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Enchantment - Enchanted Lady (1982)

11-03-2015, 15:21
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Enchantment - Enchanted Lady (1982)

Artist: Enchantment
Title Of Album: Enchanted Lady
Year Of Release: 1982
Label (Catalog#): Columbia [EC-38024]
Genre: Soul, Disco, Funk
Quality: Mp3 / FLAC (tracks,vinyl,scans)
Bitrate: CBR 320 kbps / Lossless
Time: 42:20 min
Full Size: 103 mb / 275 mb

Enchantment - Enchanted Lady (1982)

After four releases under the Roadshow imprint, via United Artists and RCA, Enchantment was signed to Columbia by veteran record executive Larkin Arnold. In spite of music-industry trends, the Detroit quintet maintained their sound with one voluptuous string and horn arrangement after another. Popular for their romantic love songs, Enchantment kicked off this project with "I Know Your Hot Spot," a mid-rhythm number with a relentless groove and a creative arrangement that allows some impressive lead-vocal exchanges. "Toe Jammin'" boogies right along with a James Brown-fashion bridge, and features each member interjecting their uncanny vocal ability on lead. The love songs on this album have an irresistible appeal. While seasoned with lucid background vocals, which jell in their exemplary arrangement, Emanuel "E.J." Johnson's impeccable tenor radiates through each lyric of "Enchanted Lady" and "I Can't Forget You." The former is a sweet and gentle love song that blossoms with a testimonial lead by Johnson. The latter is a tear-jerking number, both musically and lyrically, incorporating exquisite harmonies. Johnson's delivery echoes with grief and heartache, and at the same time maintains that prudent command of vocality. Joe Thomas takes center stage on the serene arrangement of "Adora," blending his natural voice with his falsetto. These three compositions, in spite of the fact that the album as a whole was not promoted by Columbia, rank as R&B classics and quiet-storm jewels.


A1 - I Know your Hot Spot
A2 - Enchanted Lady
A3 - Toe Jammin'
A4 - I Can't Forget You
B1 - Adora
B2 - Only You
B3 - Your Love Is Like A Melody
B4 - Peace Is What The World Needs



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