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The Dazz Band - Let The Music Play FLAC
  • Performer The Dazz Band
  • Title Let The Music Play
  • Date of release 1981
  • Country US
  • Style Soul, Funk, Disco
  • Label Motown
  • Catalog number M8-957M1
  • Other formats Vinyl, LP, Album, Promo
  • Genre Electronic / Soul
  • Size MP3 2053 mb
  • Size FLAC 1208 mb
  • Rating: 4.6
  • Votes: 900

Tracklist

1I Believe In You
Written-By – Kevin Kendrick, Michael Calhoun
2:59
2Knock! Knock!
Written-By – Eric Fearman, Bobby Harris
4:48
3This Time It's Forever
Written-By – Eric Fearman, Bobby Harris
4:39
4What Will I Do Without You
Written-By – Kevin Kendrick, Pierre DeMudd, Bobby Harris, Skip Martin
4:11
5Don't Stop
Written-By – Kenny Pettus, Bobby Harris
5:06
6Everyday Love
Written-By – Eric Fearman, Michael Calhoun
4:14
7Let The Music Play
Written-By – Kenny Pettus, Kevin Kendricks, Bobby Harris
5:11
8Satisfying Love
Written-By – Kenny Pettus, Bobby Harris
4:09
9Freaky Lovin'
Written-By – Kenny Pettus, Michael Calhoun, Bobby Harris
5:28

Versions

CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
M8-957M1The Dazz Band Let The Music Play ‎(LP, Album)MotownM8-957M1US1981
VIP-4170The Dazz Band Let The Music Play ‎(LP, Album)MotownVIP-4170Japan1981
IM-46.054The Dazz Band Let The Music Play ‎(LP, Album)MotownIM-46.054Portugal1981
M957The Dazz Band Let The Music Play ‎(LP, Album)MotownM957Canada1981
UICY-78766The Dazz Band Let The Music Play ‎(CD, Album, Ltd, RE)MotownUICY-78766Japan2018

Credits

  • Arranged By [Horns], Saxophone [Alto, Tenor], Backing VocalsBobby Harris
  • Arranged By [Rhythm, Vocals]DAZZ
  • Artwork By [Art Direction] – Johnny Lee
  • BassMichael Wiley
  • DrumsIsaac Wiley, Jr.
  • Engineer [Assistant]Jimmy Carroccio, Paul Schwartz
  • Engineer, Mixed By, Recorded ByDale Peters
  • GuitarEric Fearman
  • KeyboardsKevin Kendricks
  • Mastered ByJohn Matousek
  • Other [Freakish Laugh] – Ray Calabrese
  • PercussionJamie Haddad
  • Percussion, Lead Vocals, Backing VocalsKenny Pettus
  • Photography – Ron Slenzak
  • ProducerDazz Band
  • Producer, Arranged By [Horns, Rhythm], Programmed By [Synthesizer]Reggie Andrews
  • Programmed By [Synthesizer]Kevin Kendricks
  • TromboneLarry Farrell
  • TrumpetKenny Davis
  • Trumpet, Flugelhorn, Lead Vocals, Backing VocalsPierre DeMudd
  • Trumpet, Lead Vocals, Backing VocalsSennie "Skip" Martin III

Notes

Motown DJ Copy

Produced by The Dazz Band for Dazz Productions and Reggie Andrews
Recorded and Mixed at the Recording Connection, Beechwood, Ohio, in March and April, 1981
Mastered at Motown/Hitsville, U.S.A. Recording Studios, Hollywood, California

Barcodes

  • Matrix / Runout (side A runout etched): M8-957M1-A-ZWE#12
  • Matrix / Runout (side B runout etched): M8-957M1-B-15BZWE#12JM
  • Rights Society: ASCAP

Companies

  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Motown Record Corporation
  • Recorded At – The Recording Connection
  • Mastered At – Motown Recording Studios

Video

Album

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