Monday, January 19, 2009

A Taste Of Honey- Twice As Sweet


Their third album, which sadly finds the group no longer working with the Mizells, though George Duke steps in and does a pretty decent job behind the production desk. The girls always had a fairly commercial sound, but with some nice jazzy touches, that are less in effect here, as they transition to the more synthesized tones that would become popular throughout the 80s. Includes "Sukiyaki", "Ain't Nothin' But A Party", "Rescue Me", "I'm Talkin' 'Bout You", "She's A Dancer" and "Don't Lead Me On". (Includes the original inner sleeve. Cover has a cutout hole, some creasing, and initials in marker on the front & on the labels.) © 1996-2009, Dusty Groove America, Inc.

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Anonymous said...

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les18e said...

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Soul Bonanza said...

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Bizzo Beats said...

another fine gem

FemaleProducerDuh! said...

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Q said...

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javieth said...

The honey is really great for the skin, i usually use it in my face, is really wonderful. After my mask i feel my face smooth and clean. And my boyfriend always notice the difference, he simply love it. I feel more comfortable with my self and he is always with too much energy because he usually buy viagra