Ish ‎– I Could Love You (1986)

Ismael Angel Ledesma (born October 2, 1952) professionally known as Ish Ledesma is a Miami-based singer, songwriter, musician, and producer. Ledesma has fronted, written for, or produced hits for the bands Foxy, Oxo, and Company B. Both Oxo and Company B were one-hit wonders in the US, with respective hits “Whirly Girl” and “Fascinated”; Foxy released several albums and singles, including the number one R&B hit “Get Off”.

Ish Ledesma had embarked on a solo career in 1979, releasing his own self-titled debut on T.K. Records. The album featured a hit with the release of the 12″ single, “Don’t Stop.” Ledesma would release a second solo album in 1986 called On This Corner on Geffen/Warner Bros. Records, which was produced by John Robie. Ledesma spent the years between the solo releases doing studio appearances as a session artist, and expanding his endeavors into production aspects. He is credited on Abba’s Voulez Vous, Miami Sound Machine’s “Bad Boy,” Latimore’s “Goodbye Heartaches,” and Fred Schneider’s “Monster”.

I Could Love You (Club Mix)                               6:02

Don’t Stop Now (Dub)                                       3:53

I Could Love You (Rhythm Version)                    5:03

Scream For Daddy (Dub)                                  3:40

Toot Toot Too Doot (Dub)                                  2:59

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3 comments on “Ish ‎– I Could Love You (1986)

  1. Wow what a track amazing sample, thanks souch for posting this, respect for putting up such fantastic hard to find music

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