Turnin' On

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Turnin' On
High Inergy-Turnin' On Album Cover 1977.jpg
Studio album by High Inergy
Released 1977
Genre R&B
Label Gordy
Producer Kent Washburn
Al Willis & Dee Ervin
Jimmy Holiday
High Inergy chronology
Turnin' On
Steppin' Out
(1978)Steppin' Out1978
Professional ratings
Review scores
AllMusic4.5/5 stars[1]

Turnin' On was the first and most successful album by the group High Inergy. It was released on Motown's Gordy label in 1977.[1]

The album was mostly produced by Kent Washburn, who produced all but three songs from album. He produced "You Can't Turn Me Off (In the Middle of Turning Me On)" and "Love is All You Need," the two singles off of the album.[2]

The album reached #6 on Billboard's Black Album charts and #28 on their Top 200 Pop Album charts.[1]

Track listing[edit]

Side One:

  1. "Love is All You Need" (Clay Drayton)
  2. "You Can't Turn Me Off (In the Middle of Turning Me On)" (Pam Sawyer, Marilyn McLeod)
  3. "Some Kinda Magic" (Al Willis)
  4. "Searchin' (I've Got to Find My Love)" (Gary Washburn, Barbara Mitchell, Troy Laws, Kent Washburn)

Side Two:

  1. "Ain't No Love Left (In My Heart for You)" (Clay Drayton, Tamy Smith)
  2. "Let Me Get Close to You" (Faye Usher)
  3. "Save It for a Rainy Day" (James Ingram, Merria Ross)
  4. "Could This Be Love" (James Ingram, Merria Ross)
  5. "High School" (Jimmy Holiday, Mel Bolton, Troy Laws, Friendly Womack)


  1. ^ a b c AllMusic review
  2. ^ Turnin' On (Media notes). High Inergy. Hollywood, California: Gordy Records. 1977.