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#FANDROSSFRIDAY: The Night I Fell In Love

Luther Vandross The Night I Fell In Love

In celebration of the release of Luther’s fourth studio album in March 1985, The Night I Fell in Love, FANDROSS has its own version of March Madness for you to enjoy.

This exclusive concert footage from Thorn World is mixed with little-known stories from Luther’s team. Here are some other fun facts from The Night I Fell in Love album:

  • “Creepin” was written and sung by Steve Wonder. His version includes a harmonica solo.
  • Artist Billy Preston performs a dazzling feature on the organ in “‘Til My Baby Comes Home.”
  • Luther’s mother Mary Ida, and his sisters Pat and Ann, were featured in the “It’s Over Now” music video as the nosy neighbors.

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