Love Lives Forever CD (2007)

Artist: Minnie Riperton

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Product Overview

Specifications

Label Msi Music
SKU 204381694
UPC 094639174621
UPC 14 00094639174621
Format CD
Release Date 4/24/2007
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Author Minnie Riperton
Compilation Appearance Best Of Quincy Jones-Millenniu
Compilation Appearance Ultimate Collection
Compilation Appearance Soul Classics 12
Compilation Appearance Late Night Tales
Compilation Appearance Disturbia
Compilation Appearance Megamind (Ost)
Compilation Appearance Romancing The 60S
Compilation Appearance Inherent Vice (ost)
Compilation Appearance Icon:r&b Classic Hits
Associated Artist/Work Cole, Natalie
Technical Info
Engineer Bob Mockler
Producer Johnny Pate; Richard Rudolph
CatalogID 3917462
Lable Name Stateside
Released 04/30/2007
Original Release 1980
Number of Discs 1
SPARE Code n/a
Length 36m : 58s
UPC 00094639174621
Album Notes and Credits
Personnel: Minnie Riperton (vocals); Patrice Rushen (vocals, electric piano, keyboards); Maxine Willard Waters, Stephanie Spruill (vocals, background vocals); George Benson , Julia Tillman Waters, Michael Thomas Jackson, Michael Jackson, Peabo Bryson, Roberta Flack (vocals); Lee Ritenour , Paul Jackson, Jr. (guitar); Gayle LaVant, Gayle Levant (harp); Gerald Vinci (violin); Hubert Laws (flute); Stevie Wonder (harmonica, keyboards, drums, percussion); Tom Scott (saxophone, tenor saxophone); Tennyson Stephens (piano); Greg Phillinganes (keyboards, synthesizer); Michael Boddicker (synthesizer); Harvey Mason, Sr. (drums); Lenny Castro, Paulinho Da Costa (percussion); Julia Waters (background vocals).
Audio Remixers: Bob Mockler; Gary Olazabal; Dick Rudolph; Johnny Pate.
Liner Note Author: Dean Rudland.
Recording information: Hollywood Sound Recorders.
This posthumously released album features an outstanding cast of veterans who pay tribute to the remarkable vocalist Minnie Riperton. While Riperton's vocals were recorded during the year of 1978, all the other vocals were recorded in the spring of 1980. The hit from this album was "Here We Go," featuring Peabo Bryson's far-reaching tenor. The single peaked at 14 on the Billboard R&B charts in as many weeks. Even though most of the selections are set in a midtempo rhythm, they have a calming effect. The second release was "Give Me Time." Not as successful as its predecessor, it still has the untarnished texture for which Riperton's vocals were known. ~ Craig Lytle
Disc 1
1 Here We Go
2 I'm in Love Again
3 Strange Affair
4 Island in the Sun
5 Give Me Time
6 You Take My Breath Away
7 Song of Life
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