Chaka Khan I Feel For
Chaka's biggest album features the Prince
remake and the wonderful Through The Fire.
Al Jarreau High Crime
Produced by Jay Graydon
Jarreau is a reliable performer and this
album is no exception. Features After All.
Produced by Lakeside
Lakeside continue their excellent funk
tradition. Features Make My Day.
Produced by Jermaine Jackson & Michael Omartin
Jermaine's first album after leaving Motown
proved to be his most successful. Features the duet with Michael Tell
Me I'm Not Dreaming and with Whitney Houston Take Good Care Of My
Kool & The Gang
Produced by Jim Bonnefond, Ronald Bell & Kool & The Gang
The gang's biggest selling album isn't their
best album but it does feature the hard pumping Misled and the
Gap Band VI
Produced by Lonnie Simmons
The last decent Gap album. Features Beep
A Freak and Disrespect.
Phil Fearon & Galaxy
Produced by Phil Fearon
Britain has a rich tradition of soul
singers. Phil Fearon is part of that lineage. Features Dancing
Tight and What Do I Do? You can find his best hits on
Soundtrack The Woman
Produced by Stevie Wonder
Stevie's first album since his self imposed
exile. Yielded the big hit (and Oscar for best song) I Just
Called To Say I Love You.
Patti steps out of Quincy Jones' shadow
using a variety of producers. Features the Quincy produced Shoot