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Love Is Here and Now You're Gone


Download links and information about Love Is Here and Now You're Gone by Tami Lynn. This album was released in 1972 and it belongs to Hip Hop/R&B, Soul genres. It contains 14 tracks with total duration of 39:49 minutes.

Artist: Tami Lynn
Release date: 1972
Genre: Hip Hop/R&B, Soul
Tracks: 14
Duration: 39:49
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No. Title Length
1. Monologue: Introduction to a Love Affair 1:07
2. Wings Upon Your Horn 4:45
3. Monologue: Hoping 0:53
4. Love Here and Now You're Gone 5:10
5. Monologue (Final Attempt) 0:53
6. Can't Last Much Longer 2:40
7. Monologue (The Next Time!) 0:14
8. That's Understanding 5:06
9. I'm Gonna Run Away from You 2:48
10. Ain't No Soul Left In These Shows 2:19
11. A World You Left Behind You 4:44
12. Never No More 2:52
13. Mojo Hannah 3:25
14. One More Night of Sin 2:53



Lynn attempts to do what Margie Joseph did with "Stop in the Name of Love": tack a sassy monologue on the front of a Supremes hit and see if it flies. It didn't. Though it's a nice effort, it didn't cause any rumblings like Joseph's Fred Briggs production did. The album is consistently good, however, and one wonders why there isn't a CD compilation of Tamiya Lynn's recordings. Bert Berns' "I'm Gonna Run Away" is a tearjerker that's a big favorite in England with the Northern soul crowd; she gets funky on a Major Lance remake, "Ain't No Soul (Left In These Old Shoes)," and does a splendid "Mojo Hanna," originally done by Henry Lumpkin on Motown; Marvin Gaye also recorded the song about the New Orleans' roots woman, but the Ideals' rendition on Cortland Records is the best version for your money.