Bay-Area Modern Soul and Boogie Funk from 1983. Let Love Take A Holiday was recorded and produced on the Reynolds Records label (Quinn Harris, Steve Marshall, Steve Parks, San Francisco Express). The album has recently gained more attention because of the collectible ‘A Dream Without You’ 7″ produced from the album. It is also featured on the new British Compilation ‘Jazz Bizniz 4’ (Counterpoint Records).
By 1983 when Let Love Take A Holiday was recorded politics, drugs and peoples’ perception of love had changed a lot. ‘Free Love’ was no longer accepted. And so the lyrics reflect a more realistic attitude. While shying away from the typical love songs that characterize soul music, Let Love Take A Holiday still retains an innocence and is just as relevant today as it was 25 years ago.