Bob & Pauline Wilson ‎– Somebody Loves You

Cool Sound ‎– COOL-058
CD, Album, Remastered

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1 I'll Keep My Eyes On Jesus
Written-By – B. Wilson*, G. Wilson*
2 With Love In Your Eyes
Written-By – B. Wilson*
3 Joyful Melody
Written-By – B. Wilson*, M. Vieha*
4 Vision: Power And Glory
Written-By – B. Wilson*, K. Clark*
5 You Can't Hide
Written-By – B. Wilson*, M. Vieha*
6 Somebody Loves You
Written-By – B. Wilson*, G. Wilson*
7 Lullabye Of Love
Written-By – B. Wilson*, M. Vieha*
8 Int He Spirit
Written-By – B. Wilson*
9 Jesus Is My Lord
Written-By – B. Wilson*

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©&℗1981 Word Inc.
Manufactured by Cool Sound Inc. Tokyo, Japan under license from Word Entertainment through The MJM Entertainment Group
Album recorded and mixed at Golden Sound Studios, Hollywood, CA
Mastered at Allen Zenitz Recording, Hollywood, CA
Digitally remastered at Bob Stone Mastering

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  • Other: sample disc
  • Rights Society: JASRAC

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February 20, 2012

Being a diehard Seawind fan, i had great expectations for this album. Needless to say I was not disappointed.

That great Seawind horn sound and accompanying funk grooves bring back memories of yesteryear.

For those who are not familiar, Seawind the band was no stranger to Christian music as there previous albums all contained spiritual subject matter.

This album is a definate facet to anyone's Seawind collection.

I love this album. I have the original lp vinyls. Pauline does most of the singing with her husband doing some background vocals and lyric & music production. I really wish they were still singing. Pauline has soul even though she sounds more "white" but you can tell she listened to Black music. Before you say it doesn't matter, when singing certain songs it does but I more say it to those who listen primarily African/American music they won't be disappointed. She also has quite the high range. Oh don't let the cover fool you there isn't any island music on here or at least not much.

If a rock and roll alien came upon the planet and wondered exactly what the NAC tag meant musically, Pauline Wilson's bright and snazzy vocals on Intuition might make a perfect example. The tunes, written by a variety of known names like Gregg Karukas and Brenda Russell, are not quite trendy enough to be Top 40 hits, but still stylish, hooky, and affable. As any good song stylist knows, it's important to surround oneself with a great support system, and Yutaka Yokokura (with whom Wilson has toured) has produced some bright sounds featuring strong reed contributions by Judd Miller, Brandon Fields, Gary Herbig and Gary Meek. And yet standing out above the stellar musicianship is the crisp, pristine, powerful yet not overwrought voice that drove Seawind fans crazy once upon a time. She tugs at the heart, but is tasteful in her choice not to send us to intensive care.