Good Love - Meli'sa Morgan

Good Love
Following the well-received 2012 reissue of her 1986 Capitol debut album DO ME BABY (SMCR-5044), SoulMusic Records presents the New York-born singer-songwriter’s sophomore album for the label, GOOD LOVE.
Meli’sa Morgan’s career skyrocketed with her 1985 cover of Prince’s ‘Do Me Baby,’ a No. 1 U.S. R&B single and U.S. Top 50 pop hit.
Like her successful album debut, 1987’s GOOD LOVE featured production by Paul Laurence and five tracks co-produced by Meli’sa and co-writer Lesette Wilson. In addition, hitmaker in his own right, producer/songwriter Kashif produced his duet with Mel’isa on ‘Love Changes’ a cover of the Mother’s Finest recording that gave the duo a No. 2 R&B hit in 1987; while Brian and Shelly Morgan and the team of Carl Sturken and Evan Rogers also contributed to the album.
GOOD LOVE became a Top 20 R&B Album best-seller and has long been out of print on CD. This expanded edition features six bonus tracks including a club mix of the No. 2 U.S. R&B hit, ‘If You Can Do It: I Can Too!’, an extended remix of the album’s title track and an eight-minute plus ‘Special Club Opus’ mix of ‘Here Comes The Night,’ a 1988 Top 30 R&B hit for Meli’sa.
Notes by renowned U.S. writer Justin Kantor include quotes from 2013 interviews with Meli’sa and Kashif for this reissue.

Release Date: 22/04/2013
Our Price: £9.95
Code: SMCR5091
Weight: 200
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1. IF YOU CAN DO IT: I CAN TOO!
2. HERE COMES THE NIGHT
3. JUST FOR YOUR TOUCH
4. GOOD LOVE
5. LOVE CHANGES (DUET WITH KASHIF)
6. THINK IT OVER
7. I'LL LOVE NO MORE
8. I STILL THINK ABOUT YOU
9. YOU'RE ALL I GOT
BONUS TRACKS

10. IF YOU CAN DO IT: I CAN TOO!! (US Capitol Club House Mix)
11. IF YOU CAN DO IT: I CAN TOO!! (US Capitol Dub Version)
12. GOOD LOVE (US Capitol Extended Remix)
13. GOOD LOVE (US Capitol Remix Edit)
14. HERE COMES THE NIGHT (US Capitol Special Club Opus)
15. HERE COMES THE NIGHT (US Capitol Single Edit)

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