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on 5 March 2014
I thought I would love this, I had it on vinyl a long time ago but for some reason it doesn't capture me like it used to.
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on 30 March 2006
Another CD bought to replace a favourite old vinyl. Although most of these tracks can be found on other Richie albums I do like the blend of tracks on this one. You would be justified in buying it for "Deep river woman" alone!
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on 26 March 2012
This is one of the all time motown classic albums
lionel richie at his very best
great song's dancing on the ceiling ballerina girl deep river woman
say you say me
buy this now.
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on 24 October 2013
you cant go wrong with lionel Richie.this to me is by far the best cd he has done.most of the songs on this album are classics in their own right.great service,prompt delivery as well.thanks
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on 6 June 2015
A repeat buy, as my old copy had worn out , as ever the superb Lionel.
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on 25 July 2015
Excellent album.....love everything that lionel does!!
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on 28 October 2010
I bought this cd to replace the album I had many years ago, when we put it on in the car we were so disappointed - many tracks had been remixed and the versions we loved had changed so much we have not listened to it again.

Such a shame as we loved to original so much.
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VINE VOICEon 27 April 2010
A rather disappointing follow-up to its predecessor, and not so strong - plus only one more Track (nine), but because two of these are pretty pointless, you are really getting one less in reality...

It always surprised me how someone like Lionel Richie - so talented and accomplished, could have such quality Songs as 'Deep River Woman' next to such rubbish as 'Don't Stop'! The latter of which is just the words 'Don't (pause Stop' repeated over and over again, and it drags on for sooo long...

Another waste of space was the second Track; 'Se La' - again; over and over again 'Se La...Se La...', and way too long as well... How someone could dare to do this on an Album that already has fewer Tracks than your 'average' one and dare to look his audience in the eye is quite beyond me... It was the same with the previous (though a much stronger Album than this of course) with the awful title Track that was simply: 'Can't Slow Down... Can't Slow Down...' over and over... Just isn't necessary. If you ain't got the material to fill Lionel - then just leave it out!

Anyway; all that aside, and ignoring these two terrible and useless 'fillers'; you do get seven other good quality Songs - including two or three hits and the classic: 'Say You, Say Me'. Though 'Night Train' is no-where near as bad as the two dreadful Tracks previously mentioned; it would have been better to end this Album on 'Say You, Say Me' I think. I believe that 'Night Train' was a bad choice to end the Album, since having heard such a lovely quality ballad you get a little impatient with the final Number, and I guess many would switch off before it ends...

I'm giving this three Stars, as 'I like it' - based on the fact I am ignoring the nonentities mentioned.
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VINE VOICEon 27 April 2010
A rather disappointing follow-up to its predecessor, and not so strong - plus only one more Track (nine), but because two of these are pretty pointless, you are really getting one less in reality...

It always surprised me how someone like Lionel Richie - so talented and accomplished, could have such quality Songs as 'Deep River Woman' next to such rubbish as 'Don't Stop'! The latter of which is just the words 'Don't (pause Stop' repeated over and over again, and it drags on for sooo long...

Another waste of space was the second Track; 'Se La' - again; over and over again 'Se La...Se La...', and way too long as well... How someone could dare to do this on an Album that already has fewer Tracks than your 'average' one and dare to look his audience in the eye is quite beyond me... It was the same with the previous (though a much stronger Album than this of course) with the awful title Track that was simply: 'Can't Slow Down... Can't Slow Down...' over and over... Just isn't necessary. If you ain't got the material to fill Lionel - then just leave it out!

Anyway; all that aside, and ignoring these two terrible and useless 'fillers'; you do get seven other good quality Songs - including two or three hits and the classic: 'Say You, Say Me'. Though 'Night Train' is no-where near as bad as the two dreadful Tracks previously mentioned; it would have been better to end this Album on 'Say You, Say Me' I think. I believe that 'Night Train' was a bad choice to end the Album, since having heard such a lovely quality ballad you get a little impatient with the final Number, and I guess many would switch off before it ends...

I'm giving this three Stars, as 'I like it' - based on the fact I am ignoring the nonentities mentioned.
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VINE VOICEon 27 April 2010
A rather disappointing follow-up to its predecessor, and not so strong - plus only one more Track (nine), but because two of these are pretty pointless, you are really getting one less in reality...

It always surprised me how someone like Lionel Richie - so talented and accomplished, could have such quality Songs as 'Deep River Woman' next to such rubbish as 'Don't Stop'! The latter of which is just the words 'Don't (pause Stop' repeated over and over again, and it drags on for sooo long...

Another waste of space was the second Track; 'Se La' - again; over and over again 'Se La...Se La...', and way too long as well... How someone could dare to do this on an Album that already has fewer Tracks than your 'average' one and dare to look his audience in the eye is quite beyond me... It was the same with the previous (though a much stronger Album than this of course) with the awful title Track that was simply: 'Can't Slow Down... Can't Slow Down...' over and over... Just isn't necessary. If you ain't got the material to fill Lionel - then just leave it out!

Anyway; all that aside, and ignoring these two terrible and useless 'fillers'; you do get seven other good quality Songs - including two or three hits and the classic: 'Say You, Say Me'. Though 'Night Train' is no-where near as bad as the two dreadful Tracks previously mentioned; it would have been better to end this Album on 'Say You, Say Me' I think. I believe that 'Night Train' was a bad choice to end the Album, since having heard such a lovely quality ballad you get a little impatient with the final Number, and I guess many would switch off before it ends...

I'm giving this three Stars, as 'I like it' - based on the fact I am ignoring the nonentities mentioned.
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