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Shirley Brown, Z.Z. Hill & Dorothy Moore - Please Don't Let Our Good Thing End download mp3 album

Shirley Brown, Z.Z. Hill & Dorothy Moore - Please Don't Let Our Good Thing End download mp3 album
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Please Don't Let Our Good Thing End
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1995
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Dorothy Moore (born October 13, 1946, in Jackson, Mississippi) is an American blues, gospel, and R&B singer best known for her 1976 hit song, "Misty Blue". Moore's parents were Mary Moore and Melvin Hendrex Senior. Her father performed under the stage name Melvin Henderson as a member of the Five Blind Boys of Mississippi

Please Don't Let Our Good Thing End~ZZ Hill & Dorothy Moore. Patty Loveless - He Thinks I Still Care. Dorothy Moore - Since I Don't Have You, Since I Fell For You medley (1979). Chords: Bb. Gm. Ebm. F. Cm.

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Hill’s second album for United Artists was recorded at the fabled Fame studio in Muscle Shoals, Alabama. Equally impressive is the lamenting Two Wrongs Don’t Make a Right, which is richly enhanced by a churchy organ in the background and infectious horns. You’re Killing Me (Slowly But Surely) probably is most enduring of all. First recorded by his erstwhile label mate Freddie North in 1971, Hill gives his own spin on this mournful, tear jerking opus. The inclusion of Donna Fargo‘s huge hit Funny Face is well executed, but hardly essential. is another highly rewarding soul album that deserved a better fate.

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Z Hill ( born Arziel Hill September 30, 1935, Naples, Texas - died April 27, 1984, Dallas, Texas) was a popular charting southern blues singer and guitarist from the late 60’s until his death in the mid 1980s. He made recordings released on a variety of labels, including Kent, ., Capricorn, Quinvy, Atlantic, Mankind, Hill, United Artists Columbia and later Malaco. I Need Someone (To Love Me). Am I Groovin' You? Please Don't Let Our Good Thing End.

Please Don't Let Our Good Thing End" is on the following albums: . Hill - Greatest Hits. Song List Main Feedback.

Tracklist

A Dorothy Moore & Z.Z. Hill Please Don't Let Our Good Thing End 4:44
B Shirley Brown I'm Gonna Stop You From Givin' Me The Blues 4:14