CD Contact [The Pointer Sisters] [CD] [1 disc] (CD 7022488),
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Contact [The Pointer Sisters] [CD] [1 disc]


  • 1. Twist My Arm
    2. Hey You
    3. Pound, Pound, Pound
    4. Back in My Arms
    5. Burn Down the Night
    6. Bodies and Souls
    7. Contact
    8. Dare Me
    9. Freedom
    10. I'll Be There
    11. Dare Me [12" Dance Mix] - (remix)
    12. Twist My Arm [12" Dance Mix] - (remix)
    13. Back in My Arms [12" Dance Mix] - (remix)
    14. Dare Me [Single Version]
    15. Freedom [Single Version]
    16. Twist My Arm [Single Version]
    17. Dare Me
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  • Additional Info
    Manufacturer Part Number (MPN): 0041

  • Credits
    ProducerRichard Perry; Wayne Dickson (Reissue)
    EngineerClif Jones; Don Smith; Glen Holguin; Alex Schmoll; Gary Skardina; Jay Rifkin; Michael Brooks

    Liner Note Author: Christian John Wikane.
    Recording information: Clinton Recording Studios, New York, NY; RAK Recording Studios, London, England; Starke Lake Studios, Ocoee, FL; Studio 55, Los Angeles, CA.
    Photographer: Randee St. Nicholas.
    The Pointer Sisters' 13th charting LP, 1985's Contact, was an exercise in slick, edgy, synthesized pop. Both "Dare Me" and "Freedom," easily the best songs here, marched straight onto the singles charts. The former was an audacious, rough-and-ready come-on draped in a samba beat, wrapped in period trimmings, and brimming with sharp vocal harmonies. The latter, on the other hand, graced the R&B Top 30 with a quiet, soulful dream, riding a light beat and little instrumentation. Elsewhere, the band packs in the punches across a steady flow of up-tempo grooves that overlay synthesizers at almost every turn, most notably on "Twist My Arm," "Back in My Arms," and "Bodies and Souls." Listeners can only take a breather during the more restrained "Hey You" and "Contact." While it can be said that there is not one thing technically wrong with Contact, neither is there anything that stands out as representative of the band at their best. Consummate performers, the trio is in excellent voice, their harmonies as pure as always. But by 1985 they seemed to have hit a plateau, not striving to change, but apparently happy enough to add synth pop R&B to a market already glutted with the stuff. ~ Amy Hanson

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