Your Secret Love (Remastered) Luther Vandross

Album info

Album-Release:
1996

HRA-Release:
03.07.2019

Label: LV Records/Epic

Genre: R&B

Subgenre: Soul

Album including Album cover

I`m sorry!

Dear HIGHRESAUDIO Visitor,

due to territorial constraints and also different releases dates in each country you currently can`t purchase this album. We are updating our release dates twice a week. So, please feel free to check from time-to-time, if the album is available for your country.

We suggest, that you bookmark the album and use our Short List function.

Thank you for your understanding and patience.

Yours sincerely, HIGHRESAUDIO

  • 1Your Secret Love04:12
  • 2Love Don't Love You Anymore (Album Version)05:12
  • 3It's Hard For Me To Say Goodbye (Album Version)04:33
  • 4Crazy Love (Album Version)05:13
  • 5I Can Make It Better (Album Version)05:35
  • 6Too Proud To Beg (Album Version)04:50
  • 7I Can't Wait No Longer (Let's Do This) (Album Version)05:39
  • 8Nobody to Love05:45
  • 9Whether Or Not The World Gets Better (Album Version)05:31
  • 10This Time I'm Right (Album Version)05:07
  • 11Knocks Me off My Feet03:44
  • 12Goin' Out Of My Head05:16
  • Total Runtime01:00:37

Info for Your Secret Love (Remastered)



"Your Secret Love" is the tenth studio album by American R&B recording artist Luther Vandross, released on October 1, 1996 (see 1996 in music). The album's title track won the Grammy Award for Best Male R&B Vocal Performance and was nominated for Best R&B Song in 1997. It was his final album for Epic Records.

"Luther Vandross' tenth new studio album has much in common with its predecessors. It is filled with midtempo love ballads in which Vandross emotes over tasteful R&B gospel arrangements, mostly writing his own songs, but also finding room for a couple of pop favorites -- in this case, Stevie Wonder's "Knocks Me Off My Feet" and the old Little Anthony and the Imperials hit "Goin' Out of My Head." As steeped as he is in the nomenclature of R&B vocal expressionism, Vandross as usual sounds more self-involved than romantically devoted. His references have always seemed not so much real emotions as other love songs, which makes him something of an anomaly: a formalist in a field at least nominally defined by excess of feeling. Of course, that's always been something of a conceit, which may be why the traditional R&B audience faithfully takes Vandross to its bosom each time out, while his relationship to the pop audience, after a flirtation in the early '90s, remains largely unconsummated. He may profess "Endless Love," but pop fans are only willing to believe him when he's singing with a diva like Mariah Carey. Give Vandross credit, he wants to be taken on his own terms, which is why he released his own songs, the title track and "I Can Make It Better," as the singles instead of going for a trendy R&B hit with "I Can't Wait No Longer (Let's Do This)," which features a rap by Deidra "Spin" Roper of Salt-N-Pepa, or trying to make "Goin' Out of My Head" a pop hit for the third time. Such integrity is probably what kept the album from selling beyond Vandross' existing fan base; lucky for him, there were a million of them." (William Ruhlmann, AMG)

Digitally remastered

No biography found.

This album contains no booklet.

© 2010-2019 HIGHRESAUDIO