
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Hold Me in Your Arms is the second album by English pop singer Rick Astley, released in November 1988 on RCA Records. It is the follow-up to his successful debut album Whenever You Need Somebody. Half of the tracks on Hold Me in Your Arms were written and produced by Stock Aitken Waterman and the other half were Astley's own compositions, produced by PWL associates Phil Harding, Ian Curnow and Daize Washbourn.
Album · 2013 · 1 Song. Released: 4 Oct 2013.
Free Download "T-Connection - 1977 - Magic" Album. Tell us what you think and what you know about the album and the artist. Chat with fans, listen & download music. Contribute to FunkMySoul. gr, a Funk, Soul, Jazz & R&B digital record collection. T-Connection – 1977 – Magic. In the late 1970s, T-Connection was one of those bands that had one foot in funk and the other in disco. The Miami residents weren’t nearly as gritty as c or Cameo, but they had more grit and toughness than glossy Euro-disco acts like Silver Convention, Love & Kisses, and the Munich Machine. T-Connection’s albums were uneven, but the band could be exciting when it came up with the right groove.
As in the book Hold Me Tight, Created for Connection walks a couple through key conversations that help restore a sense of emotional safety in their relationship followed by conversations designed to deepen their emotional connection.