8 thoughts on “ If Only You - Harriet* - Woman To Man (CD) ”

  1. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Woman To Man on Discogs/5(3).
  2. Harriet - Woman To Man / EastWest / Track listing 1. Temple of Love 2. Magic Bed 3. Takes a Little Time 4. Only the Lonely/Good Girl 5. Woman to Man 6. Temple of Love (Tuff Stuff) 7. Fool Am I 8. Live and Learn 9. If Only You Deep Rippin' It Up Wish Epilogue4/5(14).
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  4. Feb 12,  · - Woman to Man by Harriet () - huigatippiegrimbu.miibartnamursificarfihejetocom.co Music. Skip to main content Hello, Sign in. Account & Lists Sign in Account & Lists Returns & Orders. Try Prime Cart. CDs & Vinyl Go Search Hello Select 4/5(14).
  5. It's always frustrating when an artist who shows some promise fails to take off commercially. Such was the case with Harriet, an obscure but decent R&B singer who debuted with Woman To huigatippiegrimbu.miibartnamursificarfihejetocom.co the production is sleek and high-tech, Harriet's singing is gritty, spunky and rough-edged. It's also soulful and earthy, and her sincerity comes through whether she's getting into a funky grind on 6/
  6. Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about Harriet* - Woman To Man at Discogs. Complete your Harriet* collection/5(13).
  7. Woman To Man Engineer – Mark Stent Producer, Mixed By – Duncan Bridgeman Written-By – Roberts*, Franglen* B1: Fool Am I Producer – Mark Smith, Nick Tesco* Written By – Torch Written-By – Roberts* B2: Live & Learn Producer – Mark Smith, Nick Tesco* Written By – Purse Written-By – Roberts* B3: If Only You/5(4).
  8. Jan 26,  · Harriet - Woman To Man () The lone album from gorgeous singer/songwriter Harriet Roberts is best described as tech-soul with a touch of jazz. It emerged during the height of acts like Soul II Soul and Lisa Stansfield, when labels were scrambling for soulful female vocals over pop-soul beats.

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