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is the first album album recorded by the Latina R&B vocalist Angie Angela Bofill. It was produced by the GRP Records label heads Dave Grusin and Larry Rosen. It was released in 1978 on the GRP label; a digitally remastered version was released on Buddah Records in 2001.
Reception [ edit ]
The album was heralded
This Time I'll Be Sweeter", charted fairly well on the U.S R&B front. Being the first of her kind to do so, Bofill's sophisticated vocals would prove to have an effect on the jazz, Latin and urban contemporary music audiences of the time.
as a mild success, popularizing on some of the themes of the times. The song, "
Track listing [ edit ]
"Under The Moon And Over The Sky" - (
Angela Bofill) 5:45 "
This Time I'll Be Sweeter" - ( Gwen Guthrie, Patrick Grant) 4:21 "Baby, I Need Your Love" - (
Angela Bofill) 4:14 "Rough Times" - (
Ashford & Simpson) 4:41 "The Only Thing I Would Wish For" - (
Angela Bofill) 4:26 "Summer Days - 5:09
"Share Your Love" - (Derrik Hoitsma) 5:14
"Children Of The World United" - (
Angela Bofill) 5:51
Personnel [ edit ]
Angela Bofill: lead and backing vocals
Dave Grusin - electric piano, piano, percussion
Eric Gale - electric guitar
Buddy Williams, Steve Gadd - drums
Dave Valentin - flute bass guitar Richie Resnicoff - acoustic guitar
George Young - alto saxophone
Ralph MacDonald - Roger Squitero - percussion Eddie Daniels, George Young, Howard Johnson, Jim Pugh, Irvin Markowitz,
Marvin Stamm, Michael Brecker, Philip Bodner, Walt Levinsky - horns Barry Finclair, Charles Libove, Charles McCracken, Diana Halprin, Emanuel Vardi, Harry Cykman, John Pintavalle, Jonathon Abramowitz, K. La Mar Alsop, Matthew Raimondi, Max Ellen, Paul Gershman, Richard Sortomme - strings
Arthur Woodley, Cheryl Freeman, Clara Antoine, Members of the Dance Theater of Harlem Choral Ensemble, Irma LaGuerre, Lorraine Baucum, Raj McIntyre, Stacy Gaines, Sylvia Bhourne, Wilbur Archie - choir
David Nadien - concertmaster
Gwen Guthrie, Patti Austin, Vivian Cherry - backing vocals
R&B Jazz Albums
Singles [ edit ]
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