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An All-True Man!

Generally speaking, Alexander O'Neal filled a hole left empty by many male soul singers in the 1980's -- more Teddy Pendergrass than Marvin Gaye, Mr. O'Neal was, and still is such an original. He helped to put Jam & Lewis on the map as much as Janet Jackson did -- and his few collaborations with Cherelle had a Marvin and Tammi feel -- updated and a little rougher. It is great to see his catalog get some respect from iTunes finally. This particular set of songs was less successful than some of his earlier collections, but what a true classic it really is. This singer is the real deal and remembered by most of us true soul music lovers as an 80's / 90's blueprint of male "realness."

All True Fan!!

Yeah, it's really good to see itunes put all of Alex's music out. And of course, Flytyme baing the force behind the music is always a plus. This was an 'underrated' album for sure.

Underated album

Good album considering Jam & Lewis weren't apart of it.....artist's have to move on at some point but Alex did a good job on this one.


Born: November 15, 1953 in Natchez, MS

Genre: R&B/Soul

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

This Minneapolis, Minnesota (via Natchez, Mississippi) soul man cut his teeth in the Time but bounced before the band signed with Warner Bros. His tough voice has the same grain and range as that of Otis Redding. Like that master, Alexander O'Neal was comfortable with pumping dancefloor burners and slinky couch-cuddlers. He's certainly the best singer Jimmy Jam and Terry Lewis have ever produced, and the strength of his material and his robust voice can be heard on releases including 1985's Alexander...
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