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D Train - Something's On Your Mind


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Something's On Your Mind Buy
I Treasure Your Pleasure Buy
You're the Reason Buy
Hustle and Bustle of the City Buy
Thank You Buy
I'll Do Anything Buy
So Far Away Buy
Thank You (Remix) Buy
Something's On Your Mind (Dub Mix) Buy
Thank You (Dub Remix) Buy
Something's On Your Mind (Radio Edit) Buy
Thank You (Radio Edit) Buy
Released in 1984, Something's on Your Mind was the last of three albums that singer/composer James "D-Train" Williams and producer/keyboardist/composer Hubert Eaves III -- together known as D Train -- recorded for Prelude. In 1985, Williams and Eaves left the small New York-based label (which subsequently went out of business) and, although they continued to work together, Williams signed with Columbia as a solo artist in 1986. Something's on Your Mind isn't quite as essential as D Train's self-titled debut album of 1982, but it's still impressive. The moody yet funky title song became a major hit, and the duo is equally captivating on funk/dance offerings like "I'll Do Anything" and "Hustle and Bustle of the City" (which should have been released as a single). To its credit, the duo isn't afraid to try different things -- "Thank You" finds Williams and Eaves detouring into reggae, while a brief performance of Carole King's "So Far Away" combines R&B with adult contemporary/soft rock elements. Eaves' keyboards played a prominent role on most of the duo's Prelude recordings, but on "So Far Away" Williams accompanies himself on acoustic guitar.