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Loose Talk - Bar-Kays - Dangerous (Cassette, Album)

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  1. Made up of tracks recorded for Stax Records before its collapse, Money Talks was released on Stax by its new owner, Fantasy Records, in October to capitalize on The Bar-Kays' newfound success at Mercury surticutatibolslorsmitdopopomu.coinfo album would chart at number twenty one on the Billboard Soul Album charts. The single "Holy Ghost" would chart at number nine on the Soul Singles Charts.
  2. out of 5 stars Bar-Kays Dangerous on cd for the 1st surticutatibolslorsmitdopopomu.coinfo Time!!! Reviewed in the United States on January 6, Verified Purchase. This is a classic album from The Bar-Kays. It's funky and has 2 beautiful ballads. But the song that we really loved back in the day was Sexomatic. We even tried to blonde our hair on the ends like /5(19).
  3. Bar-Kays - Dangerous music CD album at CD Universe, Digitally remastered edition, Released on Mercury Records April , this album would chart at number seven.
  4. Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about Bar-Kays - Dangerous at Discogs. Complete your Bar-Kays collection.
  5. All about the album of The Bar Kays - Dangerous. The Bar Kays's album Dangerous | mercury records | | US from on Mercury records. All information of this Soul or Funk Album Like fragments, covers, tracks. Loose Talk. Allen A Jones / Bar Kays. Allen A. Jones: 04'20 ( / 10) 8. Sexomatic * Allen A Jones / Bar Kays. Allen A.
  6. Sexomatic Lyrics: 1, 2, 3, 4 / Yeah, ooh / Oh, girl / Yeah / You're such a motivating / Tantalizing picture of desire / I'd like to take you home / And tenderly light.
  7. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Cassette release of Dangerous on Discogs. Label: Mercury - M-1,Mercury - M-1 • Format: Cassette Album • Country: US • Genre: Funk / Soul • Style: Electro, Funk, Disco/5(3).
  8. @phunkdaddy. Yeah the song and album Dangerous are near and dear to me. Its crazy when you really think about how many bad jams the bar-kays have produced over the years. They were on a serious roll when they released Dangerous. I figure from at least (As One) to(Banging the Walls) they were the kings of the party jam.

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