Circumstantial Evidence (album)

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Circumstantial Evidence
Studio album by
ReleasedJune 19, 1987
Recorded1986 at Galaxy Sound Studios, Hollywood, CA, Silverlake Studio, Hollywood, CA
ProducerL.A. Reid & Babyface For Deelesongz Inc, Jerry Peters, Bernadette Cooper
Shalamar chronology
Circumstantial Evidence
Wake Up
Professional ratings
Review scores
Allmusic2/5 stars[1]

Circumstantial Evidence is the ninth album by American R&B group Shalamar, produced by L.A. Reid & Babyface, Jerry Peters, and Klymaxx founding member Bernadette Cooper. Released in 1987 on the SOLAR label. The line-up on this album is Delisa Davis, Micki Free and Sydney Justin, the latter having replaced Howard Hewett, who had left the group in 1986 to pursue a solo career.

Circumstantial Evidence peaked at #29 on the R&B chart but failed to register on the Billboard chart.

Track listing[edit]

Side one
1."Circumstantial Evidence"Babyface, L.A.4:52
2."Games"Charles Muldrow, Sid Johnson, Bruce Robinson, Jeffrey Wilson6:09
3."Love's Grown Deep"Kenny Nolan4:41
4."Playthang"L.A., Babyface, Sid Johnson, Stephen Page4:07
Side two
5."Female"Bernadette Cooper4:58
6."Born 2 Love"Delisa Davis, Michael Wells3:49
7."Worth Waitin' 4"Jerry Peters5:27
8."Imaginary Love"Etienne4:08


  • Micki Free - lead & backing vocals, lead guitar, rhythm guitar
  • Sydney Justin - lead & backing vocals, keyboards
  • Delisa Davis - lead & backing vocals, keyboards
  • Babyface - keyboards, rhythm guitar, backing vocals
  • Kayo - bass, backing vocals
  • L.A. - drums (all tracks, except "Female" and "Worth Waitin' For")
  • Bernadette Cooper - bass, drums, keyboards ("Female"); rap ("Imaginary Love")
  • Jerry Peters - bass, keyboards, drums ("Worth Waitin' For")
  • Gerald Albright - saxophone ("Worth Waitin' For")
  • Michael Hightower - drums, keyboards, programming ("Female")
  • "Roman" Jordan - keyboards ("Female")
  • Larry Leeds - programming ("Female")
  • Eddie M - saxophone ("Playthang")
  • Craig Cooper - guitar, drums, synthesizer ("Worth Waitin' For")
  • Hami Dair - guitar ("Imaginary Love")
  • Etienne - keyboards, bass ("Imaginary Love")
  • Pebbles - backing vocals
  • Melvin Edmonds - backing vocals
  • Debra Hurd - backing vocals
  • Dee Bristol - backing vocals



"Circumstantial Evidence" (US R&B #30)
"Games" (US R&B #11)


  1. ^ Hanson, Amy. "Shalamar – Circumstantial Evidence". AllMusic. Retrieved December 27, 2014.
  2. ^ Shalamar - Circumstantial Evidence Retrieved 2-8-2014.

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