We Wont Stop - The Brand New Heavies - Get Used To It (CD, Album)


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2006
Label: Delicious Vinyl - 70070-2 • Format: CD Album • Country: US • Genre: Electronic, Jazz, Funk / Soul, Pop • Style: Acid Jazz, Soul, Disco, Jazz-Funk


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  1. Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about The Brand New Heavies - We Won't Stop at Discogs. Complete your The Brand New Heavies collection/5.
  2. The Brand New Heavies eighth studio album Forward was released on 6 May Lead vocal duties on the album are divided evenly between N'Dea Davenport, who features on the first single "Sunlight", Jan Kincaid and Simon Bartholomew, making his debut as lead vocalist on this album, and new UK vocalist Dawn Joseph. While the album was produced by the Heavies themselves, as all their Genres: R&B, acid jazz, funk, jazz rap.
  3. Label: Canyon International - PCKD • Format: CD Album • Country: South Korea • Genre: Electronic, Hip Hop, Latin, Funk / Soul, Pop • Style: Future Jazz The Brand New Heavies - We Won't Stop (, CD) | Discogs4/5(1).
  4. The Brand New Heavies CD "We Won't Stop," takes the group into a new direction - hip hop. No they still maintain their tight musicianship, but they just got with what's up now, so to speak. Unlike other singers and groups from the past, who tried to modernize, but just don't sound right, The Heavies, like "Uncle Charlie Wilson," sound fresh/5(8).
  5. The Brand New Heavies. TBNH. Vinyl/CD/DL. Acid Jazz Records The Brand New Heavies are back with a new album joining forces once again with record label Acid Jazz. The self-titled long player brings together a mixture of vocalist including long standing diva N’Dea Davenport.
  6. The Brand New Heavies "Get Used To It (The Tom Moulton Mixes)" Label: Edel:Records: Discs: 1: Condition: new: Format: CD: EAN/UPC: Release: Description: "We've Got" "I Don't Know Why (I Love You)" "Get Used To It" "Sex God" "Let's Do It Again" "We Won't Stop" "Right On" "Music" "I.
  7. The Brand New Heavies CD "We Won't Stop," takes the group into a new direction - hip hop. No they still maintain their tight musicianship, but they just got with what's up now, so to speak. Unlike other singers and groups from the past, who tried to modernize, but just don't sound right, The Heavies, like "Uncle Charlie Wilson," sound fresh/5(6).
  8. The most surprising thing about Get Used to It is that the Brand New Heavies sound very much like an honest-to-gosh band instead of the instrumental unit with a hired frontwoman they always have been. Out of the BNH crew for a decade, vocalist N'Dea Davenport returns and it's both familiar and just like starting over. Young upstart hunger drips out of the opening "We've Got," a slinky slice of 8/

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