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|KLE1T||Kleshay||Reasons (12")||Jerv Records||KLE1T||UK||1998|
|JERV3DJ||Kleshay||Reasons (12", Promo)||Jerv Records||JERV3DJ||UK||1998|
|KLE1CD||Kleshay||Reasons (CD, Single)||Jerv Records, Epic||KLE1CD||UK||1998|
|JERV3CDJ||Kleshay||Reasons (CD, Single, Promo)||Jerv Records||JERV3CDJ||UK||1998|
|JERV2DJ||Kleshay||Reasons (12", Promo)||Jerv Records||JERV2DJ||UK||1998|
Reasons (Keepin' The Vibe Alive). Caution! All audio materials of Kleshay are presented solely for information. All styles of audio music.
Genre: Electronic, Funk, Soul. Style: House, Rhythm & Blues. Reasons (Full Crew Club Mix). Reasons (Extended Version). Reasons (Colour System Inc Classic Vocal). .Reasons (Keepin' The Vibe Alive) (12", W/Lbl). JERV 1DJ. UK. Unknown.
Keepin' the Summer Alive is the 24th studio album by American rock band the Beach Boys, released on March 24, 1980, on Brother, Caribou and CBS Records. Produced by band member Bruce Johnston, following aborted attempts to have founding member Brian Wilson return to his former role, the album is the last with founding drummer Dennis Wilson, who would drown in December 1983. The album also features the Eagles' guitarist Joe Walsh on the opening track "Keepin' the Summer Alive".
Kleshay: Triodasyde Album. Their first single release was "Reasons" in 1997, produced by K-Gee Gordon(All Saints, Sugababes). Their second single "Rush" - written by Rodney Jerkins and produced by Steve Jervier and Paul Jervier (Take That) - hit the top 20 in the Official UK charts. The band consisted of cousins Alani Gibbon, Candy Cherry and Leah Charles (now Leah Charles-King) who is a TV Presenter and Producer. Kleshay enjoyed relative success which included a UK-wide club tour, as well as a UK arena tour whilst supporting Lionel Richie.
Mick Mashbir - Keepin The Vibe Alive (CD NEW)Label: Cd Baby. Com/IndysFormat: CDRelease Date: 03 Apr 2007No. of Discs: 1UPC: 837101318044Album Tracks1. Keepin the Vibe Alive4.
Album Notes it was a telegram. All I knew about telegrams was from the movies and they were usually bad news Much to my surprise it was from ALICE COOPER'S manager Shep Gordon, asking me to contact the office, "very urgent. I did, and I was told that they wanted me to play on the new album, within 5 days I found myself in First Class on my way to New York. This was for the BILLION DOLLAR BABIES album