“Take My Love” by Nancy Wilson, released on LP by Capitol Records in 1980 and now finally released on CD by SoulMusic Records from UK in 2013. I have compiled a detailed song listing (including album and single label & number, year of release):
LP “TAKE MY LOVE” (Nancy Wilson)(Capitol 12055)(1980): 01 Take My Love 02 Someone Else 03 Welcome Home (Capitol 4839)(b-side, 1980) 04 The Sadness In My Eyes 05 Let’s Hold On To Love (Capitol 4839)(uncharted a-side, 1980) 06 I Loved You All The Time 07 Not Afraid to Love (live) 08 I’m Coming Home (live) 09 Bows (live)
1 In this set, Nancy Wilson reunited with co-producers Larry Farrow and Carolyn Johns, shifting the focus from dance music to radio-pop with lyrical themes that more often touched upon the shadier realities of romance. The set is also making its CD debut. 2 The sound is well remastered. 3 There is a 16-page booklet, with an informative essay by A. Scott Galloway. The album front and back covers are in full displayed, each occupying an entire page. The LP labels are also included.
1 There are no bonus tracks.
This set was Nancy’s 45th album and her final album release on Capitol. The last three songs in this album were specifically designed to record in front of a live audience in the large Capitol “Studio A” with a fifty-one piece orchestra. The entire set was enjoyable. I am in the process of collecting all her albums on CDs. This set is a welcome addition to my Nancy Wilson album library, and is recommended to all Nancy Wilson fans.
THIS 1980 ALBUM IS NANCYS LAST CAPITOL ALBUM AND FINDS HER IN FINE VOICE WITH SHADES OF WHAT WAS TO COME WITH HER 80S COLUMBIA RECORDINGS.I SAW NANCY MANY TIMES IN CONCERT IN USA AND THIS IS A GD EXAMPLE OF WHAT SHE SOUNDED LIKE AT THIS PERIOD IN HER WONDERFUL CAREER.THERE IS A VIDEO OF NANCY LIVE WITH TONY BENNETT THAT IS RECOMMENDED IS U CAN FIND A COPY
Ohhhhhhhhhhhh dear , where has the ' real ' Nancy Wilson gone ? To sink to such depths simply to mak a fast buck !!! This disc is truly truly DREADFUL and should be avoided by anyone who remembers the great Nancy Wilson of yesterday , when her talent and taste ruled over her bank balance !!!