360 Degrees of Billy Paul by Released 1972 Recorded 1972 at,, Length 44: 45 (original LP) chronology (1971) 1971 360 Degrees of Billy Paul (1972) (1973) 1973 Professional ratings Review scores Source Rating B− Chris Wells Echoes (favorable) 360 Degrees of Billy Paul is an by soul singer. It was produced by and arranged by, Lenny Pakula and. Released in 1972, it includes the -winning number 1 pop and soul single ' and its follow-up ' which reached number 29 on the soul chart and number 79 on the pop chart. The album was expanded and remastered by for compact disc in 2012 with three bonus tracks, new liner notes by Andy Kellman, and new quotes from. The cell is cold as hell You'll never get use [ ] to the smell My bed is hard as wood I got to fight to keep my manhood -Lyrics from 'I'm Just a Prisoner' The LP's original liner notes were written by from Radio: 'A star is someone very special, talented, warm, human and personal and an outstanding performer.
Future Pinball Simpsons Download Game here. In the lineup of stars, Billy Paul was rejected because he is super warm, super human, super personal and a super performer; in short, Billy Paul is a super star. If you haven't discovered him yet, you will whenever you listen to this album, especially the selection 'Me and Mrs. Jones' - and don't forget I told you so.'