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|ATS 533||King Floyd||Groove Me / What Our Love Needs (7", Single)||Atlantic||ATS 533||US||1970|
|45-435||King Floyd||Groove Me / What Our Love Needs (7", Single)||Chimneyville Records||45-435||US||1970|
|CH-435||King Floyd||Groove Me / What Our Love Needs (7", Single, SP)||Chimneyville Records||CH-435||US||1970|
|CH 435||King Floyd||What Our Love Needs / Groove Me (7", Single)||Atlantic||CH 435||Jamaica||1970|
|P-1019A||King Floyd||Groove Me (7")||Atlantic||P-1019A||Japan||1970|
Companies, etc. Produced For – Malaco Productions. Distributed By – Cotillion. Published By – Malaco Music. Published By – Roffignac Music. Groove Me, What Our Love Needs (7", Single, SP). Chimneyville Records. What Our Love Needs, Groove Me (7", Single).
King Floyd singles chronology. What Our Love Needs" (1970). Baby Let Me Kiss You" (1971). Groove Me" is a song recorded by R&B singer King Floyd. Released from his eponymous album in late 1970, it was a crossover hit, spending four non-consecutive weeks at number-one on Billboard soul chart and peaking at on the Billboard Hot 10. .Department of Health & Human Services, and US. ov, which sources content from all federal, state, local, tribal, and territorial government publication portals . ov,. Funding for US. ov and content contributors is made possible from the . Congress, E-Government Act of 2002.
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10 tracks · May 1971. What Our Love Needs, Groove Me. Play album.
After ‘Groove Me’ had been rejected by many important soul labels, Malaco put it out themselves, initially as a B-side. A New Orleans-based DJ went crazy for the track and began plugging it mercilessly. The record soon busted out of the south and, with national distribution by Atlantic Records, became a Pop smash in early 1971. For the first time on a UK CD, those singles and the best album tracks are collected here on I Feel Like Dynamite. The compilation contains all of Floyd’s important dance hits, several of which have been sampled by hip hoppers over and over again, plus the great deep soul sides that were a highlight of his albums and B-sides. Released from his eponymous album in late 1970, it was a crossover hit, spending four non-consecutive weeks at number-one on Billboard Soul chart and peaking at on the Billboard Hot 100. Origin. According to Rob Bowman, Canadian professor of ethnomusicology, "Groove Me" had been inspired by a young college student who had worked about twenty feet away from Floyd at an east . In Floyd's words: "She'd just watch me and smile at me all day. When I went to the water fountain, she would make it her purpose to come up to the water fountain.
Groove Me is a song recorded by R&B singer King Floyd. The song was recorded and produced by Wardell Quezergue at Malaco Records’ Jackson, Mississippi recording studios during the same session as another Quezergue-produced song, Jean Knight’s Mr. Big Stuff. Groove Me was originally released as the B-side to Floyd’s What Our Love Needs on the Malaco subsidiary Chimneyville. When New Orleans disc.
Groove Me. Artist: King Floyd. Album: 70's Soul - Groove Me, 2009. King Floyd - Groove Me (1971) King Floyd (1971 LP) - US 70's Soul Funk. Has been played on. United States 277. 11. M Hits - 1971. 53. 1Radio - Classics R&B.
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