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Sweet Inspiration - Ray Griff - The Middle Of The Road (Vinyl, LP, Album)

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  1. This was their first album, recorded in , in which it contains mostly covers of the hits of the day. The album peaked at number 12 on Billboard 's Hot Soul Albums, and features the Top 20 hit " Sweet Inspiration " plus the R&B chart hits "Why (Am I Treated So Bad)" and " Let It Be Me ".
  2. Canadian singer and songwriter Ray Griff overcame a difficult childhood to become one his country's more successful country songwriters. Born on April 22, in Vancouver, British Columbia, he moved.
  3. Feb 11,  · Ray’s Bar and Grill is an LP’s worth of instrumentals recorded early in Griff’s career, some of which went unreleased until this compilation was put out by MORning Records in The capitalized letters are a tipoff; most MORning’s releases were distinctly Middle Of the Road, and most of this album definitely leans toward country’s.
  4. Nov 13,  · This sad & lonesome tale of woe was released in Australia in late on an Interfusion 45, ITFK It was also released on an LP called "Ray Griff Sings". Ray .
  5. (co-write: Ray Griff/Gale Gavan) Blue Melody Music /Grapevine Music ME AND HIS MERCEDES (sung by Marla) (co-write: Ray Griff/Gale Gavan) Blue Melody Music/Grapevine Music MIDDLE OF THE BED, THE (Tracey K Houston) MIDNIGHT SUN (Laura Creegan) (co-write: Ray Griff/Laura Creegan) CalNash Music/Midnight Sun Music MOODY (Carole.
  6. Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about Middle Of The Road - Acceleration at Discogs. Complete your Middle Of The Road collection.
  7. Apr 29,  · Middle Of The Road - Music Music Samba D'Amour Bloody Monday Life's Train Winter's Sun Baby Man Pop Star Music, Music
  8. Sweet Inspiration is the title of a Dan Penn/ Spooner Oldham composition written for and first recorded in by the Sweet Inspirations for whom it had afforded a Top 20 hit reaching #18 on the Billboard Hot in the spring of a live version by Barbra Streisand - in medley with "Where You Lead" - would also become a Top 40 hit.

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