Mick Jackson - Something To Remember You By mp3 album
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Blame It on the Boogie" is a song originally released in 1978 by English singer-songwriter Mick Jackson,. It was later covered by numerous other artists, including The Jacksons.
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Michael "Mick" Jackson started his musical career already in 1968, when he formed the group Jacko together with his two brothers and a friend. In 1977 Mick decided to go solo and after scoring a hit as Nick Jackson, he managed to write one of the best Disco songs ever, namely - "Blame it on the boogie". A track originally written with Stevie Wonder in mind, but which the Jackson's picked up and scored big time with. Michael George Jackson was born in Yorkshire, England on November 2, 1947. In the 1970's we would come to know him as Mick Jackson and he's not related to the other Michael Jackson of the Jackson's fame. As this was in craze of Disco they have explained they wanted to create something - "funky, cool and with a definite 'feel good' vibe". The song was - "Blame it on the Boogie" !
Produced by The Horrors & Paul Epworth. Album V. Something to Remember Me By Lyrics. Memory revolving The fear of letting go The arrow of acceptance The moment when you know, you know, you know And when the answers only divide When you never question the doubts in your mind When the distance grows but the end is in sight Nothing left to lose when there's nothing left to find
|A||Something To Remember You By||5:21|
|B||Let's Make Sunshine||3:52|
|12 DEJA 001||Mick Jackson||Let's Make Sunshine / Something To Remember You By (12")||Deja Vu Records||12 DEJA 001||UK||1986|
|1200||Mick Jackson||Something To Remember You By (7", Single)||ZYX Records||1200||Germany||1986|