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Ray Parker Jr & Raydio

Woman Out Of Control - Expanded Edition

CD $4.00

Release Date:

May 2012

Nº of Discs:

1

Catalogue Nº

FTG-289

Label:

Funkytowngrooves USA



Tracklisting

1. Woman Out Of Control
2. I Still Can't Get Over Loving You
3. Electronic Lover
4. In The Heat Of The Night
5. I Don't Wanna Know
6. She Still Feels The Need
7. Invasion
8. N2U2
9. Jack and Jill (Back Up The Hill) 1982 Version 08:22

Item Description

Ray Parker Jr’s 1983 album Woman Out Of Control has been Expanded for the First Time Ever

Expanded with 1 Bonus Track

Produced by Ray Parker Jr

Includes the chart smash "I Still Can't Get Over Loving You"

Re-Mastered from the Original Master Tapes by Sean Brennan, at Battery Studio’s, New York

Woman Out Of Control is second solo album by American soul artist Ray Parker, Jr., which was released in 1983 on the Arista label.

With the proliferation of new music technology, Parker seized the moment to incorporate the technology on the album tracks like "Electronic Lover," "Invasion" and "N2U2." These merely became experimental endeavors.

The album is highly regarded with a consistent track set and there is probably a song here for everyone. Those who liked “The Other Woman” will enjoy the similarly rocky title track and “I Still Can't Get Over Loving You.”

“Every Breath You Take” became an atmospheric pop/rock hit ballad with Electro Funk fans, while the funky Prince/Andre Cymone guitar like lick on “Electronic Lover” is a must for any Ray Parker Jr’s., long term fan base.

“In The Heat Of The Night” is a certain cocktail bar single and a real smooth mover, which sits nicely on the album without setting the world on fire. “I Don't Wanna Know” became another nod back to the rock style of “The Other Woman,” while “N2U2” is most definitely the funkiest track on the release.

The re-mastering sound is crystal clear on Woman Out Of Control which shapes the album into a really must have for all Soul collectors. So pay your money and let’s see you make the right choice!

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