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#FANDROSSFRIDAY: ‘My Sensitivity’

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 in a mini-series for you to enjoy.

This week’s feature is “My Sensitivity.” With an intimately staged theatre-in-the-round, Luther and his vocalists create a dreamy, sexy performance of his “autobiography” song, as he called it.

As Luther slides across the stage in his lightweight cardigan, the ladies still manage to look graceful and elegant in their slinky red dresses, even though their attire had a whopping 15 pounds of beads! And it’s no wonder everyone has such polished dance moves… the choreographer for this tour, Lester Wilson, also choreographed Saturday Night Fever.

This rare and exclusive video footage is courtesy of thorn world.

#FANDROSSFRIDAY: ”Til My Baby Comes Home’

The Night I Fell in Love album featuring “‘Til My Baby Comes Home”

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 in a mini-series for you to enjoy.

This week’s feature is “‘Til My Baby Comes Home.” The album was released on March 8, 1985 but this single, written by Luther Vandross and Marcus Miller, was released two months earlier. We’ve combined rare concert footage and commentary from Luther’s tour mates for this special production.

In Vegas 2001, the strip was hot as Luther and his crew took to the stage with this funky version of “‘Til My Baby Comes Home.”

Exclusive archival video is courtesy of thorn world.

#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.