For Your Love (Remastered) Peaches & Herb
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- 1For Your Love02:36
- 2The Things I Want To Hear (Pretty Words)02:23
- 3I Love How You Love Me02:34
- 4Embraceable You03:24
- 5Everybody Loves A Lover03:35
- 6It's True I Love You02:49
- 7Answer Me My Love02:56
- 8The Door Is Still Open To My Heart02:51
- 9I Need Your Love02:35
- 10My Life02:28
- 11Count On Me02:22
Info for For Your Love (Remastered)
This is their second album and rose to #13 on the billboard charts. The original Peaches & Herb were together until 1970, when Herb enrolled in the police academy of Washington, D.C. and thereafter joined the city's police department. He decided to rejoin the music business in 1976, and had to find a new singing partner.
The brief, but successful tenure of the original Peaches (Francine Barker) & Herb are recalled in the 16 tracks culled from the duo's 1966-1968 Date Records recordings, including their Top Ten pop hit "Close Your Eyes" and their Top Ten R&B hits "For Your Love" and "When He Touches Me (Nothing Else Matters)." Given the group's love ballad reputation, there are some surprisingly uptempo numbers here, but the focus is always on the vocal interaction between the two singers and their proclamations of romantic commitment, sometimes in the words of such Tin Pan Alley prototypes as Ted Koehler, Cole Porter, and Sammy Cahn.
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