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AOTW Shanice Wilson - DISCOVERY (SP-5128)

Discussion in 'A Small Circle of Friends: The Music Forum' started by LPJim, Apr 12, 2017.

  1. LPJim

    LPJim Well-Known Member Moderator Thread Starter

    Shanice Wilson
    A&M SP-5128

    1. "I Think I Love You" – 3:39
    2. "No 1/2 Steppin'" – 4:56
    3. "(Baby Tell Me) Can You Dance" – 4:49
    4. "Spend Some Time with Me" – 4:01
    5. "He's So Cute" – 3:40
    6. "I'll Bet She's Got a Boyfriend" – 4:36
    7. "Do I Know You" – 5:41
    8. "Just a Game" – 4:32
    9. "The Way You Love Me" – 4:12
    Entered the Billboard Top 200 on Nov. 28, 1987
    Charted for 18 weeks and reached # 149
    Released on CD domestically & overseas (Europe & Japan)


  2. ThaFunkyFakeTation

    ThaFunkyFakeTation Ah am so steel een luv weeth yoo

    Shanice is one of the most underrated singers ever. She has power, great phrasing, and TREMENDOUS range. She did a cover of Minnie Riperton's "Loving You" that is just insanely good. She scaled all the heights of the original and made magic with it. Her best known hit is, of course, "I Love Your Smile" - a #2 Pop hit from her next album - the Motown release, "Inner Child".


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