Bobby is the third studio album by American R&B singer Bobby Brown, released in 1992 by MCA Records. The album continued the R&B/new-jack sound of its successful predecessor, Don't Be Cruel. Reid, and Daryl Simmons returned as songwriters and producers, however Brown also worked with new producers, most notably Teddy Riley, who was considered a pioneer of the new jack swing genre. Riley also co-wrote and produced the majority of the album.
Singer Bobby Brown, known for hits including "Don't Be Cruel" and "Humpin' Around," is also famous for his troubled marriage to Whitney Houston. Who Is Bobby Brown? Born in Boston in 1969, singer Bobby Brown became famous in the 1980s and early 1990s for hits including "Don't Be Cruel" and "Humpin' Around. His musical fame, however, became eclipsed in the late 1990s by his troubled marriage to pop star Whitney Houston, whom he eventually divorced in 2007. In December 1986, Brown released his first solo album, King of Stage. While the album sold modestly and scored one major hit with the ballad "Girlfriend," it failed to generate the level of excitement and acclaim for which Brown had hoped. Seeking to reinvent himself as an adult artist, Brown spent the next two years working closely with the acclaimed R&B songwriters and producers Teddy Riley, .
Robert Barisford Brown (born February 5, 1969) is an American singer-songwriter, occasional rapper, dancer and actor. Starting a solo career, he enjoyed success with his second album in 1988, Don't Be Cruel, which spawned a number of hit singles including the self-penned "My Prerogative", and the Grammy Award–winning "Every Little Step"
Listen online to Ohio Players - A Woman and Some Soul and see which albums it appears on. Scrobble songs and get recommendations on other tracks and artists. Showing albums featuring A Woman and Some Soul. Best Soul & R'n'B. 21 Oct 2012 · 23 tracks.
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Two Can Play That Game. Backing Vocals – Bernard Belle, Chauncey Hannibal, Joseph Stonestreet, Levon Little, Marsha McClurkin, Mary Brown, Omar Chandler, Teddy RileyEngineer – Jean-Marie HorvatEngineer – Earl Thomas, Franklyn Grant, Keston WrightInstruments – Teddy RileyMixed By – Jean-Marie Horvat, Teddy RileyWritten-By – Bernard Belle, Bobby Brown, David "Redhead" Guppy, Teddy Riley. Bobby was a pretty underrated album, considering it came off the massive Don't Be Cruel era. It was still a solid album in it's own right though. Reply Notify me Helpful.
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Bobby Brown" ( (song sample, 600Kb)) or "Bobby Brown (Goes Down)" is a song by Frank Zappa released on his album Sheik Yerbouti in 1979. One of his best known songs, it was hugely successful in Europe. The song describes a wealthy, misogynistic student named Bobby Brown, "the cutest boy in town," whose life is the archetypical American Dream until a traumatic sexual encounter with "Freddie," a woman involved in the women's liberation movement, leaves him questioning his sexuality
That sweet soul music? If so, here are 10 classic soul records you absolutely need to hear. The album also has their biggest hit single, their well-known cover of Creedence Clearwater Revival’s Proud Mary, in addition to other Ike Turner originals and some Beatles covers. If you are not familiar with Tina Turner’s early work, listen to this album. Her raspy voice and confident full-tilt delivery give just a hint of what their live shows must’ve been like. Some people like their soul music nice and easy but sometimes you just gotta have it nice and rough. The Spinners: Spinners. Brown financed the recording himself since the head of King Records refused and Brown was determined to showcase his live act. Brown and every Famous Flames bandmember was on his game that October night (they had to be or else Brown would fine them), whipping the Apollo audience into a rapturous frenzy in a blistering 30 min set beginning with I’ll Go Crazy and closing with their latest hit at the time, Night Train. Seriously, you guys haven’t heard anything until you’ve listened to the 10+ minute epic slow-burn ballad that is Lost Someone.
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