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Something to Believe In

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Curtis Mayfield 10/25/1989

Review

Something to Believe In was the result of previous album Heartbeat's success, a great-selling comeback for Curtis Mayfield in his own style, fully in his control. The album's sales success was limited, but its musical triumphs were myriad -- the beautiful "Something to Believe In," an extended track that is one of the most personal and ambitious records in Mayfield's whole output; the exquisite solo remakes of the Impressions hits "It's Alright" and "Never Let Me Go"; and the gorgeous ballad "Never Stop Loving Me," a sensual soul outing that provides a superb finish to the album. Strangely enough, the commercial single side "Love Me, Love Me Now" is one of the less impressive sides, on a production or composition level, among the seven tracks here. [A 1999 reissue by the British Sequel label combined Something to Believe In with 1979's Heartbeat.] ~ Bruce Eder
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  1. # Track Artist Length
  2. 1 Love Me, Love Me Now Curtis Mayfield 7:58
  3. 2 Never Let Me Go Curtis Mayfield 3:7
  4. 3 Tripping Out Curtis Mayfield 7:2
  5. 4 People Never Give Up Curtis Mayfield 5:52
  6. 5 It's All Right The Impressions 3:56
  7. 6 Something to Believe In Curtis Mayfield 4:40
  8. 7 Never Stop Loving Me Curtis Mayfield 3:34

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