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Rock Me Tonight (For Old Times Sake) - Various - The Soul Album (CD)

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  1. referencing Rock Me Tonight, LP, Album, 1A 24 1, 1A 1 "Rock Me Tonight (For Old Times Sake)" and "You Are My Lady" sailed this album through the world of soul back in Great album from Mr.F.
  2. Feb 13,  · Rock Me Tonight For Old Times Sake · Freddie Jackson Rock Me Tonight ℗ Capitol Records, Inc. Released on: Producer: Paul Laurence Jones III Composer Lyricist: Paul Lawrence Jones Auto-generated by YouTube.
  3. sake Would you, baby, hey Roll with me tonight for old times sake Ooh, ooh, ooh, oh, oh, Ooh, girl, I'm gonna love you real good Come on let me. Rock Me Tonight (Old Times Sake) Freddie Jackson. Sexy Soul Men. & Country Funk / Soul Hip Hop Jazz Latin Non-Music Pop Reggae Rock Spiritual Stage & Screen.
  4. Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for Classic Soul Ballads [Time Life Box Set] - Various Artists on AllMusic - Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for Classic Soul Ballads [Time Life Box Set] - Various Artists on AllMusic - Rock Me Tonight (For Old Times Sake) Freddie.
  5. This version is the standard release, for the version with a stickered sleeve and free poster see: Freddie Jackson - Rock Me Tonight (For Old Times Sake) ℗ Capitol Records Inc From the album "Rock Me Tonight"5/5(1).
  6. rows · Freddie Jackson (born Frederick Anthony Jackson, 2 October , in Harlem, New York) .
  7. "Rock Me Tonight (For Old Times Sake)" is the debut single for Harlem-born R&B/soul singer Freddie Jackson. Taken from the namesake debut title album, Rock Me Tonight, the popular ballad was written and produced by Paul Laurence. It was the top-selling R&B single for and was Jackson's first of ten entries to hit the number-one spot on the R&B chart.
  8. Body & Soul: Quiet Storm collects soulful, sensual R&B ballads by masters of the genre like Earth Wind & Fire, Regina Belle, and the Manhattans. Marvin Gaye's "Sexual Healing" and Billy Paul's "Me and Mrs. Jones" are two of the definitive quiet storm songs included on the album, and Peabo Bryson and Roberta Flack's "Tonight, I Celebrate My Love," the O'Jays "Let Me Make Love to You," and.

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