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Pick A Number - Eli ;Paperboy; Reed - Come And Get It! (CD, Album)

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  1. Dogor
    Ever since the dawn of the electric guitar, white boys have sung the blues, some with considerably more success than others. Eli “Paperboy” Reed is part of that long tradition, but he stands apart from the pack as much as he belongs to it, due in large part to his age. Raised on CD reissues of classic blues and soul -- he was not even 10 when the first Complete Stax/Volt Singles box came 8/
  2. Jular
    Come And Get It Written-By – Eli Husock, Mike Montgomery*, Ryan Spraker: 6: Pick A Number Written-By – Eli Husock: 7: I Found You Out Written-By – Eli Husock: 8: Tell Me What I Wanna Hear Written-By – Eli Husock, Ryan Spraker: 9: Time Will Tell Written-By – Eli Husock, Ryan Spraker: You Can Run On /5(14).
  3. Kajinn
    Eli Paperboy Reed Come and Get It Review. Album. Released On his third album, the US soul singer Eli “Paperboy” Reed proves he isn’t just a high-octane performer strutting his.
  4. Tular
    Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about Eli "Paperboy" Reed - Come And Get It! at Discogs. Complete your Eli "Paperboy" Reed collection/5(74).
  5. JoJora
    May 10,  · Eli "Paperboy" Reed ‎– Come And Get It!. Label: Capitol Records ‎– 1 /5(30).
  6. Mikazahn
    Eli "Paperboy" Reed ‎– Come And Get It! + Instrumentals CD 2 Come And Get It! (Instrumentals) 1: Young Girl: 2: Name Calling: 3: Help Me: 4: Just Like Me: 5: Come And Get It: 6: Pick A Number: 7: I Found You Out: 8: Tell Me What I Wanna Hear: 9: Time Will Tell: You Can Run On: Pick Your Battles: Explosion.
  7. Nagor
    Essentially, 'Come and Get It!' is a solid "soul" album, more so than most `neo-soul' efforts. I appreciate and pat Eli "Paperboy" Reed for contributing so greatly to the preservation of true R&B music and more importantly soul. 4 stars/5(63).
  8. Kajar
    The single "Come And Get It" is a blast of sheer soulful exuberance, a paean to love, lust and desire, bursting with horns, pounding drums and that sweet, sweet Eli "Paperboy" Reed voice. It harks back to the 60's sounds of classic Motown and Stax good-time recordings; the kind of floor-filler that would tear up the dancehalls of the Northern /5(67).

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