The Chattertons - Sugar-N-Spice / Bad Luck mp3 album
Title: Sugar-N-Spice / Bad Luck
Date of release: 1987
Size MP3: 1329 mb
Size FLAC: 1139 mb
Format: DMF TTA MIDI AC3 DTS AA DXD
Sugar-N-Spice, Bad Luck (7").
Sugar & Spice is the fifth studio album by American singer Mýa. It was released by Manhattan Recordings exclusively in Japan on December 3, 2008. The album was produced through Mýa's own independent label imprint Planet 9 following her departure from Universal Motown amid the leakage of her previous album Liberation on the Japanese music market. Instead of spending a year and "hundreds of thousands of dollars" in court suing her record label, Motown/Universal, she opted out of her contract.
Sugar 'n' Spice is a 1962 album by Peggy Lee. The orchestra was conducted by Benny Carter. Ain't That Love" (Ray Charles) - 1:59. The Best is Yet to Come" (Cy Coleman, Carolyn Leigh) - 3:19. I Believe in You" (Frank Loesser) - 2:45. Embrasse-Moi" (Peggy Lee, D'Aime Barelli) - 3:23. See See Rider" (Ma Rainey) - 2:34. Teach Me Tonight" (Sammy Cahn, Gene De Paul) - 2:22. When the Sun Comes Out" (Harold Arlen, Ted Koehler) - 2:46. Tell All the World About You" (Ray Charles) - 2:30.
Sugar 'n' Spice (Martha Reeves and the Vandellas album). Sugar 'n' Spice is a soul album released by Motown girl group Martha and the Vandellas on the Gordy (Motown) label in 1969. The album was released during a troubling and downward time for the lead singer, Martha Reeves, who was now heavily addicted to painkillers. Often, the singer went into nervous breakdowns that led to a rare stint at an institution.
Baby & Children's Clothing Store in Amaroúsion, Greece. Closed Now. About sugar n' spice.
However, the material is mostly pretty strong, with the highlights including "See See Rider," "When the Sun Comes Out," "I've Got the World on a String," and "Big Bad Bill Is Sweet William No. One of Peggy Lee's better recordings from the early '60s.
Sugar and spice, 'sugar 'n' spice, and sugar & spice may refer to: In literature. Like many Motown albums of the late sixties, the album was produced by several in-house producers including Ashford and Simpson, Frank Wilson and Deke Richards. Big Bad Bill (Is Sweet William Now)" (Milton Ager, Jack Yellen) - 2:37. bonus tracks added to re-issue: "I'll Be Around" (Alec Wilder) - 2:44.
- Distributed By – Crown Marketing
- Producer – Dennis Ritchie
- Written By – Lee Allen Chatterton