Randy Crawford's first solo album, Everything Must Change was produced by Stewart Levine. Like the albums that followed, it's a virtual masterpiece; the studio was crawling with heavyweights, and Crawford always brings out the best in everyone involved. Her version of "I've Never Been to Me" bests Charlene's original, and even Dennis Edwards' emotional ordeal. The title track represents nearly five minutes of social drama, and she makes "I'm Easy," "I Had to See Him One More Time," and "Don't Let Me Down" so personal you think she's singing about you.
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AllMusic Review by Andrew Hamilton