Ray, Goodman & Brown - Take It To The Limit / Mood For Loving
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Take It To The Limit / Mood For Lovin' - Two Classic Albums On One CD

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Title: Take It To The Limit / Mood For Lovin' - Two Classic Albums On One CD
Artist: Ray, Goodman & Brown
Label: Expansion
Catalogue #: EXP2CD40
Format: CD
Genre: 80s Soul
Release Year: 2014
Condition: New & Sealed
1 Take It To The Limit (4:48)
2 (Baby) Let's Make Love Tonight (5:18)
3 Good Love (3:51)
4 Celebrate Our Love (5:03)
5 Why Must I Wait (3:60)
6 Waiting For Dawn (4:59)
7 We've Got Tonight (5:41)
8 Someone's Missing Your Love (4:59)
9 Where Did You Get That Body… Baby? (4:54)
10 Mood For Lovin (4:14)
11 Where Are You Now? (4:58)
12 Say it (5:06)
13 Electrified (4:35)
14 Next Time I'll Know (5:42)
15 Never Stop Lovin' You (5:02)
16 Don't Make Me Wait (4:54)
In demand rare soul albums, released in the UK together for the first time on CD
 
Includes the smash hit “Where Did You Get That Body… Baby”.
 
Harry Ray, Al Goodman and Billy Brown previously recorded as The Moments, their Stateside hits including “Love On A Two-Way Street”, Sexy Mama” and “Look At Me”.
Here in the UK they made Top 10 in the national charts with  “Girls” and “Dolly My Love” while the soul scene still spin their 1976 single “Nine Times”, another record for Sylvia Robinson’s Stang label before the group’s name transition to Ray, Goodman & Brown in 1978 for contractual reasons. The Moments had included prior members since forming in Washington in the 1960, but when Sylvia’s Sugarhill label was on a roll, Harry Ray would also record briefly as a solo artist,  “Love Is A Game” being the song from that period he is best remembered for.
 
After four albums at Polydor and an independently released project for Panoramic Records, the group arrived at EMI’s American operation for the two albums we present here. Ray Goodman & Brown were now signed with Hush Productions, themselves busy within EMI with other artists including Lillo Thomas, Paul Lawrence, Melba Moore and Beau Williams among others. Their creative team brought to these albums soul music’s soundtrack of the times and indeed much of the Hush flavour that works most favourably here on outstanding ballads and mellow grooves.
 
 Adding Greg Willis to the second EMI recording, the group further excelled and defined the moment with  a classic, “Where Did You Get That Body Baby”, co-written by the group’s new member who became a featured vocalist too.
 
By the late 80s soul music had become ‘electrified’, possibly the inspiration for the Garry Glenn composition which embraced the elements while maintaining the quality that contributes significantly to the longevity of these albums. - Expansion 

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