My Special Love is the second studio album by American singer La Toya Jackson. Released in 1981, The album is one of Jackson's more successful, peaking at on the Billboard 200 albums chart. After the album's limited success, it fell into obscurity, receiving a limited re-release on CD in Japan in the early 1990s, which was quickly deleted. This was the last Jackson album released with Polydor Records.
La Toya Jackson is the 1980 self–titled debut album from American singer La Toya Jackson. It was released in America and mainland Europe. The album is most known for "Night Time Lover", a track produced by La Toya's brother Michael Jackson, who provides background vocals on the refrain. The album peaked at on the Billboard 200, on the Billboard R&B charts, and in the UK. It spawned two singles: "If You Feel the Funk" and "Night Time Lover".
La Toya’s previously unreleased original recording of Nia Peeples’ 1988 hit "Trouble", produced by Steve Harvey, has been mixed especially for this release. Such A Wicked Love", "Not Giving Up On Love" Imagem Music Recorded at Sigma Sound, NY. "If I Could Get To You" Universal/MCA Music Ltd/The International Music Network. Recorded at Ignited Productions, LA.
Essential collector’s item for all Jackson fans and completists. 20 page booklet includes rare photos, lyrics, discography and exclusive interview with Jackson family friend and album producer Ollie E. Brown. 1. stay the night 2. fill you up 3. giving you up 4. love song 5. I don’t want you to go 6. camp kuchi kaiai 7. summertime with you 8. special love bonus tracks 9. if you feel the funk (7 version) 10. Are you ready? (7 version) 11.
La Toya Yvonne Jackson (born May 29, 1956) is an American singer and activist. Jackson was the fifth of ten children in the Jackson family. Jackson began to participate in musical performances conducted by her brothers in the early 1970s, and had aspirations outside of music, but intrusion from her father influenced her choice on a career. After releasing her first album, Jackson continued to try and find a way to distance herself from her family. Jackson's music career went well into the 1980s, and continued into the 1990s. Her manager, Jack Gordon, forcibly married Jackson.