|A1||Sugar Pie Guy (Small Slice)||4:27|
|A2||Sugar Pie Guy (International)||7:52|
|B1||Sugar Pie Guy (Club Mix)
Mixed By – T. Scott*
|B2||Sugar Pie Guy (Instrumental)||7:35|
|76193||The Joneses||Sugar Pie Guy (7", Single)||Mercury||76193||US||1982|
|MERX 138 DJ||The Joneses||Sugar Pie Guy (12", Promo)||Mercury||MERX 138 DJ||UK||1983|
|422-810 309-1||The Joneses||Sugar Pie Guy (12")||Mercury||422-810 309-1||US||1983|
|MERX 138||The Joneses||Sugar Pie Guy (12")||Mercury||MERX 138||UK||1983|
Watch the video for Sugar Pie Guy from The Joneses's The Best Of Disco Funk (Disco Nights Vo. ) for free, and see the artwork, lyrics and similar artists. The Best Of Disco Funk (Disco Nights Vo. ).
The Joneses will forever be remembered for the super-crossover hit Sugar Pie Guy, which probably overshadows everything they ever did. However, what it masks is a band that endured nearly two decades to bring a consistently high quality of sounds for our pleasure. And during that tenure, they released two excellent LPs, Keeping Up With The Joneses (1974) and The Joneses (1977) The Joneses. For their first album, Keeping Up With The Joneses (1974), Sylvester Brooks departed and Harold Taylor was reunited with the Joneses as their prominent baritone lead. Their first single, Baby Don’t Do It, was released in 1973 sporting their trademark doo wop intro, and was another Detroit Emeralds influenced shuffler.
On this page you can not listen to mp3 music free or download album or mp3 track to your PC, phone or tablet. All materials are provided for educational purposes. Released at: This album was released on the label Mercury (catalog number 6167 018). This album was released in 1974 year. UK. Format of the release is.
Album: Disco Nights, Volume 2: The Best of Disco Funk. Heyo! SONGLYRICS just got interactive. Sugar pie guy don't tell no lies) Come on now baby. Sugar pie guy don't tell no lies) I'm not gonna lie. (Sugar pie guy don't you tell no lies, to me) Yeah! Woah, ohhh!.