Lee Fields: Gonna Make Love (All Night Long)/Call Her Sugar; London ; 4 Lee Fields: Meet Me Tonight/A Man Gotta Do What a Man Gotta Do; BDA ;
Lee Fields: Keep Your Mouth Out Of Other People's Business: BDA BDA Records, Inc. 12", 33 ⅓ RPM, Maxi-Single, US: Lee Fields: Gonna Make Love (All Night Long) / Call Her Sugar: London Records: 7", 45 RPM, Single, US: Lee Fields: You're Breaking My Heart / We Can Look Forward (For Happy Times) AA: Angle 3: 7.
Special Night. LP: $ CD: $ There are a few terms that get thrown around loosely, two of which are legend and retro-soul. One of these fits Lee Fields hand and glove, one of these doesn’t fit at all. Very few people in music have both earned the status of legendary and continue to solidify it. 50 years in the game and only getting.
· · North Carolina-born Lee cut his first 7″ for Bedford, the deep soul of “Bewildered”, back in ’69; he out one single out for the mighty London Records in ’73, the funk steam of “We’re Gonna Make Love (All Night Long)”; and kept on issuing on that gold standard soul format, the two-track 45RPM wax, all through the Seventies up to.
It’s always been about love, and that will never change as long as there are human beings on earth. We can come up with new, innovative creations and inventions, but the love theme will always be there. So I sing about love because love is the answer and love is the panacea for all of the calamity that is going on in the world. Love is a good.
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