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🎡 AotW Barry White: THE MAN IS BACK! (A&M SP 5256)

LPJim

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1 Responsible Written-By – Jack Perry, Julian Jackson 4:41
2 Super Lover Executive-Producer – Barry WhiteProducer – Attala Zane GilesWritten-By – Jack Perry, William Jones 4:52
3 L.A. My Kinda Place 4:50
4 Follow That And See (Where It Leads Y'All) 5:04
5 When Will I See You Again Written-By – Terrence Thomas 5:51
6 I Wanna Do It Good To Ya Written-By – Rusty Hamilton III* 6:00
7 It's Getting Harder All The Time Written-By – Aaron Schroeder, David Grover (3) 5:09
8 Don't Let Go Written-By – Chuckii Booker, Terrence Thomas 9:08
9 Loves Interlude / Good Night My Love 7:46

Entered the Billboard Top 200 on May 19, 1990
Charted for 12 weeks & peaked at # 143
Also issued as CD 5256

JB
 

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Wow, I have no recollection of this one at all. I was kind of a marginal Barry White fan, but had pretty much lost interest by the time he made it onto A&M. I liked his early hit "Honey Please, Can't Ya See."
 

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Barry White's career reboot came about from the Quincy Jones record Back On The Block, as he was featured on the album's closing track, "The Secret Garden," in his trademark style. He signed to A&M in 1987 with a little success, but it was this album (released in 1989) that became the first of the comeback phase of his career, which would peak with The Icon Is Love a few years later.
 
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