(Soul-Funk,R&B,New Jack Swing,Hip Hop,Rock) [CD] Lisa Lisa (Lisa Lisa & The Cult Jam) - LL 77 - 1994, FLAC (image+.cue), lossless

(Soul-Funk,R&B,New Jack Swing,Hip Hop,Rock) [CD] Lisa Lisa (Lisa Lisa & The Cult Jam) - LL 77 - 1994, FLAC (image+.cue), lossless
Lisa Lisa / LL 77
Жанр: Soul-Funk,R&B,New Jack Swing,Hip Hop,Rock
Носитель: CD
Страна-производитель диска (релиза): US
Год издания: 1994
Издатель (лейбл): ERG/Pendulum/EMI
Номер по каталогу: E2-28172,243 8 28172
Страна исполнителя (группы): US
Аудиокодек: FLAC (*.flac)
Тип рипа: image+.cue
Битрейт аудио: lossless
Продолжительность: 00:59:29
Источник (релизер): собственный рип
Наличие сканов в содержимом раздачи: нет
1 Why Can't Lovers
2 I'm Open
3 The Great Pretender
4 Skip To My Lu
5 Covers
6 Mr. Jimmy
7 Knockin' Down The Walls
8 When I Fell In Love
9 Acid Rain
10 If This Is Real
11 Make It Right
12 Same Old Thing
Лог создания рипа
Exact Audio Copy V1.1 from 23. June 2015
EAC extraction logfile from 25. August 2015, 23:27
Lisa Lisa / LL 77
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12 | 53:06.22 | 6:23.30 | 238972 | 267726
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Об исполнителе (группе)
Lisa Lisa (born Lisa Velez, January 15, 1966) and her band Cult Jam are an urban contemporary band and one of first freestyle music groups to emerge from New York City in the 1980s. Cult Jam consisted of guitarist/bassist Alex "Spanador" Moseley, and drummer and keyboardist Mike Hughes. They were assembled and produced by Full Force.Velez is of Puerto Rican descent and grew up in New York City and attended Julia Richman High School in Manhattan, NY. The group released their debut album Lisa Lisa & Cult Jam with Full Force in 1985. She was signed by Columbia Records and the label released their single "I Wonder If I Take You Home" to the European division of CBS Records for the compilation album Breakdancing. Stateside club DJs began playing the single from the import LP, and thus the U.S. division of CBS, Columbia Records, released the record. It quickly became a chart-topper on Billboard's Hot Dance/Disco chart. It then crossed over to the R&B chart where it peaked at #6, and then to the pop chart, peaking at #34 in summer 1985. The single eventually went gold.
"I Wonder If I Take You Home" was followed by another club hit, "Can You Feel the Beat", which also went to #40 on the R&B chart in late 1985. A sampling of the lyrics of this song would later be used by Nina Sky for their hit single "Move Ya Body" in 2004. Their third single, the ballad "All Cried Out", also went gold, going to number #3 R&B and #8 pop in summer 1986. "All Cried Out" was later covered by Allure in 1997 and was a hit in 1998. Lisa Lisa & Cult Jam with Full Force went platinum.
Their second album, Spanish Fly, was a huge success in 1987. It spawned two #1 pop hits, "Head to Toe" and "Lost in Emotion", both of which went gold and both of which sported a retro Motown flavor mixed with the Freestyle sound they were known for. "Head to Toe" also parked at #1 R&B for two weeks and stayed in the pop top 5 nearly three months. Lost In Emotion's video went on to become the 4th most played video of 1987 on MTV. Spanish Fly went platinum, peaking at #7 on the album chart. Other singles from the album were the ballad "Someone to Love Me for Me" b/w "Spanish Fly" (#7 R&B), "Everything Will B-Fine" (#9 R&B).
In between albums they recorded "Go For Yours," which was featured in the movie Caddyshack II and is found on its soundtrack exclusively.
1989's Straight to the Sky was a moderate hit that included the Top 30 pop/#3 R&B single, "Little Jackie Wants to Be a Star", as well as the club hit "Just Git It Together". Two decades later, their hit song would inspire the name of the group Little Jackie.
Their fourth and final album, Straight Outta Hell's Kitchen, was less of a commercial success, though it did include a hit with "Let the Beat Hit 'Em", which reached the pop Top 40 and was a #1 hit on both the R&B and club charts. The group disbanded in 1991. Velez pursued both solo and acting careers, and Moseley and Hughes went on to do other projects.
Lisa Lisa released a solo album called LL77 in 1994, which included the moderate club hit "When I Fell In Love" (which was remixed by Junior Vasquez) and the notable single "Skip To My Lu", which hit #38 on the R&B chart. She resurfaced circa 2001 on the Nickelodeon series Taina, in which she played the title character's mother.
On June 24, 2008, Lisa Lisa presented an award at the BET Awards sparking interest that she may be plotting a comeback.
In 2009, Lisa Lisa released Life 'n Love, a full length album of new material on Mass Appeal Entertainment featuring the single "Can't Wait" with guest rapper Pitbull. The album also features a cover version of the song "Stand" which was originally performed by Taylor Dayne on her 1998 album "Naked without You." The song "Que Locura" was also released as an iTunes single.
Об альбоме (сборнике)
In an interview in Lucy O'Brien's book She Bop, Lisa Lisa expressed her desire to "come out on her own and grow up" on LL 77, her first post-Lisa Lisa & Cult Jam album. Enlisting a whole cavalcade of funky New Yorkers (Nona Hendryx, Junior Vasquez, Giovanni Salah, Guru), LL 77 is a spotty debut, but promising enough that it should have warranted a follow-up. From the opening downtown girl chatter to the studio talk that segues some of the songs, it's obvious Lisa Lisa feels more at home in the album's urban landscape than the glistening pop Cult Jam recorded. "Why Can't Lovers" and "Covers" both deal with sex without love being better than being alone, and "I'm Open" speaks to the creative and reflective benefits of marijuana -- hardly Cult Jam material! There's an acceptable amount of bland filler on LL 77, but most of the album comes off as a more streetwise and sensible Prince production (Prince-protégé-gone-AWOL Jill Jones contributes some songwriting). The album's dreamy single, "Skip to My Lu," failed to climb the charts like Cult Jam did, and Lisa Lisa was relieved of her major label duties. Track 1 produced by Guru (f Gang Starr);track 2-6 by Giovanni Salah(except track 3 together with Jill Jones);tracks 7-9 & 11,12 produced by Junior Vasquez;track 10 by Nona Hendryx.Backing Vocals on track 1 by Nona Hendryx;Track 5 by Sabelle;8-12 by Lydia Rhodes (except 12 together with Junior Vasquez)
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