Top Five Duets of the 80s and 90s- Part One

This space showcases the best duets from the 80s and 90s.


The moment we talk about duets, the 80s and 90s come alive with colorful vibrancy. Plenty of memorable songs made their way during these decades. Everybody had their favorite duets. Several love song compilations were released by record companies. Although duets seldom found many buyers, they remain the essence of 80s and 90s.


1. I Don’t Know Much- Linda Ronstadt and Aaron Neville

This space showcases the best duets from the 80s and 90s.


The moment we talk about duets, the 80s and 90s come alive with colorful vibrancy. Plenty of memorable songs made their way during these decades. Everybody had their favorite duets. Several love song compilations were released by record companies. Although duets seldom found many buyers, they remain the essence of 80s and 90s.


1. I Don’t Know Much- Linda Ronstadt and Aaron Neville


It’s the beautiful lyrics of this song that connect with listeners.

Magic of this soulful ballad lies in meaning of the words ‘I Love You’ conveyed with simplicity and conviction. Aaron Neville’s fine nuances of vocal phrasing add dynamism to the song. Lind Ronstadt keeps it simple and clean.


2. Almost Paradise- Mike Reno and Ann Wilson


This love song is from the movie ‘Footloose’. Theatrical and overpowering is what it is. A listen to this song and you’ll know why. The beautiful melody and lyrical brilliance of this song are mesmerizing. Mike Reno and Ann Wilson deliver their vocal parts with relative ease. Eric Carmen wrote the lyrics of this power ballad.


3. Endless Love- Lionel Richie and Diana Ross


This ballad epitomizes what individuals feel when in love. Lionel Richie and Diana Ross give the song its distinct R&B flavor. Passionate voices interweave a beautiful atmospheric presence that is blissful and serene. A song that’s hard to get out of your system once you’ve heard it. It just remains, pure and flawless.


4. Up Where We Belong- Joe Coker and Jennifer Warnes


This popular duet is from the blockbuster movie ‘An Officer and a Gentleman’. What make an instant impression are the beautiful lyrics by Will Jennings. Joe Cocker and Jennifer Warnes croon picturesque words that keep hope alive for a better tomorrow. Joe Cocker’s throaty voice along with Jennifer Warne’s polished vocal range is a stunning combination.


5. Sometimes Love Just Ain’t Enough- Patty Smyth and Don Henley


Patty Smyth and Don Henley belt out this lyrical rock ballad. Emotional lyrics throw light on a past relationship between individuals. Two singers with distinctive vocal styles bring this song to life. Reflective, piercing and agonizingly brilliant this song is a healer. The song is included in Patty Smyth’s self titled album.

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