“Never Too Much” by Luther Vandross - album review

TJR says

It's all strongly detestable to my ears, but this August '81 release was the big breakthrough for the 30-year-old R n B singer-songwriter, giving him a Top 20 hit in the US pop chart as well as making #1 in the R n B equivalent. On the singles chart, the title-track did likewise, hitting #33 in the pop chart and #1 in the R n B. The 45 also broke through in the UK, hitting #13 in the official BBC Top 40. Bendy bassist Marcus Miller plays a key role as does an old school pal, Nat Adderley Jr. (son of the famous jazz cornetist) who works on many of the arrangements. The album includes one cover, “A House Is Not A Home” (Brook Benton, 1964), which closes the set.

The Jukebox Rebel
06-Mar-2010

A1 [03:50] 3.4.png Luther Vandross - Never Too Much (Luther Vandross) Disco / Funk
A2 [04:57] 1.2.png Luther Vandross - Sugar And Spice (I Found Me A Girl) (Luther Vandross) Disco / Funk
A3 [04:01] 1.5.png Luther Vandross - Don’t You Know That? (Luther Vandross) R n B
A4 [06:35] 0.6.png Luther Vandross - I’ve Been Working (Luther Vandross) R n B
B1 [05:04] 0.6.png Luther Vandross - She’s A Super Lady (Luther Vandross) Disco / Funk
B2 [05:16] 0.7.png Luther Vandross - You Stopped Loving Me (Luther Vandross) R n B
B3 [07:07] 1.5.png Luther Vandross - A House Is Not A Home (Burt Bacharach, Hal David) R n B




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