July 23, 1992
Once a record makes it to radio, a number of variables can make the difference between unmemorable music and an unforgettable single. It could be a catchy chorus that reels the listeners in, or perhaps an irresistible dance rhythm. It could even be something as simple as the singing itself.But in the case of Lisa Stansfield's "All Woman," what makes the song click with its audience isn't how it sounds, but what it says. It starts off describing the end of a typical day, as he comes home from work, worn and weary, only to snap at the toll the day's labors have taken on her appearance.