By James Earl Hardy
Updated May 28, 1993 at 04:00 AM EDT

Always You

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  • Music

After the new-jack pop of 1989’s It’s Real, James Ingram comes back soft and sappy on Always You. He can’t pump life into love songs with no soul, and the best cuts — ”This Is the Night,” ”You Never Know What You Got,” and ”Sing for the Children” — barely hint at the vocal power he possesses.

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Always You

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  • Music
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