Put Me in Your Mix

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Put Me in Your Mix
Studio album by Barry White
Released October 8, 1991 (North America)
October 21, 1991 (international)
Recorded 1990–1991
Genre R&B, Soul, Funk
Length 64:59 (North America)
73:11 (international)
Label A&M/PolyGram Records
215 377 (North America)
397 170 (international)
Producer Barry White
Jack Perry
Howard Johnson
Barry White chronology
The Man Is Back!
(1989)
Put Me in Your Mix
(1991)
The Icon Is Love
(1994)
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 3/5 stars link

Put Me in Your Mix is a 1991 album by R&B singer Barry White. Regarded as a return to form, with exemplary slow jams, it was the second album of his comeback phase and contained the smash title track. The album also contained production akin to contemporary R&B, featuring electronic instrumentation and, particularly, the presence of a Linn Drum combined with White’s traditional symphonic arrangements. Glodean White sang back-up vocals, and Isaac Hayes sang duet on “Dark and Lovely (You over There).” The album reached number 98 on the Billboard Hot 100 and number 8 on the Billboard top R&B albums chart.

Track listing[edit]

  1. Let's Get Busy – 4:43
  2. Love is Good with You – 6:10
  3. For Real Chill – 5:49
  4. Break it Down with You – 6:24
  5. Volare – 5:45
  6. Put Me in Your Mix – 7:35
  7. Who You Giving Your Love To – 5:26
  8. Love Will Find Us – 7:07
  9. We're Gonna Have it All – 5:55
  10. Dark and Lovely (You over There) [duet with Isaac Hayes] – 10:05
International bonus track
11. Sho' You Right [Remix] – 8:02