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R&B
Performer: Tavares
Title: Hard Core Poetry
Style: Disco,Funk,Pop-Soul,Quiet Storm,Soul
Duration: 42:02
Date of release: September, 1974
Recording location: Sound Labs, Los Angeles, CA
Genre: R&B
Rating: 4.6
Votes: 522
MP3 size: 1362 mb
FLAC size: 1149 mb
WMA size: 1988 mb
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Tavares - Hard Core Poetry mp3 flac

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Tavares - Hardcore Poetry. This album brought Tavares together with songwriters and producers Dennis Lambert and Brian Potter for what would prove to be a productive musical relationship on this and the group's following album, In the City. Hard Core Poetry reached on the R&B chart and was critically praised for its strong and diverse selection of songs and sophisticated but soulful production; the album remains one of the group's most highly-regarded. Its best-known single is "She's Gone", a cover of the Daryl Hall and John Oates track from their 1973 album Abandoned Luncheonette

Instead, Tavares switched producers on its second album, Hard Core Poetry, and joined forces with the Dennis Lambert/Brian Potter team. Having worked with the Four Tops and others, Lambert and Potter had an impressive track record when it came to Northern soul, and they do right by Tavares on this excellent sophomore effort. In addition to producing the LP, Lambert and Potter handle most of the writing. The only track they didn't write is a cover of Hall & Oates' "She's Gone," which became a number one R&B hit for Tavares.

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Hard Core Poetry (1974).

Someone to Go Home To. She's Gone. Leave It up to the Lady. To Love You. Too Late. Remember What I Told You to Forget.

1 Commercial performance. The album features the singles "Too Late", which peaked at No. 10 on the Hot Soul Singles chart and No. 59 on the Billboard Hot 100, Hall & Oates' "She's Gone", which charted at No. 1 on the Hot Soul Singles chart and No. 50 on the Billboard Hot 100, and "Remember What I Told You to Forget", which reached No. 4 on.

Track List

Title/Composer Performer Time
1 Someone to Go Home To Dennis Lambert / Brian Potter Tavares 3:17
2 She's Gone Daryl Hall / John Oates Tavares 3:42
3 My Ship Dennis Lambert / Brian Potter Tavares 3:28
4 Leave It Up to the Lady Dennis Lambert / Brian Potter Tavares 3:32
5 To Love You Dennis Lambert / Brian Potter Tavares 4:04
6 Too Late Dennis Lambert / Brian Potter Tavares 4:27
7 Remember What I Told You to Forget Dennis Lambert / Brian Potter Tavares 4:11
8 What You Don't Know Dennis Lambert / Brian Potter Tavares 3:54
9 Hard Core Poetry Dennis Lambert / Brian Potter Tavares 4:26
10 Too Late [Capitol US Single Edit] Dennis Lambert / Brian Potter Tavares 3:38
11 Remember What I Told You to Forget [Capitol US Single Edit] Dennis Lambert / Brian Potter Tavares 3:23

Credits:

Larkin Arnold - Executive Producer
Ben Benay - Guitar
The Boogie Symphony - Strings
Larry Carlton - Guitar
Gary Coleman - Percussion
Scott Edwards - Bass
Wilton Felder - Bass
Ed Greene - Drums
Daryl Hall - Composer
Jeana Jackson - Narrator
Roy Kohara - Art Direction
Dennis Lambert - Composer, Keyboards, Producer
David Nathan - Reissue Producer
John Oates - Composer
Michael Omartian - Arranger, Conductor, Keyboards
Brian Panella - Coordination
Dean Parks - Guitar
Brian Potter - Composer, Percussion, Producer
Richard Rankin - Cover Photo
Chris Rizik - Liner Notes
Sid Sharp - Concert Master
Joe Sidore - Engineer
Tavares - Primary Artist
Roger Williams - Artwork, Design
Alan Wilson - Digital Remastering