Their follow up albums Life Is Music, which followed a 1930s theme, and African Queens were only mediocre successes. Each album also featured a long medley, usually running from 15 to 20 minutes. By 1978, the three members had been replaced by Jacqui Smith-Lee, Theodosia "Dodie" Draher and Ednah Holt. Vera Brown has reformed The Ritchie Family, with Dodie Draher and Jacqui Smith-Lee, but without further releases. With original members Wooten, Mason-Jacks and Oliver, the group achieved its highest grossing sales. Original members Cassandra Wooten, Cheryl Mason-Dorman and new member Renee Guilory-Wearing have reformed the group and are now touring. The Ritchie Family is featured in Jim Arena's book First Ladies of Disco, released in June 2013.
Dance to the Music is the second studio album by funk/soul band Sly and the Family Stone, released April 27, 1968 on Epic/CBS Records. It contains the Top Ten hit single of the same name, which was influential in the formation and popularization of the musical subgenre of psychedelic soul and helped lay the groundwork for the development of funk music.
Album Can’t Stop The Music. Give Me a Break Lyrics. I'm travellin' throu-ough this game called life It's a tough game to play-ay, sometimes we play too rou-ou-ough Now that I go-ot the final okay You're tryin' so har-ard to take it all away. I've got my education, I've got determination I've got imagination, come on give me a break I've got my education, I've got determination I've got imagination, come on give me a break
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Country Life (1974) One glance at the Country Life artwork and you’d be hard-pressed to believe Ferry didn’t enjoy a fling with Constanze Karoli and Eveline Grunwald, the two German Roxy Music fans who were all too happy to remove a few layers for Ferry and co. Having met the singer in a bar in Portugal, where Ferry had decamped. to write lyrics for the album, they also helped him translate a portion of the song ‘Bitter-Sweet’ into German
|A1||Life Is Music||4:53|
|A3||Long Distance Romance||6:41|
- Record Company – EMI
- Distributed By – International Bestseller Company
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – Can't Stop Productions, Inc.
- Copyright (c) – Can't Stop Productions, Inc.
- Printed By – Druco
- Producer, Arranged By – Jacques Morali, Ritchie Rome*
Notes℗ 1977 © 1977
Made in Belgium
Printed in Belgium by Druco Halle
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Rights Society: SABAM
|2203, MARLIN 2203||The Ritchie Family||Life Is Music (LP, Album, Gat)||Marlin, Marlin||2203, MARLIN 2203||US||1977|
|2442-145, 2442 145||The Ritchie Family||Life Is Music (LP, Album, Gat)||Polydor, Polydor||2442-145, 2442 145||UK||1977|
|SPL1-7087||The Ritchie Family||Life Is Music = La Vida Es Música (LP, Album, Gat)||RCA Victor||SPL1-7087||Spain||1977|
|4B058-98672||The Ritchie Family||Life Is Music (LP, Album)||Best Seller||4B058-98672||Belgium||1977|
|56192||The Ritchie Family||La Vida Es Música (LP, Album, RE, Gat)||RCA Victor||56192||Spain||1977|