The Brothers Johnson Strawberry Letter 23. Red magic satin playing near too. About strawberry letter 23 strawberry letter 23 is a 1971 song written and composed by shuggie otis from his 1971 album freedom flight.
Issued in plain white sleeve with custom sticker. This is a cover of shuggie otis‘ cult classic, “strawberry letter 23,” from 1971’s freedom flight. Rainbows and waterfalls run through my mind.
This Is A Cover Of Shuggie Otis‘ Cult Classic, “Strawberry Letter 23,” From 1971’S Freedom Flight.
Strawberry letter 23 ( 7, single) a&m records. Red magic satin playing near too. Strawberry letter 23 kept the momentum going for the brothers johnson, who first teamed up with quincy jones to perform on jones' 1975 album mellow madness.jones produced their debut album, look out for #1, which went platinum and contained the hit i'll be good to you.the album earned them a grammy nomination for best new artist, but they lost to starland vocal.
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Listen to strawberry letter 23 by the brothers johnson, 1,043,384 shazams, featuring on '70s soul essentials, and pop hits: Rainbows and waterfalls run through my mind. More over the the brothers.
Issued In Plain White Sleeve With Custom Sticker.
A song the brothers johnson liked so much that one of them went down the aisle to the original, struck gold in 1977. No replies log in to reply Strawberry letter 23 ( 7, single) a&m records.
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The brothers split up in 1982 and louis later formed a bass academy… the did reunite for a tour in 2002. Strawberry letter 23 (disco version) / get the funk out ma face (disco version) ( 12, 45 rpm, stereo, red translucent, santa maria pressing) a&m records. It is best known by the 1977 cover version recorded by the brothers johnson and produced by quincy jones.
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According to several sources, george. The brothers johnson), i'll be good to you and more. Strawberry letter 23 is a song written by shuggie otis, although known most prominently by the version done by the brothers johnson.