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La Toya Jackson
Heart Don't Lie (Expanded Edition)
Nº of Discs:
|1. Think Twice|
|2. Heart Don't Lie|
|3. Bet'cha Gonna Need My Lovin'|
|4. Private Joy|
|5. Hot Potato|
|6. I Like Everything You're Doin'|
|8. Without You|
|9. Bet'cha Gonna Need My Lovin' (Long Version)|
|10. Bet'cha Gonna Need My Lovin' (Instrumental)|
|11. Heart Don't Lie (Club Version)|
|12. Heart Don't Lie (Dub Version)|
|13. Private Joy (Extended Dance Mix)|
|14. Hot Potato (12" Version)|
|15. Hot Potato (Dub Version)|
We have a very small number of this title returned from a previous distributor of ours, First Come First Serve !!
La Toya Jacksonís 1984 album Heart Donít Lie has been Expanded and released on CD for the First Time Ever
Expanded with 7 Bonus Tracks
Produced by Amir Bayyan
Liner Notes by Matt Emerick
Re-Mastered from the Original Master Tapes by Maria Triana, at Battery Studioís, New York
Heart Don't Lie is the third album released by American singer La Toya Jackson, which became her most critically acclaimed and commercially successful album to date.
The album was produced by Amir Bayyan, brother of Khalis Bayyan and Robert Bell of Kool & The Gang, who was hired after Joe Jackson (La Toya's father and then-manager) heard his tapes. Ta Toya Jackson recorded the album sporadically over a six-month period.
The album features a plethora of musical guests, including Shalamar's Howard Hewett and reggae-pop group Musical Youth on the title track, musicians from Kool & the Gang on several tracks throughout the album, and collaborations with her siblings including Marlon, Janet and Tito, who co-produced the track "Frustration".
The title track became the most successful chart hit featuring cameos from Howard Hewett and Musical Youth while the release included the sprightly, soulful "Bet'cha Gonna Need My Lovin'" and "Think Twice," the latter featuring a surprisingly colourful trumpet solo.
But a handful of guilty pleasures are here that makes Heart Donít Lie very catchy, which became a wise investment for anyone curious about the music of the Jackson family "outcast."