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Love Is Here and Now You're Gone

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Download links and information about Love Is Here and Now You're Gone by Tami Lynn. This album was released in 1972 and it belongs to Hip Hop/R&B, Soul genres. It contains 14 tracks with total duration of 39:49 minutes.

Artist: Tami Lynn
Release date: 1972
Genre: Hip Hop/R&B, Soul
Tracks: 14
Duration: 39:49
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Tracks

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No. Title Length
1. Monologue: Introduction to a Love Affair 1:07
2. Wings Upon Your Horn 4:45
3. Monologue: Hoping 0:53
4. Love Here and Now You're Gone 5:10
5. Monologue (Final Attempt) 0:53
6. Can't Last Much Longer 2:40
7. Monologue (The Next Time!) 0:14
8. That's Understanding 5:06
9. I'm Gonna Run Away from You 2:48
10. Ain't No Soul Left In These Shows 2:19
11. A World You Left Behind You 4:44
12. Never No More 2:52
13. Mojo Hannah 3:25
14. One More Night of Sin 2:53

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Lynn attempts to do what Margie Joseph did with "Stop in the Name of Love": tack a sassy monologue on the front of a Supremes hit and see if it flies. It didn't. Though it's a nice effort, it didn't cause any rumblings like Joseph's Fred Briggs production did. The album is consistently good, however, and one wonders why there isn't a CD compilation of Tamiya Lynn's recordings. Bert Berns' "I'm Gonna Run Away" is a tearjerker that's a big favorite in England with the Northern soul crowd; she gets funky on a Major Lance remake, "Ain't No Soul (Left In These Old Shoes)," and does a splendid "Mojo Hanna," originally done by Henry Lumpkin on Motown; Marvin Gaye also recorded the song about the New Orleans' roots woman, but the Ideals' rendition on Cortland Records is the best version for your money.