“Oh my love, a thousand kisses from you is never too much. I just don’t wanna stop…”
“My first love, you’re every breath that I take. You’re every step I make.”
“If I could get another chance, another walk, another dance with him, I’d play a song that would never, ever end.”
Look what we have found… a Luther Vandross performance at his record breaking sold-out Wembley shows, 25 years ago. Were any of you at the show?
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Fans in the UK can now pre-order Luther Vandross – The Greatest Hits album on iTunes! The album is being released exclusively in the UK.
Have a listen to this snippet of “Love It, Love It” as featured on Luther Vandross – The Greatest Hits album, available to pre-order now exclusively in the UK. #loveitloveit
Coming November 17th exclusively in the UK, Luther Vandross – The Greatest Hits. Featuring a previously unreleased track “Love It, Love It.” You can pre-order the album in the UK here.
Luther Vandross – The Greatest Hits Track Listing:
1. Never Too Much
2. Always And Forever
3. Dance With My Father
4. So Amazing
5. Give Me The Reason
6. Ain’t No Stopping Us Now
7. I Really Didn’t Mean It
9. The Closer I Get To You (with Beyoncé)
10. Here And Now
11. Your Secret Love
12. Any Love
13. A House Is Not A Home
14. Power Of Love/Love Power
15. Stop To Love
16. Endless Love (with Mariah Carey)
17. Love It, Love It previously unreleased
On September 27, 2003, Luther Vandross’ touching “Dance With My Father,” his final Billboard Hot 100 top 40 hit, peaked at No. 38. In a 2012 visit to Billboard‘s New York offices, Richard Marx recalled how he came to co-write the song with Luther: “In the aftermath of me losing my dad, Luther was one of the only people who knew what to say to me. He knew when to call me … it was like telepathy. He helped me through that time tremendously.”
Read more at Billboard.
In a recent interview, Lisa Fischer was asked about the most memorable show where she performed as a backup singer. Her answer:
I would say Luther Vandross Live at Royal Albert Hall would be it. I was touring with the Stones in Chicago, and then Luther had a private plane waiting for me to make it to London in time to do sound check, makeup and dress for the performance. … I was so exhausted, but his music and teachings were so a part of everything I had become that doing the show was real and surreal all at the same time. His voice, his melodies, my fellow background singers (Kevin, Ava, Tawatha and Pat) and the choreography that I’d been doing for years was so joyous. … It was like a public family reunion.
Read more at Steamboat Pilot & Today.