Growing up in Brooklyn, New York, Ronnie Dyson became an iconic voice of the 1960s as the lead vocalist in the Broadway show Hair's anthem of the hippie era "Aquarius." He went on to make several fine soul albums between 1970 and 1983. Presented here is one of his last singles, released in 1991, one year after his untimely death at age 40 in 1990. The "A" side, "Are We So Far Apart (We Can't Talk Anymore)" features vocalist Vicki Austin, while the "B" side "Constantly" became one of his biggest club hits. Newly remastered.