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Lalah Hathaway

CD (Item 486829) Virgin, 1990 — Condition: Used
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The first album from Donny Hathaway's soulful daughter – an album that we initially approached with a bit of reservation, but were surprised to find out we liked so much! Lalah's got a nearly-classic style in her work that's a fresh departure from many other soul acts of this period – a style that's almost influenced by the Soul II Soul or Loose Ends groove of the time, but is a bit more mainstream – and which shows that Hathaway has a lot more to offer than a famous last name. Production and arrangements are by Gary Taylor, Angela Winbush, Craig T Cooper, and Andre Fischer – and titles include "Baby Don't Cry", "Heaven Knows", "Somethin", "Stay Home Tonight", "I'm Coming Back", "I Gotta Move On", and "Obvious".  © 1996-2014, Dusty Groove, Inc.


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