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. Released at: This album was released on the label Bounce Music (catalog number BNCE-CD 003 5033746000329). This album was released in 1998 year. UK. Format of the release is.
Listen free to Lonnie Gordon – Beat the Street (Beat The Street (Alan Thompson's "Beat That Bitch" Mix), Beat the Street (The Diddy Man Dub)). Discover more music, concerts, videos, and pictures with the largest catalogue online at Last. Gordon had several entries on the . Hot Dance Club Play chart in the 1990s, including three that reached She also had major hits UK pop with the song "Happenin' All Over Again" written and produced by Stock Aitken Waterman, which reached in the UK Singles Chart in 1990, and had originally been written for Donna Summer. Subsequent singles did less well there (although two reached the Top 40. As a result her debut album, If I Have To Stand Alone, was never officially released in the UK, and only received a limited release in Europe and Japan.
Beat The Street (The Diddy Man Dub). Producer – DiddyRemix – The Diddy Man. BUCV 001. Lonnie Gordon. Beat The Street (12", Promo, W/Lbl, Sta).
Lonnie Gordon (born November 8, 1965, Philadelphia) is an American female dance, pop and R&B singer and songwriter from New York's Bronx, who scored a few chart hits during the 1990s. Early life and career. Born in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Gordon moved to the Bronx at an early age. In the early 1980s, she started performing around the Harlem area in clubs as the lead singer of a band called Nythjar. After meeting her husband, she relocated to England in the late 1980s, and retired from the music scene to take care of her daughter Rikki. Signed to SBK Records, Gordon released her second album Bad Mood in 1993. The album included two further . Dance singles, "Bad Mood", and a re-recorded "Happenin' All Over Again", which also peaked at in the Billboard Hot 100. A follow up single, "Do You Want It", also did well on the dance charts in 1994.
Beyond Your Wildest Dreams. Artist: Lonnie Gordon. Album: Beyond Your Wildest Dreams (Remix), 1990. Lonnie Gordon Beyond Your Wildest Dreams. 1990 single charting at in the UK in August 1990, and in Australia in October 1990. From the album 'If I Have To Stand Alone', which was re-issued on the Cherry Red Records label in 2009. This track was written and produced by Stock Aitken Waterman. Official music video HQ 90s 90's PWL I'll bring you joy. ohnoitisnathan.
If I Have to Stand Alone is the debut album by Hi-NRG and house singer Lonnie Gordon, released in 1990 on Supreme Records. It includes Gordon's breakthrough hit "Happenin' All Over Again", which was a top 10 hit in the UK and Ireland. However, the two follow-up singles, "Beyond Your Wildest Dreams" and "If I Have to Stand Alone" did not fare as well.
Beat Street is the sixth studio album by the Canadian rock band Prism. It was the last of two Prism studio albums featuring the lead vocalist Henry Small, who had replaced Ron Tabak after his forced departure in 1981.
|Beat The Street (Alan Thompson's "Beat That Bitch" Mix)||7:03|
|Beat The Street (The Diddy Man Dub)||8:23|
|BNCE-TS 003||Lonnie Gordon||Beat The Street (12")||Bounce Music||BNCE-TS 003||UK||1998|
|BUCV 003||Lonnie Gordon||Beat The Street (12", Promo, Ora)||Bounce Music||BUCV 003||UK||1998|
|BNCE-CD 003 5033746000329||Lonnie Gordon||Beat The Street (CD, Maxi)||Bounce Music||BNCE-CD 003 5033746000329||UK||1998|
|BUCV 001||Lonnie Gordon||Beat The Street (12", Promo, W/Lbl, Sta)||Bounce Music||BUCV 001||UK||Unknown|
|BUCV 002||Lonnie Gordon||Beat The Street (12", Promo, W/Lbl, Sta)||Bounce Music||BUCV 002||UK||Unknown|