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She dropped out of sight after that one debut album and a decade later is back.
Says the wanted to raise her kid/s
I hope she's got her Sade Adu band. They were good together.

Her band before that had the likes of Ray St. John, who wanted to pursue that 1980's style music that has it's own sound unique to the decade
I don't like them, She was better splitting off.

Another female vocalist from the period was Basia tʐɛtʐɛlɛfska. Polish born lots of energy, but she wasn't able to carry on with her first foray.
 
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She dropped out of sight after that one debut album and a decade later is back.
Says the wanted to raise her kid/s
I hope she's got her Sade Adu band. They were good together.

Her band before that had the likes of Ray St. John, who wanted to pursue that 1980's style music that has it's own sound unique to the decade
I don't like them, She was better splitting off.
Must agree. The Sade Adu band has always been nice and tight, and could consistently lay down a nice groove without being showy about it. Have you checked out those Sweetback albums (just the band, without Sade)?

Haven't heard it yet, but I'm really excited about this album. Love Deluxe was one of my go-to records, back when I was single, on those rare occasions when I'd be lucky enough to convince a girl to actually come over to my pad ... Lovers Rock was hit or miss, I thought - some tracks great, some pretty blase.

Tonight might be the night!
 
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