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Heartfelt (CD)

By: Fourplay

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1   Galaxia Buy Buy  
2   That's the Time Buy Buy  
3   Break it Out Buy Buy  
4   Rollin' Buy Buy  
5   Let's Make Love Buy Buy  
6   Heartfelt Buy Buy  
7   Tally Ho! Buy Buy  
8   Café L'Amour Buy Buy  
9   Ju-Ju Buy Buy  
10   Goin' Back Home Buy Buy  
11   Karma Buy Buy  

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It's hard to believe that this is the eighth Fourplay album. It seems that the group tried so hard to duplicate the commercial success of their first three albums that they sleepwalked through the next three. Now freed from the corporate culture of the monolithic record company they once answered to, the supergroup has re-energized and finally, after 10 years, surpassed the artistic success of their marvelous self-titled debut. It's as if some of their smooth-jazz slickness has been worn away, because Heartfelt actually shows there are some hard edges to the group. Oh sure, Harvey Mason's "That's the Time," Larry Carton's "Rollin,'" and Nathan East's "Let's Make Love," may find their way to radio and help push album sales, but on many of the tracks, including two they wrote collectively ("Galaxia," "Café L'Amour"), there's a bit too much sizzle for airplay. Carlton has really settled into the group and he actually has some burning guitar solos that will also never be heard on said staid airwaves. On a couple of tracks, Bob James echoes his very popular '70s keyboard sound, especially "Break It Out," which is very reminiscent of his classic "Westchester Lady." --Mark Ruffin

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