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8 Replies to “ Too Busy Thinking About My Baby - The Manhattan Transfer - Tonin (Cassette, Album) ”

  1. Too Busy Thinking About My Baby = ハートがいっぱい: 7 – The Manhattan Transfer With Ruth Brown & B.B. King: The Thrill Is Gone = ザ・スリル・イズ・ゴーン: 8 – The Manhattan Transfer With Chaka Khan: Hot Fun In The Summertime = ホット・ファン・イン・ザ・サマータイム: .
  2. – The Manhattan Transfer With Laura Nyro: La-La Means I Love You: 6 – The Manhattan Transfer With Phil Collins: Too Busy Thinking About My Baby: 7 – The Manhattan Transfer With Ruth Brown And B.B. King: The Thrill Is Gone: 8 – The Manhattan Transfer With Chaka Khan: Hot Fun In The Summertime: 9 – The Manhattan.
  3. Don't you know I, I'm thinking about my baby I ain't got time for nothin' else Yeah the world could ever match her wealth, She's some kinda wonderful, Got heaven right here on earth 'Cause I'm just a fellow with a one track mind And when it comes to thinkin about Anything but my baby, I just don't have the time I'm too busy thinkin' about my.
  4. The Temptations originally released Too Busy Thinking About My Baby written by Barrett Strong, Janie Bradford and Norman Whitfield and The Temptations released it on the album Gettin' Ready in It was also covered by Anacostia, Top of the Pops, The Monitors, The Soulmates and other artists.
  5. – The Manhattan Transfer With Bette Midler: It's Gonna Take A Miracle: – The Manhattan Transfer With Smokey Robinson: I Second That Emotion: – The Manhattan Transfer With Laura Nyro: La-La Means I Love You: – The Manhattan Transfer With Phil Collins: Too Busy Thinking About My Baby: – The Manhattan Transfer With /5(32).
  6. About Too Busy Thinking About My Baby "Too Busy Thinking About My Baby" is a Motown song written by Norman Whitfield, Barrett Strong, and Janie Bradford. The song was first recorded by The Temptations as a track on their album Gettin' Ready. Eddie Kendricks sings lead on the recording, which was produced by Whitfield.
  7. In general, the songs that were recorded with the original artists are all listenable, but as a whole only the cover of the Marvin Gaye hit "Too Busy Thinking About My Baby" recorded with Phil Collins--which sounds like it would have been a top hit had it been released as a single--and the cover of the Delfonics hit "La-La Means I Love You /5(28).
  8. This compilation of Sixties standards is a mixed bag for me; some songs retain the "feel" of the originals, others I don't care for. In general, the songs that were recorded with the original artists are all listenable, but as a whole only the cover of the Marvin Gaye hit "Too Busy Thinking About My Baby" recorded with Phil Collins--which sounds like it would have been a top hit had it been /5(41).

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