Chaka Khan - Naughty album FLAC
Naughty is the second solo album by American R&B/funk singer Chaka Khan, released on Warner Bros. Three singles were released from Naughty: the club hit "Clouds" (penned by Ashford & Simpson who also wrote Chaka's "I'm Every Woman").
Following the release of Naughty Khan reunited with Rufus for the recording of 1981's Camouflage. Her third solo album What Cha' Gonna Do For Me followed later that same year. Naughty finally saw a United States CD re-release in 1998 as part of the Warner Bros. Black Music Ol' Skool series.
Naughty (album), an album by Chaka Khan. Naughty" (song), a song by Elen Levon. Naughty" (song), a song by Havana Brown. Naughty Naughty is the third studio album by American singer Sinitta. The album contains pop covers of songs from the 1960s to the early 1980s. Two singles were released from this album.
Naughty presents the two in a more centered working relationship. The tough, Latinized rock/funk of "Too Much Love" has one of Khan's most visceral performances. For Naughty Khan also does one of the better versions of Aaron Schroeder and Jerry Ragovoy's "Move Me No Mountain" that's made even better by Anthony Jackson's steady bass and Steve Ferrone's tough drumming.
1980 studio album by Chaka Khan. most of Naughty represents Khan in a holding pattern, without much material to accommodate her widening range. That being said, Naughty is only a few songs away from being a bona fide classic. Three singles were released from Naughty: the club hit "Clouds" (penned by Ashford & Simpson who also wrote Chaka's "I'm Every Woman")
Consumer Guide Album. You have to concentrate to hear her outcomp Leon Pendarvis on "Clouds" or remold the melody of "So Naughty" or bop the funk on "All Night's All Right.
This is the discography of American R&B/soul singer Chaka Khan. It includes two songs that have reached the Top 40 of the Billboard Hot 100. One of those reached the top ten. She has placed four album in the top twenty of the Billboard Albums Chart. Khan released her first studio album in 1978 while she was still the lead singer of the R&B/funk band Rufus. She would continue to release albums with the group off and on until its dissolution in 1983
|A2||Get Ready, Get Set||3:41|
|A3||Move Me No Mountain||4:14|
|A4||Nothing's Gonna Take You Away||3:42|
|B1||Too Much Love||3:53|
|B2||All Night's All Right||4:24|
|B3||What You Did||3:57|
|B4||Papillon (Aka Hot Butterfly)||4:08|
|B5||Our Love's In Danger||3:35|
- Producer – Arif Mardin
NotesMade And Distributed by WEA Italiana S.p.A.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
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|BSK 3385||Chaka Khan||Naughty (LP, Album, Win)||Warner Bros. Records||BSK 3385||US||1980|
|A-201||Chaka Khan||Naughty (CD, Album, Unofficial)||Agat Company Ltd.||A-201||Russia||1999|
|BSK 3385||Chaka Khan||Naughty (LP, Album)||Warner Bros. Records||BSK 3385||New Zealand||1980|
|P-10821W||Chaka Khan||Naughty (LP, Album)||Warner Bros. Records||P-10821W||Japan||1980|
|WPCP-4538||Chaka Khan||Naughty (CD, Album, RE)||Warner Bros. Records||WPCP-4538||Japan||1991|