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  • Audio CD (5 Mar 1990)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: CD
  • Label: Ace
  • ASIN: B0000263IS
  • Average Customer Review: 3.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1 customer review)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 330,986 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. He's A Freak, Undercover
2. I Found Lovin'
3. Rasta Jam
4. I Wanna Be Your Lover
5. Wide Glide
6. I Love Your Body Language
7. Please Stay

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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Antony May TOP 1000 REVIEWER on 27 July 2010
Format: Audio CD
'With Love' failed to gain a U.K release back in 1983. Even when 'I Found Lovin' was remixed and became a top 10 hit in 1984 the album remained 'in the can' this side of the atlantic. Listening to the album you can understand exactly why. Tracks like opener 'He's A Freak (Undercover)' and 'Wide Glide' are totally uninspired lyrically and amount to the kind of song Fatback all too often filled their albums with. Sure, both songs are funky in their own way but neither have the class, style, soul and groove of 'I Found Lovin' - a truly inspired song. 'Rasta Jam' is even worse, a 'funk meets reggae' groover it falls flat on its face and only goes to advertise how careless Fatback were when it came to writing material for their albums.

So, what else do you get bar 'I Found Lovin' (found here in only it's 7" mix 4min 10 secs) for your money?

Well, 'I Wanna Be Your Lover' may not be lyrical genius but it has class and is a nice mid-tempo groover with some good vocals and snyth fills. 'I Like Your Body Language' fits roughly the same mould but has more of a soul edge than funk and 'Please Stay' is a long, slow 'Is This The Future' styled rap with a hint of jazz and blues amidst the funk. All three are a worthwhile addition to your Fatback collection but, if you are specifically looking for dance floor funkers, there's nothing bar 'I Found Lovin' on this collection to make it worth a purchase.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
The was the jam back in the day! 4 Nov 2004
By Bebina40 - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD Verified Purchase
If you're a fan of '80s funk, you have got to pick this up. All of the Fatback band music was jamming, but this record was one of my favorites. Not only for their hit "I found lovin'", but the whole album just makes you want to jump up and dance. It really lifts you up. I also recommend their other CD, "Is this the future?" Indeed.
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From Fatback With Love 19 April 2011
By Andre S. Grindle - Published on Amazon.com
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You got to give Fatback credit for never making the same album twice. Even though they have many distinct periods each one of their albums adopts a flavor that's very distinctly it's own. This album actually arrives later the same year as their Is This the Future? although on this set the electro sound is a lot more prominant in the overall production,especially the hand claps and layers of thudding live drums and rolling drum machines that are used throughout songs such as "He's A Freak,Undercover","I Wanna Be Your Lover" and "I Love Your Body Language". These songs are all actually very hard funk for this era and it's the electronics in a way that makes them all the harder edged. Of course the most defining tune on here is "I Found Lovin'",a very popular (on both pop and R&B ends) Fatback single featuring just about the perfect combination of catchy melody,layered synths and one of the meanest bass/guitar licks of the era. The tune is so memorable is that it caught the attention of modern day R&B diva Ashanti who covered it on her Chapter II,an album that's actually worth checking out as the cover alone is fantastic and true to the original-the only way to do it in the case of a song like this.

There are also a couple unusual songs here;the reggae rhythm of "Rasta Man" is an excellent change of pace,if slightly typical for the era and features some P-Funk like high pitched "video game chipmunk" style voices for the lead vocals. "Wide Glide" is a strong groove but,perhaps in an attempt to catch the Jam/Lewis hard electro attack of the early SOS Band work the drums thunder and the the synthesizer leads wail just a little too loud and stronger than they should perhaps. I wouldn't call it obnoxious by any means but rather overwelming. The final cut is a personal favorite of mine "Please Stay",a slower sensually glossy jazzy-funk piece which is lighter on the electronics but features an excellent,poetically pleading Barry White style spoken word vocal (not quite a rap exactly) courtesy of Gerry Bledsoe. As what amounts up to one of Fatback's more rhythmically tough and harmonically dynamic album of the 80's there are a lot of surprises here,especially for those who think of Fatback as offering up little more than high quality groove music. But funk by it's nature is an expansive music for those who know it well so for those who do this album is more than a pleasent surprise.
old school 10 July 2009
By cookie b - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD Verified Purchase
I had been looking for a particular song for a while it is good old school r&b the seller promised it new will do business with him again
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