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|2||Money's Too Tight (To Mention)
Mixed By – Gerry E. Brown
|3||This Kind Of Love (Is So Special)||6:13|
|4||I'll Make You Happy||7:06|
|5||Just Let Me Be Close To You||6:39|
|6||Just Another Love Song||4:56|
|7||Money's Too Tight (Instrumental)
Mixed By – Gerry E. Brown
- Produced For – JWS Productions
- Recorded At – Lion Share Recording Studios
- Co-producer – Bobby Lyle
- Drum Programming [Lm-1] – Roger Linn (tracks: A4)
- Drums, Percussion – Raymond Pounds (tracks: A3, A4)
- Executive-Producer – Stanley Bethel
- Keyboards [Fender Rhodes], Piano, Synthesizer [Mini Moog, Profit 10] – Bobby Lyle
- Producer – John Valentine , William Valentine
- Saxophone [Solo, Tenor] – Gary Herbig (tracks: A2, B3)
- Written-By – John Valentine , William Valentine
NotesOriginally released in 1982.
All Songs Written and Produced for JWS Productions.
Recorded at Lion Share Recording Studio L.A., California.
|BR-101936||The Valentine Brothers||First Take (LP, Album)||Bridge Records||BR-101936||US||1982|
|CS 5149||The Valentine Brothers||First Take (LP, Album)||C.S||CS 5149||Saudi Arabia||1982|
|ENL-3624||The Valentine Brothers||First Take (LP, Album)||Energy||ENL-3624||Netherlands||1983|
|BR-101936||The Valentine Brothers||First Take (LP, Album, Promo)||Bridge Records||BR-101936||US||1982|