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Men Cry Too (feat. Gerald Alston & Blue Lovett)

The Manhattans

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Men DO cry too. I cried when I bought this album.

I have to say after hearing Gerald Alston's tribute to Sam Cooke, this is a MAJOR disappointment. After hearing Sly Stone's version so many times, maybe I'm spoiled but I thought 'Everyday People' was a bad choice for this album. 'Shorty' is basically the Manhattans' new version of 'Shining Star'. Most of the words are the same but instead of 'honey', they use 'shorty'. They also have someone named Screechy Dan on the album on ALL 3 versions of 'Shorty'. Reggae is his thing. There's an R&B version, a Reggae version & a House Mix version of the song. Picture 'Shining Star' being sung to HOUSE music! I understand the attempt to try to reach younger audiences and expand the fan base but this is NOT how to do it. I'm 34 and I love the original songs. To me, this is an good way to help tarnish your reputation with not only the younger audiences but the fans who bought the original albums.

Biography

Formed: 1962 in Jersey City, NJ

Genre: R&B/Soul

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

The Manhattans were one of those classic R&B vocal groups who manage to achieve incredible career longevity by adapting their style to fit changing times. Formed in the '60s as a doo wop-influenced R&B quintet, the Manhattans reinvented themselves as sweet smooth soul balladeers during the '70s. In doing so, they somehow overcame the death of lead singer George Smith, and with new frontman Gerald Alston became more popular than they'd ever been, landing an across-the-board number one hit...
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