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  • Kigagore says:
    Tracklist: A Portrait Of Melba (): 1. You Are My River 2. Promised Land 3. I Don't Know No One Else To Turn To 4. Standing Right Here 5. Just Another Link 6. Living Free 7. Is This The End 8. Love And I Aren't Strangers Anymore Bonus Tracks: 9. Promised Land (12 Extended) Standing Right.
  • JoJotaur says:
    two CD collection. Standing Right Here - The Anthology: The Buddah & Epic Years is a sumptuous first-of-it's-kind set by the fabulous Melba Moore, spanning the renowned entertainer's recordings between for the Buddah and Epic labels/5(23).
  • Tanris says:
    This repress version has the Arista Records credit as well on the rear cover, as in a second line of wording in the lower half of the label. The earlier versions lacked the Arista Records credit on the labels is Melba Moore - A Portrait Of Melba /5(1).
  • Samusho says:
    The one single issued from the album: "Standing Right Here" in December , failed to become a significant hit, stalling at #69 on the R&B chart in Billboard and #53 on that magazine's Dance Music/Club Play Singles, and A Portrait of Melba became Moore's first Buddah album release to fall short of both the Billboard and the magazine's.
  • Grole says:
    The earlier versions lacked the Arista Records credit on the labels is Melba Moore - A Portrait Of Melba The versions are most likely released around the same time. Barcode and Other Identifiers.
  • Mezigrel says:
    I'm in Love is the sixteenth album by singer Melba Moore, released in Track listing "Love and Kisses" "I'm in Love" (with Kashif) "Love Always Finds a Way" "I Can't Complain" (with Freddie Jackson) "I Don't Know No One Else to Turn To" "I'll Never Find Another You".
  • Gugar says:
    "Sexy Love" by Max B sampled Melba Moore's "I Don't Know No One Else to Turn To". Listen to both songs on WhoSampled, the ultimate database of sampled music, cover songs and remixes.
  • Nikojora says:
    Biography Early life and education. Moore was born Beatrice Melba Hill or Beatrice Melba Smith (sources differ) in New York City to Gertrude Melba Smith (–), who was a singer professionally known as Bonnie Davis and Teddy Hill (–), a big band leader. Moore grew up in the Harlem section of New York until age 9 when her mother remarried jazz pianist Clement Leroy Moorman and.

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