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Album Review

After working with producer T. Life on her first three albums (1977's Smooth Talk, 1979's Music Box, and 1980's Call on Me), Evelyn "Champagne" King changed producers for her fourth album, I'm in Love — a generally excellent release that found the singer being commercially and creatively revitalized. Half of the songs were produced by Kashif associate Morrie Brown (with Kashif and Lawrence Jones serving as associate producers), while the other half were produced by Willie Lester and Rodney Brown. Either way, I'm in Love is King's most rewarding and commercially successful effort since Smooth Talk, and she is undeniably inspired on gems that range from the funky title song (a major hit that Kashif wrote) and the assertive "If You Want My Lovin'" to the ballads "Don't Hide Our Love" and "The Best Is Yet to Come." An interesting tidbit: with I'm in Love, King temporarily dropped the "Champagne" from her name and simply went by Evelyn King — however, she went back to calling herself Evelyn "Champagne" King with 1983's Face to Face. If you only have a few King albums in your collection, I'm In Love should be among them.


Born: 01 July 1960 in New York, NY [The Bronx]

Genre: R&B/Soul

Years Active: '70s, '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s

R&B singer Evelyn "Champagne" King came to fame during the disco era and remained prominent through much of the '80s with over two dozen charting singles. Born July 1, 1960, in the Bronx, she had a showbiz lineage. Her uncle was actor/singer/dancer Avon Long, who first played Sportin' Life in the play Porgy and Bess and later starred in the '70s play Bubblin' Brown Sugar. Her father, Erik King, was a singer and often augmented groups that appeared at New York's Apollo Theater. By her teens, King...
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