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Music : Freda Payne - Contact (1971) [2013 Japan]
 
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Artist:Freda Payne
Title:Contact [Japan]
Year Of Release:2013 (1971)
Label:Solid Records [CDSOL-5530]
Genre:Soul, Funk, Pop, R&B
Quality:FLAC (tracks+.cue,log) | Mp3
Total Time:01:05:46
Total Size:594 MB | 284 MB (Scans)
WebSite:Album Preview
Contact was Freda Payne's fourth American released album and her second for Invictus Records. The majority of the material on this album contains sad themes, with the exception of "You Brought the Joy." The album begins with a dramatic 11-minute medley of "I'm Not Getting Any Better" and "Suddenly It's Yesterday," both of which were written by Brian Holland and Lamont Dozier. Some people thought that Holland and Dozier were trying to compete with Diana Ross's hit "Ain't No Mountain High Enough" as both songs contain spoken segments and dramatic musical arrangements. The only cover song is "He's in My Life", which was an album track by The Glass House featuring Freda's sister Scherrie Payne. It was written by Brian Holland, Lamont Dozier and Eddie Holland (under their common pseudonym "Edythe Wayne" to avoid copyright claims by their former employer Motown), jointly with Ron Dunbar. Three singles were lifted from this album: "Cherish What Is Dear to You (While It's Near to You)," "You Brought the Joy," and "The Road We Didn't Take." The anti-war protest song of "Bring the Boys Home" was released before the latter two to high demand and was not included in the first 50,000 copies of this album. After it became a hit (giving Payne her second gold record), it replaced "He's in My Life" as the album's fourth track.


Tracklist:

01. I`M NOT GETTING ANY BETTER
02. SUDDENLY IT`S YESTERDAY
03. YOU BROUGHT THE JOY
04. BRING THE BOYS HOME
05. YOU`VE GOT TO LOVE SOMEBODY (LET IT BE ME)
06. PRELUDE
07. THE ROAD WE DIDN`T TAKE
08. ODDS AND ENDS
09. CHERISH WHAT IS DEAR TO YOU (WHILE IT`S NEAR TO YOU)
10. I SHALL NOT BE MOVED
11. MAMA`S GONE

Bonus Tracks:
12. YOU BROUGHT THE JOY
13. HE`S IN MY LIFE
14. HOW CAN I LIVE WITHOUT MY LIFE
15. JUST A WOMAN
16. COME BACK
17. YOU`RE THE ONLY BARGAIN I`VE GOT
18. DEEPER AND DEEPER
19. BAND OF GOLD [Alternate Version]

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