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Thread started 06/14/17 2:37am

JabarR74

Miami Sound Machine & Gloria Estefan

Any fans of Gloria, Emilio and the rest of MSM?

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Reply #1 posted 06/14/17 7:05am

ginusher

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I like their singles okay, but was never tempted to buy a studio album (just a singles compilation). My favourite of theirs is ,'Can't Stay Away From You':
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I don't want your rhythm without your rhyme
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Reply #2 posted 06/14/17 7:07am

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Loved a few of their songs over the years. A few of the top of my head. biggrin

Body to Body

Ay,Ay I

Dr Beat

Eyes of Innocence

Falling in Love (Uh-Oh) my fav

Give It Up

Movies

Hear My Voice

Primitive Love
Prisoner of Love

Rytham is Going to Get You

Surrender Paradise

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Reply #3 posted 06/14/17 11:42am

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A few favorites with The Miami Sound Machine: Conga, Dr. Beat, Betcha Say That, Falling In Love (Uh Oh) Surrender

Gloria Estefan solo: Don't Wanna Lose You, You'll Be Mine (Party Time) (Love To Infinity remix) Cherchez La Femme, the entire Gloria! album

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Reply #4 posted 06/14/17 5:10pm

MickyDolenz

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If a person can't get in a vehicle and actually do it, then it shouldn't be filmed. ~ John Schneider on CGI car stunts
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Reply #5 posted 06/14/17 6:04pm

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I know gloria, so always call me Lil'Eddie Murphy or used to ask always ask me along with her corny husband "Where is your brother K-Ci" from Jodeci & K-Ci & Jojo group. But my mom them grew up with them as her neighbors. My mom and my auntie KK used to hangout with around 1976 and they all went to University of Miami. Emilio from my personal experience was always nice and joking around. I haven't seen both since like 1999. Pray they are doing well, not a fan of hers because she's like long distance family. IF you stay in Miami we rarely get star struck by our home based celebs or celebrities period.

Prince during his time down in Miami was able to be a regular human, so was Sylvester Stallone, Will and Jada, Martin have a loft here, Eddie Murphy have a high-rise where his daughter was staying while dating pleasure p, John Travolta have a beach house and his main house near Tampa. It's more celebs in Miami than you all think. Wish we had a large Studio like Paramount here and Tyler Perry Studious. Miami isn't as bad as some think. I love Aventura area and used to have a high-rise apartment right across from Aventura Mall.


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Reply #6 posted 06/14/17 6:07pm

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Reply #7 posted 06/14/17 7:22pm

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I love them worship here are some of my fav jams music Dr. Beat (1984)

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Reply #8 posted 06/14/17 7:24pm

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Rhythm Is Gonna Get You (1985) boogie

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Reply #9 posted 06/14/17 7:27pm

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Bad Boy (1986)

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Reply #10 posted 06/14/17 7:29pm

Goddess4Real

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1-2-3 (1987)

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Reply #11 posted 06/14/17 7:31pm

Goddess4Real

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Get On Your Feet (1989)

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Reply #12 posted 06/14/17 7:35pm

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From the classic Top Gun Soundtrack (1986) Hot Summer Nights biggrin

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Reply #13 posted 06/14/17 7:38pm

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From The Specialist Soundtrack (1994) Turn The Beat Around

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Reply #14 posted 06/14/17 7:44pm

Goddess4Real

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Finally the inspirational comeback from that terrible tour bus accident that broke her back and nearly killed her Gloria Estefan - Coming Out Of The Dark (The AMA's 1991) performance, what a legend worship

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Reply #15 posted 06/15/17 11:54am

MickyDolenz

It's called show business for a reason. It’s 90% business and 10% show. ~ Johnnie Taylor
If a person can't get in a vehicle and actually do it, then it shouldn't be filmed. ~ John Schneider on CGI car stunts
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Reply #16 posted 06/15/17 11:57am

MickyDolenz

It's called show business for a reason. It’s 90% business and 10% show. ~ Johnnie Taylor
If a person can't get in a vehicle and actually do it, then it shouldn't be filmed. ~ John Schneider on CGI car stunts
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Reply #17 posted 06/15/17 12:10pm

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One of my guilty pleasures!

As a child, my family and I lived in Miami (Cutler Bay). Her sound meant as much to the Miami music scene as Prince's meant to Minneapolis. Miami radio was dominated by her music as well as the music of Madonna, Prince, Billy Ocean, Michael Jackson, etc in the time I lived there (1983-1989). The success of Gloria Estefan and the MSM always struck me as heavily regional because when we moved to Atlanta, there music was NEVER on the radio. No top 40 stations, no dance, nothing. Don't know if anyone else can vouch for that observation, but its what I experienced.

Favorite song is "Rythym is gonna get you" and I liked some her solo work to. She had a protege (Jon Secada) that blew up for a minute, then kind of vanished. Anyone know what happened to him?

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Reply #18 posted 06/15/17 1:31pm

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I love them. I dont have the albums but their singles were great!

Download all the shit hop that you can for your kids, neices, nephews, and their friends also. That will prevent them from going out and buying it and will prevent some shit hop sales. Every little bit helps - Andy
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Reply #19 posted 06/15/17 7:23pm

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Reply #20 posted 06/15/17 9:59pm

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COMPUTERBLUE1984 said:

One of my guilty pleasures!

As a child, my family and I lived in Miami (Cutler Bay). Her sound meant as much to the Miami music scene as Prince's meant to Minneapolis. Miami radio was dominated by her music as well as the music of Madonna, Prince, Billy Ocean, Michael Jackson, etc in the time I lived there (1983-1989). The success of Gloria Estefan and the MSM always struck me as heavily regional because when we moved to Atlanta, there music was NEVER on the radio. No top 40 stations, no dance, nothing. Don't know if anyone else can vouch for that observation, but its what I experienced.

Favorite song is "Rythym is gonna get you" and I liked some her solo work to. She had a protege (Jon Secada) that blew up for a minute, then kind of vanished. Anyone know what happened to him?

Here is what he has been up to http://jonsecada.com/bio/ I also remember that song that Gloria sang background vocals on, called Just Another Day (1992), what a great song.

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Reply #21 posted 06/17/17 8:08am

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Goddess4Real said:



COMPUTERBLUE1984 said:


One of my guilty pleasures!



As a child, my family and I lived in Miami (Cutler Bay). Her sound meant as much to the Miami music scene as Prince's meant to Minneapolis. Miami radio was dominated by her music as well as the music of Madonna, Prince, Billy Ocean, Michael Jackson, etc in the time I lived there (1983-1989). The success of Gloria Estefan and the MSM always struck me as heavily regional because when we moved to Atlanta, there music was NEVER on the radio. No top 40 stations, no dance, nothing. Don't know if anyone else can vouch for that observation, but its what I experienced.



Favorite song is "Rythym is gonna get you" and I liked some her solo work to. She had a protege (Jon Secada) that blew up for a minute, then kind of vanished. Anyone know what happened to him?




Here is what he has been up to http://jonsecada.com/bio/ I also remember that song that Gloria sang background vocals on, called Just Another Day (1992), what a great song.






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Reply #22 posted 06/17/17 11:11am

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I LOOOOOOOOOVE Anything For You - I've loved it since my childhood, and I love it to this day! smile WHERE IS IT ABOVE?? WHERE??? smile

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Reply #23 posted 06/17/17 11:13pm

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domainator2010 said:

I LOOOOOOOOOVE Anything For You - I've loved it since my childhood, and I love it to this day! smile WHERE IS IT ABOVE?? WHERE??? smile

Ah yes another great song biggrin Gloria Estefan & Miami Sound Machine - Anything for You (1987)

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Reply #24 posted 06/18/17 11:54am

MickyDolenz

It's called show business for a reason. It’s 90% business and 10% show. ~ Johnnie Taylor
If a person can't get in a vehicle and actually do it, then it shouldn't be filmed. ~ John Schneider on CGI car stunts
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Reply #25 posted 06/18/17 12:03pm

MickyDolenz

It's called show business for a reason. It’s 90% business and 10% show. ~ Johnnie Taylor
If a person can't get in a vehicle and actually do it, then it shouldn't be filmed. ~ John Schneider on CGI car stunts
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Reply #26 posted 06/19/17 8:28am

JabarR74

Even Diddy and Ma$e sampled a little of Bad Boy, check it out.

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