Harris, Major: How Do You Take Your Love (remastered Edition)

SKU: 22744685
Major Harris: How Do You Take Your Love (remastered Edition)

Harris, Major: How Do You Take Your Love (remastered Edition)

SKU: 22744685

Format: CD

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Title: How Do You Take Your Love (remastered Edition)
Artist: Harris, Major
Label: Funky Town Grooves
UPC: 810736020643
Genre: Soul/R & B

Digitally remastered edition. Major Harris remained faithful to the Philadelphia soul sound, when the famous Jerry Ragovoy-produced How Do You Take Your Love in New York City, in 1978. How Do You Take Your Love has an all-star cast as the participants include, among others, the ubiquitous session player Sammy Figueroa on percussion, Alfa Anderson, Diva Gray and Luther Vandross on background vocals which certainly gives the album that Philly sound. "Night Moods" (which Chaka Khan recorded in 1981), "Pretty Red Lips (Kiss My Blues Away)", "You're So Good, You're Bad", "I Wanna Dance With You", "Lucky Day" and the title song are mostly slow jams, but the 10-minute "I Wanna Dance With You" brings together Philly soul and Philly disco and manages to be laid back one minute and exuberant the next. "I Wanna Dance With You" starts out as a slow ballad and stays that way for about four minutes; then, Harris increases the tempo considerably and turns the song into a lush but funky disco-soul workout.

1.1 I Wanna Dance with You
1.2 Lucky Day
1.3 Pretty Red Lips (Kiss My Blues Away)
1.4 How Do You Take Your Love
1.5 Night Moods
1.6 You're So Good You're Bad
1.7 Your Sweet Song
1.8 This Is Forever
1.9 Let Me Take You There
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