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LOTL Welcomes The Legendary Stephanie Mills

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Throughout the 1970s, '80s, and '90s, Stephanie Mills established herself as a versatile powerhouse just as at home sultrily conveying a quiet-storm ballad as she was belting out gospel-rousing lines on the Broadway stage. Even now, her live shows draw captive audiences longing to hear favorites ranging from her signature number, "Home" (from Broadway's The Wiz),to late '70s/early '80s soul-disco gems ("Never Knew Love Like This Before," "Sweet Sensation," "Two Hearts") and late-'80s/early-'90s anthems ("I Feel Good All Over," "Something in the Way You Make Me Feel," and "Comfort of a Man"). One important phase of Mills' career, however, has been frequently overlooked in both the history books and the singer's own concerts. From 1982 to 1984, the sophisticated chanteuse released three albums for the late Neil Bogart's Casablanca label, commencing with Tantalizingly Hot and concluding with I've Got the Cure. 

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