Celebrations - The Brothers Johnson* - Light Up The Night (Cassette, Album)

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  1. Sep 23,  · Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about The Brothers Johnson* - Light Up The Night at Discogs. Complete your The Brothers Johnson* collection/5().
  2. yes, agree with the last reviewer, does certainly bring back memories of youth. I loved " stomp ", who didn't? but the album's feel and soul/funk riff's make this a must have for cs jazz/funk groupies. "celebration" "light up the night", all bring a great twist to an album that look's and feel's good/5(69).
  3. Listen to your favorite songs from Light Up The Night by The Brothers Johnson Now. Stream ad-free with Amazon Music Unlimited on mobile, desktop, and tablet. Download our mobile app now.
  4. All about the album of The Brothers Johnson - Light Up The Night. The Brothers Johnson's album Light Up The Night | a&m records | AMLK | NL from on A&m records. All information of this Soul or Funk Album Like fragments, covers, tracks.
  5. Light Up the Night may refer to. Music Albums. Light Up the Night (The Brothers Johnson album), ; Light Up the Night (Jess Moskaluke album), ; Light Up the Night, an album by Mike Stevens; Songs "Light Up the Night" (Boyzone song), "Light Up the Night", a song by The Black Eyed Peas from The Beginning "Light Up the Night", a song by The Protomen from Act II: The .
  6. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Dolby Cassette release of Light Up The Night on Discogs. Label: A&M Records - CKM • Format: Cassette Album Dolby • Country: Europe • Genre: Funk / Soul • Style: Funk, Disco3/5.
  7. The Brothers Johnson "Celebrations": The Brothers Johnson Lyrics "Celebrations" Celebrations Smilin' at the sun Livin' on the run Celebrations Dancin' through the night Reachin' for the sky We're gonna celebrate tonight, yeah album: "Light Up The Night" () Stomp! Light Up The Night. Treasure. All About The Heaven.
  8. Light Up the Night marked the end of an era for the Brothers Johnson-- it was the last of four albums that Quincy Jones produced for the Los Angeles siblings, and it was the last time a Brothers Johnson album was truly excellent instead of merely decent. When Jones was producing the Brothers Johnson's albums from , he gave them something their subsequent albums lacked -- consistency.

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