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1980 and 1981 were Sylvia Striplin's biggest years. Fresh from her brief but crucial role in Norman Connors' Aquarian Dream, another essential figure in the jazz-funk phenomenon, Roy Ayers, provided multiple outlets for the sweet-voiced singer. Shortly after Striplin released an album with Ayers' Eighties Ladies' project, she broke out with a solo album. Both of these releases were issued on Ayers' Uno Melodic label, and while they didn't reach full-blown crossover status on the R&B charts, they eventually became rare groove favorites. Ayers, assisted by James Bedford, produced and arranged this affair, but Striplin truly is the star; her voice is neither booming nor wailing, maintaining a youthful but powerful sweetness throughout eight songs that stick to sophisticated R&B constructs. Not a single track is weak, but a few stand out: the slinky, oft-sampled "You Can't Turn Me Away" (its squelching effects should be familiar to any hip-hop fan) shows Striplin at her most sultry. "Give Me Your Love" is an irresistible up-tempo number full of drive and punch, while the low-key and feather-light "All Alone" benefits from subtle string arrangements. One who is into Ayers and/or polished early-'80s R&B cannot afford to overlook this.


Gênero: R&B/Soul

Anos em atividade: '80s, '90s

Vocalist Sylvia Striplin joined Aquarian Dream for the jazz-funk/disco group's second album and stayed with them through their early-'80s breakup. Shortly after that, she became associated with Roy Ayers and his Uno Melodic label; not only was she part of the short-lived Eighties Ladies project guided by Ayers (which released a lone album, Ladies of the '80s, on Uno Melodic in 1980), but she also released some solo material with significant help from the jazz-funk legend. An excellent single with...
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Give Me Your Love, Sylvia Striplin
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