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8 thoughts on “ I Dont Want You To Go - Lani Hall - Sun Down Lady / Blush (CD)

  1. Love Song, Tiny Dancer, Come Down in Time and Sun Down Lady are all excellent. "Where Ever I May Find Him" is a gender-reversed version of "For Emily (Where ever I many find her) by Simon and Garfunkel, an unforgettable original by Art Garfunkel that is surpassed here a capella by Lani Hall. She should make an a capella CD/5(18).
  2. Check out Sun Down Lady by Lani Hall on Amazon Music. Stream ad-free or purchase CD's and MP3s now on
  3. With only her track record as lead vocalist for Sergio Mendes to go on, Lani Hall and Herb Alpert took to the studios in to produce the album SUN DOWN LADY. The album gathered a who’s who of studio musicians to lay down some fairly familiar songs that would now have Lani’s imprint on them.
  4. Aug 18,  · Back to Lani: We played "Where's Your Angel", "I Don't Want You To Go" and "Come What May" on the AC I was programming in Reno when BLUSH came out. But we were in a minority and the records really didn't go anywhere even locally. There is something about Lani's voice. If you love it, you really, really love it.
  5. Lani Hall (born November 1, ) is an American singer, lyricist, author, and the wife of Herb to she performed as lead vocalist for Sérgio Mendes & Brasil 'In she released her first solo album Sundown Lady, with many more soon to, she may be best known for providing the most-recognizable (female) face and (female) vocal signature sound to Sergio's.
  6. "Come Down in Time" (Elton John, Bernie Taupin) "Sun Down" (Willis Alan Ramsey) "Vincent" "Wherever I May Find Him" ; The track "Sun Down" is a rewritten version of the song better known as "Muskrat Love", a hit for America and Captain & Tennille. Personnel. Lani Hall - vocals; Clarence McDonald - keyboards.
  7. Sep 13,  · 22 videos Play all lani hall's hits rona Phil Collins, Air Supply, Elton John, Lobo, Bee Gees - Best Soft Songs - Duration: Greatest Soft Rock Recommended for you.
  8. "I Don't Want You to Go" is the second single from American singer La Toya Jackson's second album My Special Love. It was released on 7" format with the album track "Love Song" as a B-side. Jackson performed "I Don't Want You to Go" on the October 10, episode of "Soul Train".Allmusic reviewer Justin Kantor praised Jackson's vocal performances on the other songs on My Special Love but said.

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