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Melanie Rosales - What You Really Want album flac
  • Performer: Melanie Rosales
  • Title: What You Really Want
  • Genre: Electronic / Funk and Soul
  • Country: US
  • Date of release: 1984
  • Music style: Disco, Hi NRG
  • MP3 size: 1115 mb
  • FLAC size 1438 mb
  • Formats MPC AAC XM MP3 VQF VOC WMA

Melanie's professional career began when she was twelve years old and started playing club dates in smokey country roadhouses with seasoned country professionals. Less than ten years later she was traveling from California to Florida and all points in between doing rock and roll club dates before settling in Minneapolis. During this period Melanie worked with Taj Mahal, Bonnie Raitt, Chris Williamson, Prince, Jimmy Jam and Terry Lewis as well as Nashville producers Anthony Martin and Paul Worley. In the process Melanie received four Minnesota Music Awards for Best Female Vocalist.

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Cynthia Johnson Steven Greenberg Margie Cox Melanie Rosales Tom Riopelle Terry Grant David Rivkin. Lipps Inc. (/lɪp sɪŋk/ lip-sink) was an American disco and funk group from Minneapolis, Minnesota  . After the third album Designer Music, Johnson left the band and was replaced by Margie Cox and Melanie Rosales. released its final album 4 in 1983 before disbanding two years later. Awards and recognitions. Three Billboard Music Awards, 1980.

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All I Really Want to Do is the debut solo studio album by American singer-actress Cher and was released on October 16, 1965, by Imperial Records. The album was produced for Cher by her then husband and singing partner, Sonny Bono, with contributions from arranger Harold Battiste. The album is by-and-large a collection of cover versions but does contain three songs written by Bono.

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K-12" will be the sophomore album and second major-label record by Melanie Martinez. Melanie began working on the album in 2015 and finished it in early 2017. It is set to be released on September 6th, 2019. Martinez began recording the album in 2015 and finished in 2017. It was originally set to be released in the fall of 2017 and January of 2018. However, it was then pushed back to early 2019. The standard version of the album is set to have a total of 13 songs.

Tracklist Hide Credits

A What You Really Want (Dance Mix)
Remix – Steve Raitt, Walter McLean
B1 Tell Me What You Want
Mixed By – Steve Raitt
B2 What You Really Want (Instrumental)
Remix – Steve Raitt, Walter McLean

Credits

  • Arranged By, Producer – Ricky Peterson, Steve Raitt
  • Engineer – Jack Daly, Steve Raitt, Steve Wiese
  • Written-By – Jerry Williams*

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
WAR-7619 Melanie Rosales What You Really Want ‎(7", Single) Wide Angle WAR-7619 US 1984


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