Download Ray Parker*, Power Source (2) - Whats You Doing To Me (Vinyl)


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  1. Unreleased 12" containing two different versions of "What's You Doing To Me", both are over 8 minutes. Note 1: "Ameraycan" (Ray Parker's Company & Studio) misspelled two times on the jacket and label: "Amerayian" and "Amerayain" Note 2: "Mic Jac & Ran Jac" written on side B label (It stands for: Michael Jackson & Randy Jackson)/5(3).
  2. Feb 17,  · b. 1 May in Detroit, Michigan. Singer, songwriter, guitarist and producer. Graduate of Northwestern High School in In the mid's, he was involved in Love Unlimited Orchestra with Barry formed the group Raydio in Do not confuse Ray Parker Jr. with Ray Parker who is a Canadian composer known for his soundtrack of 'Les Aventures De Tintin'.
  3. Apr 09,  · The Ray Parker Jr. podcast is a long form conversation with Ray's close friends, musicians, Actors, influencers and more! Ray's guest on this .
  4. Step 1: Identify The Record Version. Most albums have been released more than once, resulting in different release versions.. For example, Pink Floyd’s Dark Side of the Moon has been pressed at least times on vinyl. Some of these releases are worth hundreds of dollars.
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