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Album Review

Endearing, sugar-coated, pop ditties of young love shape Lattisaw's final effort for Cotillion, which sadly went unnoticed. Age 18 when she recorded I'm Not the Same Girl, Lattisaw's voice had reached a nice maturity, yet didn't sound too old to sing youthful tunes here like "Together" and "Coming Alive." Her reading of the Michael Masser ballad, "I Thought It Took a Little Time," is more authentic and accessible than Diana Ross' 1976 version, and she lends equal conviction to "Now We're Starting Over Again," later recorded by Natalie Cole on her Good to Be Back album. The up-tempo tunes are just as strong, as evidenced by the fiery titletrack and the bright "Can't Stop Thinking About You." ~ Justin M. Kantor, Rovi

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One of My Favorite Stacy Albums

I'm Not The Same Girl is one of my favorite Stacy Lattisaw albums. Every song is good from beginning to the end. It includes upbeat songs such as "Coming Alive," "Toughen Up" and "Can't Stop Thinking About You" and the ballads "He's Just Not You," "Now We're Starting Over Again," and a cover of Diana Ross' "I Thought it Took A Little Time." This is a good album and if you're a Stacy Lattisaw fanatic, I totally recommend this!!

I Forgot How Good it Was!!

I forgot how good this entire album was!!! I had (for years) been searching for a CD or downloadable version of the single song "I'm Not the Same Girl" (because I only had the vinyl album). I listening to these song previews, I realized how much I had actually enjoyed the ENTIRE album, not just the title track. All the songs are winners. Amazing that great albums like this didn't sell well initially. Oh well ... I'M SO HAPPY NOW!!!

Not Stacy

Many fans had stated that this was her worst album (even Stacy saying it herself), but after listening to the tracks myself, they were right. These songs were not for her, but it was forced down her throat. Only the title track stands out, but as for the rest of the songs (in Stacy's words), they were Whitney Houston rejects. Her previous albums were good to outstanding, but this was what closed the deal with Collition records before her re-jumpstart in her career when she moved to motown records in 1986. It is a shame that this album is available on itunes, and her next album Take Me All The Way is the only Stacy Lattisaw album not on itunes. C'mon itunes, step it up!!


Born: November 25, 1966 in Washington D.C.

Genre: R&B/Soul

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

When she was a teenager in the early '80s, urban soul singer Stacy Lattisaw had a string of Top 40 R&B hits, with three songs -- "Let Me Be Your Angel," "Love on a Two Way Street," and "Miracles" -- crossing over to the pop mainstream. Lattisaw recorded her first album for Cotillion Records at the age of 12 in 1979, under the direction of producer Van McCoy. However, it wasn't until she hooked up with Narada Michael Walden, a former drummer with the Mahavishnu Orchestra who was just beginning a career...
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I'm Not the Same Girl, Stacy Lattisaw
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  • $7.99
  • Genres: R&B/Soul, Music, Quiet Storm
  • Released: 1985

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