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December 16, 2016

Cheryl Lynn – Preppie (1983) – Lp

by Record Facts

Cheryl Lynn (born Lynda Cheryl Smith; March 11, 1957) is an American singer. Lynn is best known for her songs during the late–1970s through the mid–1980s; including 1978’s R&B/Disco song, “Got to Be Real“. Lynn’s singing career began when she was a young girl with her church choir. However, her professional singing career started during 1976 when she obtained a job as a backing vocalist for the national touring company of the musical drama The Wiz.

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Artist:  Cheryl Lynn
Title:  Preppie
Year:  1983
Format:  LP
Label:  CBS Records
Catalog# 25714

Preppie is the fifth studio album by American recording R&B artist Cheryl Lynn, released on November 04, 1983 by Columbia Records. The album features the R&B hit singles, “Encore” and “This Time”.
For her album, Preppie, Lynn produced most of the tracks with the exception of the single “Encore”  – which was written and produced by the Minneapolis funk music duo, Jimmy Jam & Terry Lewis.

Another stunning cut is the pulsing “FIX IT”, it’s as good as it gets, I’ve never hear it on the air. The breezy “FOOL A FOOL”, “THIS TIME”, a very true ballad and the pulsing “CHANGE THE CHANNEL” are all fantastic recordings. “PREPPIE” is as busy as ever,a lively cut. Another busy piece, “LOVE RUSH”, “NO ONE ELSE WILL DO” a great ballad , her original song “FREE”, a busy one, to the pulsing “LIFE’S TOO SHORT”.

 

Side one
1.  Encore  (5:20)
2.  Fix It  (4:02)
3.  Fool A Fool  (3:50)
4.  This Time  (4:26)
5.  Change The Channel  (3:15)

Side two
1.  Preppie  (4:08)
2.  Love Rush  (4:16)
3.  No One Else Will Do  (4:46)
4.  Free  (4:40)
5.  Life’s Too Short  (5:07)

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