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L Is for Lover

L is for Lover
Studio album by Al Jarreau
Released 1986
Recorded Skyline Studios, New York,1986
Genre R&B, Jazz, Pop, Soul
Length 45:01
Label Warner Bros.
Producer Nile Rodgers
Al Jarreau chronology
In London
(1985)
L is for Lover
(1986)
Heart's Horizon
(1988)
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 4/5 stars [1]

L is for Lover is an album by Al Jarreau, released in 1986.

Track list

No. Title Writer(s) Length
1. "Tell Me What I Gotta Do"   Jay Graydon, Mike Himelstein, Tom Keane 4:00
2. "L Is for Lover"   David Gamson, Green Gartside 5:25
3. "Says"   Al Jarreau, Philippe Saisse 3:51
4. "Pleasure"   Robert Brookins, Tony Haynes 4:00
5. "Golden Girl"   Jimmy Felber 5:50
6. "Across the Midnight Sky"   Jay Graydon, Al Jarreau, Richard Page 5:35
7. "(We Got) Telepathy"   Paul Bliss, Ian Prince 4:27
8. "Give a Little More Lovin'"   Jonathan Butler, Simon May 5:12
9. "No Ordinary Romance"   Michael Gregory 3:31
10. "Real Tight"   Mark Mueller, Robbie Nevil, John Van Tongeren, Brock Walsh 3:10
Total length:
45:01

Personnel

  • Al Jarreau: Vocals, vocoder
  • Tawatha Agee: Background vocals
  • Steve Ferrone: Drums
  • Jimmy Bralower: Percussion, drums
  • Hiram Bullock: Guitar
  • Michelle Cobbs: Background vocals
  • Anthony Jackson: Bass
  • Nile Rodgers: Guitar, keyboards, vocoder
  • Philippe Saisse: Piano, keyboards

Production

  • Scott Ansell: Engineer
  • Jeffrey Kent Ayeroff: Art direction
  • Barry Diament: Digital editing
  • Budd Tunick: Producer, production manager

References

  1. ^ L Is for Lover at AllMusic

External links

  • http://www.discogs.com/Al-Jarreau-L-Is-For-Lover/master/75103
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