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8 thoughts on “ Dont You Know That? - Luther Vandross - Never Too Much (Vinyl, LP, Album)

  1. This version was repressed in the second half of the 80s, due to the label history. Original UK-version was released in with cat# EPC Never Too Much /5(49).
  2. Editors' Notes Luther Vandross’ reign as one of R&B’s leading lights begins here with his storming debut album, which showcases his rough yet tender croon on smartly appointed songs, from the bouncing funk bassline of “I’ve Been Working” to the flinty Quiet Storm entreaty of “Don’t You Know That?” The besotted title track and the gently funky “Sugar and Spice (I Found Me a.
  3. Editors’ Notes Luther Vandross’ reign as one of R&B’s leading lights begins here with his storming debut album, which showcases his rough yet tender croon on smartly appointed songs, from the bouncing funk bassline of “I’ve Been Working” to the flinty Quiet Storm entreaty of “Don’t You Know That?” The besotted title track and the gently funky “Sugar and Spice (I Found Me a.
  4. Never Too Much Vinyl LP Never Too Much Women's Muscle T-Shirt The multi-platinum debut album that properly introduced the world to the signature silky voice of Luther Vandross featuring the hit songs “Never Too Much”, “Don’t You Know That?” and “A House Is Not a .
  5. Luther is the debut album by American recording artist group Luther, released in May The album features Luther Vandross and along with members Anthony Hinton, Diane Sumler, Theresa V. Reed, and Christine Wiltshire. "It's Good for the Soul", "Funky Music (Is a Part of Me)" and "The 2nd Time Around" were released as singles, but the album failed to chart.
  6. Never let me go," like most Luther Vandross albums, is a flawless display of technique blessed with exquisite singing, well-crafted arrangements and a mix that has been tweaked to perfection. Unfortunately, the end result is more soporific than soulful – meaning that all Vandross ends up with is the quiet-storm equivalent of elevator music.
  7. The title track 'Never Too Much' was a big hit and the second single 'Don't You Know That' stayed high on the charts for awhile. The whole album is a good mix of soul and R&B music, sung by a man who excel's at this type of music. Vandross was a featured guest vocalist with the progressive band Change.
  8. Feb 21,  · although his work with David Bowie has given the man's career a boost, Luther Vandross remains one of the most underrated singers from the disco area. Sensible, emotionally charged music with superfunky basslines, sublime vocalizing; this album has it all. Never Too Much is a /5().

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