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Tonight's the Nite - The Original


Download links and information about Tonight's the Nite - The Original by Sly!, The Wicked, Slick. This album was released in 1999 and it belongs to Hip Hop/R&B, Soul genres. It contains 13 tracks with total duration of 48:01 minutes.

Artist: Sly!, The Wicked, Slick
Release date: 1999
Genre: Hip Hop/R&B, Soul
Tracks: 13
Duration: 48:01
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No. Title Length
1. Tonight's the Nite (Original Version) 3:19
2. I'm Without a Girl 3:19
3. It's Too Late for Love 4:01
4. Not On the Outside 4:04
5. In the Morning 3:28
6. There'll Come a Time 3:41
7. I Ain't Got to Love Nobody Else 3:36
8. Sitting In the Park 4:20
9. Me and You (You and I) 4:05
10. I'll Make It Easy 3:18
11. This Can't Be True 3:35
12. I'm Still Here 4:27
13. We're Sly Slick & Wicked...Wicked 2:48



Three years after releasing Confessin' a Feeling, Sly, Slick & Wicked (SSW) returns with more moldy oldies. The mundane title track "Tonight's the Nite," dropped in 1976, and features Sonny Daye (a.k.a. Thomas Hawkins) and Ron Crowder. Freddie Davis' satiny falsetto sounds fresh on "Not on the Outside" (Moments), and "This Can't Be True Girl" (Eddie Holman). Founding member Larry Lewis leads "Me and You (You and I)," an obscure Younghearts recording, and "I'm Still Here." SSW perform two Marvelows' songs: "I'm Without a Girl," and the harmonious "When the Morning Comes" the LP's best track. Smoldering versions of Betty Everett's "There'll Come a Time," Billy Stewart's "Sitting In the Park" and the Incredibles' sobbing "I'll Make It Easy" are first class pleasers.