The Best of One Way: Al Hudson & Alicia Myers
Download links and information about The Best of One Way: Al Hudson & Alicia Myers by ONE WAY. This album was released in 1996 and it belongs to Hip Hop/R&B, Soul, Rock genres. It contains 13 tracks with total duration of 01:03:57 minutes.
|Genre:||Hip Hop/R&B, Soul, Rock|
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|1.||Lady You Are||5:25|
|2.||You Can Do It (featuring Al Hudson & The Partners)||3:33|
|3.||I Want to Thank You (featuring Alicia Myers)||3:49|
|5.||Something in the Past||6:14|
|6.||Pop It (Single Edit)||4:06|
|7.||Don't Think About It (Radio)||5:43|
|8.||Appreciation (featuring Alicia Myers)||5:11|
|9.||Push (Single Edit)||3:53|
|10.||If You Play Your Cards Right (featuring Alicia Myers)||6:01|
|11.||Pull Fancy Dancer/Pull, Pt. 1||3:02|
|12.||You Better Quit||4:13|
|13.||You Get the Best from Me (Say, Say, Say) (featuring Alicia Myers)||8:02|
Originally, One Way came out as Al Hudson & the Soul Partners and recorded a few interesting, but unsuccessful albums for ABC Records. They were then, and are now, a self-contained act, though the original name suggests a standup vocal group. Essentially, Midwest wonders, they never crossed over, and never got as big as predicted on the R&B circuit, despite having a devastating live act. They should have added their bassist/falsetto tenor, Kevin McCord to the title; he contributes as much as Hudson & Myers, if not more.
This best of compilation ignores their Al Hudson & the Soul Partner days, and is top heavy with upbeat jams. Like an even handed boxer, One Way could deliver a lethal blow with either hand, being equally as proficient on fast tunes or ballads. The slow jams take a back seat to upbeat cookers, but MCA did include "Something In the Past," and the love happy "Lady You Are" One Way's jams had the juice of a live electrical wire: "Mr. Groove," "You Can Do It," "Pop It," and "Pull Fancy Dancer Pull" represents disco at its best.