Lakeside - Power

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Sealed 1987 Vinyl Rarity. Clean Cut Out Hole. “Produced By Band Guitarist Stephen Shockley, Power Was Lakeside's Last Nationally Charting Album. Issued During The Waning Years Of R&B Bands, It Has Healthy Heaping Of Both Funk Cuts And Slow Jams. The Opening Track, "Relationships," Written By Onetime Prince & The Revolution Bassist Brownmark, Was A Top 24 R&B Single In The Spring Of 1987. Still, It's The LP's Ballads That Left The Most Lasting Impressions. The Crystalline "To Be Your Lover" Remains A Heart-Melter Almost Two Decades After Its Release And Was Curiously Never Released As A Single, Despite Receiving Massive Radio Play. The Other Standout Ballad, "Bullseye," Was A Top 33 R&B Hit During The Summer Of 1987. Former Slave Member Steve Arrington's Wife, India Arrington, Co-Wrote The Inspiring, Poppin' Title Track Which Sports The Lyric: "What Makes You Better Than The Roaches On The Wall/Until You Get Up From The Bottom/You'll Both Have To Crawl." Ed Hogan, All Music Guide.

Artist: Lakeside Title: Power Genre: Soul Type: New - LP Label: Solar Catalog ID: ST 72553 Country: USA Our ID: 31891
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