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In the early '70s, Barry White took the new freedoms accorded to soul artists to new extremes of lushness and over-the-top romanticism. Stone Gon' was the second White album in the veteran composer-producer's new guise as super-emperor of the bedroom, offering five tracks running between five and ten minutes each. Two cuts became early entries in his long string of insistently ardent hits: "Honey Please, Can't Ya See" recalled Thom Bell's recent work with the Spinners, while "Never Never Gonna Give Ya Up" married White's style to the rhythmic innovations of disco. The latter, in fact, all but encapsulates the sensual urgency that listeners think of when they consider Barry White. Excellent albums like this one ensure that they'll be considering him for a long time to come.

Customer Reviews

Barry White is the BEST! Buy it!

Barry White is the BEST! Buy it! Best of the album is NEVER but the rest rocks! BUY IT NOW! P.S. I love Girl it's True! & Honey Please too.

stone gon

this is one of his best album

Barry White Stone Gon' A Must Have Disco Classic!!!

All These 70's albums were ground breakers...gotta have these tunes or the cd... Get Dancin' EG


Born: September 12, 1944 in Galveston, TX

Genre: R&B/Soul

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

Say the name Barry White and you'd be hard pressed to follow it with the name of any other recording artist with such a huge, cross-sectional following. He was at home appearing on Soul Train, guesting with a full band on The Today Show, and appearing in cartoon form in various episodes of The Simpsons. During the '70s, Dinah Shore devoted a full hour of her daily syndicated Dinah! show to White. While there was a period where Barry White wasn't releasing records or making the pop charts, he did...
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