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Pristinely recorded at Philadelphia's legendary Sigma Sound Studios and initially issued in April 1982, Keni Burke's second RCA releases, Changes, yielded the classic 'Risin' to the Top'. A favorite among both the steppers and hip-hop crowd, it was written by Burke, Allan Felder, and former Chic member Norma Jean Wright. Other highlights are the crucially chuggin' 'Shakin',' the mid-tempo ballad 'One Minute More' (another steppers favorite), and the sparse, floating slow jam 'Who Do You Love'. 1995. BMG/Japan.

1. Shakin'
2. Hang Tight
3. Can't Get Enough (Do It All Night)
4. Who Do You Love
5. Changes
6. One Minute More
7. Risin' To The Top
8. All Night

Product Details

  • Audio CD (December 16, 1995)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Import
  • Label: Bmg Japan
  • ASIN: B000056277
  • Average Customer Review: 3.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (6 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #753,185 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Mr. P. N. Nathan on June 2, 2004
Format: Audio CD
Ronaldo Duncan's review is not a review of this excellent soul album but a complaint regarding the supplier he ordered from.He appears not to realise there is a customer feedback section for this.
This is one of the great soul/dance albums of the 80's
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Chris M.C on November 21, 2006
Format: Audio CD
I was startled - nay - horrified to see the Kenny Burke album Changes coming up with a reviewer rating of less than 5 stars! I simply had to find out why what is one of the best 80's album - ever! - from an artist that can only be described as genius - could have been deemed less than complete!

Indeed, as funky pilot has stated, Ronaldo Duncan has used the wrong section of the website to express a complaint about product delivery - or lack thereof.

Changes is an absolutely excellent album, and when one considers it was released in the early 80's must acknowledge the genius and talent of Kenny Burke. His music has made rich pickings for several groups with the bassline on "Rising to the top" finding its way into many an artist's work throughout the 80's and 90's and possibly even the 2000's.

But is the rave about this album really justified? The simple and truthful answer is yes! And it should come as no surprise that when the album first appeared on CD, it was fetching anything up to about $100 on some fixed price and auction websites! And still it sold!

Let's delve into the detail. "One minute more" is the epitome of near perfect soul. It is truly timeless and a work of genius. "Who do you love" has to be one of my favourite slow tracks of all time and whilst the reviewer may not be of any particular repute personally, must add that this accolade is no mean fete.

"Hang tight" is another one of those truly timeless classics that bring the "repeat" function of one's CD player into very serious consideration - at times successfull.
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Format: Audio CD
"Risin' To The Top" is one of my favorite songs of all time. It's not super complicated, and the instantly familiar minor-keyed two-chord progression that it's based around had been exploited (sometimes to bland effect) by the likes of Barry White, Barry DeVorzon, and probably countless others. But the combination of atmospheric synthesizers, in-the-pocket drums, an irresistibly funky bass line, female backup vocals on the chorus, a masterfully-timed arrangement, and Burke's incredibly soulful delivery of the uplifting lyric, it's a stone classic by any measure. I heard this tune one lone time on the radio many, many years ago, and was baffled and frustrated at not being able to find out who the artist was. By the time I finally, on something of a fluke, did find out who it was, I'd kind of forgotten about it, but was ecstatic at the discovery, and hearing it again, if anything, it's even better than I remembered. Truly an inspirational tune, just wonderful.

You can't really expect anything else on the album to live up to the standard of "Risin' To The Top", but on the other hand, overall, the rest of album holds up remarkably well. In fact, even if "Risin'..." wasn't on here, this would still be quite an enjoyable slice of early '80s, Quincy Jones-styled pop R&B. And actually, the similarly mid-tempo "Hang Tight" gives "Risin'..." a fair run for the money, with an absolutely kickass bass line, and more of those wonderful female backup vocals. He also manages a couple of really good, atmospheric ballads with "Who Do You Love" and "One Minute More".
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