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Just Ask Me. Sweetest Piece of the Pie 1978. Soul singer Bobby Thurston was a native of Washington, . and got his start singing and playing congas with a group called Spectrum Ltd. in his high school years. He caught his break when writers/producers Willie Lester and Rodney Brown heard him sing live, and signed him as part of their attempt to forge a stable of artists in the vein of Philadelphia International. Thurston's subsequent recordings for Prelude were more consistently disco-oriented, starting with 1980's double-sided 12" club smash "You Got What It Takes"/"Check Out the Groove. The accompanying LP, You Got What It Takes, became his biggest seller, but the 1981 follow-up, The Main Attraction, was less successful, and Thurston faded from view as disco died out. ~ Steve Huey.
1. Just Ask Me. 3:58. 2. Treat Me the Same Way. 4:26. 3. We Got So Much to Stay Together For. 3:37. 2009 Expansion Records. More By Bobby Thurston. See All. You Got What It Takes.
Bobby Thurston: listen and download Bobby Thurston - Just Ask Me, Bobby Thurston - We Got So Much To Stay Together For, Bobby Thurston - I Want Your Body, Bobby Thurston - Na Na Na Na Baby & more. Bobby Thurston - Sweetest Piece Of The Pie, 2001. We Got So Much To Stay Together For 03:37. I Want Your Body 05:01. Na Na Na Na Baby 04:14. Treat Me The Same Way 04:26.
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Check Out The Groove. Top Songs By Bobby Thurston. 01. Check Out The Groove. 02. 04. You Got What It Takes (Remix). 05. Is Something Wrong With You. Bobby Thurston. 06. I Know You Feel Like I Feel. 08. I Want Your Body. 09.
01. Discography of Bobby Thurston.
Bobby Thurston hails from Washington . As American disco singer, born in 1954 he outperformed with his hit single 'You Got What It Takes'. It was the first single ever to be eleased on the Dutch disco label "Rams Horn Records". Bobby originally sang backing vocals and played congas with the group Spectrum Ltd while at high school. Eventually he took over as lead singer while maintaining a job at the State Department. Bobby moved on to Willie Lester and Ronnie Brown's own label Mainline for one album, 'Sweetest Piece Of The Pie', including 'Just Ask Me' and 'Treat Me The Same Way', eventually released in the UK on the Hi Hut label in 1988. The album featured Al Johnson on keyboards and arrangements. Albums: You Got What It Takes (Prelude Records 1980) The Main Attraction (Prelude Records 1981) Sweetest Piece Of The Pie (Mainline, Hi Hut Georgia 1988).
Just Ask Me (Radio Mix). B1. 4:22. EXCDM 8. Sweetest Piece Of The Pie (CD, Album, RE). Expansion.
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Notes(P) 1978 Mainline Productions
(c) 2001 Expansion Records
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