℗ 1987 Elektra Entertainment
 

Make It Last Forever

Keith Sweat

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1
Something Just Ain't Right
Keith Sweat
5:14
2
Right and a Wrong Way
Keith Sweat
5:17
3
Tell Me It's Me You Want
Keith Sweat
4:49
4
I Want Her
Keith Sweat
6:00
5
Make It Last Forever (feat. Jacci McGhee)
Keith Sweat; Jacci McGhee
4:55
6
In the Rain
Keith Sweat
5:47
7
How Deep Is Your Love
Keith Sweat
4:51
8
Don't Stop Your Love
Keith Sweat
6:14
Total Playing Time    43:07
Make It Last Forever is the debut album of American R&B recording artist Keith Sweat. It was recorded at INS Recording and Power Play Studios in New York City. Released on November 24, 1987, the album went to #1 on the Top R&B Albums chart for three weeks. Make It Last Forever was one of the earliest R&B albums to showcase the up-and-coming new jack swing sound, as it was mostly produced by Sweat himself and music producer Teddy Riley.
192 kHz / 24-bit, 96 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Rhino/Elektra Studio Masters

Tracks 1-8 – contains high-resolution digital transfers of material originating from an analogue master source

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