The Staple Singers - H.A.T.E (Don't Live Here Anymore) album
Title: H.A.T.E (Don't Live Here Anymore)
Date of release: 1984
Size MP3: 1998 mb
Size FLAC: 1582 mb
Format: AAC DMF VQF WMA VOC MIDI DTS
The Staples move to Epic saw a run of albums, including the live in-church Freedom Highway album produced by Billy Sherrill; the title track of which was a civil rights movement protest song penned by Pops Staples. H-A-T-E (Don't Live Here Anymore)". 46. - - "Slippery People".
The Ultimate Staple Singers: A Family Affair 1955-1984. 3 more albums featuring this track. H-A-T-E (Don't Live Here Any More). Touch the Hem of His Garment.
Love Don't Live Here Anymore" is a song written by Miles Gregory and originally recorded by Rose Royce. It was produced by former Motown songwriter and producer Norman Whitfield for Whitfield Records. Lead vocals were sung by Gwen Dickey and the song was released as the second single from their third studio album Strikes Again. The song was developed as a result of producer Whitfield's interest to work with Paul Buckmaster, the British arranger and composer.
The Staple Singers - H-A-T-E (Don't Live Here Anymore) Single Version. Mary J Bleach, Don Sharicon - Love Don't Live Here Anymore Spidy Johnson Latinstep Mix. 03:55. Shelly Fairchild - You Don't Lie Here Anymore Album Version.
The Staple Singers formed in 1948, and first released music in 1958. In these early days of the group, Yvonne Staples helped with the band’s business matters, but graduated to a singing role after Pervis was drafted into the US army and Cleotha took time out to get married. She was very no nonsense but at the same time had a heart of gold, said Bill Carpenter, family friend and author of Uncloudy Day: The Gospel Music Encyclopaedia.
|A||H.A.T.E (Don't Live Here Anymore)||4:03|
|B||Can You Hang||4:42|
- Producer – Pervis Staples
|ZS4 04384||The Staple Singers||H.A.T.E (Don't Live Here Anymore) / Can You Hang (7", Single)||Private I Records||ZS4 04384||US||1984|
|ZS4 04384||The Staple Singers||H-A-T-E (Don't Live Here Anymore) (7", Promo)||Private I Records||ZS4 04384||US||1984|