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"I Love Being In Love With You"

Floyd Taylor (21st Century)

Composed by Charles Richard Cason


February 21, 2014: Floyd Taylor Obituary

FLOYD TAYLOR DIES (Scroll down for services.)


Acclaimed contemporary Southern Soul singer Floyd Taylor, the son of the late, legendary soul singer Johnnie Taylor and Chicagoan Mildred Singletary, passed away February 21, 2014.

According to soulandjazzandfunk.com, Floyd's stepbrother, recording artist TJ Hooker Taylor, reported that, "He died pretty much the way my dad died: a heart attack at the age of 60." "Dad" of course was soul legend Johnnie Taylor who died of a heart attack aged just 66.


Born in 1954, Floyd Taylor was the #39-ranked Southern Soul performer on Daddy B. Nice's original Top 100 Southern Soul Artists, (covering the years 1990 through 2010) and had recently moved up to the #16-ranked recording artist on Daddy B. Nice's new Top 100 21st Century Southern Soul Countdown (covering the years 2000 through 2014).

In the seventies, during Johnnie Taylor's "Disco Lady" phase, Floyd began reaping the benefits of being Johnnie's son, accompanying his famous father on tours and Kool Jazz Festival shows. The exposure to the R&B world continued over the next two decades, with young Floyd watching and absorbing the work of his father and fellow musicians.

Along the way, he met and played with a Who's Who of contemporary Southern Soul: Bobby "Blue" Bland, Marvin Sease, Tyrone Davis, Bobby Rush and many others.

Taylor's first release, Legacy, appeared on Malaco Records in 2002, igniting a major buzz throughout the chitlin' circuit for a good year afterward, with one radio single after another from the album achieving favor.

Taylor's concerts during this period, according to some fans, displayed a young performer torn between reprising the sound of his famous father and forging his own musical identity.

There were still echoes of Johnnie Taylor on his second CD, No Doubt (Malaco), but overall the disc presented a mature performer with his own style. The albums You Still Got It (Malaco, 2007) and All Of Me (CDS, 2010) followed.

In an updated assessment of Floyd Taylor posted last year, Daddy B. Nice wrote:

The CD's have come deliberately, over well-spaced intervals--Legacy (2002), No Doubt (2005), You Still Got It (2007) and All Of Me (2010)--but oh, what an impact they've had. Each one has been a near-masterpiece, spawning a minimum of two or three--and sometimes more--bona fide Southern Soul hits.

The voice is famously (and accurately) known as the reincarnation of Johnnie Taylor, and the material has featured the best songwriters the genre has to offer (Lawrence Harper, Harrison Calloway, George Jackson, etc.), and most notably the recently deceased Charles Richard Cason, whose compositions were perfectly realized in the peerless vocal work of the young artist: "Baby I've Changed," "I Love Being In Love With You," "Old School Style," "Slipped, Tripped, Stumbled And Fell," "You've Still Got It," "My Bad," "Step Into My Heart" and "Sweet Love," to name some of the most noted.


Listen to Floyd Taylor singing "Old School Style" on YouTube.

In recent years, including his 2010 album ALL OF ME, Floyd Taylor had been collaborating with songwriter/producer Simeo Overall, notching a major Southern Soul single with "I'm 'Bout It 'Bout It. The pair was poised to release a new single, "It's On Me," with Mel Waiters assisting on vocals, as news of his death broke.

Floyd Taylor was currently performing on northern legs of the Blues Is Alright Tour, with an upcoming show slated for March 15, 2014 in Merrillville, Indiana, outside Chicago.

See Daddy B. Nice's Concert Calendar.

February 25, 2014: Services for Floyd Taylor

VISITATION

Friday MARCH 7th 6 to 9 pm

Leak and Sons Funeral Chapel
7838 S Cottage Grove Ave
Chicago, IL
(773) 846-6567

WAKE

Saturday MARCH 8th, 10 am

Omega Missionary Baptist Church
4627 S STATE ST
CHICAGO, IL 60609-4602
(773) 536-7514

FUNERAL SERVICES

Saturday March 8th, 11 am

Omega Missionary Baptist Church
4627 S STATE ST
CHICAGO, IL 60609-4602
(773) 536-7514

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February 1, 2014: NEW ALBUM ALERT!

Sample/Buy Floyd Taylor's new SHUT UP DOWN CD.

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Note: Floyd Taylor also appears on Daddy B. Nice's original Top 100 Southern Soul Artists (90's-00's). The "21st Century" after Floyd Taylor's name in the headline is to distinguish his artist-guide entries on this page from his artist-guide page on Daddy B. Nice's original chart.

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February 17, 2013: Much of the following critique comes from a Daddy B. Nice CD review written in the summer of 2010, and in re-writing a few sections I have made the commendations, if anything, even loftier. The album has aged well, and of all Floyd's CD's now appears to be the most comparable to the Floyd Taylor debut LEGACY, with 2007's YOU STILL GOT IT a strong runner-up. DBN.

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February 17, 2013:

The CD's have come deliberately, over well-spaced intervals--Legacy (2002), No Doubt (2005), and You Still Got It (2007)--but oh, what an impact they've had. Each one has been a near-masterpiece, spawning a minimum of two or three--and sometimes more--bona fide Southern Soul hits.

The voice is famously (and accurately) known as the reincarnation of Johnnie Taylor, and the material has featured the best songwriters the genre has to offer (Lawrence Harper, Harrison Calloway, George Jackson, etc.), and most notably the recently deceased Charles Richard Cason, whose compositions were perfectly realized in the peerless vocal work of the young artist: "Baby I've Changed," "I Love Being In Love With You," "Old School Style," "Slipped, Tripped, Stumbled And Fell," "You've Still Got It," "My Bad," "Step Into My Heart" and "Sweet Love," to name but a few.

Listen to Floyd Taylor singing "I Love Being In Love With You" on YouTube while you read.

There are more flamboyant young Southern Soul stars, but none of whom one can say they always excelled, they never failed. So the appearance of a new CD by Floyd Taylor on a new label, CDS (the first three were published by Malaco), featuring material written by a new slate of younger-generation songwriters, represents a dramatic departure.

And while the audience may have asssumed that much of Floyd's early success was the result of his access to his famous father's supporting cast and their cumulative knowledge and advisement, the new CD, All Of Me, confirms the conviction of many close watchers of Southern Soul music over the last decade that it's Floyd's talent, painstaking craftsmanship and patience in picking material that has made his music so consistently memorable.

As most soul and blues fans are already aware, All Of Me is anchored by "All Of You, All Of Me," the most vintage-sounding FT song on the CD and the single that has been lighting up Southern Soul radio all summer. The ballad, written by S. E. Powell and Izk Jenkins, is an Earl Powell project. (You may remember Earl Powell from the worthy single, "If You Catch Me Sleeping (Walk On By)" from the You Still Got It album.)

Four of the ten songs on the album are written by the fresh-sounding composing duo of Izk Jenkins and Sidney Jones, the latter also being responsible for the music and production of those tunes. Jones and Jenkins are the creative geniuses behind the amazing "That's My Lady (Me & My Lady)," a super-atmospheric slow jam that should be the next single. Floyd sinks his teeth into the lyrics and doesn't let go. His phrasing and enunciation are a miracle to witness, and the background vocals lend just the right touch of airy sophistication.

"Wanna Make Love" is nearly as good, with a soft, insistent hook that approximates the romantic pulse of foreplay and its accompanying obsessions, and "Baby I Love You" is a little more generic but just as typically well-done.

The big surprise of All Of Me is Floyd's teaming up with southern soul-slash-hiphop firebrand Simeo Overall for both the material and production of no less than five of the ten cuts on the CD. The even bigger surprise is that the tactic works.

The new songs aren't better than the old-school FT songs--that would be nearly impossible given their classic ambience--but neither are they embarrassing by comparison. There is no noticeable drop-off in quality. They sound like first-rate Floyd Taylor songs, which is a pretty amazing feat when you think of all the potential pitfalls, not to mention the high standards imposed on Taylor to match his early work.

Simeo's "Everyone Celebrate," which opens the album, and "Someone To Love You," which closes it, are vivid illustrations. Floyd smooths out Simeo's "edge." There's still plenty of "edge" left over, and in the process the slicker, smoother Floyd gains access to those inner depths the deeper Simeo is able to plumb for musical inspiration.

Other than Floyd's voice, these new songs do not sound like classic Taylor vehicles, and yet they are undeniably soulful. Even the uptempo "I'm 'Bout It 'Bout It" succeeds not only because it's at its heart a catchy hook but because Floyd engages it with so much enthusiasm

So a kind of magic does happen. Floyd Taylor wraps his voice around the Overall compositions, making them thoroughly his own, even when Simeo sings prominent back-up, which by the way burnishes the songs with yet another soulful dimension. From Simeo, who has always had trouble translating his hiphop-sleek sound into Southern Soul, the collaboration with Taylor represents his finest and most realized work to date.

Listen to split-still-picture videos (Floyd first, Simeo second) of Floyd Taylor singing and Simeo remixing "I'm 'Bout It 'Bout It" on YouTube.

But it's Floyd vocal magic that transforms the material on the CD, well-written and well-chosen as it is. On "Someone To Love You" Floyd takes what would in Simeo's delivery be a heartfelt but weepy outing and makes it resonate with pure, optimistic love: the sunshine, as it were, to Simeo's shade. With Simeo singing such strong backup, the song blossoms into a beautiful, Simon & Garfunkel-like exercise in harmony, all done with a scintillating precision that doesn't sacrifice any of the real emotion.

All Of Me showcases the one artist in Southern Soul who above all should appeal to the neo-soul crowd--the kind of people who like Sharon Jones & The Dap Kings or Syleena Johnson.

Floyd Taylor's Southern Soul brings a lot more to the table musically, as fans of the genre already know and neo-soul fans have yet to find out, but the commercial crossover potential is intriguing to ponder, nonetheless. It's the sign of an artist coming into his own--an artist becoming big enough to render musical labels meaningless.

--Daddy B. Nice

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About Floyd Taylor (21st Century)

Floyd Taylor was born in Chicago and raised by his mother, Mildred Singletary. Floyd began performing locally while holding day jobs in hospitals, then--in the seventies during father Johnnie Taylor's "Disco Lady" phase--began reaping the benefits of being Johnnie's son, accompanying his famous father on tours and Kool Jazz Festival shows.

The exposure to the R&B world continued over the next two decades, with young Floyd watching and absorbing the work of his father and fellow musicians. Taylor's first release, Legacy, appeared in 2002 and caused a major buzz throughout the chitlin' circuit for a good year afterward, with one old-school-soul radio single after another from the album achieving favor.

According to some onlookers, Taylor's concerts during this period displayed a young performer torn between reprising the sound of his famous father on the one hand and forging his own musical identity on the other. And Taylor didn't record again, for many years.

So the issuing of his second CD, No Doubt, in April of 2005 was cause for celebration. The LP presented a Floyd Taylor whose maturation was continuing unabated. There were still echoes of Johnnie Taylor, but they seemed to be fully integrated into Floyd Taylor's own un-self-conscious style.

The single, "Baby I've Changed," released to radio outlets before the No Doubt CD, immediately climbed into the "top tens" on Southern Soul deejay playlists, and the radio-friendly "My Bad," "Slipped, Tripped, Stumbled, Fell," and "Step Into My Heart" followed.

After another hiatus, Taylor's You Still Got It appeared in 2007 (Malaco) with another collection of strong singles: "I'm Hooked On These Blues," "What If He Knew," You've Still Got It," "If You Catch Me Sleepin'," "I Miss My Daddy" (a personal tribute to Johnnie Taylor) and "Southern Soul Party."

When Jackson, Mississippi's Malaco Records curtailed its Southern Soul music production, Floyd Taylor migrated to California-based CDS Records for 2010's All Of Me. Buoyed by the title track and a host of sterling singles including "I'm 'Bout It 'Bout It," "Wanna Make Love," "Someone To Love You," "Everyone Celebrate" and "Baby I Love You," ALL OF ME was in some respects Taylor's most successful LP since LEGACY. The vocally-enhanced, Simeo-written & produced & co-sung single "I'm 'Bout It 'Bout It" became one of the first Southern Soul singles in years to break into Chicago regional radio.

Floyd Taylor Discography:

2002 Legacy (Malaco)

2005 No Doubt (Malaco)

2007 You Still Got It (Malaco)

2010 All Of Me (CDS)


Song's Transcendent Moment

"You're my first.
You're my last.
You're my future.
You're my past.

I love being in love with you.
You live in my heart,
Yes, you do.

There's not a second, minute,
Hour or day goes by
That I don't love
Being in love with you."


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February 17, 2013:


Sample and Buy Floyd Taylor's new single (a cover of the Johnnie Taylor original): "What About My Love?" on CD Baby.

Listen to Floyd Taylor singing "What About My Love?" on YouTube.

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February 17, 2013: Floyd Taylor on YouTube


Listen to Floyd Taylor singing "Old School Style" on YouTube.

Listen to Floyd Taylor singing "I Love Being In Love With You" on YouTube.

Listen to Floyd Taylor singing "When We Touch" on YouTube.

Watch the music video of Floyd Taylor's "You've Still Got It" on YouTube.

Listen to Floyd Taylor singing "Baby I Love You" on YouTube.

Listen to Floyd Taylor singing "Southern Soul Party" on YouTube.

Listen to Floyd Taylor singing "I Miss My Daddy" on YouTube.

Listen to Floyd Taylor singing "Fantasy Lady" on YouTube.

Listen to split-scenes video of Floyd Taylor and Johnnie Taylor singing "Just Because" Live on separate stages and in separate eras on YouTube.

Listen to Floyd Taylor singing "What If He Knew" on YouTube.

Listen to split-still-picture-videos (Floyd first, Simeo second) of Floyd Taylor singing and Simeo remixing "I'm 'Bout It 'Bout It" on YouTube.

Listen to Floyd Taylor singing "Cut To The Chase" on YouTube.

Listen to Floyd Taylor singing "What About My Love" on YouTube.

Listen to Floyd Taylor singing "She Ain't Mine" on YouTube.

Listen to Floyd Taylor singing "Slipped, Tripped, Stumbled and Fell" on YouTube.

Watch an Interview with Floyd Taylor on YouTube.

Listen to Floyd Taylor singing "I'm Crazy About That Woman In Red" on YouTube.

Listen to Floyd Taylor singing "Sweet Love" on YouTube.

Listen to Floyd Taylor singing "Caught Between Two Hearts" on YouTube.

Listen to Floyd Taylor singing "Cut To The Chase" on YouTube.

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February 17, 2013: Daddy B. Nice comments on the "Floyd Taylor Is A Deadbeat Father" videos on YouTube.


Readers will not find links to these videos in this Artist Guide to Floyd Taylor. If every disenfranchised son or daughter born out of wedlock to recording artists was displayed on YouTube airing his or her complaints, it would be hard to find any music among the diatribes.

Daddy B. Nice does not condone "deadbeat dad" behavior, but domestic squabbles don't belong on an internet podium devoted to music and by extension the consideration of the relative musical value of an artist to his peers. Whatever the merits of this particular case, to single out one recording artist (Floyd Taylor) for negative commentary and not all the other recording artists (including Floyd's own famous father, Johnnie) constitutes an unjust and unfortunate hit to Floyd Taylor's reputation.

DBN.


If You Liked. . . You'll Love

If you liked Dennis Edwards' "Don't Look Any Further," you'll love Floyd Taylor's "I Love Being In Love With You."




EDITOR'S NOTE

Over the last year I've been dropping hints to the younger musicians.

"Be watching because there's going to be something coming on the site that'll be a real blessing for the younger people."

And I've also been telling a lot of deserving new artists to bide their time, that their day to be featured in a Daddy B. Nice Artist Guide was coming, and long overdue.

Now, at last, the day has come.

The great Southern Soul stars are mostly gone. There's a new generation clamoring to be heard.

Rather than waiting years to go online as I did with the original Top 100, this chart will be a work-in-progress.

Each month five new and never-before-featured artists will be showcased, starting at #100 and counting down to #1.

I estimate 50-75 new Artist Guides will be created by the time I finish. The other 25-50 Guides will feature artists from the old chart who are holding their own or scaling the peaks in the 21st Century.

Absent will be the masters who have wandered off to Soul Heaven. And missing will be the older artists who for one reason or another have slowed down, become inactive or left the scene.

The older generation's contributions to Southern Soul music, however, will not be forgotten.

That is why it was so important to your Daddy B. Nice to maintain the integrity of the original Top 100 and not continue updating it indefinitely.

(Daddy B. Nice's original Top 100 Southern Soul covered the period from 1990-2010. Daddy B. Nice's new 21st Century Southern Soul will cover the period from 2000-2020.)

When I constructed the first chart, I wanted to preserve a piece of musical history. I heard a cultural phenomenon I was afraid might be lost forever unless I wrote about it.

There will be no more changes to the original chart. Those performers' place in Southern Soul music will stand.

But I see a new scene today, a scene just as starved for publicity and definition, a scene missing only a mirror to reflect back its reality.

The prospect of a grueling schedule of five new artist pages a month will be daunting, and I hope readers will bear with me as I gradually fill out what may seem at first inadequate Artist Guides.

Information from readers will always be welcome. That's how I learn. That's how I add to the data.

I'm excited to get started. I have been thinking about this for a long time. I've already done the bulk of the drawings.

In a funny way, the most rewarding thing has been getting back to doing the drawings, and imagining what recording artists are going to feel like when they see their mugs in a black and white cartoon. Hopefully----high! An artist hasn't really "made it" until he or she's been caricatured by Daddy B. Nice.

In the beginning months, the suspense will be in what new stars make the chart. In the final months, the suspense will be in who amongst the big dogs and the new stars is in the top twenty, the top ten, and finally. . . the top spot.

I'm not tellin'.

Not yet.

--Daddy B. Nice

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I Love Being In Love With You


CD: Legacy
Label: Malaco

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Legacy


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I'm 'Bout It 'Bout It (w/ Simeo)


CD: All Of Me
Label: CDS

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All Of Me


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All Of You, All Of Me


CD: All Of Me
Label: All Of Me

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All Of Me


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Sample or Buy I'm Hooked On These Blues by Floyd Taylor (21st Century)
I'm Hooked On These Blues


CD: You Still Got It
Label: Malaco

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You Still Got It


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Old School Style


CD: Legacy
Label: Malaco

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Legacy


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She Ain't Mine


CD: Legacy
Label: Malaco

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Legacy


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Wanna Make Love


CD: All Of Me
Label: CDS

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All Of Me


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When We Touch


CD: Legacy
Label: Malaco

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Legacy


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Baby I Love You


CD: All Of Me
Label: CDS

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All Of Me


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Everyone Celebrate


CD: All Of Me
Label: CDS

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All Of Me


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I Miss My Daddy


CD: You Still Got It
Label: Malaco

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You Still Got It


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If You Catch Me Sleeping


CD: You Still Got It
Label: Malaco

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You Still Got It


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Slipped, Tripped, Stumbled And Fell


CD: No Doubt
Label: Malaco

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No Doubt


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Someone To Love You


CD: All Of Me
Label: CDS

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All Of Me


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Southern Soul Party


CD: You Still Got It
Label: Malaco

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You Still Got It


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Step Into My Heart


CD: No Doubt
Label: Malaco

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No Doubt


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What About My Love?


CD: Shut Um Down
Label: Floyd Taylor/Artia

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Shut Um Down


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What If He Knew


CD: You Still Got It
Label: Malaco

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You Still Got It


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You've Still Got It


CD: You Still Got It
Label: Malaco

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You Still Got It


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Baby I've Changed


CD: No Doubt
Label: Malaco

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No Doubt


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Fantasy Lady


CD: Legacy
Label: Malaco

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Legacy


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I'm Crazy 'Bout That Woman in Red


CD: Legacy
Label: Malaco

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Legacy


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My Bad


CD: No Doubt
Label: Malaco

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No Doubt


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That's My Lady


CD: All Of Me
Label: CDS

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All Of Me


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We're Going Out On The Town


CD: No Doubt
Label: Malaco

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No Doubt


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