- Released: March 28, 2006
- Originally Released: 2006
- Label: Collectables Records
- Original Album: Tommy Boy 25631 (1987)
Description by OLDIES.com:
Touch and Go was a huge success for the Force M.D.'s reaching #67 on the Billboard Top 200 and #12 on the R&B charts. Originally released by Tommy Boy in 1987, the album features the hit singles "Touch and Go," "Couldn't Care Less" and "Your Love Drives Me Crazy."
- 1.Love Is A House
- 2.Would You Love Me?
- 3.Touch And Go
- 4.Couldn't Care Less
- 5.Your Love Drives Me Crazy
- 6.Midnite Lover
- 7.Take Your Love Back
- 8.Sweet Dreams
Personnel: Ira Siegel (guitar, 12-string guitar); Mike Campbell (guitar); Jeff Smith , Harold Thomas, V. Jeffrey Smith (saxophone); Hubert Eaves III (keyboards, synthesizer, electric bass, keyboard programming, drum programming, percussion programming); Leroy Evans, Fred McFarlane, Richard Scher (keyboards, drums); Poogie Bell (keyboards, percussion, drum programming); Alex Bugnon, Luis Resto (keyboards); Robin Halpin (Synclavier, programming); Bashiri Johnson (percussion); Victor Bailey (bells); Bob Huott (programming).
Audio Mixers: Geoff Gurd; Leroy Evans; Eric Calvi; Alan Myerson; Alan Gregorie; Hubert Eaves III; Robin Halpin; Mike Potash; John Morales; Richard Scher; Bruce Gray; Jeff Lord-Alge; Martin Lascelles; Pete Diorio; Poogie Bell; Victor Bailey.
Recording information: I.N.S. New York; I.N.S., NY; Rawlston Recording Studio, Brooklyn, NY; Red Shop Recorders, London, England; Shelton Leigh Palmer Studio, NY; Sound Lab Studios, Brooklyn, NY; The Disc, Ltd; The Disc, Ltd., Detroit, MI; Tommy Boy Recording, New York, NY; Unique Recording Studios, NY.
Editor: Gail King.
Unknown Contributor Roles: Stevie D. Lundy; Trisco Pearson; Mercury Nelson.
Arrangers: Geoff Gurd; Leroy Evans; The Force M.D.'s; Robert "RX Lord" Lewis; Hubert Eaves III; Robin Halpin; Richard Scher; Martin Lascelles; Poogie Bell; Robert Lewis ; Victor Bailey.
The title track was a Top 10 R&B hit, and The Force MDs were at their best on this album. The leads, harmonies, songs, production, and arrangements never sounded better, and they certainly paved the way for the many New Jack vocal groups of the '90s. ~ Ron Wynn