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  1. Carol Douglas - The Carol Douglas Album - Carol Douglas - I Got Your Body-Got Ya Where I Want Ya (France 12'') () [24bit Vinyl Rip] Top Labels and Collections ›.
  2. Dec 24,  · Carol Douglas - My simple heart () 12" vinyl - Duration: Carol Douglas - Got Ya Where I Want Ya - Duration: Herecomes Mongo 7, Carol Douglas - I Got Your Body - .
  3. Vol.1 77 Min. of Stank! Nothin but Funk and Boogie strictly recorded from Vinyl. Available soon at every Local Funkfreaks Party in Frankfurt. Be mine Tonight Tavaers - I want you Back Collage - Money in your pocket Carol Douglas - Got Ya Where I Want Ya (Instrumental) Love Club - Hot Summer Nights Sunfire - Shake your Body
  4. “I Got Your Body”/”Got Ya Where I Want Ya” was a single taken from Carol Douglas sixth album “I Got Your Body”. In the US the album was renamed “Love Zone” which became her last studio album to date. SIDE A: I Got Your Body Mixed By – Mark Berry Producer – Eddie O’Loughlin Producer, Mixed By, Arranged By – Andy.
  5. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of I Got Your Body / Got Ya Where I Want Ya on Discogs. Label: Carrere - • Format: Vinyl 12 Carol Douglas - I Got Your Body / Got Ya Where I Want Ya (, Vinyl) | Discogs/5(4).
  6. Comprar Discos LP Vinilos de música Funk, Soul y Black Music. Carol douglas ‎– i got your body sello: savoir faire records ‎– , carrere ‎– formato: lp. Lote
  7. Her last album to date 'I Got Your Body', renamed 'Love Zone' in the US and Canada, was released in including her latest four 12" singles from to "My Simple Heart", "You're Not So Hot", "I Got Your Body" and "Got Ya Where I Want Ya". The cut .
  8. Kerr – Back at ya Brenda Taylor – You can’t have your cake and eat it too Mark Fisher – Love situation The Conway Brothers – Turn it up Keith Patrick – Night to remember The Givins family – I’m still waiting Lemelle – You got something .
  9. Carol Douglas About this Ebony queen of girl-group soul In , Douglas was recruited by Midland International Records via an ad in Showbiz magazine: label vice president/record producer Eddie O'Loughlin had heard the UK hit single "Doctor's Orders" by Sunny and was seeking a female vocalist to cut the track for the U.S. market.

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