Complete your The . On The Rise (LP, Album, RE). Tabu Records, Tabu Records. TBU 450165 1. The .
Producer, Arranged By – Gene Dozier (tracks: 4 to 8, 10), Jimmy Jam & Terry Lewis (tracks: 1 to 3, 9, 11, 12), The . Band (tracks: 4 to 8, 10). Notes. This expanded album is packaged in a case-bound book containing newly authored liner notes and lyrics, along with additional remixes and alternate versions of singles originally released from the album.
Sticker on Front: Coloured 180-Gram Heavyweight Vinyl New 2014 Master Includes Free Download Card. Label Code: LC 13235. Other Versions (5 of 25) View All. Cat.
Producer, Arranged By – Gene Dozier (tracks: B1 to B5), Jimmy Jam & Terry Lewis (tracks: A1 to A3), The . Band (tracks: B2, B3). Saxophone – Billy Ellis. Saxophone, Flute – Willie "Sonny" Killebrew. Trumpet, Flugelhorn, Percussion, Lead Vocals – Abdul Raoof. Columbia, Carrollton Pressing per G1 etch in runouts.
On The Rise 3:30 07. Who’s Making Love 4:16 08. Steppin’ The Stones 3:23. Bonus Tracks: 09. For Your Love (Extended Version) 9:32 10. If You Want My Love (Extended Version) 4:59 11. Just Be Good To Me (Special Version) 8:53 12. Just Be Good To Me (Vocal Remix) 7:41.
On the Rise is the fourth album released by the R&B band The . Band on the Tabu label in July 1983. It was produced by Jimmy Jam and Terry Lewis and Gene Dozier. The album peaked at on the R&B albums chart. It also reached on the Billboard 200. The album yielded two Billboard R&B Top Ten singles, "Just Be Good to Me" and "Tell Me If You Still Care", each peaking at and respectively. Both singles also charted on the Billboard Hot 100, reaching and respectively.
After a strong start at the beginning of the 1980s, the . Band quickly hit that rut which is so sadly common among young bands needing a second shot of gold and, by 1983, they were teetering on the edge of an oncoming oblivion. Band found themselves firmly on the top of the charts and in the public eye.
Band & Gene Dozier. Everyday I can tell our love is growing stronger My blood runs hot When I think of what we've got And it's because we care for each other That the bad times have passed us by We're on the rise Can't you tell? We're moving up to love Can't you tell? We're moving up. We're on the rise! (We're on the rise, on the rise) We're on the rise! (We're on the rise, on the rise)
S Band - 8 Tracks - 42:19. Release date 03/01/1989. Tell Me If You Still Care. 2. Just Be Good To Me. 5. If You Want My Love. 7. Who's Making Love. 8. Steppin' The Stones. More Albums by The . View all. Best Of. Just The Way You Like It.
|A1||Tell Me If You Still Care||6:58|
|A2||Just Be Good To Me||9:03|
|A3||For Your Love||6:09|
|B1||I'm Not Runnin'||4:37|
|B2||If You Want My Love||4:20|
|B3||On The Rise||3:30|
|B4||Who's Making Love||4:16|
|B5||Steppin' The Stones||3:23|
- Producer – Gene Dozier (tracks: B1 to B5), Jimmy Jam & Terry Lewis (tracks: A1 to A3)
|FZ 38697||The S.O.S. Band||On The Rise (LP, Album, Car)||Tabu Records||FZ 38697||US||1983|
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|TAB 25476||The S.O.S. Band||On The Rise (LP, Album)||Epic||TAB 25476||Greece||1983|
|ELPS 4420, FZ 38697||The S.O.S. Band||On The Rise (LP, Album)||Epic, Tabu Records||ELPS 4420, FZ 38697||Australia||1983|
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