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"D" Train - You're The One For Me Album
Electronic / Soul
Performer: "D" Train
Title: You're The One For Me
Style: Disco
Year 1981
Country US
Label Prelude Records
Catalog Number PRL 8043-AS
Genre: Electronic / Soul
Rating: 4.7
Votes: 091
MP3 size: 1730 mb
FLAC size: 2761 mb
WMA size: 2356 mb
Record From: Vinyl, 7", 45 RPM, Promo

"D" Train - You're The One For Me Album


1You're The One For Me4:13
2You're The One For Me4:13


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
PRL D 621"D" Train You're The One For Me ‎(12")Prelude RecordsPRL D 621US1981
PRL D 621AS, PRL D 621BS"D" Train You're The One For Me ‎(12", S/Edition)Prelude Records, Prelude RecordsPRL D 621AS, PRL D 621BSUS1981
VIPX-1639D Train You're The One For Me ‎(7")Prelude RecordsVIPX-1639Japan1981
SPEC-1237, SPEC 1237"D" Train You're The One For Me ‎(12", RE)Prelude Records, Prelude RecordsSPEC-1237, SPEC 1237Canada1988
PRL D 621"D" Train You're The One For Me ‎(12", EDP)Prelude RecordsPRL D 621US1981


  • Mastered ByHerb Powers, Jr.
  • Mixed ByFrancois Kevorkian, Hubert Eaves III
  • Producer, Arranged ByHubert Eaves III
  • Written-ByH. Eaves III, J. Williams


US white label Promo double A-side press


You're the One For Me EP - D Train. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. D Train. You're The One For Me. Hubert Eaves, James Williams. SYML - SYML - Продолжительность: 46:48 SYMLMUSIC Recommended for you. D Train You're The One For Me 1981 Disco Purrfection. You're the One For Me is a song written by James D. Train Williams and Hubert Eaves III of D. Train, a New York based post-disco duo, released in 1981 by Prelude Records. You're the One for Me first charted on December 19, 1981, at number 53 on the Billboard dance singles chart. It was a number one dance hit for three weeks early in 1982. The single also made it to number thirteen on the soul singles chart. Later in 1982, You're the One for Me along with the track, Keep On, would peak at 2. Songs in album D-Train - You're The One For Me 1982. D-Train - You're The One For Me. D-Train - Walk On By. D-Train - Tryin' To Get Over. Some of the most memorable and fresh-sounding R&B of the early to mid-'80s came from D Train, a group that had one foot in soul music and the other in urban contemporary. Blessed with a big, booming voice, lead vocalist James D-Train Williams was, in many respects, the epitome of the classic soul belter. Williams, like so many of the great soulsters of the 1960s and 1970s, brought a strong gospel influence to secular lyrics and wasn't afraid to wear his heart on his sleeve. Album 1982 13 Songs. R&BSoul 1982. You're the One for the video for You're the One for Me from D Train's The Best of the 12 Mixes for free, and see the artwork, lyrics and similar artists. From The Album. Play album. The Best of the 12 Mixes. D-Train earned their nickname from James Williams defensive tactics in the division and city championship football team. James was a recognised member of the Erasmus High School Choral Club. Having signed to the Epic, Prelude label, the group found greater success in the U. than read more. Tryin' to Get Over. You're the One for Me. Lucky Day. D Train Theme. Keep On. Love Vibrations. You're the One for Me Reprise. Walk On By Remix. D Train Theme Dub. Keep On Remix. D-Train was the sound of American urban music in the early 80s. The professional collaboration of school friends James D-Train Williams and Hubert Eaves III, the duo created a slender catalogue of richly soulful, dynamic dance music that was steeped in gospel. Williams wrote and sang and Eaves produced, arranged and played. Their mixture of electronics and emotion led to some compelling moments, most notably their calling card and most enduring anthem, You're the One for Me. With its sequenced handclaps, thundering synth bass and its fluttery, repetitive electronic melody, the