Funky Celebration - Queen Samantha - The Best Of Queen Samantha - The Letter

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  1. Queen Samantha was a concept artist, in that no one vocalist actually was "Queen Samantha." Studio musician/writer/producer [Harry Chalkitis] was living in Paris and traveling in South Africa when he conceived the name "Queen Samantha" under which to produce disco music, but had no vocalist to represent the group, and eventually music, that he.
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  3. The Best of Queen Samantha: Letter (Disco), an album by Queen Samantha on Spotify We and our partners use cookies to personalize your experience, to show you ads based on your interests, and for measurement and analytics purposes.
  4. Jun 29,  · Queen Samantha was a s disco artist produced by the Parisian musician Harry Chalkitis. Gloria Brooks, a singer from Chicago, was the lead .
  5. The Best Of Queen Samantha: The Letter Download The Best Of Queen Samantha: The Letter by Queen Samantha at Juno Download. Listen to this and millions more tracks online.
  6. Queen Samantha's biggest hit was "Mama Rue". The single "Take a Chance" backed with "Sweet San Francisco" was released on TK Records and remixed by Steve Thompson and Michael Arato. Other charting singles include 's "Funky Celebration", 's "Give Me Action", and 's "Close Your Eyes" on California's Megatone folkmetal.kimurodugorethorgalen.infoinfo: Funk, disco.
  7. People’s Choice – You Ought to Be Dancin Peter Jacques Band – Counting On Love Peter Jacques Band – Is It It? Queen Samantha – Funky Celebration Ray Parker Jr & Raydio – Until The Morning Comes Ray Parker Jr & Raydio – It’s Time To Party Now Ray Parker Jr & Raydio – For Those Who Like To Groove

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