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Live! One Night Only


Download links and information about Live! One Night Only by Patti Labelle. This album was released in 1998 and it belongs to Hip Hop/R&B, Soul genres. It contains 22 tracks with total duration of 01:33:33 minutes.

Artist: Patti Labelle
Release date: 1998
Genre: Hip Hop/R&B, Soul
Tracks: 22
Duration: 01:33:33
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No. Title Length
1. I Believe 3:55
2. When You Talk About Love 4:59
3. Flame 4:28
4. He Doesn't Love You 3:01
5. New Attitude 2:23
6. If You Asked Me To 3:13
7. If Only You Knew 7:13
8. You Are My Friend 5:21
9. Lord's Side 6:12
10. The Bells (Live (1998 Hammerstein Ballroom)) 3:17
11. Is It Still Good to You (Live (1998 Hammerstein Ballroom)) (featuring Eddie Levert) 4:41
12. Don't Make Me Over (Live (1998 Hammerstein Ballroom)) 3:13
13. If You Love Me (Live (1998 Hammerstein Ballroom)) 6:35
14. On My Own (Live (1998 Hammerstein Ballroom)) 5:14
15. Sparkle (Live (1998 Hammerstein Ballroom)) 1:05
16. Got to Be Real (Live (1998 Hammerstein Ballroom)) (featuring Mariah Carey) 3:24
17. Lady Marmalade (Live (1998 Hammerstein Ballroom)) 5:08
18. Patti Talk (Live (1998 Hammerstein Ballroom)) 3:09
19. A Change Is Gonna Come (Live (1998 Hammerstein Ballroom)) 4:04
20. Hold On (featuring Gerald Levert, Eddie Levert) 4:55
21. Somewhere Over the Rainbow 5:12
22. I Believe I Can Fly 2:51



Live R&B albums were a rarity in the '80s and '90s, when many urban contemporary artists were so reliant on studio technology that they were incapable of taking it to the stage. But Patti LaBelle still had what it took to deliver a worthwhile live performance, even if many of her studio albums sounded stiff, contrived and unspontaneous. Recorded live at New York's Hammerstein Ballroom in 1998, this two-CD set isn't perfect, but it has a lot more to offer than many of the by-the-book studio recordings she'd been making. Though some of the adult contemporary-type material isn't very exciting, Patti makes some sparks fly on inspired performances of "New Attitude," "If You Only Knew" and "You Are My Friend." The primary emphasis is on songs she'd done as a solo artist, but the Philadelphian does manage to get in a medley of "Lady Marmalade" and "What Can You Do for Me" (both '70s gems from her years leading the red-hot trio LaBelle) and revisits her Patti LaBelle & the Blue Belles period with "The Bells" and "Somewhere over the Rainbow." One could lament the absence of "Get You Somebody New" and "Isn't It a Shame" and wish that more songs from her years with LaBelle were included. But again, this album isn't ideal or definitive. Rather, it's a decent release that has more pluses than minuses.