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New Alicia MyersAlicia Again ... LP
MCA, 1981. Used ... Temporarily Out Of Stock
One of the nicest solo records by Alicia Myers – formerly a vocalist with Al Hudson and The Soul Partners, but sounding even better here on her own. The record's got a strong smooth midtempo groove – with the beat toned down a bit from earlier days, in a style that works perfectly for Alicia's voice. A perfect bit of soul for that warm Sunday afternoon in the fall – king of similar to Chaka Khan's great solo work on Warner from the same time. Titles include "When Love Starts To Go", "I'm So Lonely", "Love Me Or Leave Me Alone", and "Do Your Kind Of Dance". LP, Vinyl record album
(Cover has a promo stamp.)

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New Alicia MyersI Fooled You This Time ... LP
MCA, 1982. Used ... Temporarily Out Of Stock
After working with Al Hudson on earlier records, Alicia struck out on her own a bit more for this album – a tasty batch of smooth soul tracks, with a few uptempo numbers in the tradition of her earlier work. Titles include "I Fooled You This Time", "Here's the Ticket", "I Don't Wanta Bore You", "I Want To Thank You", and "Is It Really Real". Arrangements by Alicia, and production by Kevin McCord. LP, Vinyl record album
(Cover has some wear.)

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New Alicia MyersAlicia/Alicia Again ... CD
MCA/Soulmusic.com (UK), 1981. New Copy ... Out Of Stock
The amazing legacy of Alicia Myers – two classic MCA albums, back to back on a single CD! First up is the self-titled Alicia – a set that's right up there with Myer's recordings with the group One Way, but with some deeper, more personal touches as well! Production is by Kevin McCord and Al Perkins from the One Way camp – and they bring in a nice mix of the funkier numbers that group was known for, and some warmer, mellower cuts that really show Myers maturing as a soul singer – a depth that might not have been expected a few years before, and which should have made her a bigger act for years to come after this wonderful set! The setting really lets Alicia open up on vocals, singing with a power and presence that's really great – and titles include "We Can't Stay In Bed Forever", "Don't Stop What You're Doin", "I Want To Thank You", "If You Play Your Cards Right", "Reggae Funky Dance", "Reservation For One", and "Life Joy & Happiness". Alicia Again is equally great – and has a strong smooth midtempo groove – with the beat toned down a bit from earlier days, in a style that works perfectly for Alicia's voice. A perfect bit of soul for that warm Sunday afternoon in the fall – king of similar to Chaka Khan's great solo work on Warner from the same time. Titles include "When Love Starts To Go", "I'm So Lonely", "Love Me Or Leave Me Alone", and "Do Your Kind Of Dance". CD
 
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New VariousRoller Boogie 80's – Mixed By Kenny Dope ... CD
Dungeon, Late 70s/Early 80s. Used ... Out Of Stock
A great collection of work that represents one of the best sides of early 80s soul – the roller boogie groove, hand-picked and mixed up by Kenny Dope himself! The set features 18 tracks from the laidback post-disco years – all done in a style that's got plenty of soul, nice jazzy touches, and the kind of mellow two-stepping rhythms that made the roller boogie sound so great! We love every single cut on the set – as does Kenny, we're sure – and the whole thing's put together with a gentle approach to the mixing that leaves pretty much every cut intact. Titles include "Mama Used To Say" by Junior, "Over Like A Fat Rat" by Fonda Rae, "All Night Long" by Mary Jane Girls, "Don't Look Any Further" by Dennis Edwards, "Funky Sensation" by Gwen McCrae, "Walking Into Sunshine" by Central Line, "I Want To Thank You" by Alicia Myers, "I'll Do Anything" by Denroy Morgan, "A Little Bit Of Jazz" by Nick Straker, "Come Let Me Love You" by Janet Lady Day, and "Rock Your World" by Weeks & Co. 18 cuts in all! CD
 
 
 
 



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