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Patti Austin - Every Home Should Have One (1981) (LOSSLESS)

8-04-2014, 19:48
Music | Jazz | Soul | R&B | FLAC / APE

Patti Austin - Every Home Should Have One (1981) (LOSSLESS)

Artist: Patti Austin
Title Of Album: Every Home Should Have One
Year Of Release: 1981
Label: Qwest Records
Genre: Jazz, Soul, Traditional R&B
Quality: FLAC (Image+.cue)
Bitrate: Lossless
Time: 37:26 min
Total Size: 259 mb
Website: allmusic

The talented Patti Austin launched a successful jazz album career on CTI by the mid-'70s. Working with Quincy Jones since 1976, Every Home Should Have One was her long-awaited solo album with Jones as a producer. The hit singles "Do You Love Me" and "Every Home Should Have One" are polished -- pleasing but derivative. Rod Temperton -- who did four songs here, including the smooth "The Genie" -- comes up with a true gem, the classic Austin and James Ingram duet "Baby Come to Me." The most telling aspect of Every Home Should Have One isn't the L.A. pop/R&B Austin could do standing on her head, it's the most meditative offerings. A cover of Thom Bell and Linda Creed's "Stop, Look and Listen" gets an effortless treatment. The album-closing "The Island," with music from Ivan Lins and Vitor Martins and lyrics by Alan and Marilyn Bergman, seems best suited for Austin as she gives a sensual and flawless reading. Every Home Should Have One doesn't possess Quincy Jones' all-encompassing production style of albums like The Dude and George Benson's Give Me the Night. While this seems like a debut album, it's far from it, but it's a perfect introduction to Austin and her more pop-orientated work.

Patti Austin - Every Home Should Have One (1981) (LOSSLESS)
1. Do You Love Me - 3:24
2. Love Me to Death - 4:08
3. The Way I Feel - 4:19
4. Every Home Should Have One - 3:24
5. Baby, Come to Me - 3:30
6. The Genie - 3:57
7. Stop,Look,Listen - 3:07
8. Symphony of Love - 3:39
9. Oh No, Margarita - 3:52
10. The Island - 3:46

Richard Tee - Piano, Keyboards, Piano (Electric)
Rod Temperton - Synthesizer
Eddie Watkins - Bass
Ernie Watts - Sax (Tenor)
John Robinson - Drums
Jerry Hey - Synthesizer Arrangements
Anthony Jackson - Bass
Hilary James - Synthesizer
Louis Johnson - Bass
Steve Lukather - Guitar (Acoustic), Guitar, Guitar (Electric)
Chris Parker - Drums
Gilson Peranzzetta - Rhythm Arrangements
Greg Phillinganes - Synthesizer, Keyboards
John "J.R." Robinson - Drums
Paulinho Da Costa - Percussion
Bob James -Synthesizer, Keyboards, Piano
Eric Gale - Guitar
Quincy Jones Producer, Synthesizer Arrangements, Vocal Arrangement, Rhythm Arrangements

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jadoremusique   User offline   11 August 2015 19:02

Thank you for the re-up!

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