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  1. Listen free to Lee Moses – Bad Girl (Pt. 1) (Bad Girl (Part 1), Bad Girl (Part 2)). 2 tracks (). Discover more music, concerts, videos, and pictures with the largest catalogue online at terckoveaworkbuslapekamarimtamat.xyzinfo
  2. Long overdue release of this classic Soul album originally released on Maple Records featuring 14 additional tracks! Lee Moses may not be a familiar name to most, but to fans of '60s and '70s Soul music, this album has built up a cult following since it's release over 30 years ago. 23 tracks total including 'Got The Will', 'Every Boy And Girl', 'Free At Last', 'Hey Joe' and the title track.4/4(12).
  3. Lyrics to 'Bad Girl, Pt. 2' by Lee Moses. Big brother told me not to fall in love With an older woman (ha ha) Love, don't you treat me like a king, But I'd never let her know.
  4. May 24,  · Singles & Rarities collects all of Lee Moses’ non-album singles and B-sides, plus three never-released tracks together for the first time ever. Most of the material here pre-dates ’s Time and Place, reflecting his initial bid for stardom via a series of now-legendary 45s recorded with Atlanta producer Johnny Brantley.
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  6. Time and Place, a Compilation of songs by Lee Moses. Released in on Castle (catalog no. CMQCD; CD). Genres: Deep Soul, Southern Soul. Featured peformers: Peter J. Reynolds (remastering), Simon White (liner notes, compiler).
  7. LEE MOSES is a cult figure amongst rare funk and deep soul collectors with his lone album, Time And Place, the holy grail of his brief but majestic recording legacy. Despite working with the likes of Eddie Billups, King Hannibal, Freddie Terrell, Barbara Hall and Gladys Knight & .
  8. Lee Moses was a huge talent and if he'd had the big hit album he richly deserved, Time And Place would've been it. A self-taught multi-instrumentalist, Moses cut his teeth in the clubs of Atlanta, the 'Motown of the South', where he frequently performed alongside his contemporary Gladys Knight (who reportedly wanted him for the Pips, but couldn't pin him down).It was, however, in New York in /5(47).

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