Risqué - Jimmy Mack mp3 album
Risqué is the third studio album by American disco band Chic, released on Atlantic Records on July 30, 1979. One of the records that defined the disco era, the album became highly influential not only within the movement, but also in other styles such as hip hop, art rock and new wave
Jimmy, Jimmy, oh Jimmy Mack, when are you coming back? My arms are missing you, my lips feel the same way too I tried so hard to be true, like I promised I'd do But this boy keeps coming around, he's trying to wear my resistance down. Hey Jimmy, Jimmy, oh Jimmy Mack, when are you coming back Jimmy, Jimmy, oh Jimmy Mack, when are you coming back He calls me on the phone, about three times a day Now my heart's just listening to what he has to say But this loneliness that I have within keeps reaching out to be his friend .
Jimmy Mack, Jimmy Oh, Jimmy Mack When are you comin' back? Oh, Jimmy Mack, Jimmy Oh, Jimmy Mack When are you comin' back? .
That feel-good manifesto is one of the first songs that comes to mind when one thinks of the disco era and the Jimmy Carter years, but Chic's popularity certainly wasn't limited to the disco crowd. The fact that "Good Times" became the foundation for both the Sugarhill Gang's "Rapper's Delight" and Queen's "Another One Bites the Dust" tells you a lot - it underscores the fact that Chic was influencing everyone from early rappers to art rockers. A group that many rock critics were so quick to dismiss was having an impact in many different.
Jimmy, Jimmy Oh, Jimmy Mack When are you coming back? Jimmy, Jimmy Oh, Jimmy Mack You better hurry back, hurry back, hurry back, hurry back
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Written By – Brian Holland / Lamont Dozier / Eddie Holland*
Written By – John Tilly
- Producer – John Tilly
NotesWrong duration time for track A on label - 5:12.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Rights Society: STEMRA
- Matrix / Runout (A-Side): 881 002 1 1M1 670 111 04
- Matrix / Runout (B-Side): 881 002 1 2M1 670 111 04
|881 002-7||Risqué||Jimmy Mack (7", Single)||Polydor||881 002-7||Netherlands||1984|