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Irving Kaufman / Billy Jones  - He Loves It / All For The Love Of Mike download mp3 album
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He Loves It / All For The Love Of Mike
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1922
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For the Love of Mike (originally titled Hell's Kitchen) is a 1927 American silent romantic drama film. Directed by Frank Capra, it starred Claudette Colbert (in her film debut) and Ben Lyon. It is now considered to be a lost film. A baby boy is found abandoned in a Hell's Kitchen tenement and subsequently is raised by three men: a German delicatessen owner (Sterling), a Jewish tailor (Sidney), and an Irish street cleaner (Cameron)

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Michael A. Jones (born November 18, 1981) is an American rapper, actor, songwriter, and entrepreneur. Jones reached national fame in 2004-05 on Swishahouse with the release of his breakout singles "Still Tippin'" and "Back Then", which peaked at and respectively on the Billboard Hot 100, and led to Jones releasing his debut studio album Who Is Mike Jones? on April 19, 2005, which peaked at on the US Billboard 200 and is certified platinum by the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA).

All for Love" is a song written by Bryan Adams, Robert John "Mutt" Lange, and Michael Kamen for the soundtrack The Three Musketeers: Original Motion Picture Soundtrack. It was performed by Bryan Adams, Rod Stewart, and Sting. The power ballad was released as a CD single in the United States on November 16, 1993. It was a worldwide hit, reaching number one across Europe, Australia and North America.

In 1911 he went to New York City and was hired to plug songs by the sheet music mogul Leo Feist. Kaufman's first record, cut in the summer of 1914, was entitled "I Love the Ladies" and was actually a cylinder, not a record. His voice perfectly suited the acoustic recording techniques of the time. Kaufman was a master at projecting into the recording horn with a sense of diction that never faltered: if he had been singing rock & roll, nobody's mother would have ever complained about not understanding the words. When the microphone came along a new breed of soft crooners.

Mike Love bounds up the stairs inside his massive Lake Tahoe home (10 bedrooms in all, 12 bathrooms, two elevators, not to be believed) and into a large walk-in closet stuffed to overflowing with garish, multicolored shirts and a gazillion baseball caps, many of them emblazoned with the name of his band, the Beach Boys. And why should he unpack? For the past 54 years, he and various versions of the Beach Boys, which these days include only him as an original member, have toured almost constantly. On his current outing, he has 172 dates lined up, cramming 19 European shows into 22 days this past December, for instance, and shortly thereafter flying back stateside to give the 6,500 citizens of tiny Avon, Colorado, the chance to hear all about California girls. From there, it’s onward, evermore, venues big and small, makes no difference to him.

Mike Jones The one and only, you can't clone me Got a lot of haters and a lot of homies, some friends and some phony Back then hoes didn't want me, now I'm hot hoes all on me Back then hoes didn't want me, now I'm hot hoes all on me Back then hoes didn't want me, now I'm hot hoes all on me (I said!) Back then hoes didn't want me, now I'm hot hoes all on m. The original appeared on several Texas mixtapes before Mike Jones or SwishaHouse signed to a major label. The original version also used a different beat produced by Bigg Tyme and featured Chamillionaire on the 3rd verse instead of Paul Wall. The original version eventually appeared officially on Rap-A-Lot Record’s compilation album The Day After Hell Broke Loose. The song’s chorus samples a Slim Thug freestyle from 1999 over the I’m A Ho beat by Whodini.

Tracklist Hide Credits

A Irving Kaufman He Loves It
Written-By – Leslie*, Clarke*, Wendling*
B Billy Jones All For The Love Of Mike
Written-By – Tobias*, Nelson*, Pease*