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Talk To Me (Album Version) - Chico DeBarge - Talk To Me (Vinyl)


  1. By the end of the tour, El DeBarge was mainly called to handle the production of DeBarge's next album, Rhythm of the Night, without much help from his siblings. The DeBarge family had one more album, although El and Bobby weren't on the album. Bobby had died years after the album was released and El was working as a solo artist.
  2. about. Brother to the singing DeBarge family, Chico launched a promising solo career on Motown in the late '80s. Despite a hit single and a hit debut album, his career was sidelined by imprisonment on a .
  3. Tell me you love me, show me now You know, I really think you oughta Now is the time to let your love show Tell me now, let me know, yeah Girl, there's a lot to build our love on Don't delay, hurry I think I'll call her up Yeah, I'll call her up now Come on, I know you're home Answer, pick it up Talk to me, baby, converse with me now.
  4. Song information for Talk to Me - Chico DeBarge on AllMusic. We currently don't have any themes associated with this song. Would you like to contribute?
  5. Talk To Me (Album Version) Producer, Remix – Skip Drinkwater Remix – Paul Fox Written-By – F. Golde*, N. Mundy*, P. Fox* B2: If It Takes All Night Producer – Chico Debarge, Curtis Anthony Nolen Written-By – C. Debarge*, D. DeBarge* /5(17).
  6. Shop records for sale for album Talk to me by Chico Debarge on CDandLP in Vinyl and CD format.
  7. Talk to Me, a Single by Chico DeBarge. Released in on Motown (catalog no. MG; Vinyl 12"). Genres: Contemporary R&B, Synth Funk, Dance-Pop.
  8. Chico Debarge - Talk To Me - 12" Vinyl Single Product details. Vinyl; Number of Discs: 1; Label: Motown; ASIN: BVGOO8 TALK TO ME is sort of like the male version of Janet Jackson’s WHAT HAVE YOU DONE FOR ME LATELY. I bought this sight unheard back in and was not disappointed, and it still sounds great in its 12” version, even 5/5(1).
  9. DeBarge is one of those groups I'd grown up with, and heard many of their songs, on radio, or on various albums, but never knew much about. Just the same when I heard one of there songs, namely "All This Love' or "Rhythm Of The Night', or "Who's Holding Donna Now" which I'd played on the piano as a teenager, I always enjoyed it, but wondered who did all these songs/5(54).

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