Mel & Tim - Starting All Over Again album flac
Title: Starting All Over Again
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Chicago soul duo Mel & Tim were cousins - Mel Hardin and Tim McPherson - who actually hailed from Holly Springs, MS, and made their way to Chicago via St. Louis. They were discovered by Gene Chandler and signed to his Bamboo label in 1969, when they scored a Top Ten pop and R&B single with the good-humored classic "Backfield in Motion. The follow-up, "Good Guys Only Win in the Movies," supplied the title for their first album and hit the R&B Top 20 later that year.
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Starting All Over Again. Artist: Mel & Tim. Album: The Complete Stax, Volt Soul Singles, Vol. 3: 1972-1975, 2015. the cousins Mel Hardin and Tim McPherson. Has been played on. United States 159. 11. M Hits - 1972. 35. Magic Easy Hits Florida. You can leave your e-mail and we will let you know when the broadcast of the station will be online again: Or listen to the other country dec name stations.
Mel and Tim were an American soul music duo active from 1969 to 1974 and best known for the hit record "Backfield in Motion" (1969). They are also well known for "Good Guys Only Win in the Movies" and "Starting All Over Again" (1972). Melvin McArthur Hardin and Hubert Timothy McPherson were cousins from Holly Springs, Mississippi, who traveled to Chicago, where they were discovered by Gene Chandler.
Album Starting All Over Again (1972). by Mel & Tim. Label Stax. Starting all over again is gonna be rough, so rough But we're gonna make it Starting all over as friends is gonna be rough, on us But we gotta face it. We lost what we had, that's why it hurt so bad It set us back a thousand years We're gonna make it up, though it's gonna be rough To erase all the hurt and tears. Starting all over again is gonna be hard But I pray that the love will help us make it Starting all over again is gonna be slow But we both know that we can make it. We gotta take life as it comes And never worry about who's right or wrong It's an uphill.
Mel & Tim subsequently moved to Stax, where they landed a second Top Five R&B smash with the ballad "Starting All Over Again" (also the title track of their second album). Mel & Tim performed at the late-1972 charity concert Wattstax and were featured in the documentary film of the same name, singing "I May Not Be What You Want. Their self-titled final album appeared in 1973, after which the cousins faded away from the music scene.