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Two complete recordings except for (Couldn't Find Love) Without You / Magic Words
Never Say Never, released in 2009, is the second album from the 1990s hard rock band Alias. In early January 2009, Alias announced the release of their long awaited second album. This album, appropriately titled “Never Say Never”, sat unreleased for nearly 18 years. It was recorded in 1992 and was planned to follow the self-titled debut album Alias. However, due to the rapidly evolving music scene of that time where the grunge movement was growing in popularity and metal was fading, it was never released. A few of the songs from this album were re-recorded and appeared on lead vocalist Freddy Curci’s solo album Dreamer’s Road, but many tracks remained unreleased.
Less sociopolitical than previous efforts, Give Get Take Have offers "Mr. Welfare Man" as its sole attempt to enlighten and enhance. Mayfield was obviously experiencing the joys of new love when he cut "Only You Babe" and "This Love Is Sweet," and the tear-jerking numbers "In Your Arms Again" and "Party Night." His aching falsetto coos and purrs, but sounds weakened on this LP. Overall, the album falls short of Mayfield's former releases, but even great artists don't always achieve their usual high standards. Never Say You Can't Survive was the last Curtis Mayfield album done in a pure soul vein for the next three years.
is the thirteenth album by singer Melba Moore, released in 1983. This album featured the hits "Keeping My Lover Satisfied", "Livin' for Your Love" and "Love Me Right". This album was notable for a remake of her 1976 hit "Lean on Me".