At Peace with Woman
Download links and information about At Peace with Woman by The Jones Girls. This album was released in 1980 and it belongs to Hip Hop/R&B, Soul genres. It contains 8 tracks with total duration of 36:51 minutes.
|Artist:||The Jones Girls|
|Genre:||Hip Hop/R&B, Soul|
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|1.||Children of the Night||5:11|
|2.||Let's Celebrate (Sittin' on Top of the World)||4:19|
|3.||Dance Turned Into a Romance||4:28|
|4.||I Close My Eyes||4:55|
|5.||At Peace with Woman||4:31|
|6.||When I'm Gone||4:48|
|7.||I Just Love the Man||4:41|
|8.||Back in the Day||3:58|
Because the Jones Girls were a female trio that recorded for Kenny Gamble and Leon Huff's Philadelphia International label in the late 1970s and early 1980s, they were inevitably compared to the Three Degrees. And, to be sure, the Three Degrees influenced them along the way, but the Jones Girls were also heavily influenced by the Emotions. The bottom line is that they were an appealing R&B group in their own right, and their blend of sweetness and grit was the epitome of Northern soul. Recorded at Philly's legendary Sigma Sound in 1980, At Peace With Woman was their second album for Philadelphia International and boasts some of the sisters' best work. The playful "I Just Love the Man" and the perky "Dance Turned Into a Romance," both written by Gamble & Huff, were major hits — and the Jones Girls are equally impressive on album tracks that range from the nostalgic "Back in the Day" to an inspired cover of the Stylistics' "Children of the Night." Although the trio didn't record a lot of message songs at Philadelphia International, the title song is a philosophical gem that addresses the battle of the sexes and asserts that serious social problems will continue to plague the world unless men and women learn to get along better. Produced by Gamble & Huff, Dexter Wansel, and other Philadelphians, At Peace With Woman is among the Jones Girls' most essential albums.