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Alicia Myers

 

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Alicia MyersI Fooled You This Time ... LP
MCA, 1982. Very Good ... $3.99
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
(Side 1 has a mark that clicks a bit on track three. Cover has some wear.)

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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
(Shrink has a small hole.)

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New Alicia MyersI Appreciate ... LP
MCA, 1984. Used ... Temporarily Out Of Stock
A stone classic from Alicia Myers – one of her classic sets recorded during the MCA years of the mighty One Way empire! By this point in the 80s, Myers was just about the only part of Al Hudson's One Way collective that was still running strong – and this album of smooth modern soul tracks shows that she still had plenty of steam – stepping out strongly as a lead act on her own, with a vibe that was equally great on mellow tracks and upbeat groovers! The record was produced by Kevin McCord, who also wrote a number of nice tracks – and Al Hudson checks in on writing credits on a few numbers, too. Titles include the sweetly smooth "Don't Do Me This Way", which has a nice jazzy tip – plus "Say That", "You Get The Best From Me", "Just Can't Stay Away", and "Appreciation". LP, Vinyl record album
 
 
 
 



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