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Happiness Is All I Need - Z.Z. Hill - The Soul Stirring Z.Z. Hill (Vinyl, LP)

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  1. Happiness Is All I Need by Z Z HILL: Listen to songs by Z Z HILL on Myspace, a place where people come to connect, discover, and share.
  2. Only No More Doggin’ and The Kind Of Love I Want were omitted from The Soul Stirring Z.Z. Hill when it was released in Sadly, it was a familiar story with The Soul Stirring Z.Z. Hill failed to find an audience. Following the commercial failure of The Soul Stirring Z.Z. Hill, it was a year before the Texan soul man returned to the studio.
  3. Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about Z.Z. Hill - The Soul Stirring Z.Z. Hill at Discogs. Complete your Z.Z. Hill collection.4/5(5).
  4. A to Z Z to A Title: A to Z Z to A Label: A to Z Z to A Date: Old to new New to old (limited gram clear vinyl LP + insert + MP3 download code) Nawa Recordings. Cat: NAWA LPX. From the soul-stirring percussion and flute ballad of "Nanan" to the much more upbeat dusky post carnival sound of "Xango" or the ballroom swoons of "Logun.
  5. We need to get people thinking about these various parallel worlds(all different but related musically a bit)--Southern chitlin chircuit soul, Bettye Lavette's, Sharon Jones and the Daptone thing(big NY Times article), etc. Jones from the NY Times article.
  6. Happiness Is All I Need - Z Z Hill. Top Songs By Z Z Hill. TRACK. ARTIST. Nothing Can Change This Love. Nothing Can Change This Love. Z Z Hill. Z Z Hill. You Don't Love Me. You Don't Love Me. Z Z Hill. Z Z Hill. I Found Love. I Found Love. Z Z Hill. Z Z Hill. Have Mercy Someone. Have Mercy Someone. ZZ Hill. ZZ Hill.
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  8. Review: Two years ago, Nacional Records released "Look at My Soul", an album from funk-soul multi-instrumentalist and producer Adrian Quesada that featured a wealth of guest performers. Here the LA label revisits the project, offering up two of the album's most potent cuts on "45" for the very first time.

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