Say It Again (Jermaine Stewart album)

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Say It Again
Studio album by Jermaine Stewart
Released 1987
Recorded 1986 - 1987 at Sunset Sound Factory, O'Henry Sound Studios, & Larrabee Sound (Los Angeles, CA), Conway Recording Studios, & Cherokee Recording Studio (Hollywood, CA)
Genre R&B/Soul, Dance-pop
Length 49:12
52:47 (European version)
Label Arista, 10 Records, Siren Records
Producer Jerry Knight, Aaron Zigman, & André Cymone
Jermaine Stewart chronology
Frantic Romantic
(1986)
Say It Again
(1987)
What Becomes a Legend Most
(1989)

Say It Again is a 1987 album by Jermaine Stewart. It was released in 1987 on Arista Records; his second full-length album for the label. The title track was a moderate chart hit.

Track listing[edit]

  1. "Don't Talk Dirty to Me" (André Cymone, Jody Watley) - 4:42
  2. "Say It Again" (Bunny Sigler, Carol Davis) - 4:09
  3. "Get Lucky" (Errol Brown, Simon Climie) - 3:59
  4. "Got to Be Love" (Cymone, Stewart) - 4:48
  5. "Dress It Up" (Cymone, Stewart, Watley) - 4:46
  6. "Don't Have Sex with Your Ex" (Paul Gurvitz, Stewart) - 4:24
  7. "Is It Really Love?" (Cymone, Watley) - 4:37
  8. "Call It a Miracle" (Danny Sembello, Bruce Gaitsch) - 4:27
  9. "Eyes" (Lauren) - 4:50
  10. "My House" (Bruce Woolley, Watley) - 4:53
  11. "She's a Teaser" (Gurvitz, Evan Pace) - 3:39

European Bonus Track

  1. "My Body" (Cymone, Stewart) - 3:35

Outtakes:

  1. "You Promise", included on the "Say It Again" b-side single
  2. "Imagine", included on the "Get Lucky" b-side single and on the album Attention
  3. "Places", included on the "Don't Talk Dirty to Me" b-side single and on the album Attention
  4. "Search", included on the "Is It Really Love" b-side single and on the album Attention
  5. "Attention", included on the album Attenton

Chart performance[edit]

Chart (1987) Peak
position
UK Albums Chart[1] 32
U.S. Billboard 200[2] 98
U.S. Billboard R&B/Hip-Hop Albums Chart[3] 45

Personnel[edit]

Musicians

  • Jermaine Stewart - lead and backing vocals
  • André Cymone - all instruments
  • Jerry Knight - all instruments, backing vocals
  • Aaron Zigman - all instruments
  • Greg Porter - guitar solo on track 5
  • Marty Walsh - guitar solo on track 8
  • Jerry Hey - horn section on tracks 2 & 11
  • Bill Reichenbach - horn section on tracks 2 & 11
  • Kim Hutchcroft - horn section on tracks 2 & 11
  • Larry Williams - sax solo on track 11
  • Michael Lacata - drum fills on track 8
  • Paulinho Da Costa - percussion on track 10
  • Marva King - backing vocals
  • Muffy Hendrix - backing vocals
  • Angel Rogers - backing vocals
  • Jody Watley - backing vocals
  • Wanda Hutchinson-Vaughn - backing vocals
  • Pam Hutchinson - backing vocals
  • James Ingram - backing vocals
  • Josie James - backing vocals
  • Deneice Williams - backing vocals
  • Jackie James - backing vocals on tracks 3 & 9

Production

  • Bobby Brooks - engineer
  • Coke Johnson - engineer
  • Ta Avi Mote - engineer
  • Victor Flores - engineer
  • Keith Cohen - engineer
  • Mick Guzauski - engineer
  • Gary Wagner - engineer
  • Csaba Petocz - engineer
  • Jared Held - assistant engineer
  • Jimmy Preziosi - assistant engineer
  • Jeff Lorenzen - assistant engineer
  • Elmer Flores - assistant engineer
  • John Arrias - additional engineer
  • Jamie Yvette Snyder-Newman - production coordinator (André Cymone)
  • Clive Davis - executive producer

Note[edit]

  • In the booklet, engineer "Jarod Held" is credited as "Jared Held", vocalist "Deniece Williams" as "Denise Williams" and vocalist "Wanda Vaughn" as "Wanda Hutchinson-Vaughn".

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