Subject: I have found a CD that I think you would enjoy
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Cary E. Mansfield | Studio City, CA USA | 09/18/2003
(5 out of 5 stars)
"The singing duo of Yarbrough and Peoples burst onto the music scene with the million-selling single "Don't Stop the Music," a sinewy slab of synth-based R&B/funk that was ahead of its time and had a far-reaching influence in the years following. Guilty is considered to be their best album. Issued in late 1985, the release was ample proof that the duo could come through on both dance cuts and slow jams. The gritty funky title track was a number 2 R&B hit and has one of Alisa Peoples' best vocals. Produced and co-written by label mates at the time (Jimmy Hamilton and Maurice Hayes of the group Prime Time, "I Owe It To Myself"). Hamilton and Hayes also did the follow-up, the rousing # 6 R&B smash, "I Wouldn't Lie." The third single from the album was the delicate ballad, "Wrapped Around Your Finger." Other highlights were the breezy ballad, "I'll Give Anything to Have You Back" and the snarlingly funky "Anytime." Features two bonus tracks."