The Telegraph has compiled its list of the 50 best love songs of the 1980s, and you can’t make that list without Luther!
The newspaper calls its pick — Luther Vandross’ “So Amazing,” from the 1986 album Give Me The Reason — an “exquisite soul soufflé. Makes you believe a man can fly” with the killer line, “I’d follow you to the moon in the sky above.”
Read the complete list of 1980s love songs at The Telegraph.
April 20, 1951 – July 1, 2005
Happy Father’s Day this weekend! To celebrate, we’re taking a look at the music video for “Dance With My Father,” the Grammy-winning title track from Luther Vandross’ 2003 album. A personal tribute to his late father, Luther wrote “Dance With My Father” with Richard Marx, winning Song of the Year and Best R&B Vocal Performance – Male at the Grammy Awards. The album Dance With My Father also won Best R&B Album.
The music video below shows images from Luther’s childhood and life, and clips of Luther’s friends with their families.
It’s official – Luther Vandross is now on the Hollywood Walk of Fame! Watch this video from the event!