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Love Makes No Sense

CD (Item 496191) Tabu, 1993 — Condition: Used
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That great Alexander O'Neal voice – soaring out wonderfully on this early 90s set for Tabu! The album's got O'Neal branching out a bit, yet still never losing his groove – trying out some of the better rhythms of the new R&B scene – with help from arrangers who include Lance Alexander, Zac Harmon, Christopher Troy, David Campbell, and Prof T – in a blend that's got some new jack bounce at some points, and some great warmer, jazzier backings at others! The care and class of the set show that Alexander is still one of the male soul role models for his generation – on cuts that include "All That Matters To Me", "Aphrodisia", "In The Middle", "Love Makes Sense", "Change Of Heart", "Home Is Where The Heart Is", and "If U Let It". (Out of print.)  © 1996-2014, Dusty Groove, Inc.


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