10 videos
  • Stephanie Mills - What Cha Gonna Do with My Lovin'
    by SOLID 1,313 0 0
    Stephanie Mills performing "What Cha Gonna Do with My Lovin'".
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  • New Edition - Cool It Now
    by SOLID 3,533 0 0
    Revisit New Edition's number 1 songs here: https://UMe.lnk.to/NewEditionNumberOnes Listen and follow the New Edition Best Of Playlist: https://UMe.lnk.to/NewEditionBestOfStrm Music video by New Edition performing Cool It Now. (C) 1984 Geffen Records
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  • Shalamar - Second Time Around
    by SOLID 3,261 0 0
    Buy on iTunes: http://bit.ly/P5IOrf © 1979
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  • New Edition - Candy Girl
    by SOLID 1,316 0 0
    This is the official video of the song 'Candy Girl' performed by New Edition. There is another version of this video on YouTube but this one has High Quality-Audio.
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    by SOLID
  • The Whispers - And The Beat Goes On
    by SOLID 2,316 0 0
    And The Beat Goes On by the Whispers © 1979
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  • The Whispers - It's A Love Thing
    by SOLID 2,396 0 0
    It's A Love Thing by The Whispers © 1987
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  • The Whispers - Keep On Lovin' Me
    by SOLID 1,356 0 0
    Buy on iTunes: http://geni.us/1s2i © 1987
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  • Midnight Star - Midas Touch
    by SOLID 3,066 0 0
    © 1986 The synth-funk unit Midnight Star scored several times on the charts during the mid-'80s, led by their double-platinum album No Parking on the Dance Floor in 1983. Just one of the successful acts on Solar Records (also including Shalamar, Lakeside, and the Whispers), the group was formed in 1976 at Kentucky State University by the Calloway brothers, trumpeter Reginald, and trombone player Vincent, with vocalist Belinda Lipscomb. After signing with RCA near the turn of the decade, Midnight Star recorded their first album in 1980, The Beginning, with a conglomeration of studio players and producers. After moving to the Solar label by 1982, the group released Victory and then added a full band: guitarist Melvin Gentry, bassist Kenneth Gant, drummer Bobby Lovelace, and keyboard player Bo Watson. Though the Calloways' production skills -- later used to full effect on tracks by Natalie Cole, Gladys Knight, and Teddy Pendergrass -- had pushed Midnight Star into the R&B charts during 1981-1982, with singles like "Hot Spot" and "I've Been Watching You," the group was unprepared for the success of the first single from their third proper album, No Parking on the Dance Floor. "Freak-a-Zoid" hit number two on the R&B charts in mid-1983, and though it failed to make the pop Top 40, it pushed the LP over the platinum mark. "Operator," the first single from their next album, Planetary Invasion, became their highest-charting single, making number 18 on the pop charts. By 1986, Headlines had become Midnight Star's third album to at least sell gold, but it proved their last; both Reginald and Vincent left the group to form Calloway in 1988. (Incidentally, the Calloways had introduced future legend Babyface to Solar executives for his first job, and produced Babyface's group the Deele). Without Reginald and Vincent Calloway to lead the way, Midnight Star fell fast and far. A 1988 self-titled album flopped, and 1990's Work It Out proved to be their last until 2002's 15th Avenue. Since then, the members continued outside collaborations, but they also came together for frequent touring. As late as 2007, the group's lineup featured Lipscomb, Gentry, Watson, Lovelace, and Gant. As Calloway, the Calloways found success with their first single, 1989's "I Wanna Be Rich," which hit number two on the pop charts. The track was their only major hit, followed by "Sir Lancelot" and the title track from their 1990 debut album, All the Way. Calloway returned two years later with Let's Get Smooth, but the album proved their last. The brothers continued working, with Pieces of a Dream and Bootsy Collins, among others.
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    by SOLID
  • Ben E. King - Stand By Me
    by Shoot3r 533 0 0
    1961
    533 views 0 likes 0 comments
    by Shoot3r
  • Stephanie Mills - What Cha Gonna Do with My Lovin'
    by SOLID 1,313 0 0
    Stephanie Mills performing "What Cha Gonna Do with My Lovin'".
    1,313 views 0 likes 0 comments
    by SOLID
  • New Edition - Cool It Now
    by SOLID 3,533 0 0
    Revisit New Edition's number 1 songs here: https://UMe.lnk.to/NewEditionNumberOnes Listen and follow the New Edition Best Of Playlist: https://UMe.lnk.to/NewEditionBestOfStrm Music video by New Edition performing Cool It Now. (C) 1984 Geffen Records
    3,533 views 0 likes 0 comments
    by SOLID
  • Shalamar - Second Time Around
    by SOLID 3,261 0 0
    Buy on iTunes: http://bit.ly/P5IOrf © 1979
    3,261 views 0 likes 0 comments
    by SOLID
  • New Edition - Candy Girl
    by SOLID 1,316 0 0
    This is the official video of the song 'Candy Girl' performed by New Edition. There is another version of this video on YouTube but this one has High Quality-Audio.
    1,316 views 0 likes 0 comments
    by SOLID
  • The Whispers - And The Beat Goes On
    by SOLID 2,316 0 0
    And The Beat Goes On by the Whispers © 1979
    2,316 views 0 likes 0 comments
    by SOLID
  • The Whispers - It's A Love Thing
    by SOLID 2,396 0 0
    It's A Love Thing by The Whispers © 1987
    2,396 views 0 likes 0 comments
    by SOLID
  • The Whispers - Keep On Lovin' Me
    by SOLID 1,356 0 0
    Buy on iTunes: http://geni.us/1s2i © 1987
    1,356 views 0 likes 0 comments
    by SOLID
  • Midnight Star - Midas Touch
    by SOLID 3,066 0 0
    © 1986 The synth-funk unit Midnight Star scored several times on the charts during the mid-'80s, led by their double-platinum album No Parking on the Dance Floor in 1983. Just one of the successful acts on Solar Records (also including Shalamar, Lakeside, and the Whispers), the group was formed in 1976 at Kentucky State University by the Calloway brothers, trumpeter Reginald, and trombone player Vincent, with vocalist Belinda Lipscomb. After signing with RCA near the turn of the decade, Midnight Star recorded their first album in 1980, The Beginning, with a conglomeration of studio players and producers. After moving to the Solar label by 1982, the group released Victory and then added a full band: guitarist Melvin Gentry, bassist Kenneth Gant, drummer Bobby Lovelace, and keyboard player Bo Watson. Though the Calloways' production skills -- later used to full effect on tracks by Natalie Cole, Gladys Knight, and Teddy Pendergrass -- had pushed Midnight Star into the R&B charts during 1981-1982, with singles like "Hot Spot" and "I've Been Watching You," the group was unprepared for the success of the first single from their third proper album, No Parking on the Dance Floor. "Freak-a-Zoid" hit number two on the R&B charts in mid-1983, and though it failed to make the pop Top 40, it pushed the LP over the platinum mark. "Operator," the first single from their next album, Planetary Invasion, became their highest-charting single, making number 18 on the pop charts. By 1986, Headlines had become Midnight Star's third album to at least sell gold, but it proved their last; both Reginald and Vincent left the group to form Calloway in 1988. (Incidentally, the Calloways had introduced future legend Babyface to Solar executives for his first job, and produced Babyface's group the Deele). Without Reginald and Vincent Calloway to lead the way, Midnight Star fell fast and far. A 1988 self-titled album flopped, and 1990's Work It Out proved to be their last until 2002's 15th Avenue. Since then, the members continued outside collaborations, but they also came together for frequent touring. As late as 2007, the group's lineup featured Lipscomb, Gentry, Watson, Lovelace, and Gant. As Calloway, the Calloways found success with their first single, 1989's "I Wanna Be Rich," which hit number two on the pop charts. The track was their only major hit, followed by "Sir Lancelot" and the title track from their 1990 debut album, All the Way. Calloway returned two years later with Let's Get Smooth, but the album proved their last. The brothers continued working, with Pieces of a Dream and Bootsy Collins, among others.
    3,066 views 0 likes 0 comments
    by SOLID
  • Ben E. King - Stand By Me
    by Shoot3r 533 0 0
    1961
    533 views 0 likes 0 comments
    by Shoot3r