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Gloria Scott - Just As Long As We're Together - Barry White - Killer Disco Soul 7" 45
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Gloria Scott - Just As Long As We're Together (In My Life There Will Never Be Another)


Label: Casablanca Records
Catalog#: NB 815
Format: Vinyl, 7", Single, 45 RPM
Record VG++

Country: US
Released: 1974
Genre: Funk / Soul
Disco

Style:Soul

Tracklist

A Just As Long As We're Together (In My Life There Will Never Be Another) 2:42


B There Will Never Be Another 2:45

Credits
Arranged By - Barry White , Gene Page
Producer - Barry White
Written-By - Barry White , Frank Wilson , Vance Wilson
Notes
Track B is an instrumental version of track A.


It is a small mystery why the album had limited commercial appeal upon its release in 1974 by Casablanca Records. With White's stone cold production and Gloria's instantly captivating vocals, the quality was on par with any album in the marketplace at the time. A combination of factors, including the growing pains of a new record company and White's focus on his own burgeoning career, ultimately limited the reach of What Am I Gonna Do. Though a follow-up single, 'Just As Long as We're Together', hit the R&B Top 20 and held the top spot on the Disco Singles chart in early-1975, the second album she recorded with arranger H. B. Barnum was not released.


Gloria Scott - Just As Long As We're Together

SOUL TRAIN
GREAT TO SEE HOW THE PEOPLE GROOVED TO THIS BARRY WHITE PRODUCED JAM,

This product was added to our catalog on Tuesday 27 July, 2010.

 
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