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Ready For The World - Oh Sheila Album

Ready For The World - Oh Sheila Album

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Performer: Ready For The World
Title: Oh Sheila
Country: UK
Released: 1985
Style: Synth-pop, Funk
Category: Electronic / Soul - Funk
Rating: 4.5
Catalog #: MCAX 1005
Label: MCA Records

Tracklist

1Oh Sheila (Luis Mix)
Engineer [Remix] – Graham DicksonRemix – John Morales
4:00
2Oh Sheila (Extended M&M Mix)
Engineer [Remix] – Graham DicksonRemix – John Morales
6:36
3Oh Sheila (Extended M&M Dub)
Engineer [Remix] – Graham DicksonRemix – John Morales
4:20
4I'm The One Who Loves You
Engineer [Remix] – Taavi MoteRemix – Louil SIlas Jr.
3:44


Versions

CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
MCA-23572Ready For The World Oh Sheila ‎(12")MCA RecordsMCA-23572US1985
MCA-52636Ready For The World Oh Sheila ‎(7", Promo)MCA RecordsMCA-52636US1985
S 258 913-7Ready For The World Oh Sheila ‎(7", Promo)MCA RecordsS 258 913-7Spain1985
258 895-0Ready For The World Oh Sheila ‎(12", pre)MCA Records258 895-0Germany1985
25 8913-7Ready For The World Oh Sheila ‎(7", Single)MCA Records25 8913-7France1985


Credits

  • Mastered ByNoel Summerville
  • ProducerReady For The World
  • Written-ByG. Valentine (tracks: A, B1, B2), G. Strozier, G. Potts (tracks: B3), M. Riley Jr.


Notes

Original versions available on the MCA LP 'Ready For The World' MCF(C) 3298


Barcodes

  • Barcode (Scanned): 5011781100501


Album

Oh Sheila - Ready For The World. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. Music video by Ready For The World performing Oh Sheila. C 1985 Geffen Records ReadyForTheWorld OhSheila Vevo. Oh Sheila is a 1985 single by Ready for the World. The song went to number one on the Billboard Hot 100, the Hot Black Singles and the Hot Dance Club Play charts. It was the first of two chart toppers for the band on the Billboard R&B chart, preceding their 1986 number-one R&B hit, Love You Down. The song is commonly misattributed to Prince, due to similarity to his vocal and musical style, as well as the belief that the song's lyrics allude to frequent Prince collaborator Sheila E. Watch the video for Oh Sheila from Ready For The World's Ready For The World for free, and see the artwork, lyrics and similar artists. Named after a lyric from a song from their debut album called Ceramic Girl, They had a modest underground hit in Detroit and Flint with their first single Tonight, which was helped by airplay on the Detroit ra read more. The group consists of vocalist Melvin Riley with Gordon Strozier, David Sparks, Gregory Potts, Willie Triplett, John Eaton, and Gerald Valentine. Here is some background information on Read read more. Songs in album Ready For The World - Oh Sheila Ready For The World's Greatest Hits 1993. Ready For The World - Oh Sheila. Ready For The World - Tonight. Ready For The World - Digital Display. Ready For The World - Deep Inside Your Love. Ready For The World - Long Time Coming. Ready For The World - Love You Down. Ready For The World - Mary Goes 'Round. Ready For The World - Slide Over. Ready For The World - My Girly. Ready For The World - G. Album 1993 12 Songs. Oh Sheila. for the World Ready for the World album. Ready for the World is the eponymous debut album from the Michigan-based band Ready for the World. It was self-produced by the band and released in September 17, 1985 by MCA Records. Of the nine songs appearing on the original album, a total of six were used as singles. The sexy lead track, Tonight, became a classic R&B hit which got the band signed in the first place. It bubbled under the Billboard Hot 100 at number 103. With Ready for the World, Melvin Riley, Gordon Strozier, Gerald Valentine. Ready for the World perform in the music video Oh Sheila from the album Ready for the World recorded for MCA Records. Ready for the World sings and dances on a theater stage with a band playing behind them. They sing in white suits and white shirts against a silver curtained background. This popping 1985 single was neither by Prince nor about his frequent collaborator Sheila E. although it reportedly fooled at least one of those people: Legend had it that when Oh Sheila, which bears a strong resemblance to the 1999 track Lady Cab Driver, came on the radio, Sheila asked Prince when he wrote it. I didn't, he replied. Miguel's first album was a slick collection of contemporary R&B, but he didn't earn critical attention until he concocted a Prince-like combo of guitar distortion and sex drive on his next release, Kaleidoscope Dream. Arch N Point epitomized his new phase, all coarse riffs and libido


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