World Needs - Jahi & The Life* - Songs From The Next Level (CD, Album)

Download World Needs - Jahi & The Life* - Songs From The Next Level (CD, Album)
Label: Onefam Music - 5244 • Format: CD Album • Country: US • Genre: Hip Hop, Funk / Soul •


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  1. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Songs From The Next Level on Discogs.3/5(1).
  2. Feb 18,  · Check out Songs From the Next Level by Jahi & The Life on Amazon Music. Stream ad-free or purchase CD's and MP3s now on
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  5. Sep 05,  · Davey D. has been playing Jahi's new CD, "Songs from the Next Level" on his hip-hop radio show and people have been calling in, he said, to ask about the artist and make requests. (The CD .
  6. I was looking for "What the World Needs Now, Is Love Sweet Love". And I found it in this Definitive Collection CD. Who knew that Jackie De Shannon had written so many great songs! This CD has 28 cuts. And this issue comes with nice biographical liner notes/5(61).
  7. What the World Needs Now Is Love offers many moods and sounds from the '60s through the voice of DeShannon. Not only is the title track one of her most recognizable hits, this album is a precious look at more of DeShannon's interpretation of other songwriters.
  8. In my mind, MegaDave's brand of thrash metal has always been a hit or miss affair; this is proven by the albums they put out in the 80s: "Killing Is My Business" can be considered as a heavier and faster "Kill "Em All" that was messed up by shoddy production, "So Far, So Good, So What" is a remarkable singles album with a lot of noteworthy standalone, catchy and accessible songs.
  9. Aug 31,  · First is the interlude, "I'll Fly Away," a cover of Albert Brumlye's hymn by The World Famous Tony Williams. It's about passing from the mortal life and "flying away" to a land where joy.

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