Half of this sexy album is devoted to the seventeen minute whispery sultry disco anthem “Love to Love You Baby” and that's one stirring song… but the other half shouldn't remain ignored any longer (as it was upon the record's release).
I can just see the young G fixing his hair, psyching himself up to finally be let into Studio 54, listening to Donna sing “Do it to me again and again, you put me in such an awful spin”, groaning with pleasure over and over as he practices his hip movements in front of the mirror, not even bothering with the other side of the album.
Well, here's what he missed: I Need A Man Blues (my favorite) and Pandora's Box, two great and rarely played funky disco exciters; as well as Whispering Waves and Full of Emptiness, some classic R&B vocal laments. Of course, the meat of the album, the titular classic disco hit, is worth the price alone.
But what do you think?