Alyson Williams Featuring Nikki D ‎– My Love Is So Raw (1989)

Alyson Williams (born May 11, 1962 in New York City, NY) is an R&B singer.

The daughter of bandleader / trumpeter Bobby Booker, she began her career by singing background vocals for various artists including, Curtis Hairston, Melba Moore (“Love’s Coming At Ya”), B. B. & Q. Band, Cashflow, Unlimited Touch, Bobby Brown and Barbara Mitchell before joining the group High Fashion, which also featured Meli’sa Morgan. After they disbanded, Alyson sang with the group The Affair before moving onto a solo career.

Her first single, “Yes We Can Can”, was first released on Profile Records in 1986; a release on the Def Jam label followed in 1987. At the label, she established herself as an in demand vocalist, duetting with many of her label mates including Chuck Stanley (“Make You Mine Tonight”) and Oran “Juice” Jones (“How To Love Again”).

Her first album release and the first R&B female singer signed to Def Jam, she released the album Raw in 1989. The album produced the singles “My Love is So Raw”, featuring female rapper Nikki D, and “Sleep Talk”.

The remixes for “My Love Is So Raw” were credited to C.J.Mackintosh and David Dorrell in the UK but on this US 12″ Promo, a sticker on the sleeve proclaims new remixes by M.A.R.R.S. (Pump Up The Volume) of which Mackintosh and Dorrell were members.

My Love Is So Raw                                             5:09

My Love Is So Raw (Raw U.K. Edit)                     4:10

My Love Is So Raw (Extended Club Mix)              7:00

My Love Is So Raw (Percapella Mix)                    5:54


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