Stop! In the Name of Love" is a 1965 song recorded by The Supremes for the Motown label. Written and produced by Motown's main production team Holland–Dozier–Holland, "Stop! In the Name of Love" held the number one position on the Billboard pop singles chart in the United States from March 27, 1965 through April 3, 1965, and reached the number-two position on the soul chart. Billboard named the song on their list of 100 Greatest Girl Group Songs of All Time.
Small Talk is the seventh album by Sly and the Family Stone, released by Epic/CBS Records in 1974. This album was the final LP to feature the original Family Stone, which broke up in January 1975. Small Talk's singles were "Time for Livin'" (the band's final Top 40 hit) and "Loose Booty", an up-tempo funk track which uses the names of Bible characters Shadrach, Meshach and Abednego as a chant.
Album · 2009 · 10 Songs. 10 Songs, 46 Minutes. Stop In The Name Of Love Jean Terrell. Listen on Apple Music.
Stop In The Name Of Love Small Talk (US). In the Name of Love (Valentine's Remix) Patreeya. In the Name of Love (FL Discolution Remix) Alcazar. In the Name of Love (FL Wings of Love Remix) Alcazar. In the Name of Love (Tocadisco Remix) Mephisto feat. In the Name of Love (A1 Bassline Remix) Mephisto feat.
The Minutes (stylised as the minutes) is the eighth studio album by English singer-songwriter Alison Moyet, released on 3 May 2013 by Cooking Vinyl. It is the first album of new material released since 2007's The Turn, and a marked return to her electronic roots.
People love to talk about themselves, so be a great listener, says Cawley. That person will usually sense you’re at a loss and volunteer their name. Cawley cleverly passes the buck: I say the name of the person I do know and then say to her, ‘I’ll put you in charge of the introduction. 9. Defuse Unpleasant Situations. For every group of lovely people you meet at a party, there’s bound to be a lemon.
Love Rollercoaster" - Ohio Players Hot 100 Peak: No. 1 for one week (1976). After struggling for 15 years, the group scored a No. 1 hit in 1975 with "Fire," from their first album for Mercury. The follow-up LP, "Honey," yielded a single, "Sweet Sticky Thing," that stalled at No. 33. It was the second single, "Love Rollercoaster," that returned the group to pole position. Four months after he was No. 1 on the Hot 100 with "Laughter in the Rain," Neil Sedaka was back on top, as a songwriter, thanks to Captain and Tennille's cover of a song A&M's Kip Cohen heard on the "Sedaka's Back" album. 23. "Roses Are Red (My Love)" - Bobby Vinton Hot 100 Peak: No. 1 for four weeks (1962).
Small talk questions. We’re all far more focused on and critical of ourselves than anyone else in the room. You might be cringing for days after you mess up someone’s name or crack a joke that falls flat, but chances are, every other person will forget within two minutes. Next time you’re worried about a specific faux pas, remind yourself it’s nowhere near as big a deal as you think.
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|MCA 687||Small Talk||Stop In The Name Of Love (7", Single)||MCA Records||MCA 687||UK||1981|
|MCA-51122||Small Talk||Stop In The Name Of Love (7", Single)||MCA Records||MCA-51122||US||1982|