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Post by Kirsche on Wed Nov 18, 2009 8:36 am

Hi everybody!

I zapped through the TV and I stopped at MTV and watched "Criss Angel's Mindfreak" It was that episode where he hypnotised people at a pool and he told them to take their clothes off and they did it!

I watched the credits of this episode very clearly with hope to find something and there it was! I almost missed cause it was so fast...

At the very end of the credits! Three words: LOVE LIVES FOREVER!

I was so excited about that. I just typed in the word in google and the first page I got was this from Wikipedia

ove Lives Forever

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Love Lives ForeverStudio album by Minnie RipertonReleasedGenreLengthLabelProducerProfessional reviewsMinnie Riperton chronology
Criss Angel's Mindfreak! Lovelivesforever
October 18, 1980
Soul, R&B
Richard Rudolph, Johnny Pate

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(1979)</td><td style="padding: 0.2em 0.1em; width: 33%;">Love Lives Forever
(1980)</td><td style="padding: 0.2em 0pt 0.2em 0.1em; width: 33%;">The Best of Minnie Riperton
Love Lives Forever is the sixth and final studio album by American soul singer Minnie Riperton. Released posthumously, it was co-produced by her husband Richard Rudolph and released on her then-label Capitol Records.
It consists of unused vocal sessions, put in music and vocally
completed by artists she admired or with whom she shared her musical
style. Even though most of the selections are set in a midtempo rhythm,
they have a calming effect.
This album was the first of its kind, in that all of Minnie's vocals
were stripped from their earlier, original music tracks and completely
redone. Complete with new musicians, vocalists and arrangements.
Producer Quincy Jones described this difficult project best as "keeping
the bridge, but moving the water."
The song "Here We Go" was released as a single and hit the top
twenty. The single peaked at 14 on the Billboard R&B charts in as
many weeks. The second release was "Give Me Time." Not as successful as
its predecessor, it still has the untarnished texture for which
Riperton's vocals were known and features Stevie Wonder on harmonica.
The back cover contains a quote about Riperton of each artist who participated, and their signature (being a thumbprint for Stevie Wonder).
Wonder's quote inspired the album title. Stevie, being a very close
friend of Minnie, wrote these lines for her: "I miss you because I
cannot touch you...but then again, I guess that I can because you're
touching me...so, Love lives forever."




[edit] Track listing

  1. "Here We Go" (Minnie Riperton, Richard Rudolph, Arthur Phillips) – 6:12

<li>"I'm in Love Again" (Riperton, Rudolph) – 4:05

</li><li>"Strange Affair" (Riperton, Rudolph, Marlo Henderson) – 8:55

</li><li>"Island in the Sun" (Riperton, Rudolph) – 4:45

  • Tom Scott – tenor sax solo

</li><li>"Give Me Time" (Leonard Caston, Lila Hurtado) – 4:25

</li><li>"You Take My Breath Away" (Riperton, Rudolph, Randy Waldman) – 4:35

</li><li>"The Song of Life (La-La-La)" (Riperton, Rudolph, Caston, Weider) – 4:10


[edit] Additional personnel

Just for Info...

But I really think, that Criss Angel is related to this whole thing with MJ....
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