Label: 20th Century Records - 8-543 • Format: 8-Track Cartridge Album • Country: US • Genre: Funk / Soul • Style: Rhythm & Blues
For the love of the people that Barry White is singing at, click on this link back to the main page NOW! I Never Thought Id Fall In Love With You - Barry White - Sings For Someone You Love (8-Track Cartri Album Score: 6.
I've been scrolling down all of these Barry White album covers that I posted on my site so far, and I must say that these are all bringing be dangerously close to vomiting! Although, it won't happen all at once. Follow me, if you would, to a huge diversion that I am about to undergo Here is the first Barry White album cover: Now, this cover looks perfectly fine In fact, I'd even go so far as to say that it is friendly!
He has his loving hands extended, holding these fake people with an everlasting love and protection as if he were a spokesman for Allstate Insurance. Of course, being a spokesman of Allstate Insurance, he probably had just finished molesting them.
Here is another album cover that is perfectly okay. It features Barry White playing a piano that came with its own woman attached to it. Plus, the picture background appears to 我要問一問 - 葉麗儀* - 愛如夢又像風 been taken on a different planet, suggesting that Barry White, along with everybody else in the world, thought he deserved to be excommunicated from the planet Earth.
Now, this album cover is borderline tasteless. Although, it's not in particular that I find Barry White's mug utterly detestable He's one sexy thaaaaaaaang Baby blue panties were never the same. This was the most difficult picture that Barry White ever posed for. It shows a supreme amount of Barry Whitian self-control: he's not bothering the prostitute in the background.
Unfortunately, Barry White's band managers would not let the original cover appear on the album, which featured him stealing a pair of baby blue panties out of his mother's dresser, and they Even If Its Wrong - BR5-49* - Coast To Coast Live the last minute went to the local arcade and took a photograph of the junk inside a crane-grabber.
This photograph makes Barry White look as if he was a hard worker. Spending all hours of the night singing passionately in front of the panty-shedding youth.
Either that or he has the flu, and he's about to vomit all over that microphone. It depicts Barry sitting on a bar. The blur appearing in front of him are running-away women that he used his infallible sense of charm upon. Either that, or someone swatted a wasp on the photograph, and they decided to keep it because it might look like somebody knew what they were doing. And here is Barry White's head It is perhaps the most appropriate Barry White cover. This, the most disgusting album photo of them yet, is a picture of a broken old trinket resembling a bronzed tick that was taken on an old woman's thigh.
In conclusion, who knows what sort of artistic ambitions that Barry White's albums would have next? Would Serve It Up (Wah-Chu-Ku Vocal Mix I) - Clyde Feat.
Capitol A - Serve It Up be a picture of a dead rat? A picture of Barry White with pencils up his nostrils? A cup of tea? Sure as rain, his next ambition will have nothing to do with the music. The only thing different with this album, musically, is that Barry White doesn't write most of his I Never Thought Id Fall In Love With You - Barry White - Sings For Someone You Love (8-Track Cartri anymore.
Just as well Check out something funny I noticed when writing out the html title for this page. But most of these songs have some merits, so it's not excruciatingly dull.
Average Song Score: 7. Plus, the vast majority of these tracks overstay their welcome. Album Tilt: 7. Reviewing this wasn't quite as traumatic experience as it was for some of his previous albums! Artist Rating: 6. They're too danged long! This one, on the smooth soul end of the spectrum, is nearly 8 minutes long and tedious to the last drop. Plus, it's utterly dated.
Nevertheless, in the 'instrumental' end of the spectrum, it was nicely done. I'll give it that. That is, even though ABBA is the whitest band on the planet. I wish that he would learn that brevity is an asset! This one is just under seven minutes and it takes too long to start up and too long to conclude. Nevertheless, this is one of the more listenable Barry White songs. Those violins, though, are getting on my nerves.
This is also the first time that I understood why a song was a big Barry White hit You're So Good You're Bad 7. What's he doing? Something different? Alright, for the sheer merriment that Barry is doing something that doesn't sound like Blaxploitation music or too much like disco, I'm giving this one a 7. And, actually, the tune isn't too awful It might have gotten an 8 or an 8. I Week-End À Nanterre - Wunderbach - Wunderbach believe that I'm actually enjoying this!
Holy holy cow! I can't believe that this is actually under five minutes! The disco beat, here, is actually kind of nice. It's not a terribly dated disco beat, or anything Plus, the melody is actually catchy! I never thought that big, greasy-headed pimp-man Barry White had it in him.
Even under five minutes, though, it seems like the musical ideas were worn out by the first two. Never mind! After I called him a 'big, greasy-headed pimp-man' I feel kind of bad Gore - Various - STYLSS : Suicide Pact : Four it now! That doesn't mean I have to like his stupid, sappy songs.
This is one of those sappy and drudging romantic things that takes almost eight minutes to complete. Utterly tedious. But at least it doesn't provoke me to bang my head against very hard objects Or very soft objects for that matter It has a much better chance, though.
This is one of those songs that were probably better off not ever having been written. Nevertheless, I do like bits of the arrangement I just don't like the tune. Of All the Guys Blue Monday - Susie Hatton - Body And Soul the World 7. It also doesn't overstay its welcome!
It's right at four minutes. Talk about the issues of Barry Trite here if you feel so inclined.
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