The Winans's Tomorrow, released by Light Records in 1984, would establish the group as a formidable quartet within the gospel and secular tradition and elevate their profile to mainstream audiences.
Bunny DeBarge looks back thirty years later.
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“I didn’t want to make a retro album,” Dan explains. “We didn’t record it in a retro way. We recorded it live on the floor, but there’s lots of low end.”