"I thought that this 1983 album was the best one of the 5 albums that Jeffrey Osborne recorded for A&M in the '80s. This is even better than the '82 album that had On The Wings of Love. There's so much an emphasis on strong song making and a live sound. I still love Don't You Get So Mad, at one point in summer '83 my favorite song in a year when Michael Jackson dominated all music charts. George Duke produced his best songs for another artist besides himself with this one. Two Wrongs Don't Make It Right, the funky Stay With Me Tonight, We're Going All the Way, Plane Love (another funky number) and many others are what make this album stand out. Sometimes the album has some shades of '70s sounds, such as with his former group LTD. This really made Osborne a well received artist and he still is loved today by many fans!"
Quite simply the best Jeffrey Osborne album out there!
Sing Brotha Sing | 01/19/1999
(5 out of 5 stars)
"Stay With Me Tonight combines the best uptempo cuts with the best ballads the Jeffrey has put out since going solo. Even non-J.O. fans can't resist bobbing their heads to songs like the title cut and "Plane Love"(my favorites).And relaxing with that special someone while listening to "We're going All The Way" is a must. If you are lover of TRUE R&B this CD is a must for your collection!"
Frederick D. Fitts | 11/07/1999
(5 out of 5 stars)
"a very strong album by J.O this is a great album with many different types of styles but all wraped around his voice.very soulful and to the point.he is still bad."
Frederick D. Fitts | Vail, AZ USA | 01/09/2007
(4 out of 5 stars)
"Listening to the words in this CD and the meaning behind them brings home the reality, that love can be accomplished at almost any time. This is an outstanding piece of music and I highly recommend this CD to anyone."