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Red Bandit Featuring Ricky Bell - Please Dont Cry (Vinyl)

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9 Responses to Red Bandit Featuring Ricky Bell - Please Dont Cry (Vinyl)

  1. Kagagor says:
    Other recordings featuring Bell’s vocals include Red Bandit’s single “Please Don’t Cry,” backup vocals on “Pretty Little Girl” from Bobby Brown’s album, and, with Ralph Tresvant, on LL Cool J’s song “Candy.”.
  2. Vojind says:
    RICKIE & HALLMARKS. joanie don't you cry / wherever you are. VG Very Good A used, reasonable copy. Format: Red Bandit Featuring Ricky Bell - Please Don't Cry (12", Promo) $ + $ shipping. We package and ship our vinyl records with the greatest care, using extra-thick packaging to ensure that your rare and collectible vinyl Seller Rating: % positive.
  3. Zujas says:
    Explore releases from Ricky Bell at Discogs. Shop for Vinyl, CDs and more from Ricky Bell at the Discogs Marketplace.
  4. Sazshura says:
    Soul, Neo-Soul and R&B for Grown Folks.
  5. Shakak says:
    My first major release on Motown was the Album “Cool Lover Boy” with the hit single and video “Please don’t cry” featuring Ricky Bell of New Edition and Bell Biv Devoe. In Red Title: Senior Asset Manager at .
  6. Kall says:
    Please Don't Cry Artist Red Bandit featuring Ricky Bell Director Unknown; no director specified Label Unknown; no label specified Year Theme / Concept Unknown; no theme / concept specified Video YouTube Please Don't Cry Red Bandit Feat. Ricky Bell - "Please Don't Cry"Artist: Red Bandit featuring Ricky Bell.
  7. Samukazahn says:
    Red Bandit veteran Recording Artist in signed to Motown Records. Bandit's first major release was the the Album “Cool Lover Boy” with the HIT Single and Video “Please don’t cry” featuring Ricky Bell of New Edition and Bell Biv Devoe.
  8. Kerisar says:
    View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Cool Lover Boy on Discogs.
  9. Kigrel says:
    Featuring a strong hook sung by the song’s producer, Dr Freeze, alongside samples of Stansfield’s hit, it became a cult item on British and USA radio. When an album emerged it offered two sides to Red Bandit’s craft, the sensitive lover mode embodied by the title track, and a ‘dance’ side, the former featuring additional accompaniment.

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