Ray Parker, Jr., Woman Out of Control. Skooter and I wore this album out in college. After living in the "big house" on Broadway with 11 pals, we scaled down into apartment living, 8 guys in two, 2-bedroom apartments on Willow Street. We would have these "after set" parties after the bar closed and this was one of our go-to records. It keep things lively. And while we're at it - Ray Parker, Jr. is one of the most talented music-makers of all time. Just as Michael Jackson was no Prince, and Lionel Richie was no Michael; Ray Parker, Jr. has at least as much pure musical talent at those I mentioned. Other than the lame-ish Ghost Busters, his songs from that same era seemed to always get the short shrift. For instance - on this (like his other albums) all songs were written and produced by Ray. Plus - Ray Parker, Jr. is credited in the liner notes as playing "Drums, Bass (guitar), Guitar, Piano, Synthesizer, and Lead and Background Vocals." He does invite a few others to help on on things like flute, congas, tambourine, "percussion," and assorted background vocals.