“Forever, For Always, For Love” by Luther Vandross - album review

features in: Album Chart of 1982 →Album Chart of the Decade: 1980s →

TJR says

The words 'Contemporary R n B' alone are enough to contort my face and fill me with dread, and Vandross is one of the worst offenders, even if his albums do make #1 in such charts. 45 minutes with this garbage is torture enough, and don't even get me started about his talking to God on record. Aparts from his own crap, he murders “Having A Party” (Sam Cooke, 1962) and “Since I Lost My Baby” (The Temptations, 1965). If someone ever hands me a free pile of LPs again, I swear I will throw any Luther Vandross in the bin rather than suffer another wretched endurance test such as this.

The Jukebox Rebel

A1 [05:16] 1.7.png Luther Vandross - Bad Boy / Having A Party (Luther Vandross, Marcus Miller, Samuel Cook) R n B
A2 [04:46] 1.2.png Luther Vandross - You’re The Sweetest One (Luther Vandross, Marcus Miller) Disco / Funk
A3 [05:28] 0.7.png Luther Vandross - Since I Lost My Baby (William Robinson, Warren Moore) Pop Ballad
A4 [06:23] 0.6.png Luther Vandross - Forever, For Always, For Love (Luther Vandross) Pop Ballad
B1 [06:26] 1.5.png Luther Vandross - Better Love (Luther Vandross, Nat Adderley Jr.) R n B
B2 [04:43] 0.7.png Luther Vandross - Promise Me (Luther Vandross) Pop Ballad
B3 [06:09] 2.5.png Luther Vandross - She Loves Me Back (Luther Vandross) R n B
B4 [04:35] 0.8.png Luther Vandross - Once You Know How (Luther Vandross) R n B

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