Leo Graham - Not Giving Up album flac
|A||Not Giving Up|
- Producer, Arranged By – Errol T* (tracks: A), Joe Gibbs (tracks: A), The Mighty Two (tracks: B)
|none||Leo Graham||Not Giving Up (7")||Belmont Records||none||Jamaica||1975|
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The video for "Not Giving Up on Love" was shot in Ibiza, Spain by British director Sophie Muller, as stated by Ellis-Bextor on an interview. The video shoot took place in San Antonio and the Amnesia Club during August 2010 Van Buuren told MTV News . Digital download - The Remixes Part 1. "Not Giving Up on Love" (Album Version) – 2:53. Not Giving Up on Love" (Extended Version) – 6:52. Not Giving Up on Love" (Dash Berlin 4AM Mix) – 7:06. Not Giving Up on Love" (Jorn van Deynhoven Remix) – 6:54. Digital download - The Remixes Part 2.
Leo Graham is a Jamaican singer. He first sang with The Bleechers, then after leaving the group recorded several solo singles in the 1970s including "Perilous Time," "A Win Them" and "Not Giving Up" for Joe Gibbs, and songs including "Big Tongue Busters" for producer Lee "Scratch" Perry. Graham's vocals on Perry's recordings have been described as "quavery", "bleating" and "distinctly rural".
Profile: Chicago-based soul songwriter and producer born in Stuttgart, Arkansas, in 1941. He wrote the number one R&B hits "Shining Star" for The Manhattans and "Turning Point" for Tyrone Davis. Often collaborated with Paul Richmond. For the reggae singer please use: Leo Graham (2). Variations: Viewing All Leo Graham. Graham, Graham J. Graham, J. I. Graham, L Graham, L. Graham, Leo Graham Jr, Leo Graham J. Leo Graham, J. Leon Graham.
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It was released on 6 April 2014 as the fifth and final single from their fourth studio album Living for the Weekend (2013). The song was written by Antonio Egizii, Celetia Martin, David Musumeci, Carl Ryden and Carla Marie Williams, and produced by Ryden. The music video marked Frankie Sandford's official return to the group, after taking time off in 2013 to have her first child.
Chicago-based producer/songwriter Leo Graham had a string of hits with Tyrone Davis and the Manhattans in the '70s and '80s. His hits for both acts as well as album tracks are threaded throughout bot. ead Full Biography.