Audio Remixers: Alan Varner; Tony Bongiovi; Brad Shapiro.
Recording information: Hit Factory, New York, NY; Media Sound Studios; Media Studios; Muscle Shoals Sound Studio.
Arrangers: Mike Lewis ; Andrew Smith ; Brad Shapiro.
The follow-up to Caught Up came hot on its heels (the same year, in fact), offering a few more songs from the same mold -- Jackson's tough performances of songs charting the vagaries of modern love. There wasn't much of a concept at work here, despite a set of situation songs that would've fit well, including "One Night Stand," "How Do You Feel the Morning After," and best of all, a pair of classic Don Covay compositions ("Watch the One Who Brings You the News" and "A Letter Full of Tears"). Producer Brad Shapiro went for more of a blaxploitation feel on this record, which fit in well with the dominant emotion (mistrust) as well as Jackson's raw delivery. Other highlights include the outr‚ "My Love Is So Fly" and her self-penned "I Got to Try It One Time," which became an R&B hit. ~ John Bush
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