Download links and information about Open Invitation by Gerald Alston. This album was released in 1990 and it belongs to Hip Hop/R&B, Soul genres. It contains 9 tracks with total duration of 44:36 minutes.
|Genre:||Hip Hop/R&B, Soul|
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|2.||Getting Back Into Love||4:45|
|3.||Don't You Know How I Feel||4:56|
|4.||I'll Go Grazy||5:31|
|5.||Never Give Up||5:24|
|6.||Tell Me This Night Won't End (featuring Brenda Russell)||4:42|
|8.||Still In Love||4:31|
|9.||Any Day Now||4:24|
Open Invitation was Manhattans lead singer Gerald Alston's Top 14 R&B follow-up to his self-titled solo debut. The opener, "Slow Motion," produced by Stan Sheppard and Jimmy Varner of By All Means fame, was a number three R&B hit in the fall of 1990. The second single, "Getting Back Into Love," went Top Six R&B. Not surprisingly, with Alston having sung on such classic slow jams as the platinum-selling "Kiss and Say Goodbye" and the gold smash "Shining Star," the album best succeeds when it's in ballad mode. "Don't You Know" has a nice doo wop-ish sway in its groove. The same could be said of sweet, romantic "Crazy," which is helmed by Commodores producer James Anthony Carmichael. "We're Still in Love" conveys a kind of charming "ol' skool" romantic vibe in both lyric and feel. Alston does a smooth, snappy remake of the Chuck Jackson hit "Any Day Now," produced by Levi Seacer Jr.