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  1. Bralrajas says:
    Don't You Know That? Lyrics: I got your love / You need to look no further / (Don't you know that?) / Don't you know that? / After my love / You'll never need another / (Don't you know that?).
  2. Dilar says:
    foobar / Dynamic Range Meter log date: Analyzed: Luther Vandross / Never Too MuchDR Peak RMS Duration TrackDR13 dB dB Never Too Much DR12 dB dB Sugar And Spice (I Found Me A Girl) DR13 dB dB Don't You Know That?
  3. Gardajin says:
    Jun 29,  · les comparto este de luther vandross porque me gusta mucho, espero les guste. Bass cover of "Never Too Much" by Luther Vandross. I've wanted to cover this song since forever, haha. Hope you .
  4. Goltibar says:
    Label: Epic - ESGA ,LV Records - ESGA • Format: SACD Album, Limited Edition, Reissue, Remastered • Country: Japan • Genre: Funk / Soul • Style: Rhythm & Blues, Disco Luther Vandross - Never Too Much (, SACD) | Discogs.
  5. Mikalabar says:
    Luther Vandross was one of the most successful R&B artists of the s and '90s. Not only did he score a series of multi-million-selling albums containing chart-topping hit singles and perform sold-out tours of the U.S. and around the world, but he also took charge of his music creatively, writing or co-writing most of his songs and arranging and producing his records.
  6. Shakanos says:
    Never Too Much, an Album by Luther Vandross. Released 12 August on Epic (catalog no. FE ; Vinyl LP). Genres: Smooth Soul, Contemporary R&B. Featured peformers: Luther Vandross (vocals, vocal arrangements, arranger, producer), Nat Adderley, Jr. (keyboards), Marcus Miller (bass), Buddy Williams (drums), Larkin Arnold (executive producer), Carl Beatty (engineer), Andy Hoffman .
  7. Arajinn says:
    "Never Too Much" is a song written, composed, produced, and performed by Luther Vandross. The R&B song was released in , as the lead single from Vandross' debut studio album Never Too Much .
  8. Tojakinos says:
    The debut solo album from Luther Vandross featured one outstanding song after another. Vandross concocts a bouncy, vibrant flow on his up-tempo numbers and an intimate, emotional connection on his moderate grooves and his lone ballad. The title track stormed up the Billboard R&B charts to number one where it remained for two weeks. The mellow groove of "Don't You Know That," which checked in 10/

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