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🎵 AotW Brothers Johnson KICKIN' (A&M SP 5162)

LPJim

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A1 Kick It To The Curb 3:55
A2 Real Love 4:34
A3 I Fresh 5:03
A4 Still In Love 4:48
A5 P.O. Box 2000 4:27
B1 Ball Of Fire 5:09
B2 We Must Be In LoveVocals – Denise Vallin 3:55
B3 I'll Give It Up 4:06
B4 This Is Our Love 4:59
B5 Party Avenue 4:51



℗&© 1988 A&M Records, Inc.
Recorded at Artisan Sound Records Studios; Larrabee Recording Studio Metropolis
Mastered at Bernie Grundman Mastering, Hollywood, CA
Printed in the U.S.A.

Released on CD in 1988 in Japan as # D32Y3228


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Mike Blakesley

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Wow I never saw this album. The Brothers Johnson fell out of favor pretty fast after their initial handful of hits.
 

Rudy

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They were certainly past their peak popularity when this was released. Their songs were more popular a decade earlier, when Quincy Jones was producing their albums. Thankfully they still were busy as session musicians throughout the years.
 

toeknee4bz

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No joke: I never knew what "Strawberry Letter #23" was until I heard it on the Muzak system in the grocery store. Am I old or what?
 

Rudy

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No joke: I never knew what "Strawberry Letter #23" was until I heard it on the Muzak system in the grocery store. Am I old or what?
I only knew it from the red 12-inch single. I didn't realize the single was sped up until I picked up the A&M Backlot Greatest Hits CD and heard it at the proper "album" speed. The flip side was OK though.
 
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