February 28, 2021

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Chaka Khan - Chaka (1978) - €6,00



Chaka is the debut solo album by singer Chaka Khan. It was released on October 12, 1978 through Warner Bros Record label. 
Still very much an integral part of Rufus, Chaka Khan set the charts on fire with her debut solo release. The first single was the R&B chart-topper "I'm Every Woman," an Ashford & Simpson track with Khan lighting up the lyric with her tantalizing vocals. "Life Is a Dance," the second release, doesn't quite compare to its predecessor, but it still made the R&B Top 40. 
The sentimental ballad "Roll Me Through the Rushes" is poetically engaging, and despite never being released as a single, it became a mainstay of radio. 
Although Khan had much credibility from her association with Rufus, this album demonstrated that the dynamic vocalist could hold her own ground alone. 
Two singles were released from Chaka, the first being her anthemic solo debut "I'm Every Woman", one of Khan's signature. 
The album also features the ballad "Roll Me Through the Rushes", never commercially released as a single but still receiving considerable airplay in 1979, as well as Khan's cover version of Stevie Wonder's "I Was Made To Love Her", re-titled "I Was Made to Love Him".


Side one
1.  I'm Every Woman  (4:05)
2.  Love Has Fallen on Me  (4:52)
3.  Roll Me Through the Rushes  (4:42)
4.  Sleep on It  (4:21)
5.  Life Is a Dance  (4:20)

Side two
1.  We Got the Love  (3:27)
2.  Some Love  (5:50)
3.  A Woman in a Man's World  (3:56)
4.  The Message in the Middle of the Bottom  (4:15)
5.  I Was Made to Love Him  (3:23)


Notes
Release:  1978
Format:  LP
Genre: Soul
Label:  Warner Bros. Records
Catalog#   BSK 3245 

Vinyl:  VG
Cover:  Licht Beschadigd

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