Philippé Wynne - Wynne Jammin' album flac
|A1||Never Gonna Tell It||12:35|
|A2||Put Your Own Puzzle Together||4:12|
|A3||You Make Me Happy (You Got The Love I Need)||3:44|
|B1||We Dance So Good Together||5:32|
|B4||You Gotta Take Chances||4:41|
NotesPromo with "White Labels" (non-standard) background.
"Demonstration Not For Sale" Gold stamped cover.
LP housed in Lyric sleeve.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode (Text): 0 7464-36843-1
- Barcode (Scanned): 074643684316
|JZ 36843||Philippé Wynne*||Wynne Jammin' (LP, Album, San)||Uncle Jam||JZ 36843||US||1980|
|SRCS 6401||Philippé Wynne*||Wynne Jammin' (CD, Album, RE)||Sony Records||SRCS 6401||Japan||1994|
Wynne released the solo album Wynne Jammin’ in 1980, and made a guest appearance on the song Something Inside My Head by Gene Dunlap, and in the song Whip It by the Treacherous Three. Wynne’s final album was the self-titled Philippé Wynne, released by Sugar Hill Records in 1984.
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By: Philippe Wynne (1980, Electronic). 1. Never Gonna Tell It.
Philippé Wynne (aka Philippe Escalante Wynn; né Walker; April 3, 1941 – July 14, 1984) was an American singer. Wynne scored notable hits such as "How Could I Let You Get Away", "The Rubberband Man", and "One of a Kind (Love Affair)".
Wynne Jammin' (1980). Album by Philippe Wynne. is a cover of.
Wynne Jammin' is a 1980 album by Philippé Wynne, the former lead singer of the Spinners. It was the second album released on the Uncle Jam/CBS label, fronted by c leader George Clinton and his manager Archie Ivy. The album features many musicians from the P-Funk stable. The album was produced by George Clinton, Ron Dunbar and Philippé Wynne. Wynne Jammin' was reissued by CBS/Sony in Japan on 5/21/94, but quickly went out of print. The original album contained a lyric sheet.
Wynne Jammin’ is a 1980 album by Philippe Wynne, the former lead singer of the Spinners. The album was produced by George Clinton, Ron Dunbar and Philippe Wynne. Wynne Jammin’ was reissued by CBS/Sony in Japan on 5/21/94, but quickly went out of print.