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Tell Me Tomorrow

LP (Item 484438) Arista, 1985 — Condition: Sealed
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(€2.88 || £2.37 || ¥407) (approx.)
4.90 11

Angela's looking a bit uptight on the cover, but the set's got a wonderfully smooth feel overall – thanks to production from George Duke! Duke brings a nice sense of warmth to the record – one that's greatly appreciated at this point in Bofill's career, and which helps her hang onto the more jazz-inflected sounds she first brought to wax at the end of the 70s. A few tunes are a bit crossover-oriented, but never too much so – and backing vocals on the set are by Howard Hewett and Shirley Jones. Tracks include "First Time", "Midnight Shine", "Tell Me Tomorrow", "Woman's Intuition", "I Don't Wanna Come Down", "Generate Love", and "You're On". (Cover has a cutout notch.)  © 1996-2014, Dusty Groove, Inc.


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