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Otis Clay - That's How It Is (When You're In Love) flac album
That's How It Is (When You're In Love)
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Records in Chicago, to make secular recordings. After releasing a series of gospel-tinged soul records, his first hit came in 1967 with "That's How It Is (When You're In Love)", which reached 34 on the US Billboard R&B chart, followed by "A Lasting Love" ( 48 R&B). In 1968 the record company folded and. his contract was bought by Atlantic Records, who launched their subsidiary Cotillion label with Clay's version of the Sir Douglas Quintet hit, "She's About A Mover", produced at the FAME Studios in Muscle Shoals. During 2015 Otis Clay and Johnny Rawls won the Blues Blast Award for Soul Album of the Year for their album "Soul Brothers". Soul Brothers" was also nominated for Blues Music Awards Soul Album of the Year and Living Blues Magazine Blues Album of the Year.

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And its shameful that the author and publisher seem to be okay with conning readers. I'm not sure why people feel that it is okay to inject their religious beliefs into non-religious situations and force their beliefs on unsuspecting participants who, in all likelihood, have completely different beliefs. I am so sick of getting surprise sermons in completely unrelated places. The bottom line that Clay brings out is that leadership begins before you wear the title of lleader. The best leaders step into leadership roles because they've already demonstrated leadership abilities, not the other way around, so start leading where you are right now. Essentially, it can be boiled down into taking initiative, being a good team member, and helping your leader be a better leader by dint of the support that you provide.

That might not seem that high on the charts but considering it's an album track from a record they put out two years ago prior to the first season of 13RW, it's actually quite impressive. It goes to show how much influence Netflix could have on the future of music sales and streaming. Lord Huron, for those that don't know, are an American indie folk/rock band based in Los Angeles, compromised of band members Ben Schneider, Mark Barry, Miguel Briseño and Tom Renaud. 13 Reasons Why/Netflix. If you think you've heard the band before then that's because you probably have. The band's music have been used several times on TV and movie soundtracks.

But when you're falling in love with someone, it's at least work you want to be doing. Which isn't really work at all. 3. You don't have to plan your dates around fun activities. Because you have just as much fun sitting together and doing nothing as you would riding a roller coaster together. It's not weird to talk about that concert that's in three months or the trip you want to take to the beach this summer around him, because he'll be around to go with you. 5. When you say, "I miss you," it's because you really do miss him after only a day apart. Because you genuinely want to know how he fits in around them. And the best part is you aren't even scared of accidentally liking a photo, because you're past the point of feeling like you'll freak him TF out if you do.

If you’re really in love, then you and your loved one don’t have to have deep discussions about the meaning of life or about the status of your relationship all the time. A lot of love lies in the little things, and most of your conversation won’t be earth-shattering or celestial, and that’s perfectly okay. If you’re really in love, then you should be happy dissecting the latest episode of Breaking Bad with your loved one, or making small talk during a baseball game, and feeling that it’s enough.

In Napoli where love is king When boy meets girl Here's what they sing. When the moon hits your eye Like a big pizza pie, that's amore When the world seems to shine Like you've had too much wine, that's amore. Bells will ring ting-a-ling-a-ling Ting-a-ling-a-ling and you'll sing, "Vita bella" Hearts will play tippy-tippy-tay Tippy-tippy-tay like a gay tarantella.

That doesn't mean that help should not be offered. But "Can I pick the children up from school on Tuesdays?" or "Can I come round with a fish pie and a Mad Men box set?" is greatly preferable to: "Can I saddle you with the further responsibility of thinking up a task for me?" If you do happen to be on the receiving end of "whatever I can do to help", be shameless. If you recognise things that you have said or done yourself within this list, don't feel bad about it, at all. I most certainly have, and I've said and done much, much worse too; it took being on the receiving end before I realised what it could feel like. The thing is this: giant illness is a time of great intensity, and even the most cack-handed expressions of support or love are better than a smack in the face with a wet tea-towel. The great lesson I learned from having cancer, was how splendid my friends were, whatever their odd little longueurs.

The world that we live in is an exhausting place to be. It is wearing. It is endlessly trying and scarcely rewarding. I know you haven’t always been this worn out – that there was a time when you were hopeful and pure. When your optimism outweighed your cynicism and you had an infinite amount in you to give. I know you have been chipped away and worn down piece by piece – a broken heart here and an un-kept promise there. We’re all more resilient than we think, and that’s an indisputable truth. There is always more love that we are capable of giving, more hope that we are capable of having, more passion that we’re capable of unleashing and flooding out into the world. We just don’t walk far enough down our own roads to reach the point where we’re seeing those actions pay off.


A That's How It Is (When You'Re In Love)
B Show Place

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
4848 Otis Clay That's How It Is / Show Place ‎(7", Single) One-derful 4848 US 1967
PT 148 Otis Clay That's How It Is / Show Place ‎(7", Single) President Records PT 148 UK Unknown
4848 Otis Clay That's How It Is / Show Place ‎(7", Single) One-derful 4848 US 1967