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Faith, Hope & Charity - Life Goes On flac album
Title:
Life Goes On
Style:
Soul, Disco
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FLAC album size:
1179 mb
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Rating:
4.6 ✪

Complete your Faith, Hope & Charity collection. It hit n. 4 on the Disco Singles in America. None of the singles or album made it to the pop listings. Bonus tracks: These are essential for this release. David Todd, a dj remixed four of the tunes from here a few months after this came out, which didn't really affect sales, despite their high quality.

Artist: Faith, Hope & Charity, Song: Life Goes On, Duration: 6:29, File type: mp3. №563334689. Faith, Hope & Charity We Can Change the World. Faith, Hope & Charity Life Goes On. (play). Faith, Hope & Charity Mellow Me.

10 - Life Goes O. lac. 06 - Cherish - Monday Monday. 04 - Positive Thinking. 08 - Just Wanted To Say I Love Yo.

Faith, Hope and Charity or Faith, Hope and Love may refer to: The three theological virtues of faith, hope, and charity or love. Saints Faith, Hope and Charity, 2nd-century Christian martyrs and daughters of Saint Sophia. Faith Hope and Charity (US band), a 1970s disco act. Faith Hope & Charity (Girl group), a 1990s British group. Faith, Hope and Charity, nickname for the Hal Far Fighter Flight Gloster Gladiator fighter planes based on Malta in 1940.

You're My Peace of Mind, 09:37.

FAITH, HOPE & CHARITY - Disco Dan (1975) Bobby & Steve, Matt Early feat. Faith, Hope & Charity Come Back And Finish What You Started. play) (pause) (download) (fb) (vk) (tw).

Faith, Hope & Charity Life Goes On. Faith, Hope & Charity I Was There. Faith, Hope & Charity To Each His Own (That's My Philosophy). Faith, Hope & Charity Positive Thinking. Faith, Hope and Charity Come Thou Almighty King (Instrumental). Faith, Hope & Charity Cherish, Monday Monday.

Faith Hope and Charity (US band). Faith Hope and Charity was the name of a vocal group from Tampa, Florida. They are best known for their 1975 hit, "To Each His Own". They were also an in-demand group of session singers in New York studios during the 1970s. Founding members of the group were Zulema Cusseaux, Brenda Hilliard and Al Bailey.

Artist: Faith, Hope & Charity. Album: Life Goes On. Release year: 2014. Life Goes On: Best 2 songs. Faith, Hope & Charity - You've Gotta Tell Her 04:18. Faith, Hope & Charity - Cherish, Monday Monday 04:52. Faith, Hope & Charity: best 2 tracks. Faith, Hope & Charity - Who Could Love You More Than I Heavy Love, 1972 02:10. Faith, Hope & Charity - You've Gotta Tell Her Life Goes On, 2014 04:18. Artist: Faith, Hope & Charity.

Tracklist Hide Credits

1 Life Goes On
Written-By – Van McCoy
6:31
2 Gradually
Written-By – Charles H. Kipps, Jr.*
4:11
3 I Want A Man
Written-By – Van McCoy
5:15
4 Positive Thinking
Written-By – Van McCoy
5:01
5 You're My Peace Of Mind
Written-By – Van McCoy
7:24
6 Cherish / Monday Monday (Medley)
Written-By [Cherish] – T. Kirkman*Written-By [Monday Monday] – J. Phillips*
4:55
7 You've Gotta Tell Her
Written-By – Van McCoy
4:18
8 Just Wanted To Say I Love You
Written-By – Van McCoy
3:25
9 A Time For Celebration
Written-By – Van McCoy
3:58
Bonus Tracks
10 Life Goes On (12" Version)
Written-By – Van McCoy
6:09
11 You're My Peace Of Mind (12" Version)
Written-By – Van McCoy
9:39
12 Gradually (12" Version)
Written-By – Charles H. Kipps, Jr.*
7:48
13 Positive Thinking (12" Version)
Written-By – Van McCoy
7:54

Companies, etc.

  • Copyright (c) – Real Gone Music
  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – RCA Records
  • Manufactured By – Real Gone Music
  • Recorded At – Mediasound
  • Mastered At – Battery Studios, New York

Credits

  • Art Direction – Dick Smith
  • Backing Vocals – Zulema (tracks: 3, 7)
  • Bass – Gordon Edwards
  • Drums – "Bad" Steve Gadd*
  • Engineer [Recording, Mxing] – Alan Varner
  • Guitar – David Spinozza, Hugh McCracken
  • Keyboards – L. Leon Pendarvis*, Richard Tee
  • Liner Notes – David Nathan
  • Mastered By – Jose Rodriguez*
  • Other [Fashions] – Franklin Hokett
  • Percussion – Errol Bennett*
  • Photography By – Nick Sangiamo
  • Producer, Arranged By, Conductor – Van McCoy
  • Remastered By – Vic Anesini
  • Soloist, Harmonica – Hugh McCracken
  • Vibraphone [Vibes] – George Devens
  • Vocals [Faith, Hope & Charity] – Albert Bailey, Brenda Hilliard, Destry*

Notes

Tracks 1-9 originally released on RCA APL-1-1827.
Tracks 10-11 originally released on RCA single PD 10950 in 1976.
Tracks 12-13 originally released on RCA promo single DJL1-2272 in 1976.

- Richard Tee & Gordon Edwards appear courtesy of Warner Bros. Records
- David Spinozza appears courtesy of A&M Records

Produced for McCoy-Kipps Productions, Inc.

Track durations are not indicated on release. Timings are taken from PC media player.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 8 48064 00295 6

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
APL1-1827 Faith, Hope & Charity Life Goes On ‎(LP, Album) RCA Victor APL1-1827 US 1976
APL1-1827 Faith, Hope & Charity Life Goes On ‎(LP, Album) RCA Victor APL1-1827 Jamaica 1976
APL1-1827, APL1 1827 Faith, Hope & Charity Life Goes On ‎(LP, Album) RCA Victor, RCA Victor APL1-1827, APL1 1827 Italy 1976
APS1-1827 Faith, Hope & Charity Life Goes On ‎(8-Trk, Album) RCA Victor APS1-1827 US 1976
RS 1069 Faith, Hope & Charity Life Goes On ‎(LP, Album) RCA Victor RS 1069 UK 1976


Reviews:
  • Adoranin
An easy Google search will tell you all about Faith, Hope and Charity. As the proteges of Van McCoy, one of the greatest soul and disco music producers of all time (sadly departed from a heart attack in 1979), they released four albums. The second, a self titled lp had a big hit: "To Each His Own", which crossed over to pop and would also become a big club hit. Brenda, Destry and Albert made up the group and were a great example of mid 70's enthusiasm with a dolloping of strings and soulful vocals. To see this album released on cd is a thrill.It opens with "Life Goes On", the title track which has a moody intro that Van called a "live spiral", which features as the intro/outro to several of it's tracks. The track is a life affirming tune which acknowledges that life can be a bitch, but...yeah life goes on. "Gradually" is up next and is as sweet a soul disco tune as one could ever hope for, full of Van's trademark string flourishes and lots of "oohs"...very soulful. "I Want A Man" is one of the slower tunes on here, and it's nice. Nothing mindblowing, but a pleasant tune. "Positive Thinking" which would have ended side one of the lp, is another example of Van's insistence on positive vibes and messages, and it's a beauty , and also lyrically. It's the next track that probably made this lp the most noticeable: "You're My Peace Of Mind" is stunning, full of rhythm, great vocals, instrumentation, it's a disco classic that deserved much higher than it's paltry R & B placing (83). "Cherish/Monday Monday" follows and it is a beauty. Although at first dubious about a cover version, this one is so drenched in strings and gorgeous harmonies, one cannot help but be hooked on it. The horns, the strings, it's a stunner. "You've Gotta Tell Her", a ballad-esque number follows and it's alright. Nothing mind blowing but nice enough. Albert Bailey takes the lead on "Just Wanted To Say I Love You", an upbeat soul number that is pretty cool. And finally, 'A Time For Celebration" which featured the Choice Four ("Come Down To Earth") ends the original lp, celebrating the American Bicentennial (200 yrs in 1976), and although as Vince Aletti wrote in his fabulous disco bible "The DIsco Files", is patriotic, it's a song that sticks in my head and the vocals and strings add up to a groovy number...almost Brady Bunch happy. It hit no.14 on the Disco Singles in America. None of the singles or album made it to the pop listings.Bonus tracks:These are essential for this release. David Todd, a dj remixed four of the tunes from here a few months after this came out, which didn't really affect sales, despite their high quality. The extra percussion and piano breakdowns on "Gradually", "Positive THinking" and "You're my Peace.." are stunning. The running times are extensive though not as long as the company that put it out stated (Real Gone Music), but these are mild indiscretions compared to the beauty of what we are dished up. David Nathan, esteemed soul editor wrote the liner notes and they are accurate and interesting. The original cover is retained. This disc is a must for any fan of Van McCoy, sweet 70s soul and disco and one can only hope the label will reissue Van's own disco era works ("Rhythms of the World", "Disco Baby", Disco Kid", etc!)