Promise – Sade – 1985


Album Promise by Sade
Album Promise by Sade

Promise is the second studio album by English band Sade, released in November 1985 by Epic Records. The album was a commercial and critical success, reaching number one in the UK and the US, and selling over four million copies worldwide. The album features some of Sade’s most popular songs, such as “The Sweetest Taboo”, “Is It a Crime”, and “Never as Good as the First Time”. The album showcases Sade’s distinctive blend of soul, jazz, and pop, with smooth vocals, lush arrangements, and romantic lyrics. The album’s title reflects Sade’s commitment to her music and her fans, as well as her personal struggles with fame and relationships. Promise is a timeless classic that showcases Sade’s unique style and talent.

If you are a fan of soul, jazz, or smooth music in general, then you need to own Promise by Sade. It is a must-have for any music collection.

The personnel of the album Promise by Sade, released in 1985, are as follows:

  • Sade Adu: vocals, co-producer on tracks 4, 6 and 10
  • Stuart Matthewman: saxophone, guitar
  • Andrew Hale: keyboards
  • Paul S. Denman: bass
  • Dave Early: drums, percussion
  • Martin Ditcham: percussion
  • Pete Beachill: trombone
  • Terry Bailey: trumpet
  • Jake Jacas: backing vocals
  • Robin Millar: producer on tracks 1-3, 5, 7-9
  • Mike Pela: co-producer on track 6, engineer, mixing engineer
  • Ben Rogan: co-producer on tracks 4 and 10, engineer, mixing engineer
  • Herbie Jr.: lacquer cut by

Source: Wikipedia

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