"Right Back Where We Started From" is a song written by Pierre Tubbs and J. Vincent Edwards which was first recorded in the middle of 1975 by Maxine Nightingale for whom it was an international hit. In 1989, a remake by Sinitta, then 25, reached #4 in the UK Singles Chart. The music features a significant repetitive sample from the song 'Goodbye, Nothing To Say' written by Stephen Jameson and Marshall Doctores, recorded by Jameson under the name of Nosmo King, then by The 'Javells ft Nosmo King', both in 1974.

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  • Right back where we started from is een lied geschreven door J. Vincent Edwards en Pierre Tubbs. Het nummer kwam tot stand gedurende een autorit naar het ziekenhuis, alwaar mevrouw Tubbs lag te bevallen. Het lied laat Edwards’ liefde horen voor oude Motownhits van het componistentrio Holland-Dozier-Holland. Het werd pas jaren later een hit. Het nummer is een standard binnen de discomuziek van de jaren '70. Het kwam in die hoedanigheid veelvuldig voor in filmmuziek. (nl)
  • "Right Back Where We Started From" is a song written by Pierre Tubbs and J. Vincent Edwards which was first recorded in the middle of 1975 by Maxine Nightingale for whom it was an international hit. In 1989, a remake by Sinitta, then 25, reached #4 in the UK Singles Chart. The music features a significant repetitive sample from the song 'Goodbye, Nothing To Say' written by Stephen Jameson and Marshall Doctores, recorded by Jameson under the name of Nosmo King, then by The 'Javells ft Nosmo King', both in 1974. (en)
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  • "Believe in What You Do"
  • "I Just Can't Help It"
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  • Gold(RIAA)
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  • Sinitta - Right Back.jpg
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  • "Love on Borrowed Time"
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  • "Gotta Be the One"
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  • Pete Hammond
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  • May 1989
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  • "Right Back Where We Started From"
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  • Right back where we started from is een lied geschreven door J. Vincent Edwards en Pierre Tubbs. Het nummer kwam tot stand gedurende een autorit naar het ziekenhuis, alwaar mevrouw Tubbs lag te bevallen. Het lied laat Edwards’ liefde horen voor oude Motownhits van het componistentrio Holland-Dozier-Holland. Het werd pas jaren later een hit. Het nummer is een standard binnen de discomuziek van de jaren '70. Het kwam in die hoedanigheid veelvuldig voor in filmmuziek. (nl)
  • "Right Back Where We Started From" is a song written by Pierre Tubbs and J. Vincent Edwards which was first recorded in the middle of 1975 by Maxine Nightingale for whom it was an international hit. In 1989, a remake by Sinitta, then 25, reached #4 in the UK Singles Chart. The music features a significant repetitive sample from the song 'Goodbye, Nothing To Say' written by Stephen Jameson and Marshall Doctores, recorded by Jameson under the name of Nosmo King, then by The 'Javells ft Nosmo King', both in 1974. (en)
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  • Right back where we started from (nl)
  • Right Back Where We Started From (en)
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