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Ronnie Williams - Dreamin' / Ain't No Sin To Lie mp3 track

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Performer: Ronnie Williams
Title: Dreamin' / Ain't No Sin To Lie
Country: US
Released: 1974
Style: Soul, Disco
Category: Funk, Soul
Rating: 4.9 ✦
Other format: MP1 MP2 AUD ASF AAC MP3 DTS

Tracklist

A Dreamin' (Stereo) 3:39
B Ain't No Sin To Lie 2:31

Credits

  • Engineer – Ed Stasium
  • Producer – Tony Camillo
  • Written-By – Barry DeVorzon*, Ted Ellis

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
RB-2004 Ronnie Williams Dreamin' / Ain't No Sin To Lie ‎(7") Roxbury Records RB-2004 US 1974
RB-2004-DJ Ronnie Williams Dreamin' ‎(7", Promo) Roxbury Records RB-2004-DJ US 1974
2005 018 Ronnie Williams Dreamin' / Ain't No Sin To Lie ‎(7") Chelsea Records 2005 018 UK 1974
2005 018 Ronnie Williams Dreamin' / Ain't No Sin To Lie ‎(7") Chelsea Records 2005 018 Netherlands 1975


It Ain't Easy is a 1971 album by Long John Baldry. According to extensive notes about Long John Baldry's career in the re-release 2005 CD, Rod Stewart was brought on board to produce It Ain't Easy for Warner Brothers. Soon after in 1970, Stewart met his former Bluesology bandmate Elton John at a party and the piano player joined on, too. Stewart and John each produced half of this bluesy album, with John contributing much of the piano work.

Dreamin'" is a song written by Lisa Montgomery and Geneva Paschal and originally performed by the family group Guinn in 1986. In 1988, Vanessa Williams recorded the song and released it as a single from her debut album, The Right Stuff. The single was Williams' first top 40 and first number-one hit on the Billboard R&B chart, where it stayed at the top of the chart for two weeks. On the Billboard Hot 100 pop chart, "Dreamin'" peaked at number eight.

Album: Beautiful to Me: Don Francisco Collection, Vol. 2, Original Release Date: 1998-01-01. Genre: Christian & Gospel. Now some people when you walk up and talk to 'em They wear a manufactured smile You can't tell if they're really happy Or just tryin' to be in style You know it's like somebody told 'em Only sinners ever frown But when you're really hurtin' It ain't no crime for feelin' down.

to kick it, my nigga You ain't gotta try so hard. And the world don't respect you And the culture don't accept you But you think it's all love And the girls gon' neglect you once your parody is done Reputation can't protect you if you never had one Jealousy (complex), emotional (complex) Self-pity (complex), under oath (complex) The loudest one in the. room, nigga, that's a complex Let me put it back in proper context. Its title is a reference to the posthumously released 2Pac track, 1997’s Lie To Kick It -which also inspired Ice Cube’s You Ain’t Gotta Lie (Ta Kick It) in 2000; the latter of which is sampled here for good measure. Other notable interpolations include Fly Fo Life by Suga Free and You’re Getting a Little Too Smart by Detroit Emeralds. Guitar Marlon Williams (Guitarist). Background Vocals JaVonté, Wyann Vaughn, Preston Harris & 1 more.