The Liner/Sleeve Notes:
“SPECIAL THANKS TO: God and my mom and dad G. Louis. The Louis families and to those of you who co-operated in this realization. Love to my friends and to all of you everywhere.”
So, the A-Side opens with the title track “A Love Affair” – it’s pretty generic funk music with basic beats, I do quite enjoy the opening beats, and Romel’s vocals are pretty good, not too much to complain about here. I’m not a big person for funk and soul, but I do enjoy the fact the music is relatively local to me.
The B-Side opens with “It Could Be Love” which is definitely a slower song, I’m definitely more partial to this track as opposed to the one on the previous side. Romel’s vocals are definitely more predominant on this track. He’s pretty good. The track itself is pretty good.
Apparently, this $0.99 thrift store find is worth up to $445.00!
A – A Love Affair
B – It Could Be Love
Studio Musicians & Other Album Credits:
Executive Producer – Salvatore Milito
Lead & Background Vocals, Guitar, Bass, Drums, Percussion, Songs Written, Arranged & Produced by Romel Louis
Drums – Tony Gasbarro
Keyboards & Synthesizers – Erik Hasnick
Recorded and Mixed at Ambience Recorders
Recording & Mixing Engineer – Phil Bova
Assisting Engineer – Doug Meek
Mastered at Laquer Channel, Toronto
Distributed by Benson Records
Manufactured by Hit Records
Cover Design: Susan Gordon
Photography: Alan Dagenais
Produced & Realized by: Salvatore Milito
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