Manford Best, I've Been Loving You
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    A1 I've Been Loving You

    A2 Lets Spend The Night Together

    A3 Turn The Lights Out

    A4 I Feel Like Dancing

    B1 Reconciliation

    B2 Sweet Loving

    B3 Someone Has Taken Her Away

    B4 Lets Spend The Night Together (Inst.)


    Originally released in: 1980

    * A funk album with African touch that could not have been more typical for the 80s

    * For fans of Rolling Stones, Prince, Rick James

    * Filled to the last groove with catchy tunes that feature awesome harmonies

    * An original affair for fans of groovy Nigerian 80s pop funk

    * Excellent sound and performance by high class professional musicians

    * First ever rerelease on vinyl and CD

    * Fully licensed

    * Remastered audio

    * LP housed in a superheavy 430g art carton cover

    * CD housed in a beautiul digipak

    * Ultimate collectors item for fans of classic 80s pop funk

    ‘I’ve Been Loving You’ sees Manford Best finally laying the ghosts of The Wings to rest and emerge as a serious player in the glittering new world of Afro boogie. Recorded in London, with Nigerian super producer, Jake Sollo, at the desk, it is a highly polished collection of disco classics, guaranteed to fill any dance floor in the world. The title track gets the party started with an irresistible bass line and chirpy horn section. Written by Best while he was still in The Wings, the song is unrecognisable from the one that topped the Nigerian charts in 1973. ‘Let’s Spend The Night Together’ has a groove that suggests Manford has the dance floor on his mind, not the bedroom. ‘I Feel Like Dancing’, written by Jake Sollo and featuring the vocals of Nigerian diva, Pat Henry, is sophisticated and sexy and a stone cold classic of the era. ‘I’ve Been Loving You’ is an extraordinary metamorphosis. Manford Best, the rough and ready guitarist from the back blocks of eastern Nigeria, emerges as a glittering ‘disco’ butterfly, ready to strut the dance floors of London ‘ and the world.