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Joe R. Lewis - Love Of My Own download album

  • Performer: Joe R. Lewis
  • Album: Love Of My Own
  • FLAC: 1165 mb | MP3: 1201 mb
  • Released: 2007
  • Country: US
  • Style: House
  • Rating: 4.6/5
  • Votes: 959
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Joe R. Lewis - Love Of My Own download album

Classic House from 1987 from Larry Heard & Joe Lewis. Dub Of My Own (Remix). Love Of My Own. Лицензиар. DeepMiningCorpAssoc (от лица компании "Clone Classic Cuts").

From the sought after "Pink Target" which was a collaboration between Larry Heard and Joe R Lewis

Black Joe Lewis is: Joseph Lewis Bill Stevenson Jason Frey Joe Woullard Mike Brinley Sam Powell Jordan Cook. PREMIERE: Watch the new music video for "No Rhyme or Reason" from our latest album 'The Difference Between Me & You'.

Lewis is a versatile artist, and has recorded songs in multiple genres. Lewis, in 1986, was one of the very first inductees into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, and, as of 2019, is the last surviving rock and roll pioneer of Sun Records (fellow Sun rock and roll colleagues such as Elvis Presley, Johnny Cash, Roy Orbison, and Carl Perkins, among others, are deceased. Some of his best known songs are "Great Balls of Fire", "Whole Lotta Shakin' Goin' On", and "High School Confidential". Teenage Letter" b/w "Seasons of My Heart" (non-album track with Linda Gail Lewis; later appeared on The Golden Cream of the Country).

I've Found Someone of My Own is the only album by The Free Movement and was released in 1972. It reached No. 26 on the US R&B album chart and No. 167 on the Billboard 200 chart. The album featured three singles: "I've Found Someone of My Own", which reached No. 5 on the Billboard Hot 100, "The Harder I Try (The Bluer I Get)", which reached No. 6 on the US adult contemporary chart, and "Love the One You're With" which did not chart. All songs written by Frank F. Robinson except where noted.

Joe R. Lewis - Lost In Tracks. 6. Daniel Bell - Elevate Special Projects 1.

Another Place Another Time kicked off Jerry Lee Lewis' career as a straight-ahead country singer, bringing him his first hit in nearly five years. Renewed success was a long time in coming, so it made perfect sense to follow it up with a record that pretty much mirrored its predecessor, right down to another fine Merle Haggard cover (this time, "Today I Started Loving You Again")

Joe Tex. Produced by Buddy Killen. Album The Love You Save. The Love You Save Lyrics. People, I've been misled And I've been afraid I've been hit in the head And left for dead I've been abused And I've been accused I've been refused a piece of bread. But I ain't never In my life before Seen so many love affairs Go wrong as I do today. I want you to STOP And find out what's wrong Get it right Or just leave love alone


A1 Love Of My Own (Album Version)
A2 Dub Of My Own (Rare 12" Mix)
B Love Mystery (Album Version)

Companies, etc.

  • Mastered At – National Sound Corporation


  • Producer [Uncredited] – Joe R. Lewis*


All release details and credits taken from the release with printed label ("Love Of My Own")

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Side A runout): BTN 002-A NSC
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B runout): BTN 002-B NSC

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
BP 3680 Joe Louis* The Love Of My Own ‎(12") Target Records BP 3680 US 1986
BTN 002 Joe R. Lewis* Love Of My Own ‎(12", Ltd, Unofficial, Blu) Booton Records BTN 002 US 2007
BTN 002 Joe R. Lewis* Love Of My Own ‎(12", Unofficial) Booton Records BTN 002 US 2007
C#CC34 DJ Joe Lewis* Love Of My Own EP ‎(3xFile, FLAC, EP, RE, RM) Clone Classic Cuts C#CC34 Netherlands 2019
C#CC034 DJ Joe Lewis* Love Of My Own EP ‎(12", EP, RE, RM) Clone Classic Cuts C#CC034 Netherlands 2018

The record that bares my name, Joe Lewis, (white label, unofficial release) on this page is a bootleg. I just couldn’t sit back and let this happen to you fine people. The Love of My Own, Dub Of My Own, and Love Mystery is written, produced, recorded, created, and all copyrights belongs to me, Joe Lewis – president C.E.O., and founder of Target Records Chicago.But, we regret to inform you that there is a guy here in Chicago that bootlegged one of our albums, used my name and our logo’s, and re-released it under his bootleg record label named ”booton records” without our knowledge or our written consent. Buyers beware!!! This bootleg copy is of poor quality and never should have been re-released in the first place, but it was thou, under false pretenses. I will never release or support music on a bootleg record label named, booton records, nor will I be or get behind it or will I be responsible for it, ever!! And this bootleg album should never be bought, ever! So now you have it, you can also help to spread the word all over the world. I will never do business with any of the parties that are involved on this page for doing this shady and unthinkable crime.On the other hand, the original album that was released on my record label in 1987 on “TARGET RECORDS” that bares the songs: The Love of My own, Dub of My Own, and Love Mystery, you should continue to buy and support to the fullest! If you have any questions regarding this or any other matter, don’t hesitate to email us directly at [email protected] we respond to all inquiries. A special note to the bootlegger, YOU JUST CAN’T HAVE IT YOUR WAY! All rights of the producer and of the owner of the work reproduced reserved. Unauthorized copying, hiring, lending, public performance and broadcasting of our record prohibited. We’re going to take this one for the team Chicago in court! NO JUSTICE!! NO PEACE!!
Joe Lewis is a Thief and a LIAR who stole tracks from Jamie Read . He has some nerve. READ THE TRUTH!:Jaime ReadProfile:Jaime Read first started listening to house music when his sister started bringing back tapes of the Shoom and Spectrum in 1988. Before then his influences where mainly electo, taping the shows of Mike Allen on capital radio. In 1991 he was lent an Ensoniq sq1+32, and made a few tunes (one of which Richie Hawtin wanted to release). He next hired some studio time from Justin David and made a few tunes there, some of which would later appear on basement 282 records under Joe Lewis's name. It was around this time that he met up with Insynch and Mysteron and started using their studio (the parlour), it was here that he recorded further tracks, some which would ended up on the album 'The End Of The Beginning' and some for an E.P. on Tenth Planet, It was also around this time that he recorded his E.P. for Ugly Music and the tunes that Joe Lewis would later steal and release as his own. During this time he was going out a lot in Brighton where he met Felix Dickinson who turned him on to a hell of a lot of music and they started djing together at The Joint (where they held a residency for 5 years). When Felix started Ugly Music with Tony Lee they naturally considered Jaime to be one of their main contributors. One night when Chicago 'producer' Joe R Lewis was D.J.ing at Tony's club night in Brighton they played him some of Jaime's forthcoming releases for Ugly. Joe was so impressed that he offered to release some of the tracks on his label Target. Jaime was star struck and Felix and Tony didn't want to stand in the way of what seemed like a great opportunity for Jaime. Joe left with a D.A.T. load of music, which he then sold as his own for the next 10 years to labels such as Relief, Basement 282, and Peace Frog. Jaime continued producing music for Ugly Music and his own label Push to Shove, and also released a triple album for Fragmented in 1997 (Joe Lewis hasn't released anything other than Jaime's music since that night, which raises questions as to the ownership of the tracks he released prior to then). In 2000 when Felix moved to London to pursue his own production career, he called on old friend Jaime to start a new collaborative project. One of Jaime's aliases prior to this had been L.H.A.S. (Larry Heard Appreciation Society), and as a fellow admirer of Larry Heard's work Felix suggested the Society expand and they change the name to L.H.A.S. Inc. to give a further nod to the work Larry Heard did as Fingers Inc. (and to differentiate it from the solo work Jaime had done previously). Their first session together produced the song Reasons (that was recorded in 2 hours) which was sold along with the track Ports to Doc Martin's label Wax. This first release was soon followed by E.P.s for Eskimo and Felix's new label Cynic, as well as a track for the album Cynicism.
PEOPLE!Have a look at the notes on this...!:https://www.discogs.com/Joe-Lewis-The-Beginning-And-The-Ending/release/34130incredible! Joe R Lewis is the biggest scum on the world and i keep seeing him moaning about someone bootlegging his stuff...
Nothing personal
maybe look at yourself first before pointing the fingers at others ;)
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