Rick James - Fool On The Street FLAC album
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Street Songs is the fifth album by American musician Rick James, released in April 1981 via Gordy Records. Give It to Me Baby", the lead song and single from the album, became James' second number one single on the R&B chart. It spent five weeks at the top spot. The fifth song on the album, "Super Freak", was also one of James' biggest hits.
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Setting Rick James on the road to success, ‘Street Songs’ reflected the conflicting duality at the heart of his punk funk aesthetic. James had already lit up the charts with his debut album, 1978’s Come Get It!, which melded his brash, edgy, street personality with sizzling soul flavours and earthy disco-funk grooves. Three more albums followed in the wake of that explosive debut, but it was Street Songs that took things to a whole other level. Released on 7 April 1981, the album’s success was aided by the funkafied, infectious dance groove ‘Give It To Me Baby’, a single.
Rick James (born James Ambrose Johnson Jr. February 1, 1948 – August 6, 2004) was an American singer-songwriter, t and producer. Born and raised in Buffalo, New York, James began his musical career in his teen years. He was in a number of various bands and groups before entering the . Navy to avoid being drafted in the early 1960s.
You can see the Rick James - Fool On The Street lyrics on this page and listen to the song. Rick James& top lyrics on this site. now you come right back on the scene tryna run that same game on me by playin with my heart leaving me torn apart you can't no more my baby I won't be fooled no more I won't be fooled no more. I was a fool baby but I wont be fooled no more love, the day you walked on me i died for days I sat around and cried I even thought of taking my life I was a fool baby. as time went on, I grew stronger within myself I wrote a song and changed my name from the streets I went to wealth and fame, ah yeah. now this fool on the streets that you knew and loved a long time ago he's died and.
Words By, Music By – Rick James. 8. Below The Funk (Pass The J). Words By, Music By – Rick James. Bonus Tracks: The 12-Inch Mixes. 9. Give It To Me Baby. Vocals – Melvin Franklin, Teena MarieWords By, Music By – Rick James.
Album: Street Songs (1981). Charted: 16. Get the Sheet Music License This Song. This was the biggest hit for James. He had just modest success on the Hot 100 (where he never scored a Top 10 hit) but had four R&B hits and was a prolific producer and innovator of funk. Explaining how he came up with this song, he told Musician magazine in 1983: "I wanted to write a silly song. I was in the studio and everything else for the album (Street Songs) was done. I just put 'Super Freak' together really quickly. I wanted a silly song that had a bit of new wave texture to it.
Included on the album is the top ten R&B hit, "Bustin' Out (On Funk)". This album was issued on CD in Germany and has become very rare and highly sought after by Rick James fans. Bustin' Out (On Funk)" - 5:24. Bustin' Out: The Best of Rick James released: 1994. Greatest Hits released: 1991. Wonderful released: 1988. Street Songs, Throwin' Down released: 1986. The Flag released: 1986.
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- Arranged By – Peter Cardinali, Rick James
- Producer – Art Stewart, Rick James
- Written-By – Rick James
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