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Track Listings

Disc: 1

  1. Relationship
  2. Power
  3. Bullseye
  4. Still Feeling Good
  5. To Be Your Lover
  6. Sensations
  7. Just A Touch Away
  8. Love I Can Bank On
  9. Relationship (Instrumental)

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Amazon.com: 4.0 out of 5 stars 2 reviews
4.0 out of 5 stars A POWERFUL BULLSEYE!!! 24 July 2013
By Ian Moodie - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD Verified Purchase
I bought this CD just because of the super hit "BULLSEYE" and was really pleased with it overall, loaded with powerful,pulsing and heavy ballad rhythms,it surely lives up to it's name and then some, it is indeed a powerful bullseye!!!. This is one of LAKESIDE'S top records.
With eight original songs plus five bonus remixes, you are in for a special treat. You're in for disco, funk, pop and R&B all blended nicely.
The busy, pulsing "RELATIONSHIP" kicks off this vigorous program, well done, a good effort.
Then comes the equally pounding and vigor filled title track, "POWER", you gonna work up a sweat with this one!!.
Next is the only true ballad on the record, the smooth, stunning and sensuous "BULLSEYE", my absolute favorite here. Well written and arranged vocally and instrumentally, one drawback it's a little too brief.
"STILL FEELING GOOD" is another pounding cut, designed to make you dance.
Another favorite is the smooth yet pulsing "TO BE TOUR LOVER", nice vocals by BARRINGTON SCOTTI.
"SENSATIONS" again, another good twisting song.
Now come the half ballad "JUST A TOUCH AWAY", pretty well done, I wonder how I never hear these songs on the air.
"A LOVE I CAN BANK ON" finishes the project, a lively yet sensible song.
Then there's extended remixes of "RELATIONSHIP", "STILL FEELING GOOD" and "A LOVE I CAN BANK ON".
A nice album to listen, dance and exercise to, definitely not an album to relax to. Want to keep busy?. Then POWER by LAKESIDE will surely keep you so. Go get it. It's a good grab!!!.
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4.0 out of 5 stars Just the right power that Lakeside can "bank on" 3 Dec. 2012
By 80sbaby - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
1987 was a dark period for the Sound of Los Angeles Records with many artist turnover and lackluster of hits compared to its heyday of the late 1970's and early 1980's, and Lakeside (like Shalamar and Dynasty) was the group that fell under that curse. That didn't mean that the group's fantastic voyage has ended because they brought out many great songs on Power. Power was their first and only non illustrated/thematic cover art (using real photos of the band), although the backdrop resembled the illustrated backdrop of the Jacksons' 1984 Victory album. Another noticable change was that longtime falsetto and songwriter, Otis Stokes departed from the band without an explaination and was replaced by future Temptations lead singer, Bo Henderson. For the first time in Lakeside's careers, several outside songwriters were recruited to add in the flavor for their funky dance songs and laid back grooves. The Minneapolis inspired lead track, "Relationship" was penned by former Prince band member, Brownmark and it was no exception that the sound was heavily influenced by Prince, though the songwriting was'nt (being that the song's lyrics were a nod to "casual sex"). The Bo Henderson lead song, "Bullseye" was a smooth ballad (written by Kenny Nolan) that was a top 40 R&B hit, with that and "To Be You Lover" (also led by Bo) making them some of the smoothest and well crafted Lakeside slow jams since 1983's "Real Love." I also dug the third ballad, "Just A Touch Away" (Mark Wood still has'nt lost his touch). Then there is "Still Feeling Good," which was co written by Babyface (who at the time was starting to make a name for himself as a in-demand songwriter and producer) and the strongest and hippest track on the album. It sounds like it could've been done by The Deele or Babyface himself, but Mark Wood did a great job laying that track down. "Still Feeling Good" still jams to this day and it should've been a hit single and the lead single off of Power. "Love I Can Bank On" is the only song not produced by Stephen Shockely or Lakeside. The song reunites the band with Leon Sylvers III (of whom they have'nt worked with since 1979's Rough Riders lp) with help from the Dana Meyers and William Zimmerman (Leon's longtime musical/production colleages). This song is about an overly materialistic woman who is not satisfied with less than the finer things, of which mirrors Madonna's "Material Girl" to the extreme. Listening to the Power, there is not one weak track on there and I think that SOLAR records made a mistake by not pushing this album further because its a powerful album. This and The Whispers' Just Gets Better With Time was SOLAR's best releases in 1987 and one of the best from a funk group who many fans considered "obsolete." It was better than their previous album, Outragious, which was a bit of a yawnfest. Although their sound has changed musically, most of their songs lyrically remained consistent to their hit songs from the early 1980's.
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