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By James M. Cayon on February 6, 2016
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.....and so it GOES with UMG's sadly predictable sashay - two steps forward (the remastered More, More, More featuring single versions of "Party Line" and "Fill Me Up"; extended takes are EVERY bit as valid - title track is conspicuously missing but, easy enough to otherwise acquire its shortened configuration, NOT re-recorded) and one BIG step back, on Andrea's VERY uneven second effort, and it's rather simple to recognize the weak spots, ALL courtesy of Michael Zager, whose exceedingly mediocre "What's Your Name, What's Your Number" (written by Bobby Woods and Roger Cook) PALES to Connection KEY Gregg Diamond's highly original-sounding "N.Y., You've Got Me Dancing"; unfortunately, the album version isn't NEARLY as well-structured and, inexplicably, NO single edit is included (NOT true of the former) which lessens this re-release's value CONSIDERABLY.....just grateful I DID acquire it almost a decade ago on MP3 from a now-unknown source.
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