Up next in this series for music albums I recommend, I have the 1989 album by Company B, titled Gotta Dance. As is a habit of mine, whenever I listen to an artist on Spotify, I usually will listen to their whole discography before moving on to another artist. So with that said, you can expect to see a lot of albums in sequence of each other from the same artists, and it was the first album from this girl group that I recommended in the first post of this series.
I had a love and hate relationship with this album. It wasn’t horrible, but it didn’t make me jump for joy either. This girl group did a great rendition of the song Boogie Woogie Bugle Boy. It’s probably my favorite track on the whole album, but it seems kind of “odd ball” to all the other tracks. I think they did that song because the lyrics contain the name of their group in it. There’s a few other tracks that are ok. The first few tracks had me wondering if I wanted to listen to the whole thing or not. One thing to remember though is that it was 1989 when they recorded this album, and a lot of music was either really good, or it was not that good. This album is a mix of both.
11 songs, 55 minutes, 57 seconds
- You Stole My Heart
- Face to Face
- The Way I Feel
- I Know You Know
- Boogie Woogie Bugle Boy
- 808 Express
- Gotta Dance
- My Best Shot
- Easy to Be Hard
- Incredible Boy
- Show Me Love – Extended Version
LISTEN ON SPOTIFY:
Spotify Web Player – [link]
ARTIST’S PAGE ON SPOTIFY:
Find this artist’s main page on Spotify for access to all discography – [link]
ABOUT THE GROUP ON WIKIPEDIA:
Read about Company B – [link]
BUY IT AT AMAZON:
Purchase the album here – [link]
See all Company B albums on Amazon – [link]
Note: Not an affiliate link.
HIGH QUALITY IMAGE:
Album cover image found here – [link]
WHY THIS MUSIC SERIES OF RECOMMENDED MUSIC ALBUMS:
The purpose of this series is to highlight some of my favorite albums, new ones I discover that I liked, and to connect music fans of all ages with music they may have never heard before. I provide some basic information and links where you can find more information, where to listen on Spotify (my music streaming service of choice), and even where to buy the albums on Amazon if you would like to add it to your collection. I am not an amazon affiliate, so I do not get any commission if you use the link I provide. I maintain this series on my blog for the love of music, and for sharing music. Always support the artist. Streaming on music services like Spotify with a Premium account is great, but purchasing their music if you really enjoy it is even better.