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9 thoughts on “ Oh No - Commodores - In The Pocket (8-Track Cartridge, Album)

  1. New Listing Commodores - In the Pocket () Vinyl LP • Lionel Richie, Lady,Oh No near mint. $ Genre: R&B & Soul. $ shipping. Style: Funk. Watch. Artist: Lionel Richie. 8-Track Cartridge Rock Music Formats. Recorded Music Wholesale Lots. Rock Music in Other Formats. KISS Music Action Figures.
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  3. Details about Vtg. Commodores 8-Track Tape (In The Pocket).. "Oh No" Lionel Ritchie Last AlbumSeller Rating: % positive.
  4. Listen free to Commodores – In The Pocket (Lady (You Bring Me Up), Saturday Night and more). 8 tracks (). In the Pocket is the ninth studio album by the Commodores, released by Motown Records in It is the last Commodores album to feature Lionel Richie, as he left the band to start a solo career the following year.
  5. Songs like "Lady (You Bring Me Up)" and "Why You Wanna Try Me" were cool, but let's be honest "Oh No"(penned by Mr. Richie) was the best song on here. All the other songs besides "Lucy", were done without Lionel in the studio, and to me, that told the story.
  6. IN THE POCKET was Lionel Richie's last album with the Commodores. By the time he exited the band in late , they had gone from being hard-core R&B funksters to masters of the pop power ballad, due to the overwhelming influence of Richie/5(17).
  7. Motown's series of Commodores two-fers paired Hot on the Tracks with In the Pocket and, in doing so, spanned a rather drastic breach in the group's evolution. Lionel Richie and company had recorded Hot on the Tracks just as they were hitting their stride in the mid-'70s, fresh off the burgeoning, yet still relatively modest, success of Caught in the Act and Movin' On.
  8. Find Commodores discography, albums and singles on AllMusic. Alabama R&B group whose dance tunes, along with Lionel Richie's love ballads, made them hitmakers of the late '70s and early '80s.

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