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Candi Staton 5/16/1994

Review

A reissue of Staton's 1981 album for Joe and Sylvia Robinson's Sugar Hill Records label, which specialized in rap music at the time. The album was a reunion with "Young Hearts" producer Dave Crawford. A measly seven songs, more than half geared toward the dance floor, such as "Love and Be Free" and "In the Still of the Night" -- the latter shouldn't be confused with the song by the Five Satins. The set features a nice uptempo pop song of marital reaffirmation in "Count On Me" and a sensuous ballad written by Deniece Williams, "Hurry Sundown." Staton even tries a little rap on the tail end of "The Sunshine of Our Love" and gives Elvis Presley's "Suspicious Minds" a nice, poppish dance workout. ~ Bil Carpenter
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  1. # Track Artist Length
  2. 1 Love and Be Free Candi Staton 6:36
  3. 2 Suspicious Mind Candi Staton 3:49
  4. 3 In the Still of the Night Candi Staton 5:36
  5. 4 The Sunshine of Our Love Candi Staton 6:36
  6. 5 Hurry Sundown Candi Staton 4:43
  7. 6 Tender Hooks Candi Staton 4:42
  8. 7 Count on Me Candi Staton 4:4

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