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Love Is Such a Funny Game
     

Love Is Such a Funny Game

by Michael Cooper
 
As the former co-lead singer of Con Funk Shun, Michael Cooper has become accustomed to success as an artist. With the release of his debut solo album, the results are no different. Love Is Such a Funny Game features a variety of rhythms. On November 4, 1987, Cooper released his debut

Overview

As the former co-lead singer of Con Funk Shun, Michael Cooper has become accustomed to success as an artist. With the release of his debut solo album, the results are no different. Love Is Such a Funny Game features a variety of rhythms. On November 4, 1987, Cooper released his debut single "To Prove My Love." Produced and written by Denzil Foster, Thomas McElroy, and Jay King, the dance single sailed its way up the Billboard R&B charts to the Number Three position. Cooper chants his way through the verse and displays his falsetto in the chorus and bridge, something he rarely did while with Con Funk Shun. Cooper then slows down the rhythm with "Dinner for Two." With its thumping bassline, sax intro, and silky background vocals, Cooper is able to unwind vocally with his authoritative yet passionate tenor. Produced by bandmates Felton C. Pilate II, Ron Everette, and Cooper, the single peaked at number 24, but warranted a better outing. Other notable singles featured on the album are "Quickness," "Look Before You Leave," a remake of the Carole King classic "You've Got a Friend," and the title track. Overall, Cooper creates a new sound and image for himself, but manages to retain the appeal that made Con Funk Shun so popular.

Product Details

Release Date:
10/25/1990
Label:
Warner Bros Mod Afw
UPC:
0075992565325
catalogNumber:
25653
Rank:
43188

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Performance Credits

Michael Cooper   Primary Artist,Guitar,Keyboards,Vocals,Background Vocals
Force M.D.'s   Background Vocals
Carl Green   Saxophone
David Agent   Guitar,Keyboards
Michael Butera   Saxophone
Jerry Ellis   Background Vocals
Denzil Foster   Keyboards,Background Vocals
Alexander Hill   Keyboards
Thomas McElroy   Keyboards
Patricia Nicholas   Background Vocals
Lee Peters   Background Vocals
Felton Pilot   Background Vocals
Wayne Wallace   Trombone,Keyboards
Pam Baker   Background Vocals
Felton C. Pilate   Keyboards,Background Vocals
Frank Cooper   Guitar,Keyboards
Rachael DeGroot   Background Vocals
Jody Lawson   Background Vocals
Tony Passarel   Soprano Saxophone

Technical Credits

David Houston   Engineer
Michael Cooper   Arranger,Producer,drum programming,Art Direction
David Agent   Arranger,Producer,drum programming
John Baccigaluppi   Engineer
Denzil Foster   Arranger,Producer,drum programming
Alexander Hill   Arranger,Programming
Jay King   Arranger,Producer
Thomas McElroy   Arranger,Producer,drum programming
Felton Pilot   Producer,Engineer,drum programming
Dale Ramsey   Engineer
Wayne Wallace   Contributor
Benjamin F. Wright   Arranger,Producer,Engineer
Felton C. Pilate   Producer,Engineer,drum programming
Kim Champagne   Art Direction
Gary Woltmon   Engineer
Ron Everette   Arranger,Producer

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