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Willie Hutch - Love Games / Trampin album mp3

Willie Hutch - Love Games / Trampin album mp3

Performer: Willie Hutch
Title: Love Games / Trampin
Country: US
Released: 1970
Style: Soul, Vocal, Disco
Rating: 4.9
Votes: 517
Other formats: AIFF TTA APE MMF WAV AIFF ASF

Nome real: William McKinley Hutchinson. Perfil: American vocalist, guitarist and songwriter. Born December 6, 1944, in Los Angeles, died September 19, 2005, in Dallas. Best remembered for The Mack soundtrack, he also worked with many Motown artists, including The Jackson 5 for whom he co-wrote the hit I’ll Be There. Season For Love (Album). Love Games, Trampin (Single).

Tracklist: 1. Season For Love, 2. The Twelfth Of Never, 3. Trying To Understand A Woman, 4. When A Boy Falls In Love, 5. The Shortest Distance, 6. Hurt So Bad, 7. Walking On My Love, 8. Wichita Lineman, 9. Let’s Try It Over Again, 10. The Magic Of Love. More albums from Willie Hutch: In And Out by Willie Hutch. The Mack by Willie Hutch. Fully Exposed by Willie Hutch. Soul Portrait by Willie Hutch. View all albums . Season For Love.

Willie Hutch – Having A House Party/Making A Game Out Of Love. Released 18th August 2017. This is a strong album – if personal preference points me more towards the thumping title track and Willie’s Boogie, which is marked by a certain cinematic quality, Hutch handles the sophisticated Soul efforts like I Never Had It So Good equally well. In addition to his playing, he had a honey-toned high voice that could transform into a growl should the need arise and he uses it to full effect here. There’s the occasional drfit towards self-parody like on the sugary What You Gonna Do After The Party?, but on the whole its a winner

WILLIE HUTCH: Everybody Needs Money, Mono 45 (dj) Funk. WILLIE HUTCH: Love Games, Trampin' 45 (dj) Soul.

Havin' A House Party was Willie's seventh album for Motown; the . born, Texas-raised music man - who had enjoyed success as a songwriter for The 5th Dimension and Al Wilson among others and who had also recorded for RCA - signed with the label in 1973 after writing The Jackson 5's hit, 'I'll Be There' and Willie's.

William McKinley Hutchison (December 6, 1944 – September 19, 2005), better known as Willie Hutch, was an American singer, songwriter as well as a record producer and recording artist for the Motown record label during the 1970s and 1980s. Born in 1944 in Los Angeles, Hutch was raised in Dallas, Texas. He joined the high school choral group, The Ambassadors, as a teenager.

A versatile figure during Motown's "golden years," Willie Hutch penned hits for other artists, as well as issuing albums on his own. Born Willie McKinley Hutchinson during 1946 in Los Angeles, CA, Hutc. ead Full Biography.

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Tracklist

Love Games 2:45
Trampin ( I've Got To Find My Baby ) 3:21

Versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
74-0392 Willie Hutch Love Games / Trampin ‎(7", Single) RCA 74-0392 US 1970
74-0392 Willie Hutch Love Games / Trampin ‎(7", Single, Promo) RCA 74-0392 US 1970


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