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The Dramatics - Ready 4 Love / Just A Little Bit (Vinyl)

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  1. MUHAMMAD: And I just walk in, I'm like — but if you guys get a Telefunken connection could you hook Terrace and I up a little bit cause I'm all about trying to stock up on s. MARTIN: Funny. I.
  2. The first Chairmen of the Board LP, a self-titled release, included the single; after the single's success, the Chairmen of the Board album was reissued as Give Me Just a Little More Time. In , American R&B singer Angela Clemmons remade the song and it peaked at #4 on Billboard's Hot Dance Music/Club Play Singles chart.
  3. The Dramatics Whatcha See Is Whatcha Get Rare; The Dramatics Whatcha See Is Whatcha Get Rar Free; Album: Whatcha See Is Whatcha Get () The Dramatics In The Rain Get Up And Get Down Thank You For Your Love Hot Pants In The Summertime Whatcha See Is Whatcha Get In The Rain Gimme Me Some (Good Soul Music) Fall In.
  4. Smooth R&B vocal group who scored a number of hits throughout the lates and ‘70s, despite a revolving line-up. Read Full Biography. Overview ↓.
  5. Lyrics for "Ready 4 Love" by THE DRAMATICS are not available yet Stone Cold () If U Really Luv Me; She's Stone Cold; Just A Little Bit; If You Love Me; Let's Make Luv 4-Ever; Get On Up; Candy; Ready 4 Love; No Place To Live; THE DRAMATICS videos - Ready 4 Love. THE DRAMATICS.
  6. Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for 10 1/2 - The Dramatics on AllMusic - - A celebratory album that marked their being.
  7. "Ready 4 Love" b/w "Just A Little Bit" — — — Stone Cold: "Try Love Again" CD single with various mixes — 82 — Non-album tracks "The Golden Horn" b/w "All I Want For Christmas Is My Baby" — — — "Saying Goodbye" Release format unknown — — — "—" denotes a recording that did not chart or was not released in Genres: Rhythm and blues, soul, pop.
  8. For people of a certain age, seven-inch 45 rpm vinyl records are what music was, and is, all about. They just can’t think of Elvis without picturing that signature yellow Sun record label, or The Beatles without recalling the label on all those Capitol 45s, with their trademark orange-and-yellow swirl. Also known as singles because each side had a playing time of less than five minutes, 45s.

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