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CISSY HOUSTON - (1978) THINK IT OVER




CISSY HOUSTON - THINK IT OVER

Audio CD (September 15, 1998)
Number of Discs: 1
Format: Original recording remastered, Extra tracks
Label: M.I.L. Multimedia
ASIN: B00000DBVU


TRACKLIST

1. Think It Over
2. Love Don't Hurt People
3. Somebody Should Have Told Me
4. After You
5. Warning Danger
6. I Just Want to Be With You
7. An Umbrella Song
8. Sometimes
9. I Won't Be the One
10. Morning Much Better
11. Love Is Holding On
12. It Never Really Ended
13. Love Is Something That Leads You

http://www.rapidshare.com/files/448638301/CH_-__1978__TIO.part1.rar
http://www.rapidshare.com/files/448638314/CH_-__1978__TIO.part2.rar
http://www.rapidshare.com/files/448638360/CH_-__1978__TIO.part3.rar

ORIGINAL RELEASE

CISSY HOUSTON - (1978) THINK IT OVER

Cissy Houston - Think It Over
Label: Private Stock
Catalog#: PVLP 1044
Format: Vinyl, LP, Album
Country: UK
Released: 1978
Genre: Funk / Soul
Style:Soul, Disco

TRACKLIST

A1 Think It Over 6:00
Written-By - Alvin Fields , Cissy Houston , Michael Zager
A2 Love Don't Hurt People 3:01
Written-By - Ron Netsky* , Steve Netsky
A3 Somebody Should Have Told Me 4:30
Written-By - Cissy Houston , Doug Frank , Doug James
A4 After You 4:38
Written-By - Doug Frank , Doug James
B1 Warning - Danger 5:56
Written-By - Alvin Fields , Cissy Houston , Michael Zager
B2 I Just Want To Be With You 5:08
Written-By - Alvin Fields , Michael Zager
B3 An Umbrella Song 2:58
Written-By - Alvin Fields , Michael Zager
B4 Sometimes 3:33
Written-By - Alvin Fields , Cissy Houston , Michael Zager
B5 I Won't Be The One 3:00
Written-By - Alvin Fields , Cissy Houston , Doug Frank

CREDITS

Arranged By [Backing Vocals] - Cissy Houston , Michael Zager (tracks: A1 to B1, B3 to B5)
Arranged By, Conductor - Michael Zager
Artwork By [Art Direction] - Abie Sussman
Artwork By [Cover Illustration] - Pat Nagel
Backing Vocals - Alvin Fields (tracks: A1 to B2, B4, B5) , Beverly Ingram (tracks: A3, A4, B2, B4, B5) , Cissy Houston (tracks: A1 to B2, B4, B5) , Donny Harper (tracks: B2, B5) , Lani Groves (tracks: A1, A2, B1) , Whitney Houston (tracks: A1 to B2, B4, B5)
Bass - Francisco Centeno
Drums - Alan Schwartzberg*
Electric Piano - Michael Zager (tracks: B2)
Engineer [Assistant] - Darroll Gustamachio
Engineer [Recording, Mixing] - Rick Rowe
Executive Producer - Jerry Love
Guitar - Jeff Mironov
Harmonica - Michael Chimes (tracks: B3)
Keyboards, Synthesizer, Synthesizer [Moog] - Rob Mounsey
Mastered By - Joey Gastwirt*
Percussion - Rubens Bassini
Photography [Liner] - Claud Van Heuye
Photography [Sleeve] - Jim Houghton
Producer - Michael Zager
Saxophone [Alto] - Lenny Hambro
Saxophone [Baritone] - Ronnie Cuber
Strings - Alfred Brown String Section, The
Trombone - Gerald Chamberlain
Trombone [Bass Trombone] - Jack Jeffers
Trumpet, Flugelhorn - Alan Rubin , Burt Collins , John Gatchel* , Robert Milliken*
Vibraphone [Vibes] - Dave Carey*
Voice [Siren] - Jerry Love (tracks: B1)

This review is from: Think It Over (Audio CD)

I shockingly found this CD issue on another website and purchased it, but to review it...FAB! Cissy's THINK IT OVER was a statement in the late 70's. We all know her as Whitney's mom, but Cissy was first. Where do you think Whitney got the voice? This album can prove that.

The album is complete with all tracks from the original release, except the title track is the 8:03 remix after this album was repacked by Columbia with 4 extended versions of tunes and retitled WARNING-DANGER CISSY HOUSTON. Once you start listening to all the tracks, you just want to get up and boogie to the dance tracks and melt into the heartfelt ballads (After You and I Just Want to Be With You). The additional bonus tracks are pulled from the Private Stock album issued the year previous to THINK IT OVER, titled simply CISSY HOUSTON (green cover). These are the best of all from that album, especially Love Is Something That Leads You. I am hoping that MIL Multimedia will take the balance of that album, plus future tracks recorded for 1980's STEP ASIDE FOR A LADY and give Cissy her full justice with the best of her late 70's-early 80's magic. She brought down the house with her shows at the Bottom Line and Mikell's in NYC during this time, and prepared Whitney for the musical journey she is on now. Whitney sang back up on these albums, plus in these shows, and added an extra punch to what Mom already gave to the audience when she did a brief solo.

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