Narada Michael Walden - I Want You album
Title: I Want You
Style: Disco, Soul
Date of release: 1980
Size MP3: 1647 mb
Size FLAC: 1448 mb
Format: AUD MP2 TTA WAV TTA VOC VOX
Narada Michael Walden (/ˈnɑːrədə/ NAH-rə-də; Michael Walden; born April 23, 1952) is an American singer, songwriter, musician, and record producer. He acquired the nickname Narada from Sri Chinmoy. Walden was a member of rock bands in Miami, Florida, after he graduated from college. Atlantic released his first album, Garden of Love Light, in 1977 with a single that reached the R&B chart. This was followed by I Cry I Smile and The Awakening. The latter album reached No. 15 on the R&B chart.
Victory (Narada Michael Walden album). Victory is the fifth full-length studio release from noted R&B/soul/pop ummer/producer Narada Michael Walden. Released in 1980 on Atlantic, it featured him once again teaming up with producer Bob Clearmountain. All songs written by Narada Michael Walden, except where noted. The Real Thang" (Walden, Bunny Hull, Corrado Rustici) 5:37. I Want You" (Walden, Rustici, Lisa Walden) 4:33.
Narada Michael Walden. Victory released: 2008. Garden of Love Light released: 2001. The Music of Origins: A Special Collection From Narada released: 1996. Ecstasy's Dance: The Best of Narada Michael Walden released: 1996. Divine Emotion released: 1988. The Nature of Things released: 1985. The Dance of Life released: 1979. Awakening released: 1979. Looking at You, Looking at Me released: Victory. Awakening (LP, Album, RI). Atlantic. Narada Michael Walden. Awakening (LP, Album). Awakening (CD, Album, RE). Wounded Bird Records.
Narada was also the co-producer of her album. 6 years ago. Richard D. Ruttenberg. I always have enjoyed this R&B dance track from Narada Michael Walden, the groove is infectious, with the funky bass line, nice melody, an the harmonious an soulful vocals.
Narada Michael Walden had seen the light, and it was a swirling disco ball. The multi-talented Michigan native saw that the way to the top of the charts was by way of the dancefloor. For The Dance of Life, the follow-up LP to his Awakening ("I Don't Want Nobody Else (To Dance With You)"), Walden square took aim at "dancing feet. The result was that the effervescent "I Shoulda Loved Ya" went to number four on the R&B charts and mid-charted pop in late 1979, while the album broke the R&B Top Ten. Its follow-up was the bright, brassy Top 40 R&B hit.
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- Pressed By – Specialty Records Corporation
- Producer – Bob Clearmountain, Narada Michael Walden
NotesThis version is pressed by Specialty Records Corporation, another version exists pressed by Monarch Record Mfg. Co. here: Narada Michael Walden - I Want You
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Rights Society: ASCAP
- Matrix / Runout (Label A): ST-A-39276 SP
- Matrix / Runout (Label B): ST-A-38904 SP
|K 11634 (T)||Narada Michael Walden||I Want You (12")||Atlantic||K 11634 (T)||UK||1980|
|ATL 20 244||Narada Michael Walden||I Want You (12")||Atlantic||ATL 20 244||Germany||1980|
|DMD 255||Narada Michael Walden||I Want You (12", Promo)||Atlantic||DMD 255||US||1980|
|3783||Narada Michael Walden||I Want You (7", Promo)||Atlantic||3783||US||1980|
|ATL 11651, ATL 11 651||Narada Michael Walden||I Want You (7", Single)||Atlantic, Atlantic||ATL 11651, ATL 11 651||Germany||1980|