Satisfied (Rita Coolidge album)
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|Recorded||Sunset Sound Studios|
Booker T. Jones
|Rita Coolidge chronology|
Satisfied is a 1979 album by Rita Coolidge, released on A&M Records. The album is notable for containing Coolidge's comeback single, "I'd Rather Leave While I'm in Love", as well as for its perceived unique musical direction at the time of its release.
The album contains Coolidge's comeback single, "I'd Rather Leave While I'm in Love", as well as Coolidge's version of The Chiffons' "One Fine Day", which was also released as a single. The album has been described as comparable in significance to Dusty Springfield's Dusty in Memphis album, released ten years earlier.
- "One Fine Day" (Gerry Goffin, Carole King) – 4:00
- "The Fool in Me" (Dave Loggins, Randy Goodrum) – 4:21
- "Trust It All to Somebody" (Donna Weiss, Lenny Macaluso) – 4:11
- "Let's Go Dancin'" (Booker T. Jones) – 5:19
- "Pain of Love" (Johnny Bristol) – 4:00
- "I'd Rather Leave While I'm in Love" (Carole Bayer Sager, Peter Allen) – 3:29
- "Sweet Emotion" (Priscilla Jones) – 4:08
- "Crime of Passion" (Mary Unabsky, Danny Ironstone) – 4:57
- "Can She Keep You Satisfied" (Rita Coolidge, Priscilla Jones) – 4:46
- Joe Viglione, Review of Satisfied; www.allmusic.com.
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