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Between Us - Nothing Shore Ep mp3 album

  • Performer: Between Us
  • Title: Nothing Shore Ep
  • Genre: Electronic
  • Formats: AHX AA FLAC AU DMF TTA TTA
  • Released: 2015
  • Style: Techno, Electro
  • MP3 album: 1584 mb
  • FLAC album: 1333 mb
  • Rating: 4.9/5
  • Votes: 266
Between Us  - Nothing Shore Ep mp3 album

Nothing Can Come Between Us" is a song by English band Sade from their third studio album Stronger Than Pride (1988). The song was released in the winter of 1988 as the album's third single, and peaked at number-three on Billboards R&B Charts. Frank Guan of Vulture stated "Truer words have never been sung than In the middle of the madness, hold on. Stuart Matthewman’s best impression of funk guitar adds just the right amount of spice to the duet. Nothing Can Come Between Us" - 4:22.

Nothing Between Us Lyrics.

Before the arrival of the music cassettes, the world of music was dominated by EP’s and LP’s the acronyms that stood for Extended Play and Long Play respectively. An EP was a collection of songs just like an album. However, despite serving the same purpose, there are differences between an EP and an album that will be talked about in this article. Extended Play is a kind of collection of music tracks that is more than a single but falls short of a full album in the sense that it contains lesser number of tracks. It was during the 80’s that the word and the practice of EP’s became.

What does EP stand for. EP or Mini Album (Extended Play) – originally a record, on each side of which only 2-4 musical compositions with a total duration of sound of 15-20 minutes were placed. Initially, EP was called the 7-inch diameter vinyl record, recorded at 33⅓ RPM. This difference of speed with respect to the simple engraving at 45 RPM allowed it to have a longer duration (a maximum of 25 minutes, 12’30 per side) compared to the length of the single, whose maximum duration could not exceed 15 minutes. The EP represents the middle ground between the long-playing LP and the single, which normally contained the intended trajectory for the individual release (side A) and another track that was typically a non-album cut (side B). Since LPs are made of vinyl, they are much more durable, and since they spin at a slower speed, they can have more music.

When Motown released Norman Brown's Just Between Us in 1992, the occasion marked not only the guitarist's first effort, but also the first release on Motown's new contemporary jazz imprint MoJazz. Ultimately, the guitarist fared better than the label did. Brown's debut hit the street at a peak of sorts for the contemporary/smooth jazz genre.

Tracklist

1 Nothing Shore (Original Mix) 6:28


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