Tuesday, May 17, 2011

James Ingram


One of the most under-rated vocalist of his time.  You've heard his voice on many albums hit after hit.  Quincy Jones signed Ingram  to record vocals for three of the tracks on the record "Just Once," "One Hundred Ways" and "The Dude."  A beautiful ballad and duet with Patti Austin "Baby, Come to Me and How Do You Keep the Music Playing." Don't forget P.T.Y.  with pop superstar Michael Jackson released his chart-busting 1983 Thriller album. Doobie Brothers recording  with Michael McDonald "Yah Mo Be There."   In 1987 duet with pop vocalist Linda Ronstadt, "Somewhere Out There," from Steven Spielberg's animated An American Tail, landed Ingram at Number Two.  Read more

Saturday, May 7, 2011

Eric Benet


Sweet Soul and Sound of the 70's where his music speaks of love from his soul.  "Lost In Time" is the new title of his cd which features duets with: Faith Evans, Chrisette Michele, Ledisi and the O’Jays Eddie Levert. Feature on The Coast Radio is "Georgy Porgy" with Faith Evans. 

Passionate and heartfelt songs "Lost In Time" is all about pure love.  It's feel good music.  Now available on his website and on  itunes.

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