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The Other Side of the Rainbow (album)

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The Other Side of the Rainbow is the twelfth album by singer Melba Moore
Melba Moore
Beatrice Melba Smith , known by her stage name, Melba Moore is an American disco, R&B singer and actress. She is the daughter of saxophonist Teddy Hill and R&B singer Bonnie Davis.-Early life:...

, released in 1982. This was released on Capitol Records
Capitol Records
Capitol Records is a major United States based record label, formerly located in Los Angeles, but operating in New York City as part of Capitol Music Group. Its former headquarters building, the Capitol Tower, is a major landmark near the corner of Hollywood and Vine...

 proper. It also featured her hit "Love's Comin' At Ya
Love's Comin' At Ya
"Love's Comin' At Ya" is a dance-pop, funk and post-disco song recorded and released by singer Melba Moore, in 1982. Originally released on EMI America initially, it was also the first single released off her Capitol Records debut album, The Other Side of the Rainbow...

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Track listing

  1. "Love's Comin' At Ya
    Love's Comin' At Ya
    "Love's Comin' At Ya" is a dance-pop, funk and post-disco song recorded and released by singer Melba Moore, in 1982. Originally released on EMI America initially, it was also the first single released off her Capitol Records debut album, The Other Side of the Rainbow...

    " (Paul Lawrence Jones III)
  2. "Underlove" (Kashif
    Kashif
    Kashif is an Arabic word, commonly used as a male given name in the Muslim world. Its meaning is close to the English words 'revealer', 'discoverer', 'uncoverer' or 'pioneer'....

    )
  3. "Mind Up Tonight" (Lillo Thomas
    Lillo Thomas
    Lillo Thomas. , is an American former Olympic-qualifying athlete and later a soul musician. He reached the peak of his success as a recording artist in the 1980s. His most famous songs include "Sexy Girl" and "I'm in Love."-Career:Prior to his recording career he was on the U.S. track and field team...

    )
  4. "Knack for Me" (Paul Lawrence Jones III)
  5. "How's Love Been Treatin' You" (Lotti Golden
    Lotti Golden
    Lotti Golden is an American singer-songwriter, record producer and poet. A cult icon of the late 1960s, Golden is best known for her 1969 debut album, Motor-Cycle on Atlantic Records which "captured women's liberation and motorcycle soul in one psychedelic swoop."Winner of the ASCAP Pop Award for...

    )
  6. "Don't Go Away" (Scott A. White III)
  7. "I Can't Help Myself (Sugar Pie, Honey Bunch)" (Eddie Holland, Lamont Dozier
    Lamont Dozier
    Lamont Herbert Dozier is an American songwriter and record producer, born in Detroit, Michigan. Dozier has either co-written or produced several US Billboard #1 hits.-Career:...

    , Brian Holland
    Brian Holland
    Brian Holland is an American songwriter and record producer, best known as a member of Holland–Dozier–Holland. That songwriting and production team that was responsible for much of the Motown sound and numerous hit records by artists such as Martha and the Vandellas, The Supremes, The Four Tops,...

    )
  8. "The Other Side of the Rainbow" (L. Cole, V. Stovall)