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Sylvia - The Queen Of Sexy Soul flac album
The Queen Of Sexy Soul
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Sylvia Nagginda (born 9 November 1964) is the current Nnabagereka or Queen of Buganda, a historic kingdom in modern-day Uganda. Nagginda was born in England in 1964 to John Mulumba Luswata of Nkumba, Entebbe and Rebecca Nakintu Musoke and returned to Uganda shortly thereafter to be raised by her grandparents of the Omusu Clan. She is the granddaughter of George William Musoke and Nora Musoke of Nnazigo, Kyaggwe, and Omutaka Nelson Nkalubo Sebugwawo and Catherine Sebugwawo of Nkumba.

On this page you can not listen to mp3 music free or download album or mp3 track to your PC, phone or tablet. All materials are provided for educational purposes. Released at: This album was released on the label P-Vine Records (catalog number PCD-2196). This album was released in 1991 year. Format of the release is. CD, Compilation. The album included the following session artists: Producer.

Sylvia Woods owned and operated the restaurant that is a soul food fan’s must-visit in NYC for many years, but it wasn’t her only claim to fame. The doyenne of Southern cuisine in the North also appears on a range of supermarket products for sale nationwide, featuring items based on her restaurant’s notable cuisine and including hot sauce, peach cobbler mix, canned collard greens and batters for chicken and fish

New York's legendary "Queen of Soul Food" Sylvia Woods, whose iconic restaurant drew dignitaries and ordinary folk from all over the world to Harlem to taste her fried chicken, died Thursday at 86. News that she died broke just as Mayor Bloomberg was paying tribute to the 50th anniversary of "Sylvia's" at a gala reception at Gracie Mansion. We lost a legend today," the mayor said. Generations of family and friends have come together at what became a New York institution

Listen to music from Blues Queen Sylvia like Can't Get Along. Find the latest tracks, albums, and images from Blues Queen Sylvia. She had been a vibrant part of the Chicago blues scene. Blues Queen Sylvia had a big husky voice in the tradition of Koko Taylor and Big Mama Thorton. She was backed by such greats as Jimmy Rogers, Jimmy Dawkins and Louisiana Red. Top Tracks.

Sylvia Woods, known as the Queen of Soul Food, died yesterday at age 86. She opened the legendary Sylvia’s restaurant in Harlem 50 years ago, around the corner from the Apollo Theater, and it soon became a gathering place for prominent African Americans, politicians, and foodies of all ages and races. Woods’ secret, she told a TV reporter back in 2003, was a little of this and a little of that and you mix it all together.

The developing Philly soul revolution which was being led by ucer and arranger Thom Bell is increasingly evident throughout this disc. Evenly divided between six originals and six cover tunes, The Sound of Sexy Soul is perhaps the most accurate name an album of this nature could have

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A1 Pillow Talk
Written-By – M. Burton*, S. Robinson*
A2 Give It Up In Vain
Written-By – M. Burton*, S. Robinson*
A3 Sunday
Written-By – B. Keyes*, S. Robinson*
A4 Don't Leave Me Starving
Written-By – Hollan/Dozier/Holland*
A5 Not On The Outside
Written-By – L. Roberts*, S. Robinson*
A6 L.A. Sunshine
Written-By – M. Burton*, P. Terry*
B1 Didn't I
Written-By – A. Goodman*, B. Brown*, M. Burton*, S. Robinson*
B2 My Thing
Written-By – S. Robinson*
B3 Had Any Lately
Written-By – S. Robinson*
B4 He Don't Ever Lose His Groove
Written-By – Willie Hale
B5 Next Time I See You
Written-By – A. Goodman*, H. Ray*, S. Robinson*, W. Morris*
B6 Sweet Stuff
Written-By – A. Goodman*, H. Ray*, S. Robinson*

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  • Licensed From – Blues Interactions, Inc.


  • Producer – Michael Burton, Sylvia Robinson