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Johnny Adams ‎– After Dark (1986)

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Johnny Adams ‎– After Dark (1986)

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1 	Lovers Will 	3:59
2 	I Don't Know You 	5:02
3 	Fortune Teller 	4:37
4 	Missing You 	2:59
5 	Do Right Woman-Do Right Man 	5:38
5 	Give A Broken Heart A Break 	4:00
7 	She Said The Same Things To Me 	4:08
8 	Garbage Man 	4:12
9 	Dancing Man 	3:49
10 	Snap Your Fingers 	3:56

Backing Vocals – E.L.S.
Bass – Darrel Francis Sr.
Drums – Wilbert "Stix" Arnold
Guitar – Renard Poché (6,7,9)
Keyboards – Craig Wroten
Lead Guitar – Johnny Adams (8)
Lead Guitar – Wayne Bennett (1-5, 10)
Rhythm Guitar – Elijah Rodgers
Soprano Saxophone, Alto Saxophone, Tenor Saxophone, Baritone Saxophone – Bill "Foots" Samuel
Trombone [Mouth Trombone] – Johnny Adams (10)
Trumpet, Flugelhorn – Terry Tullos
Valve Trombone – Ernie Gautreau
Vocals – Johnny Adams


When Johnny Adams signed with Rounder in the mid-'80s, few outside the R&B/soul and blues world were aware of his skills or eclectic range. After Dark was Adams' second Rounder session. It included amazing covers of Doc Pomus' "I Don't Know You" and "Give a Broken Heart a Break," John Hiatt's "Lovers Will," and the Dan Penn/Chips Moman soul classic "Do Right Woman -- Do Right Man." This was one of the first records on which Adams' wondrous voice, with its extensive range at the top and bottom, was both well-produced and effectively mastered and recorded. ---Ron Wynn, AllMusic Review

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