Instant Love

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Instant Love
Studio album by Cheryl Lynn
Released June 11, 1982 (June 11, 1982)
Genre R&B, Soul
Length 38:21
Label Columbia
Producer Luther Vandross
Cheryl Lynn chronology
In the Night
(1981)
Instant Love
(1982)
Preppie
(1983)
Singles from Instant Love
  1. "Instant Love"
    Released: May 13, 1982
  2. "If This World Were Mine"
    Released: September 04, 1982
  3. "Look Before You Leap"
    Released: November 11, 1982

Instant Love is an 1982 album by American singer Cheryl Lynn, released on Columbia Records. Luther Vandross produced the album and also performed a duet with Lynn on "If This World Were Mine", a cover of the original recording by Marvin Gaye and Tammi Terrell. The arrangements were by Luther Vandross, Marcus Miller and Nat Adderley, Jr. The album peaked at #7 on the R&B album charts and #133 on The Billboard 200.

Coming off of his success with Aretha Franklin's "Jump to It," Cheryl and Luther delivered the title cut as a first single, but it only reached #16 on the R&B charts. The two artists did however make an impact with their duet on a remake of the Marvin Gaye & Tammi Terrell classic "If This World Were Mine" which became the biggest hit (#4 R&B) off of this album. A third single, "Look Before You Leap", stalled out at #77 on the R&B charts.[1]

Track listing[edit]

  1. "Instant Love" - 5:12 (Luther Vandross, Marcus Miller)
  2. "Sleep Walkin'" - 6:27 (Vandross, Miller)
  3. "Day After Day" - 4:36 (Tawatha Agee)
  4. "Look Before You Leap" - 4:04 (David Batteau, Michael Sembello)
  5. "Say You'll Be Mine" - 5:07 (Agee, Kevin Robinson)
  6. "I Just Wanna Be Your Fantasy" - 4:04 (Cheryl Lynn, George Smith III)
  7. "Believe in Me" - 3:24 (Ashford & Simpson)
  8. "If This World Were Mine" (with Luther Vandross) - 5:27 (Marvin Gaye)
  • Bonus Tracks (2012 UK BBR Re-issue)

9. "Instant Love" (single edit) - 3:58

10. "If This World Were Mine" (with Luther Vandross) (single edit) - 4:00

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References[edit]

  1. ^ "Cheryl Lynn - Instant Love - charts". AllMusic. Retrieved 2014-02-21.