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The Other Woman

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Ray Parker, Jr. 6/24/2016

Review

After three prosperous albums with Raydio, Parker branches out on his own with a successful debut solo release. Not forsaking the sound that spawned a string of hits with Raydio, Parker chalks up two Billboard R&B Top Ten singles, the first being "The Other Woman." With its midtempo rhythm and striking electric guitar, it crested at the number two position for four consecutive weeks, fizzling out after week 19; it also reached the number four spot on the Billboard pop charts. While "Let Me Go," the second release, was a ballad of sorts, it also held a spot on the charts for 19 weeks, peaking at number three. As usual, Parker interjects his vocal sighs on nearly every song, and the third single release, "It's Our Own Affair," is no exception -- a midtempo track with an easy-flowing rhythm that reached the 44th position on the charts. The remainder of the album is consistent with the aforementioned releases. The veteran session guitarist does not stray from his musical base; he keeps his compositions simple and production efficient. ~ Craig Lytle
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  1. # Track Artist Length
  2. 1 The Other Woman Ray Parker, Jr. 3:45
  3. 2 Stay the Night Ray Parker, Jr. 5:33
  4. 3 It's Our Own Affair Ray Parker, Jr. 4:5
  5. 4 Let's Get Off Ray Parker, Jr. 3:56
  6. 5 Streetlove Ray Parker, Jr. 5:7
  7. 6 Let Me Go Ray Parker, Jr. 4:56
  8. 7 Stop, Look Before You Love Ray Parker, Jr. 4:4
  9. 8 Just Havin' Fun Ray Parker, Jr. 3:28
  10. 9 The Other Woman Ray Parker, Jr. 5:56
  11. 10 Bad Boy Ray Parker, Jr. 4:15
  12. 11 The Other Woman [Instrumental] Ray Parker, Jr. 5:54

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