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Shalamar - The Second Time Around

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Published on Nov 21, 2009

CD " Shalamar - Ultimate Collection " von 2006

Comments • 515

Peter Darker
GOd...DAMN!! WHERE is this music TODAY?? MELODY?? Check! GROOVE?? Check! LYRICS (with a HUMAN STORY we can ALL relate to Black White Yellow Red Purple or Brown)?? Check! I could go on but PLEASE someone continue...all I gotta say is that this is SUCH a great song and I wish there were MORE like 'em.
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Sasha Taylor
I love this song.  Every time I hear it I just want to put on my foxy lady shirt, Farrah Fawcett hair, my high waist bell bottom jeans, and my roller skates lol!!!!
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rockhero2274
Someone needs to take musicians of today, strap them down and force them to listen this. Maybe afterwards they'll start making better music.
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Ricky Torres
This song always bring tears to my eyes because I'm a believer of second chances, since I was given a second chance in life. 
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Judah Tribe1969
When music was worth listening to
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Christine Jojola
this was the best music to dance to back in the day and still is.
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Tasha Betta
At some point around 1990, music took a turn. Things have not been right since. We have singers -not Sanger's as my grandmother would say. Where is the soul in the lyrics? Where is the soul in the vocals? Aretha still sounds the same. I heard her at the WH Honor for songwriter Carole King and just about passed out. This lady still has it. Unbelievable. I look at the Hip Hop industry -and at times wish it were dead. What is really going on? What happened to the great male and female groups from back in the day - and I am not talking about the 90's? What happened to the great solo male and female performers? Something has got to give.
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Carlos Soto
My fav Shalamar song!!
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plutorama
Jodi's voice DID make a difference in the sound of Shalamar. For years they had her thinking she was no more than a background singing, dancer who was very replaceable ultimately driving her to quit the group. To me it's not Shalamar without Jodi Watley. She may not be an acrobatic vocalist, but her voice was still instrumental in shaping that sound we fell in love with. And Jodi proved this with her own number one solo projects years later.
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lizabs68
Lyrics, when music was music.
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