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Keith Barrow - Physical Attraction Album

Keith Barrow - Physical Attraction Album Performer: Keith Barrow
Title: Physical Attraction
Style: Soul, Funk, Disco
Label: Funkytowngrooves, Columbia, Sony Music Commercial Music Group
# Cat: FTG 371
Released: Feb 2014
Country: US
FLAC album: 2754 mb
MP3 album: 2507 mb
Rating: 4.4
Genre: Soul


1Garden Of Love5:24
2Joyful Music4:48
3If It's Love That You're Looking For4:15
4Free To Be Me4:40
5Turn Me Up (Instrumental)11:48
6 Bonus Tracks
7Physical Attraction (12")7:12
8Physical Attraction4:05
9You Know You Want To Be Loved (7")3:35
10Overnight Success5:13
11Turn Me Up (Special Disco Version)11:38
12You Know You Want To Be Loved3:38
13Turn Me Up7:35


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
JC 35597Keith Barrow Physical Attraction ‎(LP, Album)ColumbiaJC 35597US1978
DIZA-073, FTG 371Keith Barrow Physical Attraction ‎(CD, Album, RE, RM, Exp)Dizzare Add, Funkytowngrooves, Columbia, Sony Music Commercial Music GroupDIZA-073, FTG 371Japan2014
PC 35597Keith Barrow Physical Attraction ‎(LP, Album)ColumbiaPC 35597Canada1978
CBS 83575Keith Barrow Physical Attraction ‎(LP, Album, W/Lbl)CBSCBS 83575UK1978
S CBS 83575Keith Barrow Physical Attraction ‎(LP, Album)CBSS CBS 83575UK1978


  • Design [Package Design]Wallace Create
  • Liner NotesAlex Henderson
  • Production Manager [Reissue]Matt Murphy
  • Reissue ProducerTony Calvert
  • Reissue Producer [Co-Producer]Henry Towns
  • Remastered BySean Brennan


Originally released on CBS, 1978.

© 2014 Funkytowngrooves USA / This compilation ℗ 2014 Columbia Records, a division of Sony Music Entertainment.


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Comments: (1)
The album version of "Turn Me Up" that appears on this CD is different from the one that was originally issued on the US vinyl LP. Many of the elements are arranged differently, and some parts of the lead vocals being used are from different takes. The mastering on this re-issue has a heftier bottom end, but the vocals do appear to get a bit buried in the track at times, giving it an altogether different feel. Which is to say that this may be one of the cases where seeking out a good copy of the vinyl will prove useful to those who may enjoy the original's arguably more elegant presentation of this masterful production by Michael Stokes.