Howard Johnson - Doin’ It My Way (CD, Album)

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  1. The reason why I gave it 2 stars isn't because the songs. The songs are great! But the recording process SUCKS! Whoever did the processing did a terrible job. The way technology is today, there's NO EXCUSE to make older recordings sounds like old cassette tapes on CD's. The album is great song wise, but the remastering could be ALOT better/5(7).
  2. Howard Johnson's songs: Listen to songs by Howard Johnson on Myspace, ALBUM. DATE. TIME. PLAYS. You Gotta Have Freedom. Howard Johnson. Arrival. Come Along Doin' It My Way. 3. Let This Dream Be Real. Howard Johnson. Doin' It My Way.
  3. Nov 11,  · Keepin' Love New So Glad You're My Lady Say You Wanna Forever Falling In Love So Fine Take Me Through The Night This is Heaven Jam Song You can order this album at.
  4. Exact Audio Copy V beta 3 from August EAC extraction logfile from December , Howard Johnson / Doin' It My Way Used drive: TSSTcorpCDDVDW SH-SC Adapter: 4 ID: 0.
  5. AllMusic Review by Alex Henderson [+] With his second album, Doin' It My Way, Howard Johnson did the unexpected; instead of working with Kashif and his associates again, the Florida R&B singer hooked up with the Mic Murphy / David Frank team.
  6. The Long awaited first album form howard jhonson finally on CD! Released in 82' on am/Universal Records featuring the hitsingles 'so fine', 'say you wanna', 'keepin love new' produced by kashif, paul lawrence jones, morrie. Bertus. /5(37).
  7. Howard Johnson Album: Doin' It My Way Share page: Overview Credits Comments Listen. Have This Want This. Album Info (This Release) VISITOR RATING RELEASE DATE LABEL LABELCODE MEDIUM GENRE SUBMIT CORRECTIONS. A&M LP VINYL ( / 11) Change Version Add Version. Total Visits This Week. Releases. Label Cat# Country.
  8. Jun 17,  · Produced by David Frank and Mic Murphy of The System fame, the first album, Doin It My Way, features Howard's then state-of-the-art, sexy, stunning remake of "Much Too Much," originally recorded by obscure soul-boogie Sass, an NYC-based session group that pre-dated the System by a few months, featuring Mic on vocals, David producing, and even LaLa on keyboards/5(38).

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