Melodies International proudly moves forward with an elusive piece of mid-tempo Chicago soul originally performed by Gloria J. Jennings in 1977. "Know What You Want" is a song that goes deep in such a simple, unaffected, almost naive way, Gloria's voice is both sweet and raw, it's built on simple chords and obvious instrumentation, but it's so much greater than the sum of it's parts. "Know What You Want" is soul music, pure and unadulterated, there's nothing getting in the way of the feeling, it's straight from the heart. Carefully re-mastered from the tapes, MEL008 comes forth in it's original 7" format with a 14"x14" poster.
Melodies International proudly moves forward with an elusive piece of mid-tempo Chicago soul originally performed by Gloria J. Jennings in 1977. "Know What You Want" is a song that goes deep in such a simple, unaffected, almost naive way, Gloria's voice is both sweet and raw, it's built on simple chords and obvious instrumentation, but it's so much greater than the sum of it's parts. "Know What You Want" is soul music, pure and unadulterated, there's nothing getting in the way of the feeling, it's straight from the heart. Carefully re-mastered from the tapes, MEL008 comes forth in it's original 7" format with a 14"x14" poster.
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Know What You Want (Uk)
Artist: Gloria Jay
Format: Vinyl
New: Unavailable
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DISC: 1

1. Know What You Want
2. I'm Gonna Make It

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Melodies International proudly moves forward with an elusive piece of mid-tempo Chicago soul originally performed by Gloria J. Jennings in 1977. "Know What You Want" is a song that goes deep in such a simple, unaffected, almost naive way, Gloria's voice is both sweet and raw, it's built on simple chords and obvious instrumentation, but it's so much greater than the sum of it's parts. "Know What You Want" is soul music, pure and unadulterated, there's nothing getting in the way of the feeling, it's straight from the heart. Carefully re-mastered from the tapes, MEL008 comes forth in it's original 7" format with a 14"x14" poster.