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  • Performer: L.T.D.
  • Album: Tryin' To Find A Way / Love Ballad
  • FLAC: 1779 mb | MP3: 1499 mb
  • Country: US
  • Style: Soul, Ballad
  • Rating: 4.5/5
  • Votes: 335
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L.T.D. - Tryin' To Find A Way / Love Ballad album flac

Tracklist Hide Credits

A Tryin' To Find A Way
Engineer – Norm Kinney, Tommy VicariExecutive Producer – Jerry ButlerProducer, Arranged By – L.T.D.Written-By – Billy Osborne
3:04
B Love Ballad
Co-producer – Chuck DavisProducer – Larry Mizell & Fonce MizellWritten-By – S. Scarborough*
3:31

Notes

There is no country or release date and no indicators as to which side is A or B.

A&M Forget Me Nots

Tryin' To Find A Way ℗1974
Love Ballad ℗1976

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Side A): 11756-S
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B): 12086-S

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
8598-S L.T.D. Love Ballad / Tryin' To Find A Way ‎(7", Single) A&M Records 8598-S US Unknown

Yeah I have never been so much In love Before What a difference A true love made in my life So nice So right.

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Soon after the band's 1980 album Shine On, Jeffrey and Billy Osborne departed to start solo careers. Andre Ray and Leslie Wilson (formerly of New Birth) were then chosen as lead vocalists for their next album Love Magic which produced two more hits, "April Love" (1981), and "Kicking Back" (1981). Leslie Wilson left to continue his solo career and . stayed busy in the music industry by recording for small independent record labels, and doing their own personal music projects. Tryin' to Find a Way" - "Rated X".

Written-By – S. Scarborough. B. Let The Music Keep Playing. Written-By – H. Davis. From The A & M Album "Love To The World" SP-4589. Rights Society: GEMA. Love Ballad, Let The Music Keep Playing ‎(7", Single, Styrene, Ter).

On this page you can not listen to mp3 music free or download album or mp3 track to your PC, phone or tablet. All materials are provided for educational purposes. Tryin' To Find A Way, Love Ballad from authorized sellers. Released at: This album was released on the label A&M Records (catalog number 8598-S). Format of the release is. Vinyl

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Tryin' To Find A Way AEngineer – Norm Kinney, Tommy VicariExecutive Producer – Jerry ButlerProducer, Arranged By –. . Written-By – Billy Osborne dr – Chuck DavisProducer – Larry Mizell & Fonce MizellWritten-By – S. There is no country or release date and no indicators as to which side is A or B. A&M Forget Me Nots. Tryin' To Find A Way ℗1974 Love Ballad ℗1976. Matrix, Runout: 11756-S Matrix, Runout: 12086-S.

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Although the title here seems simple, "Love Ballad" was influential, ushering in a newer, strong production style that had little or no sonic resemblance to anything before it. The reasons for that come from the songwriter, Skip Scarborough, who was just starting out. The producers here, brothers Fonce Mizell and Larry Mizell, had been producing Blue Note jazz/R&B artists like Bobbi Humphrey and Donald Byrd. There are also key phrases on "Love Ballad" like the riff "What we have is much more than they can se. Although Osborne sings it a great number of times, he brings a different shading to each go around. This song was also done as a 1978 remake by George Benson and on his version he speeds it up and diminishes the emotional intent. For K-Ci & JoJo's debut as a duo, they also did a cover of this that too failed to capture the potency of the .

Released from their album Love to the World, it spent two weeks at number one on the R&B singles chart in November 1976, and peaked at number twenty on the Billboard Hot 100 singles chart. George Benson released an up-tempo rendition of "Love Ballad" in 1979. It peaked at number three on the R&B charts and number eighteen on the Billboard Hot 100. It also reached number 12 on the Adult Contemporary chart. Benson's cover is the most successful version of the song.