Power Of Love (Remastered) Luther Vandross
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- 1She Doesn't Mind (Album Version)04:05
- 2Power of Love / Love Power06:41
- 3I'm Gonna Start Today06:13
- 4The Rush (Album Version)06:45
- 5I Want The Night To Stay (Album Version)05:25
- 6Don't Want to Be a Fool04:36
- 7I Can Tell You That (Album Version)05:25
- 8Sometimes It's Only Love (Album Version)04:55
- 9Emotional Love (Album Version)03:53
- 10I (Who Have Nothing)07:27
Info for Power Of Love (Remastered)
R&B crooner Luther Vandross released a breakthrough album for himself in 1991 called "Power Of Love". Filled with songs like "I Want the Night to Stay," "I Can Tell You That," and "Emotional Love," "Power Of Love" is truly one of those can't-put-down albums. One gets to hear the full range of Luther's craft, from the songs he belts out to those that he softly whispers in your ear. Other standouts include "She Doesn't Mind," "I'm Gonna Start Today," and "I Who Have Nothing," the last of which features a guest vocal appearance from Martha Wash. "Power Of Love" is filled with all the emotion and harmony that fans have come to love in Luther's music.
The following year, the album earned Vandross two American Music Awards for "Favorite Soul/R&B Male Artist" and "Favorite Soul/R&B Album" and one Grammy Award for "Best R&B Vocal Performance, Male", and the track "Power of Love/Love Power" won in the "Best R&B Song" category. It reached Billboard 200 at #7, while topping the Top R&B Albums chart for five nonconsecutive weeks. On the latter chart, it was the last #1 R&B Album for twelve years until Dance With My Father was released. Power of Love was later certified double platinum Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA).
"...extraordinary rich voice...[Vandross has] sustained and continually refreshed his own self-styled pop-soul genre..." (Rolling Stone)
"...Mammoth and grossly luxurious, the album creates a pillow-filled musical love room to be explored, at a listener's leisure...Vandross is pop's greatest man of romance..." (New York Times)
Luther Vandross, vocals, backing vocals
Nat Adderley, Jr., keyboards, piano, bass, synthesizer programming (tracks 2, 5, 10)
John "Skip" Anderson, keyboards, piano, bass, synthesizer programming (track 8)
Hubert Eaves III, keyboards, piano, bass, synthesizer programming (tracks 7, 9)
Jason Miles, keyboards, piano, bass, synthesizer programming
Marcus Miller, keyboards, piano, bass, synthesizer programming (tracks 1-4, 6-10)
Reed Vertelney, keyboards, piano, bass, synthesizer programming (track 1)
Paul Jackson, Jr., guitar (tracks 2-3, 5-6, 9)
Paulinho da Costa, percussion, Wind Chimes
Kirk Whalum, saxophone (track 10)
Tawatha Agee, vocals (tracks 1-3, 5-7)
Michelle Cobbs, vocals (tracks 9)
Lisa Fischer, vocals (tracks 1-2)
Cissy Houston, vocals (tracks 1-3, 6-7)
Genobia Jeter, vocals (tracks 2, 9)
Pat Joyner, vocals (track 2)
Darlene Love, vocals (tracks 1-2, 9)
Paulette McWilliams, vocals (tracks 1-3, 6-7, 9)
Cindy Mizelle, vocals (tracks 5-6)
Tamira C. Sanders, vocals (track 2)
Fonzi Thornton, vocals (tracks 1-2, 5)
Brenda White-King, backing vocals (tracks 1-3, 5-7, 9)
Kevin Owens, backing vocals (track 2)
Marcus Miller, backing vocals (track 2)
Martha Wash, backing vocals (track 10)
Recorded 1990—1991 at A&M Studios, Hollywood, Los Angeles, California; Right Track Recording, New York City, New York; The Hit Factory, New York City, New York; The Village, Los Angeles, California
Engineered by Ray Bardani, Martin Brumbach, Mark Harder, John Herman, Robert Hart, Rob Jaczko, Chad Munsey & Brian Schueble
Produced by Luther Vandross, Marcus Miller
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