JTQ Featuring McKoy - Love The Life mp3 album
Title: Love The Life
Style: Acid Jazz, Jazzdance
Date of release: 1990
Size MP3: 1240 mb
Size FLAC: 1803 mb
Format: WAV AA MMF XM MP2 MPC RA
1 Love The Life 7" Version. 2. Love The Life Remix Remix, Producer. 3 Love The Life Fat Back Mix. 4 Fat. Other versions. JTQ Featuring McKoy - Love The Life (12"). JTQ with Noel McKoy. with Noel McKoy The Life (12"). The James Taylor The James Taylor. McKoy - Love The Life Urban. The James Taylor Quartet. Love The Life (Morales Remix) (CD, Single). Urban, Polydor Ltd. Love The Life (Morales Remixes) (12").
JTQ Featuring McKoy - Love The Life (Maxi, Single). Snowboy Featuring Noel McKoy. Snowboy Featuring Noel McCoy. Snowboy Featuring Noel McCoy - Lucky Fellow.
Artist Album Song Title. Love the Life Album Cover Art.
The single "Love the Life" reached the Top 40 and the accompanying album Supernatural Feeling (1993) reached the top 30 in the UK charts. The next album In the Hand of the Inevitable (1995), featuring Alison Limerick as guest vocalist on three songs, saw a return to the Acid Jazz label, where it remains the label's biggest selling album. Return to funk roots. The James Taylor Quartet in Pizza Express, Maidstone, England, December 2010, with vocalist Yvonne Yanney . Absolute – JTQ Live (Big Life; Polydor, 1991). Supernatural Feeling (Big Life; Polydor, 1993) – with Noel McKoy. Extended Play (Acid Jazz, 1994). The BBC Sessions (Nighttracks, 1995; Strange Fruit, 1997).
Love of Life is the eighth studio album by American experimental rock band Swans. It was released in 1992 on Young God Records. Like its predecessor, Love of Life was out of print for a long time and had not been reissued until December 2015. Six of the eleven songs appear on the Various Failures compilation, and a further four appear on the Forever Burned compilation
McKoy made his debut back in the late 1980’s at the start of the acid Jazz explosion. Polydor records had just signed the James Taylor Quartet and Medway’s leading organist and the scene leader James Taylor had been looking to augment his instrumental combo with a vocalist who’d allow the band to record some genuine jazz funk classics. McKoy attended an audition at Polydor’s Hammersmith offices, sat down at the piano and blew the assembled A & R team away
|1||Love The Life|
|2||Love The Life (Fat Back Mix)|
- Featuring – McKoy*
- Written-By – James Taylor, Noel McKoy
NotesMarketed in Australasia by Polygram under exclusive license. Made in Australia.
|URBX 57||JTQ* Featuring McKoy*||JTQ* Featuring McKoy* - Love The Life (12")||Urban||URBX 57||UK||1990|
|877 602-7, URB 57||The James Taylor Quartet Featuring McKoy*||The James Taylor Quartet Featuring McKoy* - Love The Life (7", Single)||Polydor, Urban||877 602-7, URB 57||UK||1990|
|URBXR67, URBXR 67, 879 543-1||The James Taylor Quartet||Love The Life (12")||Urban , Urban , Urban||URBXR67, URBXR 67, 879 543-1||UK||1990|
|JTQ PROMO 2||JTQ* With Vocalist Noel McKoy||JTQ* With Vocalist Noel McKoy - Love The Life (2x12", Promo)||Big Life||JTQ PROMO 2||UK||1993|
|URB 67||The James Taylor Quartet||Love The Life (Morales Remixes) (7")||Urban||URB 67||UK||1990|