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Hold On To What You Got - Various - Body Heat - The Soul Era Vol.2

   07.05.2020  10 Comments

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  1. The Egyptians taught that the heart was the seat of the soul. The ancient Hindus according to the teachings of the Veda, believe that the soul is located in the heart. The Aztecs had also said the heart is the seat of the soul; and they would often tear the heart out of sacrificial victims as soul .
  2. Soul can be a symphony and appeal to the higher nature of the human spirit. Just ask Isaac Hayes. Just ask Thom Bell. Just ask Richard Evans, Quincy Jones, Diana Ross, The Delfonics, Soulful Strings, Billy Paul and all the rest. Those that are still with us will tell you soul is a indie.tygojaskazizilzushura.infoinfo: Ian Mccann.
  3. Gordy Album Discography, Part 1 () by David Edwards, Mike Callahan and Patrice Eyries Last update: July 29, Gordy Records was a subsidiary of .
  4. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Juke Box Hits on Discogs.5/5(1).
  5. Jones’s solo recordings also gained acclaim, including Walking in Space, Gula Matari, Smackwater Jack, You’ve Got It Bad, Girl, Body Heat, Mellow Madness, and I Heard That!!. He is known for his tune “Soul Bossa Nova”, which originated on the Big Band Bossa Nova album.
  6. Oct 25,  · I'm a slender, white (really pale), young woman and I don't seem to retain body heat well. I get cold all the time but I hate wearing sweaters all the time too. I go to a school where the heat is not turned on too often. Anyone got any suggestions on how I can retain more body heat?
  7. Dec 27,  · Hate In Your Soul Lyrics: Tried to tell them niggas think outside the box / If young Metro don't trust you, I'm gon' shoot you / Got too many racks on me, can't fit in the wallet / Got too much.
  8. "Bodyheat" (sometimes spelled "Body Heat") is a song recorded by James Brown. It was released in as a two-part single on Polydor Records and also appeared on an album of the same name. It charted #13 R&B and #88 Pop. It was Brown's last song to appear on the Billboard Hot until "Living in America" in Genre: Disco, funk.

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