Poolside

Poolside

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by Nu Shooz
     
 
The Oregon husband and wife duo of Nu Shooz made a quick impact on the pop and R&B/dance scene in the late '80s with their debut release on Atlantic. It had a coy charm, fueled by the successful singles "I Can't Wait" and "Point Of No Return." Valerie Day's voice had a bubbly innocence and was mixed in such a way that it sounded almost ethereal. Their synthesized

Overview

The Oregon husband and wife duo of Nu Shooz made a quick impact on the pop and R&B/dance scene in the late '80s with their debut release on Atlantic. It had a coy charm, fueled by the successful singles "I Can't Wait" and "Point Of No Return." Valerie Day's voice had a bubbly innocence and was mixed in such a way that it sounded almost ethereal. Their synthesized backbeats had a certain freshness, and the production and arrangements were the right mix of light and steady.

Product Details

Release Date:
10/25/1990
Label:
Atlantic Mod Afw
UPC:
0075678164729
catalogNumber:
81647
Rank:
32895

Tracks

Album Credits

Performance Credits

Nu Shooz   Primary Artist
Steve Reid   Keyboards
Jeff Lorber   Keyboards
Valerie Day   Percussion,Vocals,Background Vocals
Danny Schauffler   Saxophone
John Smith   Guitar,Keyboards
Nate Phillips   Bass
Lewis Livermore   Trumpet
Marty Higgins   Drums

Technical Credits

Jeff Lorber   rhythm arrangement
Tchad Blake   Engineer
Fritz Richmond   Engineer
John Smith   Producer
Bobby Warner   Engineer
Mike Moore   Engineer
Ellen Fitton   Engineer
Rick Waritz   Producer
Bob Defrin   Art Direction
Stephen Shelton   Engineer
Javier Romero   Illustrations
Jim Rodgers   Engineer
Rick Watitz   Producer

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Poolside 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
"I Can't Wait" is the best song- ever. It makes you want to dance like a banshee. I haven't heard any of the other songs on the album, but who cares? That song alone makes it worth it.