All the Love By Oleta Adams / Executive Producer: Stevan Pasero & Don Boyer
Oleta Adams, the sultry voiced soul singer is best known for her powerful rendition of Brenda Russell's "Get Here," which became an anthem for the Gulf War. The funky opening track, "Sweet Side of Life," has smooth jazz written all over it; it's cool (hardly mining the depth of where that voice can go) and just a bit gospel flavored, and features Paul Jackson, Jr. on guitar and a smoky sax solo by Gerald Albright. She turns the familiar "I Can't Live a Day Without You" into a resonant declaration of love. She shows optimism and bluesy hip hope sensibilities on "I Hope You Dance," wistful sorrow on the plaintive "Love Was Spoken Here" and a deep sense of spirituality on the worshipful ballad "In the Beginning." Executive Producers: Stevan Pasero and Don Boyer.
1. Sweet Side of Life (O.Adams, P.Wolf & M. Wolf), 2. All the Love (O.Adams),
3. I Can't Live a Day Without You (J. Beck, C. Harrington & T. Lacy),
4. In The Beginning (R. Mathes /B. Farell), 5. When You Walked Into My Life (T. Lacy/ A. Roman),
6. A Bump In The Road (O. Adams), 7. I Hope You Dance (M. Sanders / T. Sillers),
8. Love Was Spoken Here (T. Lacy, D. J. Matkosky & A. Roman), 9. Power of Sacrifice (O. Adams),
10. Learning to Love You More (O. Adams), 11. Look What Love Has Done (R. Mathes / S. Lewis),
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