Will to Power

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All Music Guide - Jose F. Promis
In 1988, the Florida dance outfit Will to Power infiltrated dancefloors with their freestyle/dance hits "Dreamin'" and "Say It's Gonna Rain," which, superficially, may have resembled the music and production styles of acts such as Exposé and the Cover Girls, but in reality were more street and aggressive. Then, out of left field, came their unlikely and ultimately massive medley
emake of Peter Frampton's "Baby I Love Your Way" and Lynyrd Skynyrd's "Free Bird." The song, titled "Baby I Love Your Way/Free Bird Medley (Free Baby)," infuriated rock purists but delighted the record-buying public. The well-produced ballad, which was a lush, ...
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All Music Guide - Jose F. Promis
In 1988, the Florida dance outfit Will to Power infiltrated dancefloors with their freestyle/dance hits "Dreamin'" and "Say It's Gonna Rain," which, superficially, may have resembled the music and production styles of acts such as Exposé and the Cover Girls, but in reality were more street and aggressive. Then, out of left field, came their unlikely and ultimately massive medley
emake of Peter Frampton's "Baby I Love Your Way" and Lynyrd Skynyrd's "Free Bird." The song, titled "Baby I Love Your Way/Free Bird Medley (Free Baby)," infuriated rock purists but delighted the record-buying public. The well-produced ballad, which was a lush, thumping track augmented by gloriously rich vocals, rocketed all the way to number one and became one of the year's biggest hits and an enduring 1980s classic. Will to Power managed to score with a fourth hit from the album, the dramatic and urgent "Fading Away," which, to this day, can still pack a dancefloor. The rest of the tracks on this set, some a bit tinny and lightweight, don't really hold up to the singles, but on the strength of the singles alone, Will to Power winds up being a near-great album, and a must for fans of late-'80s dance-pop.
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 10/25/1990
  • Label: Sony
  • UPC: 074644094022
  • Catalog Number: 40940

Album Credits

Performance Credits
Will to Power Primary Artist
Betty Wright Vocals
Sandeé Vocals
Donna Allen Vocals
Lawrence Dermer Keyboards
Dr. J Saxophone, Vocals
David Hobbs Turntables
Winston Johnson Keyboards
Gary King Guitar
Harry King Vocals
Lester Mendez Keyboards
David Rosenthal Keyboards
Fro Sosa Keyboards
Suzi Carr Vocals
Mark Rice Turntables
Elin Michaels Vocals
Bob Rosenberg Keyboards, Vocals
Lazaro Mendez Keyboards
Alé Lorenzo Vocals
April Newman Vocals
Lori Miller Vocals
Technical Credits
Mark Richman Engineer
Mike Couzzi Engineer
Lester Mendez Producer
Keith Morrison Engineer
Jerry Solomon Engineer
Jerry Soloman Engineer
Suzi Carr Producer
Bob Rosenberg Producer
Eric Schilling Engineer
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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Will to Powerful Voices

    Good uptempo music here with a ballad or two. Bob Rosenberg, the drive behind Will to Power, uses philosophy as a starting place for lyrics and even the name of his group! It's dance music with a brain. The remake of "Baby I Love Your Way" is decent too. Elin Michaels, one of the greatest dance/pop voices to come along in a while sings back-up here, and lead with Rosenberg on the follow-up album. Wish they were still recording, or that Michaels or Rosenberg would do something again - its good stuff.

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