This is what we are missing in today's R&B (what the early 90's were filled with) "GROOVE". Music just felt great and was honest.
When you heard "Love Thang" or "Let Me Be The One", in 93, you instantly got your party on (whoppin' harder than a mutha :-) I purchased the cassette back then and a few years later after wearing that tape out I went out and got the CD.
Even today when I want to cruise in the car to some throwbacks, my first grab is this disc.
To top it off to those listening to what me and my friends are listening to in the car . . . we ride up pumping Intro real hard out of respect to such a great group, songwriter (Kenny) great memories, and pure enjoyment.
Songs like "Anything For You" or "Don't Leave Me" had that classic smooth favor (formula) that always worked. For the musicians out there that know what I'm talking about, it was in that moving bass-line progression 1-5-9.
The songs on this CD had a way back then to communicate with our inner feelings, and brought them out. We can all remember when we hear these songs today that person we were in love with, "the high school crush", Prom, who we broke up with, etc.
"It's All About You" had that strong new jack element and made you wanna dance, while "Come Inside" had you working on your swagger to impress the ladies. The "Come Inside" dialog section had every young man eager! It was definitely on my slow jam tape.
Lastly "Ribbon In The Sky" was an incredible rendition, very romantic. If you somehow have forgotten the Intro legacy, please go buy it or dust off the CD you have just sitting around and give it some spins. Grab your lover and enjoy each other and the music.