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Short of expanded reissues of Joyce Sims' albums for the Sleeping Bag label — 1987’s Come into My Life and 1989’s All About Love — this two-disc compilation is as exhaustive as it is going to get. It covers a significant chunk of the proper album material, as well as the singles and their accompanying club mixes — a fair portion of which appears on CD for the first time. Naturally, each one of Sims' charting ‘80s singles is included: “All and All,” “Come into My Life” (easily the best surrogate, low-budget Loose Ends song recorded), “Love Makes a Woman” (her duet with Jimmy Castor), “Walk Away,” “Looking for a Love,” and “All About Love.”

Biography

Born: 1959 in Rochester, NY

Genre: Dance

Years Active: '80s, '90s

An often enticing and enchanting vocalist, Joyce Sims hasn't emerged as a disco diva with crossover appeal despite making some excellent singles. Born in Rochester, Sims formally studied music in college, learning a number of instruments. An agent introduced her to Ron Resnick of Sleeping Bag Records, who signed her in 1986. Her biggest hit was "Come Into My Life" in 1987, her only Top Ten record. But, both "(You Are) My All and All" and her remake of "Love Makes A Woman" with Jimmy Castor...
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