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Bobby King - Fool For The Night mp3 track

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Performer: Bobby King
Title: Fool For The Night
Released: 1981
Style: Soul
Category: Funk, Soul
Rating: 4.2 ✦


A Fool For The Night 3:49
B Fool For The Night 3:49

Tracklist: 01. Fool for the Night 02. Having a Party 03. A Fool and His Love 04. Make It This Time 05. Summer Nights 06. Mind Reader 07. If You Don't Want My Love 08. Lovers by Night 09. Heart to Heart.

Listen to music from Bobby King like . Fool For The Night & more. Find the latest tracks, albums, and images from Bobby King. There are two artists going by the name Bobby King, one from . and one from Glasgow, Scotland. The first Bobby King is an excellent, though underexposed, jazz reedman/pianist who has played a variety of instruments and can handle inside and outside playing equally well. native moved around a lot over the years, living in New York as well as San Francisco, Cleveland, and Las Vegas.

Original album and alternate reissues. Peak chart positions. c/w "Dark Is the Night (Part II)". "Be Careful with a Fool" was the b-side to "(I'm Gonna) Quit My Baby. "You've Been an Angel" was the b-side to "Please Accept My Love. "Peace of Mind" was the b-side of "Someday Baby.

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Track 2-2 - Originally included as a B-Side to the single 'Digging The Grave' (Slash Đ- LASCD 51, London Records Đ- 857 985-2), released February 1995.

It was their first album recorded without longtime guitarist Jim Martin. The album showcased a greater variety than the band's usual heavy metal leanings, with Rolling Stone calling the result a "genre shuffle".