From the forthcoming JMJ/RAL/Columbia release: Runs In The Fam-Lee 47367. All tracks: - Recorded & mixed at Chung King Studios, NYC. - Mastered at Masterdisk, NYC. All tracks published by: 111 Posse Music, In. B. Walk Music, Inc. (ASCAP). Manufactured by Columbia Records.
Their single "Feel It" was the first single released on the label in 1990. The group's debut and only album, Kickin' Afrolistics, was released on JMJ Records on August 14, 1990. All music on the album was produced by David Reeves, better known as Davy DMX, and Jason Mizell. The material for the second album was recorded, but it was never released. In 1991, Jay signed Fam-Lee, which included four brothers by the name of: Berkley, Anthony, Keef and Coree Pearyer from Plainfield, New Jersey. Their late uncle, Glen Goins, was a member of the Bootsy's Rubber Band and P-Funk. In 1991, four singles were released, which included videos: "You're The One For Me", "Love Me", "Always On My Mind" and "Runs In The Fam-Lee". The single "Runs In The Fam-Lee" also features a remix that was produced by the producer. 1991: Fam-Lee – "Always On My Mind".
Always on My Mind" is a love song by Johnny Christopher, Mark James, and Wayne Carson first recorded by . Thomas in 1970, and first released by Gwen McCrae (as "You Were Always on My Mind") in 1972. Brenda Lee also released a version in 1972. The song has been a crossover hit, charting in both the country and western and pop categories.
Brenda Lee. Always on My Mind. Producer: Owen Bradley. Contributed by Mr. Gumbs (66,260. Report wrong information or missing video. Songs that sampled Brenda Lee's Always on My Mind: Always on My Mind/Metal Chix by Erlend Øye and Skatebård (2004). Dopefiend by Afroman (2000). Always on My Mind by Elvis Presley (1972). Always on My Mind by Pet Shop Boys (1987)
Always on My Mind is a 1982 album by country singer Willie Nelson. It was the Billboard number one country album of the year for 1982, and stayed 253 weeks on the Billboard Top Country Albums charts, peaking at number one for a total of 22 weeks, as well as spending 99 weeks on the Billboard 200 for all albums, peaking at number two for 3 weeks. 1 Background and Recording The rest of the album was constituted by adult-contemporary and pop standards, such as "Do Right Woman, Do Right Man" and Paul Simon's "Bridge Over Troubled Water", as well as re-recordings of his own songs including "Permanently Lonely" (originally recorded for 1969's Good Times LP) and "The Party's Over" (originally recorded for The Party's Over released.
Produced by Brenda Lee. Album Always On My Mind. Always On My Mind Lyrics. Maybe I didn't love you Quite as often as I could have Maybe I didn't treat you Quite as good as I should have If I made you feel second best Girl, I'm sorry I have tried. Always on my Mind by Johnny Christopher, Mark James and Wayne Carson appears on the 1982 Willie Nelson album of the same name. This song won Country Music Association’s Song of the Year and Single of the Year awards as well as the Grammy Awards for Best Male Country Vocal Performance, Best Country Song, Song of the Year in 1982, and is in CMT’s 500 Greatest Country Songs. This song is included in the Country Genius – Male and Female Perspectives on Love and Sex. It shows how difficult it is for some men to show their true feelings, and to understand what a woman wants from a man.
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Style: pop. Album year: 2010. Derek Ryan - The Banks of My Own Lovely Lee 02:56. Derek Ryan - Crying 03:29. Derek Ryan - In The Ghetto 02:53. Derek Ryan - And I Love You So 03:57. Derek Ryan - Always On My Mind 03:52. Derek Ryan - Cycles 03:25. Derek Ryan - On The Street Where You Live 02:11. Derek Ryan - Surrender 03:32. Derek Ryan - You're Still You 03:21.