Don't Stop (Jeffrey Osborne album)

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Don't Stop
Studio album by Jeffrey Osborne
Released 1984
Recorded 1984
Genre R&B, Pop
Length 40:40
Label A&M
Producer George Duke
Jeffrey Osborne chronology
Stay with Me Tonight
Don't Stop

Don't Stop is the third solo album by Jeffrey Osborne, released in 1984.


Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
AllMusic 3/5 stars[1]
The Village Voice B+[2]

The album reached #39 on the Billboard 200 albums chart and #7 on the R&B album chart. The title song as well as the two other singles, "The Borderlines" and "Let Me Know", all reached #6, #7, and #44 on the R&B Singles Chart.

Track listing[edit]

  1. "Don't Stop" (David Batteau, Danny Sembello) 4:09
  2. "Let Me Know" (Geoffrey Brillhart Leib, Jeffrey Osborne) 5:26
  3. "The Borderlines" (Raymond Jones) 5:27
  4. "The Power" (Don Freeman, Warren Giancaterino, Jeffrey Osborne) 4:51
  5. "Is It Right" (Jeffrey Osborne, David Wolinski) 4:46
  6. "You Can't Be Serious" (Don Freeman, Jeffrey Osborne) 4:37
  7. "Crazy 'Bout Cha" (Don Freeman, Jeffrey Osborne) 3:31
  8. "Hot Coals" (Don Freeman, Jeffrey Osborne) 3:27
  9. "Live for Today" (David Batteau, Don Freeman, Jeffrey Osborne) 4:26


Year Album Chart positions
1983 Don't Stop 39 7


Year Single Chart positions
1984 "Don't Stop" 44 6
"The Borderlines" 38 7
1985 "Let Me Know" 44

In popular culture[edit]

Eden Capwell and Cruz Castillo danced to "The Borderlines" in a 1985 Santa Barbara episode where Osborne made a guest appearance as himself.