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Don't Hold Back

LP (Item 40385) SAM, 1982 — Condition: Used
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A great set of duet soul from Mike and Brenda Sutton – done very much in the best Ashford & Simpson mode of a few years before, and following a similar career path themselves – given that the Suttons had also written songs for bigger Motown acts in the 70s! There's a warm glow to the set that's really nice – an honest soulful component that makes the record one of the real standouts in the Sam Records catalog from the time – way more of a well-paced soul record than a dancefloor affair, even though the album does feature a few breakout tracks for the clubs. Titles include the old school styled "Sophisticated Lover", plus "Don't Hold Back", "All Worth Loving For", "All Night, All Day", and "We'll Make It". (White label promo, with some pen on the label. Cover has some pen, a large name in marker on both sides, and a promo stamp.)  © 1996-2014, Dusty Groove, Inc.


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