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Hey – the mighty Pointer Sisters! One of the most successful female units in the business, and my, how I remember first seeing them perform in London during their “Yes We Can Can” days. Made a lasting impression on me for sure. Anyway, here’s the 1982 album with its handful of international hits like the tight vocalled “Fire”; “Slow Hand” with the instantly recognisable lazy slant, and the chirpy, crisp sounding “Should I Do It”. Absolutely adore the melody of “Someday We’ll Be Together” (not the Diana Ross and the Supremes’ track); it ambles along against a mid-tempo beat with lyrics that bite. Quite brilliant - and I have played this several times already as one of the CD’s highlights. Check it out! Alongside this are rare flip sides like “I Want To Do It”, later a hit for Barry Manilow. And, among the many bonus tracks, there’s a version of “I’m So Excited” which, when remixed, became a multi-million selling global hit for the girls in 1984. A super release from one of my much loved ladies of song, where, apart from the hits, “Someday We’ll Be Together” hits the spot. Going in again….

Rating: 8

About the Writer
Sharon Davis ran the Four Tops fan club before spearheading Motown Ad Astra, catering for all the Motown acts, where she edited the in-house magazine TCB. Was publicist for Fantasy, Stax and Salsoul before joining Motown Records in London. Formed her own press/promotion company Eyes & Ears, worked for Blues & Soul magazine and website, and became a full time author and researcher. To date Sharon has written eleven books (her last A Girl Called Dusty published by Carlton Books) and she’s working on her next - Divas Of Motown. As a researcher, Sharon assisted Diana Ross with her autobiography Secrets Of A Sparrow, and is now in constant demand for her knowledge about Motown and its artists.



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