Title: Let Me Be Your Angel
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Let Me Be Your Angel is the second studio album by American singer Stacy Lattisaw. Released on April 21, 1980 by Cotillion Records, Lattisaw was 13 years old when this album was released. The album's first two singles, "Dynamite!" and "Jump to the Beat", both peaked at number one on the . disco charts in 1980. This would be her first album produced by Narada Michael Walden. All tracks composed by Bunny Hull and Narada Michael Walden; except where indicated.
Album · 1979 · 8 Songs. The Very Best of Stacy Lattisaw. Love On a Two-Way Street - Single.
Produced by Narada Michael Walden. Album Let Me Be Your Angel. Let Me Be Your Angel Lyrics. Look at me I have fallen so in love with you Please don't leave. Stay around Let me tell you all The things I feel Won't you please. Let me be your angel Let me be the one for you Let me be your angel Let me be the one you believe in. You might think I am much too young To understand Don't be fooled. Like a child I look into your eyes And hope someday I'll make you mine. Let me be your angel Let me be the one for you Let me be your angel Let me be the one you believe.
Let Me Be Your Angel. I recommend this to all Stacy Lattisaw fans and for those who may have heard her name but weren't familiar with her style. Published on July 15, 2003.
Artists Stacy Lattisaw Let Me Be Your Angel. Let Me Be Your Angel Stacy Lattisaw. Let Me Be Your Angel. This album has an average beat per minute of 109 BPM (slowest/fastest tempos: 78/134 BPM). See its BPM profile at the bottom of the page. Tracklist Let Me Be Your Angel.
Stacy Lattisaw was only 13 when, in 1980, she made her commercial breakthrough with her second album, Let Me Be Your Angel. Not surprisingly, the fact that she was just barely an adolescent got a lot of press; the black teen magazines that had given the Jackson 5 and the Sylvers so much coverage were quick to run articles on Lattisaw. Although Lattisaw had some developing to do in 1980, this is a fairly promising sophomore effort. Narada Michael Walden, who produced the LP and wrote or co-wrote all of the songs, doesn't treat Let Me Be Your Angel like a teen record. More often than not, he gives Lattisaw solid material to work with, and that includes infectious dance-funk items like "Jump to the Beat," "Don't You Want to Feel It (For Yourself)," and the hit "Dynamite!" as well as sentimental soul-pop ballads such as "My Love" and the title track.
Stacy Lattisaw (born November 25, 1966 in Washington, D. is an American R&B/Soul, Pop, Dance and Gospel music singer. Since the 1990s, she has exclusively sung gospel music, as a callback to her Christian roots. She recorded her first album at the age of twelve, and has scored 22 R&B chart hits with several songs- "Let Me Be Your Angel", "Jump to the Beat", "Love on a Two-Way Street", and "Miracles"-crossing over to the Pop mainstream.
|1||Jump To The Beat||5:20|
|3||You Don't Love Me Anymore||3:17|
|5||Let Me Be Your Angel||4:03|
|6||Don't You Want To Feel It (For Yourself)||5:55|
|7||You Know I Like It||5:23|
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – Atlantic Recording Corporation
- Copyright (c) – Atlantic Recording Corporation
- Made By – WEA Manufacturing Inc.
- Record Company – Cotillion
- Producer – Bunny Hull, Narada Michael Walden
NotesThe original LP artwork has been used for the front cover, showing Cotillion logo and LP Category.
But this reissue CD was only released under the Atlantic label.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode (Text): 0 7567-82168-2 4
- Barcode (String): 075678216824
- Other (original LP Category on front cover): SD 5219
- Matrix / Runout: 3 5219-2 SRC=02
|SD 5219||Stacy Lattisaw||Let Me Be Your Angel (LP, Album)||Cotillion||SD 5219||US||1980|
|SD 5219||Stacy Lattisaw||Let Me Be Your Angel (LP, Album, TP)||Cotillion||SD 5219||US||1980|
|K 450 710||Stacy Lattisaw||Let Me Be Your Angel (Cass, Album)||Cotillion, Atlantic||K 450 710||UK||1980|
|P-10940U||Stacy Lattisaw||Let Me Be Your Angel (LP, Album, Promo)||Cotillion||P-10940U||Japan||1980|
|COT 50710||Stacy Lattisaw||Let Me Be Your Angel (LP, Album)||Cotillion||COT 50710||Germany||1980|