Alexander O'Neal - Hearsay (Vinyl)

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UK 180gm colored vinyl LP repressing of this classic R&B album. HEARSAY included five different UK hits and his highest-charting UK single, 'Criticize'. Other singles include 'Fake', '(What Can I Say) to Make You Love Me', 'The Lovers' and the duet with Cherrelle 'Never Knew Love Like This'.

Product Details

Barcode
5014797139817
Department
Music
Released
22 Jul 2014
Artist
Alexander O' Neal
Format
Vinyl
Genre
Rock
Label
TABU
Tracks
  1. Intro
  2. (What Can I Say) to Make You Love Me
  3. Intro
  4. Hearsay
  5. Intro
  6. The Lovers
  7. Intro
  8. Fake
  9. Intro
  10. Criticize
  11. Intro
  12. Never Knew Love Like This
  13. Interlude
  14. Sunshine
  15. Crying Overtime
  16. Intro
  17. When the Party's Over
Year
2014
Videos
Alexander O'Neal - "Never Knew Love Like This"
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Published 11 years ago by ykywi5751
Duration: 03:27
Hearsay - Alexander O'Neal
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Published 9 years ago by DUNKYDOOBS
Duration: 04:02
Alexander O' Neal - Fake
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Published 9 years ago by The80sJukebox
Duration: 04:00
Vinyl Weight
180g
Supply Source
UK

Alexander O'Neal

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This Minneapolis soul man cut his teeth in the Time but was bounced (for looking "too black") before they signed with Warner Brothers. His tough, ballsy voice has the same grain and range as Otis Redding's. Like that master, Alexander O'Neal is comfortable with pumping dancefloor burners and slinky couch-cuddlers. He's certainly the best singer Jimmy Jam and Terry Lewis have ever produced, and the strength of his material and his robust voice can be heard on releases including 1986's Hearsay, 1991's All True Man, and 1997's Lovers Again. He relocated to Britain, where his efforts had always been better received, and began to set up permanent shop there. His first British-only release, 2002's Saga of a Married Man, showed him developing into a smoother and more mature singer compared to his previous output.
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