Whispers Toast To The
A slight let down for the Whispers but they
have been making some great albums. Many songs are produced by the
new comer Magic including the very nice Make Sweet Love To Me.
After 7 - Reflections
Produced by Babyface & Various Producers
By far the best After 7 album.
Features some surprisingly good production work from Jon B. Includes
the song 'Til You Do Me Right.
Brian McKnight I
Produced by Brian McKnight
McKnight's sophomore effort is even better
than his debut. Includes a remake of Crazy Love and the super
sweet Still In Love With You.
Produced by Stevie Wonder
Stevie is a musical genius although he's
still trying to equal the brilliance of his seventies work. This is
still a good album. Includes I'm New and Take The Time Out.
Temptations For Lovers
Produced by Richard Perry
This album of remakes really shows how
impressive the Temptations are. Their version of Night And Day
is the best I've heard.
Mariah Carey Daydream
Produced by Walter Afanasieff & Mariah Carey
On of her better albums. Her
collaboration with Boyz II Men on One Sweet Day is
outstanding! I also really like Underneath The Stars.
— Waiting To Exhale
Produced by Babyface
Babyface produces an album of female singers
with very mixed success. They include Chaka Khan, Aretha Franklin
and Brandy. Still the real magic comes from Whitney Houston who is
good as usual on the title song and Why Does It Hurt So Bad.
& The Gang / J.T. Taylor — State of Affairs
Produced by Khalis Bayyan & J.T. Taylor
A much needed reuniting of the gang with
lead singer James "JT" Taylor attempts to capture the magic of
yesteryear. Features the very good Salute To The Ladies and In
Portrait All That
Produced by Portrait
I think this is the best effort by Portrait
to date. The title song is sweet and there's a cool remake of the
Bee Gees How Deep Is Your Love. Here's A Kiss is the