Complete your Linda Clifford collection. I Had A Talk With My Man. 6:15. It Don't Hurt No More. I'm Yours (Cass, Album). Curtom Record Company, Inc. 4XT-12131.
I Had A Talk With My Man. Written-By – B. Davis, L. Caston. A3. Written-By – I. Hayes. Arranged By – Gil AskeyProducer – Gil Askey, Michael GoreWritten-By – D. Pitchford, M. Gore. Backing Vocals – Diane Evans, Diane Davis, Linda Clifford, Pat Lewis, Rose Williams. Bass – Derek Galbraith. Engineer – Fred Breitberg, Joe Neil. Engineer – Brett Richardson. Engineer – Isaac Hayes, Joe Neil. Engineer – Joe Neil.
Linda Clifford (born June 14, 1948, New York City) is an American R&B, disco and house music singer and actress, who scored hits from the 1970s to the 1980s, most notably "If My Friends Could See Me Now", "Bridge over Troubled Water", "Runaway Love" and "Red Light". - - "It Don't Hurt No More" - "I Had a Talk with My Man". Retrieved 2014-10-10.
Artist: Linda Clifford Title Of Album: Runaway Love (comp. Year Of Release: 2001 Label (Catalog Neon Records Country: USA Genre: Funk, Soul, Disco Quality: FLAC (image+.
Linda Clifford was born in New York City, New York, USA. One shouldn't ask a lady about her birth but I, Discoguy, had to specifically ask Linda about her birth date; There seems to be some confusion about your birth date, I have information of June 14, 1944 as well as August 20, 1944 and June 14, 1948. Which is correct? "I've heard those rumors too, but my actual birth date is, June 14, 1948". and "Red Light", "I Had A Talk With My Man" and "If You Let Me" were single releases off the album, an album that would become Mrs. Clifford's final LP for Curtom/RSO. The track, in its Club Mix, was included in the subsequent 1982 album I'll Keep Loving You.
Linda Clifford said, "'All the Man I Need' was actually written for my husband and myself. I recorded it in 1980, when I recorded 'Red Light' from the movie Fame. Whitney Houston recorded it years later. She had gotten out of a bad marriage some years earlier and when Michael Gore and Dean Pitchford saw how happy Linda and Nick were together, the song kind of wrote itself.
After achieving moderate success with Let Me Be Your Woman in 1979, Linda Clifford doubled her workload and cranked out another album before the year ended. This time out, she worked with an array of producers, writers, and arrangers that includes everyone from Curtis Mayfield to Philadelphia soul king Norman Harris. As a result, the finished product feels like "music by committee": polished and professional, yet dull and thoroughly devoid of personality.
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|A||I Had A Talk With My Man||3:30|
Written-By – Isaac Hayes
- Producer – Isaac Hayes
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout (Label Side A): S97265A
- Matrix / Runout (Label Side B): S97270
|P-4958||Linda Clifford||I Had A Talk With My Man (7", Single, Promo)||Capitol Records||P-4958||US||1980|