All in Love Is Fair" is a song by American singer-songwriter Stevie Wonder recorded for his sixteenth studio album, Innervisions (1973). Written and produced by Wonder, it was released as a 7" single in Brazil in 1974. The song is a pop ballad with lyrics that describe the end of a relationship through the use of clichés.
It was her first album with producer Gene Page, who also did the arrangements and conducting and gave the album a more R&B-oriented sound. Musicians on the album include Ray Parker J. Wah Wah Watson, and Tom Scott. Marvin Gaye is also listed on the back cover as "The Phantom," with "warmest thanks. All in Love Is Fair includes one of the few songs co-written by Wilson.
1974 album by Nancy Wilson. 1974 studio album by Nancy Wilson. Studio album by. Nancy Wilson. Page swaddles the singer in billowing strings and slow-burn funk rhythms, weaving a series of luminously sensual backdrops that wouldn't be out of place on Motown or Philadelphia International. He also notes that "the music never veers so far into the mainstream that Wilson abandons her jazz roots entirely, and she brings to the songs the intelligence and articulateness one would expect.
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1. You're As Right As Rain (3:08) 2. Try It, You'll Like It (4:46) 3. There'll Always Be Forever (3:00) 4. All In Love Is Fair (4:03) 5. Streetrunner (3:23) 6. Ocean Of Love (3:06) 7. To Make It Easier On You (4:12) 8. Tell The Truth (3:21) 9. My Love (3: 34). Nancy Wilson - All In Love Is Fair (1974).
You're As Right As Rain
Try It, You'll Like It
There'll Always Be Forever
All In Love Is Fair
Ocean Of Love
To Make It Easier On You
Tell The Truth
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