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Move on
Vicki Sue Robinson
Move on
Genres: Dance & Electronic, Pop


CD Details

All Artists: Vicki Sue Robinson
Title: Move on
Members Wishing: 0
Total Copies: 0
Label: Groovilicious / S.R.
Original Release Date: 9/7/1999
Release Date: 9/7/1999
Genres: Dance & Electronic, Pop
Styles: Disco, Dance Pop, By Decade, 1970s
Number of Discs: 1
SwapaCD Credits: 1
UPC: 732183708724

CD Reviews

Fantastic song from a TRUE DIVA!!!!
sshoneck | Branford, CT USA | 08/29/2000
(5 out of 5 stars)

"One of the original,ultimate divas of dance came back with this incredible song with her powerful voice sounding just as it did in the 1970's. "Move On" is an inspiration!! Although, I was sad to hear of her passing in April, I'm sure the heavens are filled with her music and love."
A legends final session
Vicki's biggest fan | wilton manors, fl United States | 01/24/2006
(5 out of 5 stars)

"Released just 7 months before succumbing to cancer the Grammy nominated voice behind the classic "Turn the Beat Around" could not have aged better. Vicki is in fine form here - with a haunting lyric that, with her passing, holds more reverence and meaning. Many believed that this was a one hit wonder, but Robinson managed to release music-a lot of it- from 1976 forward. Nothing took off as strong as "Turn" in terms of pop acceptance, but she remained a vital dance floor diva for 20 years. Her follow-ups to her Grammy nominated debut ("Daylight" the Bobby Womack classic and David Gates "Hold Tight") both went top 10 on the dance charts and scored mid pop positions on the charts. She reemerged with a stunning track for the film Nocturnal in 1979 "Nighttime Fantasy"( Billboard "rivoting"). It too scored on the dance chart and was well received by critics. "Hot Summer Night" "Admit It' "I Am Here and I'm Hot" "Summertime Fun" and "For Real" managed club time. She really scored with her remake of the Lulu classic "To Sir with Love" (#1 Australia) and released a riveting of cover the classic "Everlasting Love" shortly thereafter.She was a in demand backup vocalist working on Michael BOlton, Cyndi Luaper and Cher Lps. She stormed England years later soaring to the top of the charts with "House of Joy" (#1- Billboard A welcome return of a true club legend")). I flew to New York to see her star in her autobiographical "Behind the Beat" and both Vicki and her husband Bill were warm and neighborly in welcoming my addiction to that unduplicated voice. I will never forget Billboards review of her follow-up to her debut that exclaimed "What puts Robinson ahead of the rest of the disco pack is the marvelous theatrical quality in her vocals- she is an actress of song." Years later that could not have been more evident than by the vocals on this - her final release."
Great CD. Tracks listing by Amazon are not correct!
John G. Zocco | Anaheim, California USA | 04/23/2004
(5 out of 5 stars)

"Vicki Sue Robinson was a great singer and performer. This is a great CD; actually a 3-track maxi-single, with three different versions of "Move On": 1. Radio Edit, 2. Main Event Mix & 3. Welcomes Relentless Drum Dub. All three versions are amazing! Her voice set the dance floor on fire and always will. I am still waiting for some record company who will release her discography on CD, 24-bit remastered. She deserved it!"