This is her most commercial Blue Note offering, as she was dropped after Who Is This Bitch Anyway, an aptly titled album given that Marlena constantly bickered with Blue Note about the minuscule sales of three previous albums. Marlena craved a hit, something she hadn't experienced since "Mercy, Mercy, Mercy" made the R&B charts in 1967 on Cadet Records. Blue Note hired R&B producers Bert DeCoteaux and Tony Silvester to make it happen, but it never did; only the disco-ish "It's Better Than Walking Out" surfaced.
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A 1976 offering on the Blue Note label by Merlena Shaw. This album features such great cuts as "Love Has Gone Away", "This Time I'll Be Sweeter", and the lilting "You and Me". She was their first female artist, but Blue Note Records didn't have a clue on how to record or promote Marlena Shaw. Her two Cadet albums are more satisfying than any of her five Blue Note sets
Just a Matter of Time (1976). Album by Marlena Shaw. Think About Me. was sampled in.
3. This Time I'll Be Sweeter. 4. Marlena Shaw. 5. You and Me. 6. Love Has Gone Away. 7. Sing to Me.
Just a Matter of Time is an album by American vocalist Marlena Shaw recorded in 1976 and released on the Blue Note label. The song "Be For Real" was covered by Leonard Cohen on his 1992 album The Future. Reception Track listing. It's Better Than Walkin' Out" (Lee Garrett, Robert Taylor) - 4:20. Brass Band" (Bradford Craig) - 3:40. This Time I'll Be Sweeter" (Gwen Guthrie, Patrick Grant) - 4:57
It's Just a Matter of Time is the forty-second album by American singer/guitarist Glen Campbell, released in 1985 (see 1985 in music). Side 1: "It's Just a Matter of Time" (Clyde Otis, Brook Benton, Belford Hendricks) - 2:27. Wild Winds" (Dave Hanner) - 3:25. Cowboy Hall of Fame" (Jimmy Webb) - 2:33. Rag Doll" (Steve Eaton) - 4:00. Call Home" (Mike Reid, Troy Seals) - 3:26. Side 2: "Do What You Gotta Do" (Webb) - 3:44. Cowpoke" (Stan Jones) - 2:45. Shattered" (Webb) - 3:30.