пятница, 21 января 2011 г.

ANITA WARD - (1979) RING MY BELL




ANITA WARD - (1979) RING MY BELL

Artist:Anita Ward
Album:Ring my bell
Year:1979
Genre:Disco
Country:U.S.A
Format/Quality: WAV | CUE | LOG | Covers
Source: Internet
Size: 294 MB (+3%)
Download: Rapidshare

TRACKLIST

1.I'm ready for the love
2.Curtains go up
3.This must be love
4.Ring my bell
5.Sweet splendour
6.There's no doubt about it
7.You lied
8.Make believe lovers
9.If i could feel that old feeling again
10.Spoiled by your love
11.I won't stop loving you

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Anita Ward (born December 20, 1956, Memphis, Tennessee) is an American singer and musician. She is best known for her 1979 million selling chart-topper, "Ring My Bell".

Before signing a recording contract, Ward obtained a degree in psychology from Rust College in Holly Springs, Mississippi, and had become a schoolteacher. While recording her debut album, record label owner Frederick Knight presented her with a song he had written the previous year for Stacy Lattisaw. Ward did not like the song, but Knight insisted that a dance track was needed to capitalize on the current disco trend, and Ward relented. The song, which was originally a juvenile targeted tune about teens talking on the telephone, was rewritten with more 'adult' lyrics(it is about the clitoris), and the result was the single "Ring My Bell". The single reached number one in Canada, the United States, and the United Kingdom in 1979.[2] Disputes with Frederick Knight, a car accident, and the fading appeal of disco music halted Ward's career, and she came to be regarded as a one-hit wonder. Only one other single of hers made the Billboard Hot 100 chart in the U.S., "Don't Drop My Love," which halted at #87.

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