Subject: I have found a CD that I think you would enjoy
Genres: Dance & Electronic, Pop, R&B
Long out-of-print in the US. This 1984 release was the final album featuring British dance/R&B vocalists Jane Eugene, Steve Nichol, & Carl McIntosh. They had been quite successful on both sides of the Atlantic in the mid-'... more »
Long out-of-print in the US. This 1984 release was the final album featuring British dance/R&B vocalists Jane Eugene, Steve Nichol, & Carl McIntosh. They had been quite successful on both sides of the Atlantic in the mid-'80s & were at the time of this release not only performing but writing & producing tracks for Juliet Roberts, Phyllis Hyman, Five Star, Peter Royer, Cheryl Lynn, & Lavine Hudson. EMI.
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At this point I'd get a greatest hits collection
Andrew | Boston MASS | 12/04/2005
(4 out of 5 stars)
"This is fantastic Brit-Soul. My favorite songs on this album ar "Watching you" and "Mr. Bachelor". However I was dissapoitned how "Mr. Bachelor" isn't an individual cut on the album, but rather a part of a medley.
At the same time, unless you are a die-hard Loose Ends fan, I say go for a greatest hits compilation instead of this album. There's nothing on this CD that you can't get in a greatest hits collection. I recommend "The Best of Loose Ends" import CD as it includes all of Loose Ends most notable material."
Very Good CD
June Evans | Pleasant hill, CA United States | 06/12/2004
(4 out of 5 stars)
"Boy...........do I miss this group. This was the last cd with the original three memebers. Though I feel Zagora is their best cd, this is a very close second. Almost every song is a smash and the ones that aren't, in the least are good. It's rare to find a group that conveys timeless music as LE's sound never sounds dated or faddish. I listent to this recording several times a week as it is programmed in my computer at work. It still stands the test of time."
Loose ends fanatic
Andrew | 01/22/2004
(5 out of 5 stars)
"Thank you Amazon...I've looked for this CD for a couple years, after discovering the cassette case was EMPTY! It is worth every penny and more. Especially when you listen to it and say "oh I forgot about that jam". Life and Is It Ever Too Late had me dancing and remembering being at one of their concerts.I think Chuckeeboo is the "best" Loose Ends album. Takes you back to when people played real instruments and actually had talent! I give it a 10 and you can dance to it. This time I'll keep my eyes on this one."