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Songs to Invoke Love 3

Episode 33
Songs to Invoke Love 3

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  • Love

    "7" is the ninth studio album by British soul and R&B singer-songwriter Seal. The album was released on November 6, 2015 by Warner Bros. Records, and it features the track "Love".

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  • Love, Oh Love

    "Back to Front" is the first compilation album by American singer Lionel Richie. It contains songs from both his successful solo career and as part of the band the Commodores. The album includes the previously unreleased track "Love, Oh Love".

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  • Lovin' It

    "Lovin' It" is a track performed by Ariana Grande on her debut album, "Yours Truly". The track features a sample of "Real Love", performed by Mary J. Blige, along with production by Babyface, Antonio Dixon, The Rascals, and Rickey "Slikk Muzik" Offord.

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  • Tears

    "Tears" is a track performed by Force M.D.'s. The track is featured on their album "Love Letters" (1984).

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  • Tender Love

    "Tender Love" is a song by Force M.D.'s. Written by Jimmy Jam and Terry Lewis, the song peak at number 4 on the R&B charts. It also became a crossover hit, cracking the top ten on the Billboard Hot 100 in the spring of 1986.

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  • Share With Me

    "Share With Me" is a track performed by Chris Jasper, from his 2016 album of the same name. Jasper was a member of The Isley Brothers (1973-1983) and Isley-Jasper-Isley (1984-1987).

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  • I Love You

    "I Love You" is a track performed by Chris Jasper, from his 2016 album titled "Share With Me". Jasper was a member of The Isley Brothers (1973-1983) and Isley-Jasper-Isley (1984-1987).

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  • Father's Love

    Bob Carlisle performed with several bands, most notably Allies and Billy Thermal, before launching a solo career, where he received a Grammy Award and four Dove Awards. The track "Father's Love" is featured on his album "Stories From the Heart" (1998).

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