Jermaine Jackson made his mark on this album with the number one single "Don't Take It Personal." With a percussive rhythm and the coolness of Jermaine's consoling intonation, this moderate number propelled its way to the top of the Billboard R&B charts. One of only two songs to reach number one for the Gary, IN native. (The other was "Let's Get Serious.") "Two Ships (In the Night)" and "I'd Like to Get to Know You" are also midtempo numbers which peaked at 21 and 27, respectively. The former, written and produced by David Conley and David Townsend of Surface.
is an album by , released in 1980. It reached #6 on the Billboard album chart and logged five weeks at #1 on the Top R&B chart. It achieved sales of 900,000 copies in the United States. The title track was 1980's biggest Soul hit of the year and a Top 10 Pop hit as well. This is the most successful album of 's career.
Outloud - the Greek kings of melodic hard rock featuring Bob Katsionis (FIREWIND) and American singer Chandler Mogel, announce the release of their long-awaited third album, Let’s Get Serious, a blaze of melodic bliss once again mixed and mastered by the great Tommy Hansen and releasing this summer on the AOR Heaven label.
Precious Moments is a solo album from Jackson 5 member, Jermaine Jackson. Released in 1986, the album includes the pop and R&B top-20 hit, "I Think It's Love" along with the Top 40 US R&B hit "Do You Remember Me?", and Top 40 Belgian hits "Lonely Won't Leave Me Alone" and "Words Into Action".
The album track "If You Say My Eyes Are Beautiful," a duet with Whitney Houston was never released as a single, however, the ballad received significant radio airplay at the time and can still be heard occasionally on certain soft rock/quiet storm-formatted radio stations today.
The course is built around an online membership site. Let's Get Social has six basic training modules a resource section four coaching calls and a guest interview. There is a continuity option if you want to continue to learn from Kate.
Marvin Gaye began his career in the late 1950s, singing with various R&B vocal groups. Soon he moved on to work as a session drummer and vocalist at Motown. Gaye's own '60s albums are marked by propulsive, high-energy R&B, and duets with Mary Wells and Tammi Terrell. In the '70s, he crafted a unique, highly personal vision of R&B, incorporating socio-political issues, atmospheric arrangements, and unified album themes. His early, violent death robbed the world of a true genius.