True Love

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All Music Guide - Alex Henderson
A radical departure from the type of slick pop
ock she'd been embracing on albums like Tropico and Wide Awake in Dreamland, True Love found Pat Benatar embracing blues and early pre-rock R&B. Opting for less production and a much rawer approach, an inspired Benatar ditches the synthesizers and keyboards and sounds like she's leading a bar band in a Chicago dive. From Albert King's "I Get Evil" to B.B. King's "Payin' the Cost to Be the Boss" to Charles Brown's "Please Come Home for Christmas," the results aren't breathtaking, but are generally honest and soulful. Quite clearly, this was an album ...
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Editorial Reviews

All Music Guide - Alex Henderson
A radical departure from the type of slick pop
ock she'd been embracing on albums like Tropico and Wide Awake in Dreamland, True Love found Pat Benatar embracing blues and early pre-rock R&B. Opting for less production and a much rawer approach, an inspired Benatar ditches the synthesizers and keyboards and sounds like she's leading a bar band in a Chicago dive. From Albert King's "I Get Evil" to B.B. King's "Payin' the Cost to Be the Boss" to Charles Brown's "Please Come Home for Christmas," the results aren't breathtaking, but are generally honest and soulful. Quite clearly, this was an album Benatar was eager to make.
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 4/9/1991
  • Label: Capitol
  • UPC: 094632180520
  • Catalog Number: 21805
  • Sales rank: 75,558

Album Credits

Performance Credits
Pat Benatar Primary Artist, Vocals
Roomful of Blues Background Vocals
Lenny Castro Percussion
Chuck Domanico Bass
Bob Enos Trumpet
Charlie Giordano Organ, Piano, Accordion
Neil Giraldo Guitar
Myron Grombacher Drums
Doug James Baritone Saxophone
Rich Lataille Alto Saxophone
Greg Piccolo Tenor Saxophone
Carl Querfurth Trombone
John Rossi Drums
Technical Credits
Gordon Fordyce Engineer
Neil Giraldo Composer, Producer
Myron Grombacher Composer
Stephen Marcussen Mastering
Norman Moore Art Direction
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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Pat Benetar Like you have never heard

    I found it again. Years ago when this was first released I chanced upon it. She is spectacular! She rocks with Blues!

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