In 1982, Jennifer Holliday followed up her success playing “Effie” in the original Broadway production of “Dreamgirls” with her first album , “Feel My Soul” was released on the Geffen Records and produced by Maurice White of Earth, Wind & Fire fame and would go to #31 on the Billboard Charts and #6 on the R&B/Hip Hop albums chart.
Jennifer would return in 1985 with her second album for Geffen, “Say You Love Me” would use a range of producers, including Tommy LiPuma and Arthur Baker and Michael Jackson would co-write and produce the album opener “You’re The One”.
Two singles would be released from “Say You Love Me” , “Hard Times For Lovers” and “No Frills Love” , both would feature some outstanding production and remix work by Arthur Baker with edits by The Latin Rascals.
Hard Times For Lovers (Extended Dance Remix) 7:00
Hard Times For Lovers (Dub Version) 6:45