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Album Review

On Just for You, Gladys Knight is joined by some of the most successful producers in the urban contemporary field, including George Duke, Jimmy Jam & Terry Lewis, Babyface (who had parted company with L.A. Reid) and Attala Zane Giles. The result is a decent R&B/pop effort that, although not in a class with Knight's classic Motown and Buddha recordings with the Pips, has more strengths than weaknesses. The singer's voice had held up impressively well over the years, and she uses it advantageously on a superb cover of the Impressions' 1969 classic "Choice of Colors" (clearly the highlight of the CD), as well as such memorable offerings as the gospel-influenced "Guilty" (a commentary on racism and sexism that makes its point without preaching) and the stirring ballad "Home Alone." The CD isn't essential, but it's generally honest, well-executed and satisfying.

Customer Reviews

End Of The Road

The final song on this album is a live version of Boys II Men's "End Of The Road" The monologue on this track is priceless. Talking about the lack of meaningful good music. Miss Knight you made me fall in love with this performance. I have it on my ipod and listen to it often. This album is worth buying just for that song.

Under rated

Mrs.Knight is the most under rated voices of our time. Great album! A must have if you like old-fashion soul.

Glorious Gladys

Gladys Knight - still one of the great voices in music, still one of the best interpreters of song. Whether of the Curtis Mayfield-penned CHOICE OF COLORS to the beautifully interpreted ballads like I DON'T WANT TO KNOW and HOME ALONE...and she pulls out ALL the stops with the END OF THE ROAD medly. A great album from a great songstress...


Born: May 28, 1944 in Atlanta, GA

Genre: R&B/Soul

Years Active: '50s, '60s, '70s, '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s

One of the great soul singers, Gladys Knight was a performer from her childhood years, forming the Pips with her brother Merald and a couple cousins. They made the Top Ten in 1961 with the heavily doo wop-influenced "Every Beat of My Heart," and recorded some fine, nowadays overlooked pop-soul sides for the Fury and Maxx labels in the early and mid-'60s, sometimes under the direction of songwriter Van McCoy. A couple singles from this period, "Letter Full of Tears" and "Giving Up," made the Top 40,...
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