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The Best Of - One Way Feat. Al Hudson & Alicia Meyers

  • CD
  • 1996
  • Mca
  • Disco 70-80


1. Cutie Pie
2. Lady You Are
3. You Can Do It
4. I Want To Thank You
5. Mr. Groove
6. Something In The Past
7. Pop It
8. Don'T Think About It
9. Appreciation
10. Push
11. If You Play Your Cards Right
12. Pull Fancy Dancer/Pull, Pt. 1
13. You Better Quit
14. You Get The Best From Me (Say, Say, Say)


Recorded Between 1976 And 1987.
Includes Liner Notes By David Nathan.Audio Remixers: Taavi Mote; Louis Silas, Jr.Liner Note Author: David Nathan.Arranger: KevinMccord.Originally, One Way Came Out As Al Hudson <(>&<)> The Soul Partners And Recorded A Few Interesting, But Unsuccessful Albums For Abc Records. They Were Then, And Are Now, A Self-Contained Act, Though The Original Name Suggests A Standup Vocal Group. Essentially, Midwest Wonders, They Never Crossed Over, And Never Got As Big As Predicted On The R<(>&<)>B Circuit, Despite Having A Devastating Live Act. They Should Have Added Their Bassist/Falsetto Tenor, Kevin Mccord To The Title; He Contributes As Much As Hudson <(>&<)> Myers, If Not More.This Best Of Compilation Ignores Their Al Hudson <(>&<)> The Soul Partner Days, And Is Top Heavy With Upbeat Jams. Like An Even Handed Boxer, One Way Could Deliver A Lethal Blow With Either Hand, Being Equally As Proficient On Fast Tunes Or Ballads. The Slow Jams Take A Back Seat To Upbeat Cookers, But Mca Did Include "Something In The Past," And The Love Happy "Lady You Are" One Way'S Jams Had The Juice Of A Live Electrical Wire: "Mr. Groove," "You Can Do It," "Pop It," And "Pull Fancy Dancer Pull" Represents Disco At Its Best.
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