I paid big money for this album, but it was worth it.
This album was long lost it the list of deleted albums that with time became timeless `old school classics'.
The tilted track, Take It To The Limit is an absolute high steppin' gem.
Norman Connors was the Quincy Jones of his time, always employing top notch songwriters and using his skills to bring together singers that were at their peak and putting them together with talented musicians under the umbrella of his production.
Just to make the point, on this album, the Jones Girls, Leon Ware and Jean Carn only make it as background vocalists!
I Don't Need Nobody Else is a great `Caister' dance classic, which feature Al Johnson. Glen Jones leaves us speechless with Melancholy Fire.
This album is expensive, from what I can see, but I say 2 things:
1. This album is a Japanese import, deleted elsewhere around the world
2. It is timeless and a must for the serious music lovers and collectors
The reality is, when it gone, it's gone!