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Stacy Lattisaw – Let Me Be Your Angel.
• Stacy Lattisaw emerged within the disco era with not only life-affirming dance hits but also quietly assured balladry that were as urgent as they were deceiving: Stacy was only 13 years old when her debut album Young And In Love was released in 1979 on Cotillion Records. Whilst that record was retroactively considered a minor success compared to the success that would follow, the duality between uplifting dance music and balladry was already in place.
• 1980’s LET ME BE YOUR ANGEL, her sophomore release on Cotillion, is the blueprint for her continued success on the label in the early years of the decade. Lead single ‘Dynamite!’(R&B #8/DISCO #1) is utterly joyous in its reiterations of late 70s dance-funk with subtle synthesisers that post-disco artists would continue expanding on in the years to follow. UK single ‘Jump to the Beat’ (UK #3, Disco #1) became Stacy’s signature hit in Europe. Deliriously fun dance-pop, it’s a contrast with the ballads that would follow on the record.
• The album’s final single and title track (US #21/R&B #8/AC #34) proved to be the record’s most successful stateside hit and Stacy’s most sentimental vocal performance to date. Again, the single is testament to how self-assured Stacy could be with her vocals without any attention locked in on how remarkably young she is; her heartbreak is at the forefront here.
Jump To The Beat 5:22
You Don't Love Me Anymore 3:17
Let Me Be Your Angel 4:03
Don't You Want To Feel It (For Yourself) 5:58
You Know I Like It 5:26
My Love 4:45
Jump To The Beat 3:33 (Single Version)
Dynamite! 4:25 (Single Version)
Label : Big Break Records
Barcode : 5013929061736
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