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Me And Mrs. Jones: The Best Of Billy Paul album for sale by Billy Paul was released Apr 06, 1999 on the Epic Legacy label. Too easily dismissed as little more than a one-hit wonder, Billy Paul was, in fact, one of the most gifted and affecting talents to grace the Philadelphia International stable -- the recipient of some of the Gamble & Huff team's most lush and sophisticated productions. His deeply soulful voice bridged the gap between jazz and soul, textured in equal measure by street-smart swagger and touching vulnerability. Me And Mrs. Jones: The Best Of Billy Paul CD music contains a single disc with 14 songs. ...See Full Description
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||loved it, loved it|
great listening.soulfully delicious!
By ladeluver (phila,pa)
ONE OF THE GREASTEST BALLADEERS OF HIS GENERATION. THIS IS A NGREAT CD, IF YOU LIKE REAL MUSICAL EXPRESSION THEN YOU WILL LOVE THIS CD
By piercejc3 (LITHONIA GA.)
||Music that gets better with age.|
Songs that will always be current and never go "out of style".
By bhrb (Las Vegas, NV USA)
This is truly one of the best male vocalist of his time, and this collection captures some of his best. "Love buddies" is classic, and really shows Billy's jazzy/soulful style.
By MotownMARQ (Detroit, MI, USA)
||When Music Was Music|
What an awesome display of musical talent. Billy Paul's vocal and musical talents are beautifully portrayed throughout this entire CD. The lyrics are beautiful and the sound is fantastic.
By Pjorpitts (St. Petersburg, FL, USA)
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Me And Mrs. Jones: The Best Of Billy Paul songs Product Details
|CD Universe Part number||1089082|
|Release Date||Apr 06, 1999|
|Recording Time||65 minutes|
|Personnel||Billy Paul - vocals|
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Platform CD (2000)
Me And Mrs. Jones: The Best Of Billy Paul songs Gaining popularity within the underground hip-hop scene, Dilated Peoples drop their debut major label album, PLATFORM on Capitol Records. Filled with gritty beats and laced with mic skills, PLATFORM is a debut that grabs the listener's attention from the first play.
Songs like "The Platform," "Guaranteed," and "Ear Drums Pop" are pure hip-hop heaven. Joining Dilated on PLATFORM are B Real ("No Retreat"), and Tha Alkoholics ("Right On"). Beats from mad scientists like The Alchemist, Evidence, T-Ray and E-Swift keep the tracks flowin'. Some of the other cuts that shine on this winning debut are "The Main Event," "Annihilation," and "The Last Line of Defense." Make sure you check out the remix to "Ear Drums Pop," which is a hot posse cut that features White E. Ford, Defari, Planet Asia & Phil Tha Agony.
Additional personnel includes: Everlast, B-Real, Tha Alkaholiks, Aceyalone, Defari, Planet Asia, Phil Da Agony.
Recorded at Threshold Studios, Santa Monica, California; Audio X, Burbank, California; D & D Studios, New York, New York; Can Am Studios, Tarzana, California.
Producers include: The Alchemist, Evidence, E-Swift, Joey Chavez, Babu.
Engineers include: Kurt Matlin, Sean Freehill, Djinji Brown.
Personnel: Planet Asia (vocals); DJ Babu, DJ Revolution (scratches).
Audio Mixers: DJ Babu; Anton Puchansky; Sean Freehill.
Recording information: Audio X, Burbank, CA; Can Am Studios, Tarzana, CA; D&D Studios, New York, ...
Best of Pigface: Preaching to the Perverted CDs (2001)
Me And Mrs. Jones: The Best Of Billy Paul album for sale Disc one contains digitally remastered hit songs. Disc two contains unreleased tracks and live performances.
Additional personnel includes: Jello Biafra, Black Francis, Genesis P-Orridge, Flea, Ogre, Dean Ween, Trent Reznor, Caspar Brotzmann, Chris Connelly, Shonen Knife.
"Ten+ years of Pigface painstakingly edited and remastered on the 19 song Disc one. Unreleased tracks and 'lost' performances on Disc two make this essential for the long-time fan and the first-time Pigface curious, frightened by the extensive catalog. The trademark involvement of fans on stage and on remixes now continues through the web - enabling fans to vote for their favorite songs and also tell their stories of life threatening experiences while listening to Pigface (included in the CD booklet). Aaaarghhhhh gotta go!!!!"
Pigface includes: Charles Levi, Martin Atkins, Gus Ferguson, Curse Mackey, Jared, Meg Lee Chin, Jenny Bellestar, Martin King, BobDog.
Engineers include: Tim Powell, Steve Albini, Mark Walk.
Personnel: En Esch, Meg Lee Chin (vocals, guitar, programming); Lesley Rankine, Marydee Reynolds, Dirk Flanigan, Hope Nichols, Genesis P-Orridge, Sean Joyce, Levi Levi, Trent Reznor, Mary Byker (vocals); William Tucker, Jason McNinch, Steve Albini , Louis Svitek (guitar); Michael Gira (12-string guitar); Bob Dog (sitar); Mark Walk (horns, sampler, background vocals); Martin Atkins (Clavinet, Moog synthesizer, drums, percussion, programming, tapes, background vocals); Andrew Weiss (keyboards); Jim Marcus (drums, electronic percussion, background vocals); Paul Ferguson, Scott Watanabe, Bill Rieflin, Mike Dillon (drums); Patti Adachi (taiko); Jason More (percussion); Terry Black, Charles Levi, Bella Black (background vocals).
Audio Mixer: Tim Powell .
Audio Remasterer: Collin Jordan.
Recording information: E-Zee Studios.
The Best of Pigface: Preaching to the Perverted is a two-disc assemblage of highlights from the decade-long career of the industrial congregation Pigface. The first disc is a true greatest-hits compilation, collecting from the first half-dozen or so studio albums classic tracks like "Alle Ist Mein," "Hips, Tits, Lips, Power!," and the industrial anthem "Suck" (the latter with vocals by Nine Inch Nails' Trent Reznor). The second disc mostly consists of unreleased material, with remixes, interview material, and never-before-heard songs including special guests like Dean Ween and Frank Black. All in all, it's a great package for the many industrial fans who haven't been able to keep up with Pigface's demanding release schedule during the '90s. ~ John Bush
Three Originals CDs (1993)
Me And Mrs. Jones: The Best Of Billy Paul CD music Contains 28 songs from TRISTEZA ON GUITAR, POEMA ON GUITAR and APAIXONADO.
Personnel: Baden Powell (guitar).
Recording information: MPS-Tonstudio, Villingen, Germany (06/01/1966-??/??/1973); Rio De Janeiro, Brazil (06/01/1966-??/??/1973); Studio Atonal Ltda (06/01/1966-??/??/1973); Studio Riosom SIA (06/01/1966-??/??/1973).
Personnel: Baden Powell (guitar, percussion); Cophinha, Sidney Smith, Jorge Ferreira Da Silva (flutes); Braz Limoge (oboe); Eberhard Weber, Sergio, Gabriel Bezerra De Melo (bass); Milton Banana, Charly Antolkii, Joaquim Paz Henriques (drums); Alfredo Bessa, Amauri Coelho, Nelson Granca Guimarnaes, Paulo Humberto Pizziali (percussion).
Stranger By The Minute CD (1999)
Me And Mrs. Jones: The Best Of Billy Paul buy CD music This is an enhanced audio CD which contains regular audio tracks and multimedia computer files.
The second single from the experimental/ alternative rock act's 1999 album 'Stupid Dream'. Contains 'Stranger By The Minute' (Edit) and the non-album tracks 'Even Less (Part 2)' & 'Piano Lessons' (Directed By Mike Bennion). Standard jewelcase. 1999 release.
Porcupine Tree includes: Steven Wilson (vocals, various instruments).
Face A Son Public CD (2000)
Me And Mrs. Jones: The Best Of Billy Paul album for sale Track Listing of songs: Comme Moi; Salle D'Attente; Les Prisons du Roi; La Foule; Les Grogards; Mon Manege A Moi; Bravo pour le Clown; Hymne A L'Amour; Les Mots d'Amour; Les Flons Flons du Bal; T'es L'Homme Qu'il Me Faut; Mon Dieu; Mon Vieux Lucien; La Ville Inconnue; Non Je Ne Regrette Rien; La Belle Histoire d'Amour; Les Blouses Blanches; Marie la Francaise; Une Dame; L'Homme A la Moto; Toi Qui Sais; Hymne A L'Amour; Les Amants D'un Jour; Bravo pour le Clown; L'Accordeoniste; Roulez Tambours; Le Diable de la Bastille; Musique A Tout Va; Le Petit Brouillard; Le Droit D'Aimer; Le Billard Electrique; Toi Tu L'Entends Pas; Quoi Ca Sert L'Amour, A; Non Je Ne Regrette Rien; La Foule; Milord; Heureuse; Avec le Soleil; C'Est A Hambourg; Legende; Enfin le Printemps; Misericorde; Je T'ai dans la Peau; La Gualante du Pauvre Jean; Bravo pour le Clown; Padam, Padam; Hymne A L'Amour; L'Accordeoniste; Extrait de Repetition Aant Concert; Monsieur Incognito; Tiens, V'la un Marin; Le Chant d'Amour; J'Enai Tant Vu; C'Etait Pas Moi; Margot Cour Gros; Quoi Ca Sert L'Amour, A; Les Gens; Traque; Presentation; Roulez Tambours; Le Petit Brouillard; Musique A Tout Va; Le Rendez-Vous; Emporte Moi; Margot Cour Gros; Le Droit D'Aimer; Monsieur Incognito; Traque; Le Billard Electrique; Non Je Ne Regrette Rien; Quoi Ca Sert L'Amour, A;
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Duetos Romanticos 2 CD (2008)
Me And Mrs. Jones: The Best Of Billy Paul CD music Track Listing of songs: Only Yesterday; Stop, Look, Listen; Careless Whisper; One Day in Your Life; How Deep Is Your Love; Hard to Say I'm Sorry; From This Moment On; Somewhere out There; Overjoyed; ; It Must Have Been Love; I've Got You Under My Skin; Stayin' Alive; Rock with You; I Say a Little Prayer; Never Can Say Goodbye;
Reba Mcentire / At Her Very Best CD (2006)
Me And Mrs. Jones: The Best Of Billy Paul buy CD music European collection of the red-haired country singing sensation's recording career. 22 great great songs that established her legend and helped her to spring from honky tonks and dancehalls to the great white way, the small screen and the silver screen.
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Blindness Is A State Of Mind CD (2007)
Me And Mrs. Jones: The Best Of Billy Paul songs From the time he discovered his mother's cookware, Vinny St. Marten filled his world with music. "For years I drove my family crazy, using forks and spoons to bang on pots and pans, as I listened to music on the radio. It got so bad that my family hid all the silverware from me. So in the middle of the night, I found two 4 lb. jars of coffee, dumped the coffee down the toilet, and taped the jars together. It was my first pair of bongos. We were so poor that my mother couldn't afford to hire a plumber. She spent hours plunging the toilet and screaming at me."
"One of my brothers suggested that mama should buy me a set of drums. I got my first drum set when I was twelve. One by one, 'for sale' signs went up all over the neighborhood as complaints about the noise grew. But I didn't care. Who needed neighbors? I had my drums."
Vinny was raised in Glen Cove, New York, in a neighborhood known as "The Orchard." It was home to many immigrant families, mostly Italian. There were grape arbors, and bocce courts. Behind his house was a small farm. Vinny still recalls hearing the sounds of chickens and sheep outside his window.
His father had been a farmer in Calabria. In America he found work on an estate, managing a huge garden and caring for the livestock. Vinny remembers his dad pushing him in a wheelbarrow, as he gave him a tour of the grounds. "Papa" held the same job for 65 years, until he retired.
His mother was married at twelve and had her first child when she was thirteen. Vinny was the last of sixteen children. He and his brothers slept three and four in a bed. "I remember hearing the sound of rats scratching in the walls as we tried to sleep. But I just assumed that everyone lived that way."
Vinny was born with glaucoma, which was a very rare occurrence for a newborn. His condition was written about in several medical journals. He also had recurring cataracts and endured twelve eye surgeries, until finally losing his sight when he was about eight years old. In 1956, he received one of the first corneal transplants on the East Coast. There were newpaper articles, television cameras, get well messages from celebrities, and even a marriage proposal. Sadly however, the operation was not successful.
But music became Vinny's lifeline. Once he began playing drums and singing, he formed a band and started his life as a professional musician. When he was eighteen, he left Glen Cove and moved to Manhattan. There he found studio work and played on recordings by The Four Seasons ("The Good Ship Lollipop"), Spanky and Our Gang ("Sunday Will Never Be the Same") and The Essex ("Easier said Than Done"), among others. Vinny was at one of these recording sessions during the blackout of 1965. He knew his way around the building and was able to safely guide everyone down the stairwells to the street.
In 1968, Vinny was the first artist signed to Davy Jones Records. The record was called "Gypsy Girl" and just recently, Vinny was able to find pristine copies of the 45 in Australia. He was also featured in some of the teen magazines of the day. And he continued his studio work, most notably at ABC records and Bell Sound.
He met Elysa Sunshine in 1973. She answered an ad that Vinny and his band had posted in a local newspaper. When he heard that a young woman was coming to audition, he told his bandmates that he didn't want any girls in the band. "They're too much trouble," he said. However, after hearing Elysa play and sing, he realized that he had to hire her. 33 years later, they are still best friends and musical soulmates.
3000 Miles 3000 Nights CD (2009)
Me And Mrs. Jones: The Best Of Billy Paul album for sale Rosa Alchemica, a 4 piece post punk band, formed in 2005, are named after the Yeats short story and there is an intelligence to their music that marks them out from the indie crowd. Hailing originally from the Baltics they've picked up a Kiwi and an Englishman on their travels from Estonia to their new home in London.
The quartet have just released their latest album '3000 Miles 3000 Nights' which is a reference to the miles travelled from Estonia and the number of nights it's taken to complete! On their new album they display the musical bluster of Idlewild, the shimmering chords of The House Of Love and the angsty aggression of Husker Du. It's smart, punchy and sounds like they've spent 3,000 nights alone with only a suitcase full of underground rock records and Russian socialist realism films from the 30s. It's got more edge than a broken bottle in the hands of a drunken thug.
The roaring, insistent guitars that assault the ears on album opener 'Spatial' recall the early albums of Idlewild. But Rosa Alchemica don't simply hammer their way through the album like unrestrained builders in an empty house. Tracks like 'Don't Die Young' and 'Worlds End' have a deftness of touch like a skittish House Of Love with ants in their pants.