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1. Midnight Love Affair
2. In the Morning
3. Lie to Me
4. Fell in Love for the First Time Today
6. Night Fever
7. Doctor's Orders
8. Baby Don't Let This Good Love Die
9. Hurricane Is Coming Tonight, A
10. Dancing Queen
11. I Want to Stay With You
12. Full Bloom
13. Who, What, When, Where, Why
14. I Got the Answer
15. My Simple Heart
16. Your'e Not So Hot
Manufacturer Part Number (MPN): 24
Ray Rock; John Davis; Greg Carmichael; Eddie OLoughlin; John Davis; Ed O'Loughlin; John Davis; Paul Klein (Compilation)
Edison Youngblood; Jack Sherdel; Joe Lopez; Kenny Present; Rick Rowe; Bill Radice; Bob Blank; Bob Clearmountain
Personnel: Carol Douglas (vocals, guitar, keyboards); Carol Douglas; Billy Mersey, Craig Snyder, Jeff Mironov, Lance Quinn, Jerry Friedman (guitar); John Davis , Cotton Kent, Greg Carmichael , John Davis , John Davis , Rob Mounsey, Allen Wentz (keyboards); Ritchie Crooks, Richard Taninbaum, Jimmy Young , Allan Schwartzberg (drums); Larry Washington, Michael Lewis, Rubens Bassini, Carlos Martin (percussion); Kathleen Jones, Dian Sorel, Annie Sutton, Gail Thomas, Lani Groves, Sharon Redd (background vocals); Patrick Adams (keyboards).
Recording information: Blank Tape Studios, N.Y.C; Broadway Sounds, N.Y.C; Groove Sound, N.Y.C; Groove Sound, New York, NY; Media Sound, R and M Acres; Media Sounds, N.Y.C; Odo Studios, N.Y.C; Odo Studios, New York, NY; RCA Studios, N.Y.C; Secret Sound Studios, New York, NY; Sigma Studios, Philadelphia, PA.
Photographers: Hal Wilson; Joyce Rainboldt; Nick Sangiamo.
Arrangers: John Davis ; Greg Carmichael ; John Davis ; Bert Reid; Steve Anderson; Lew Del Gatto; Meco Monardo; Michael Zager.
Though a browse through Billboard chart books might suggest Carol Douglas was a one-hit wonder, the story is not that short. Besides her Top Ten R&B and Top 15 pop 1974 single "Doctor's Orders," Douglas subsequently scored a number of successful dance singles, including 1976's "Midnight Love Affair" and 1979's "I've Got the Answer." This collection contains all of her '70s essentials for Midland/RCA, as well as two of her '80s recordings for Next Plateau. Highlights include the subtly sassy "Who, What, When, Where, Why," later recorded by Dionne Warwick; "My Simple Heart," a simple yet catchy club number with a funkier edge than most of Douglas's material; and the classic "Midnight Love Affair" -- its quiet passion and fervor atop an irresistible but not overbearing beat is timeless. She doesn't have the dynamic pipes of Donna Summer or Martha Wash, but Douglas adapts her sultry pipes effortlessly to each setting and in the process gives a refreshingly different slant to the phrase "dance diva." ~ Justin M. Kantor
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