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    Second Nature - Dan Hartman

    Anyone else hear some Motown in this one?




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    Dan was definitely influenced by 60s R&B on that album so yeah I hear it a little.

    What an underrated talent he was! I Can Dream About You is STILL that bop!

  3. #3
    Is he the one who wrote It's Never Too Late for Diana Ross?

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    Quote Originally Posted by midnightman View Post
    Dan was definitely influenced by 60s R&B on that album so yeah I hear it a little.

    What an underrated talent he was! I Can Dream About You is STILL that bop!
    Thanks midnight, I knew you would I think you can hear a little bit of Motown in "I Can't Get Enough" as well

    AND YES INDEED!!!!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Koach View Post
    Is he the one who wrote It's Never Too Late for Diana Ross?
    Yes he is Koach, I had no idea about that!

    Perhaps not what he's best known for though...

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    I hear Hall and Oates in this.
    Thanks for sharing this Tom Tom ! Don't know the song and enjoyed seeing Dan Hartman in a video, although I have to say that pointless, contrived videos , of which this is an exact example, , made solely to get a song played on MTV, was another reason 80's music became a turn off for me.

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    You’re welcome Boogie! The whole album has a Hall & Oates feel about it, especially "I Can Dream About You", as Dan originally wrote it with them in mind, apparently!


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    ^ H&O eventually did record it years later but by then, Dan was unfortunately gone.

    Y'all know he produced James Brown's final pop hit, right?

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