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Leaving Me - Silk (14) - Smooth As Silk (CD, Album)

8 thoughts on “ Leaving Me - Silk (14) - Smooth As Silk (CD, Album)

  1. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the RE CD release of Silk / Smooth As Silk on Discogs. Label: Sequel Records - NEM CD • Format: CD Compilation RE • Country: UK • Genre: Funk / Soul • Leaving Me: Call Me: Live While You Can: Party Pt. 1 & 2: Ain't No Need Of Crying: On Fire: Let Him 5/5(1).
  2. It's been nearly a decade since we've heard anything on record from SILK, one of the great vocal groups of the 90s. The quintet has been touring this Summer with such stagemates as , Jagged Edge, Mint Condition, Ginuwine and Tank, but we were really hoping for some new music. A few months ago, the group gave us the privilege of debuting a new song that we just loved.
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  4. Silk, an Album by Silk. Released 14 November on Elektra (catalog no. ; CD). Genres: Contemporary R&B.
  5. If I wasn't price-checking on Texas' Silk (Lil' G and them,) I still wouldn't know about this classic. Not to mention, Unidisc put the pedal to the metal and found the master tapes for this remastered reissue onto CD! The highlights of this album are "I Know I Didn't Do You Wrong," "Give Yourself To Me," and my favorite song here, "Let Him Go.".
  6. Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about Silk - Smooth As Silk at Discogs. Complete your Silk collection/5(16).
  7. Silk was comprised of ex-Independents ("Leaving Me") Maurice Jackson and Aaron "Eric" Thomas, along with Arthur Reid. If price was the barometer, this should be a great album by a great group -- the nine tracks sell for 20 dollars discounted online, with their first single, "Party 1 & 2," at six minutes and 21 seconds, the pestcifornotitalradesenmigasimp.coinfo: $
  8. On a brighter note, I hope that this group's first album gets the same treatment, if the master tapes can be found, because It's almost as good as this album I'm reviewing. If you catch this review after stumbling across this goldmine, take heed and feel "Smooth As Silk" and get ready for some old school true slow jams because it's time to 4/5(1).

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