Never Knew Love Like This
Cherrelle - Soul singer,Born on 13.10.1958, in Los Angeles,Cousin of Pebbles.Was playing and touring with Michael Henderson and his band.She has recorded famous duets with Alexander O'Neal ("Saturday Love" - 1985, "Never Knew Love Like This" - 1986, "Baby Come To Me" - 1997).She was the first to sing "I Didn't Mean To Turn You On" before it became a huge hit for Robert Palmer and later for Mariah Carey
Saturday Love
The Lovers
What's Missing
Alexander O'Neal - This Minneapolis soul man cut his teeth in the Time but was bounced (for looking "too black") before they signed with Warner Brothers. His tough, ballsy voice has the same grain and range as Otis Redding's. Like that master, Alexander O'Neal is comfortable with pumping dancefloor burners and slinky couch-cuddlers. He's certainly the best singer Jimmy Jam and Terry Lewis have ever produced, and the strength of his material and his robust voice can be heard on releases including 1987's Hearsay, 1991's All True Man, and 1997's Lovers Again.
Chemise - One-off disco studio project of then husband-and-wife jazz-soul guitarist Ronald Muldrow and singer Ricki Byars Muldrow (parents of singer-songwriter Georgia Anne Muldrow)
Shake It Up Tonight
Instant Love
In The Night
I Just Wanna Be Your Fantasy
You'll Be True To Me
Cheryl Lynn - Born on 11.03.1957 in Los Angeles, California.Sister of Sharon JackShe signed a contact with Columbia after her smashing appearance in the TV special "Gong Show". Toto were crucial to her first steps in record biz - she sang backing vocals for their hit "Georgy Porgy" and David Paich co-wrote her first hit "Got To Be Real". She released a series of nine successful albums (1978 -1995), produced by Jimmy Jam & Terry Lewis, Ray Parker Jr., Barry Blue, Luther Vandross, Jesse Johnson, Teddy Riley etc. She has duetted with Luther Vandross for a cover of Marvin Gaye & Tammi Terrell's "If This World Were Mine". Other hits include "Shake It Up Tonight", "In the Night", "Star Love" and "Encore". In 2004 she recorded "Sweet Kind of Life" for the soundtrack of the animated film "Shark Tale". She has also sung backing vocals for Richard Marx, Luther Vandross, Teddy Riley and others.
I Don't Wanna Loose Your Love
Rock Me Tonight
Tasty Love
Freddie Jackson - Frederick Anthony "Freddie" Jackson (born October 2, 1956)[2][1] is an American Grammy-nominated singer.[3] Originally from New York, Jackson began his professional music career in the late 1970s with the California funk band Mystic Merlin. Among his well–known R&B/Soul hits are "Rock Me Tonight (For Old Times Sake)" (1985), "Have You Ever Loved Somebody" (1986), "Jam Tonight" (1986), "Do Me Again" (1990), and "You Are My Lady" (1985)
Gene Chandler - Soul - funk - disco singer - songwriter ,Born on 06.07.1937 in Chicago, Illinois, U.S.A.
After his stint with The Dukays he went solo.In the early 60's he released the smash hit "The Duke Of Earl", a title that became a regular persona for his act.He appeared as such in "Don't Knock The Twist" movie, starring Chubby Checker.
After his solo releases at Vee Jay Records he started recording for Constellation Records (2), Checker and Brunswick.
Often produced by Curtis Mayfield.
Babyface - Kenneth Brian Edmonds ,R'n'B singer, songwriter, producer, label executive. (Note: when appearing with L.A. Reid, please use L.A. & Babyface)Born 10th April 1959 in Indianapolis, Indiana, USA. Brother of Kevon Edmonds and Melvin Edmonds, ex-husband to Tracey E. Edmonds (1992 - 2005). He has written and/or produced over 26 No.1 R&B hits and won 11 Grammy Awards. Bootsy Collins tagged him ''Babyface'' because of his cute face while he was still a teen.
whip appeal
Bell & James - Songwriting and disco soul funk duo of multi-instrumentalists Leroy M. Bell and Casey James from Philadelphia.Bell's uncle was Philly soul mainstay Thom Bell, so they signed as songwriters at Mighty Three Music, a company he co-owned with Gamble & Huff.They started writing songs for the roster of Philadelphia International Records (The O'Jays, MFSB, Teddy Pendergrass etc.)In early 1978 they were signed to A&M where they released three albums, spawning hits like "Livin' It Up (Friday Night)", "You Never Know What You've Got", "Shakedown", "Only Make Believe".
It's All In The Game
living in the limelight
Glenn Jones - Jones started his career as a gospel singer, working and recording with the Florida-based gospel group, The Modulations, before managing a successful move into the R&B field. He got his recording start in R&B in 1980 when Norman Connors featured the singer on a track, "Melancholy Fire" on his album, Take It to the Limit. The song was released as a single, climbing to No. 20 on the Billboard R&B chart.
Howard Johnson - Howard Williams Johnson,American soul/disco singer.Born in Miami, Florida, USA.
Co-founded the disco act Niteflyte in 1977. In the early 80s he signed with A & M Records to pursue a solo career. His solo debut 'Keepin' Love New' was released in 1982.
Northern Lights
That Somebody Was You
By The Time This Night Is Over
Kenny G. - American saxophonist, born 5 June 1956 in Seattle, Washington. His main instrument is the soprano saxophone, but he also plays the alto and tenor sax on occasion. He's also an occasional keyboardist, flute player and multi-instrumentalist.
Something Just Ain't Right
Come And Get With Me
I'll Give All My Love To You
Keith Sweat - Keith Douglas Sweat (born July 22, 1961) is an American singer, songwriter, and an early figure in the new jack swing musical movement. He is known for his collection of hits including "I Want Her", "Make It Last Forever", "I'll Give All My Love to You", "Make You Sweat", "Get Up on It", "Twisted" and "Nobody". He has released 13 solo albums and 2 as a part of the R&B supergroup LSG, and discovered the groups Silk and Kut Klose.
She's All That (I've Been Looking For)
LeVert -  Was an American R&B vocal group from Cleveland, Ohio, United States, Formed in 1983, LeVert was composed of Sean and Gerald Levert (sons of Eddie Levert, founder and lead singer of R&B/Soul vocal group O'Jays) and Marc Gordon.
Running With The Night
Stuck On You
You Are
Penny Lover
Flying High
Lionel Richie -  Jr. (born June 20, 1949) is an American singer, songwriter, composer, multi-instrumentalist, record producer and actor. His recordings with the Commodores and in his solo career made him one of the most successful balladeers of the 1980s.
Tell Me What You Want
Ooh You Make Me Feel
Slow Down
Cheap Talk
Loose Ends - Formed in London, 1980, as a trio: guitarist and vocalist Carl McIntosh, vocalist Jane Eugene and keyboardist Steve Nichol. The latter two left the group in 1989, due to musical differences. McIntosh continued with new vocalists for a few years.Loose Ends developed a high class synth soul/r&b/urban contemporary style, perfected by producer Nick Martinelli. They released five albums. Among their hits are "Hangin' On A String (Contemplating)", "Magic Touch" (1985), "Slow Down" (1986), "Watching You" (1988) and "Don't Be A Fool" (1990).
let It Go
Quiet Fire
Maysa Leak -  (born August 17, 1966) is an American jazz singer better known by her mononym Maysa. She is well known by fans of smooth jazz both for her solo work and for her work with the British band Incognito.
Time Is On My Side
Workin Together
Southern Girl
Running Away
Love Is The Key
We Are One
Maze -  also known as Maze Featuring Frankie Beverly,(born Howard Beverly, December 6, 1946) is an American soul band founded by Frankie Beverly in Philadelphia in 1970. Under its original name Raw Soul, the band relocated to San Francisco and was introduced to Marvin Gaye. Gaye took the group on the road with him as one of his opening acts, and in 1976, he suggested that they change their name from Raw Soul. Maze released 9 Gold albums from 1977 to 1993,Their well-known songs include "Happy Feelin's", "While I'm Alone", "Golden Time Of Day", “Southern Girl”, "The Look in Your Eyes", "Joy and Pain", "Before I Let Go", "We Are One", "Back in Stride", "Can't Get Over You" and "The Morning After". The band has maintained a large and devoted following.
To Many Games
The Morning After
Before I Let You Go
Right On Time
What Goes Up
The Night I Fell In Love
Always & Forever
Any Love
My Sensitivity (Gets In The Way)

Luther Vandross -  was born on the Lower East Side of New York on April 20, 1951. His first big break came in 1975, when he performed as a backing singer on David Bowie's Young Americans album, and received a co-writer credit after his song "Funky Music" was adapted by Bowie to become "Fascination". He was also a backing singer for Bette Midler, Donna Summer and Carly Simon. He was lead singer of the group Change, which had hits such as "A Lover's Holiday", "Searching" and "The Glow Of Love". In the late 1970s he was part of a singing quintet consisting former Shades of Jade members Anthony Hinton and Diane Sumler, Theresa V. Reed, and Christine Wiltshire, also called Luther.
For You To Love
Take You Out
Let's Make Tonight the Night
Sometimes It's Only Love
I Found Love
Prime of My Life
When I Give My Love (This Time)
Phyllis Hyman -  (July 6, 1949 – June 30, 1995) was an American singer, songwriter, and actress. Hyman is best known for her music during the late 1970s through the early 1990s, some of her most notable songs were "You Know How to Love Me" (1979), "Living All Alone" (1986) and "Don't Wanna Change the World" (1991). Hyman also performed on Broadway in the 1981 musical based on the music of Duke Ellington, Sophisticated Ladies, which ran from 1981 until 1983.On the afternoon of June 30, 1995, Hyman died by suicide by overdosing on pentobarbital and secobarbital in the bedroom of her New York City apartment at 211 West 56th Street. She was found unconscious at 2:00 p.m. (EDT), hours before she was scheduled to perform at the Apollo Theater, and died three hours later at St. Luke's-Roosevelt Hospital (now Mount Sinai West).Her suicide note read in part:I'm tired. I'm tired. Those of you that I love know who you are. May God bless you.
The Key
A Better Love
Every Little Bit
Millie Scott - Was born in Savannah on the coast of Georgia. She first sang gospel, before becoming a jazz singer. After moving to New York, she was enticed to move to Detroit by The Temptations, and she remains in Detroit to this day.
In 1971 she formed the group Quiet Elegance along with Lois Reeves and Frankie Gearing. They toured with The Temptations and signed to the Hi Records label in 1972, releasing a number of singles. In 1986, she was signed to D&B Productions in Detroit, helmed by Bruce Nazarian, whose recordings led to Scott being signed as a solo artist to Island Records and releasing her debut single, "Prisoner Of Love". It peaked at #52 in the UK Singles Chart in 1986. .
All at Once
I Will Always Love You
Run To You
Whitney  Houston -  (August 9, 1963 – February 11, 2012) was an American singer and actress. She was cited as the most awarded female artist of all time by Guinness World Records and remains one of the best-selling music artists of all time with 200 million records sold worldwide. Houston released seven studio albums and two soundtrack albums, all of which have been certified diamond, multi-platinum, platinum, or gold by the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA). Her crossover appeal on the popular music charts—as well as her prominence on MTV, starting with her video for "How Will I Know"—influenced several female African-American artists.
Everything I Want In My Lady
Lover's Paradise
Sending Out An S.O.S
Will Downing - Wilfred "Will" Downing (born November 29, 1963 in Brooklyn, New York) is an American singer and songwriter,He is married to singer Audrey Wheeler, who was a member of the R&B group Unlimited Touch.
Don't Make Me Wait
Shanice - Real Name:Shanice Lorraine Wilson,Profile:Soul singer - songwriter - producer,Born on 14.05.1973 in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania,Daughter of Crystal Wilson,Niece of Penni Wilson
Her biggest hit is "I Love Your Smile" at Motown.
You Were The One
Silent Prayer
Through The Test Of Time
Jump For Joy
Baby, Come to Me
Make It Right
Patti Austin -  was born in Harlem, New York, to Gordon Austin, a jazz trombonist.[1] She was raised in Bay Shore, New York on Long Island,Quincy Jones and Dinah Washington have referred to themselves as her godparents.
When Austin was four years old, she performed at the Apollo Theater.[4] As a teenager she recorded commercial jingles and worked as a session musician in soul and R&B
I Apologize
Just Because
Anita Baker -  (born January 26, 1958)[1] is an American singer-songwriter. Starting her career in the late 1970s with the funk band Chapter 8, Baker released her first solo album, The Songstress, in 1983. In 1986, she rose to stardom following the release of her platinum-selling second album, Rapture, which included the Grammy-winning single "Sweet Love".
Real Love
Chapter 8 - Hailed from Detroit.Released three albums in ten years at three different record labels.
Best known as the band that helped launch the career of Anita Baker
Don't You Think It's Time
I Need Your Lovin
Teena Marie - (born Mary Christine Brockert; March 5, 1956 – December 26, 2010) was an American singer-songwriter and producer. She was known by her childhood nickname Tina[1] before taking the stage name Teena Marie and later acquired the nickname Lady Tee (sometimes spelled Lady T), given to her by her collaborator and friend, Rick James.
One More Time
Pleasure -  is an American band from Portland, Oregon, United States. Blending soul, funk and jazz with a street edge, they became a cult group on the underground black music scene of the late 1970s. They are perhaps best known for their 1979 hit, "Glide" from the album Future Now. They released their most recent album, Now Is the Time, in May 2019.
Take Your Time
Richard Elliot - The Scotland-born, L.A.-raised saxman was still on the road with Tower of Power when he released his debut album Trolltown in 1986. Embarking upon one of instrumental music’s most dynamic and multifaceted careers, he has scored four #1 albums (On The Town, Soul Embrace, After Darkand Jumpin’ Off) and a growing number of #1 airplay singles
Mind Up Tonight
Love Me Right
Melba Moore - (born October 29, 1945), known by her stage name Melba Moore, is an American singer, actress, voice actress, and entertainer.[2] Moore is the daughter of saxophonist Teddy Hill and R&B singer Bonnie Davis.
Do You Really Want My Love
Crying In The Night
Too Many Lovers
Let Me Be Yours
Holding On
Lillo Thomas -  (born 1961, Brooklyn, New York, United States), is an American former Olympic-qualifying athlete and later a soul musician. He reached the peak of his success as a recording artist in the 1980s. His most famous songs include "Sexy Girl" and "I'm in Love."
Show Me
Billy Porter -  (born September 21, 1969) is an American Broadway theater performer, singer, and actor. He attended the Musical Theater program at Pittsburgh Creative and Performing Arts School's School of Drama, graduated from Carnegie Mellon University School of Drama, and achieved fame performing on Broadway before starting a solo career as a singer and actor
Try Your Love Again
Treat Her Right
James  Ingram -  (February 16, 1952 – January 29, 2019) was an American singer, songwriter, record producer, and instrumentalist. He was a two-time Grammy Award-winner and a two-time Academy Award nominee for Best Original Song. After beginning his career in 1973, Ingram charted eight Top 40 hits on the U.S. Billboard Hot 100 chart from the early 1980s until the early 1990s, as well as thirteen top 40 hits on the Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs chart.
Just Once
Get Ready
Silver Linings - Melbourne-based R&B/Boogie group, consisting of Françoise D'Argent (vocalist), Lachlan Peavey (guitar/bass) and Benny Badge (keyboards/producer).Françoise and Benny first collaborated in 2013, forming Silver Linings soon after as a side project for Gulf Point Records. The duo made a worthy splash with a single entitled "Sleepless" featuring Floridian vocalist Ale Chambers. However, it would be their 2016 debut album "So Good To You" that gained them heavy recognition.
Start It Over
This Time
Back in the day
Erykah Badu - Grammy Award-winning American R&B/Soul singer, songwriter and actress born in Dallas, Texas on February 26, 1971She is known as the first lady of Neo-Soul. She also DJs under the name Lo Down Loretta Brown
Before she devoted herself to singing, she used to be a rapper by the name of Apples and a member of hip-hop group Def-Ones while still in Dallas in the 1980s.
Every Little Thing
Sleep On It
We Got The Love
Chaka Khan - Yvette Marie Stevens (born March 23, 1953), better known by her stage name Chaka Khan, is an American singer and songwriter. Her career has spanned nearly five decades, beginning in the 1970s as the lead vocalist of the funk band Rufus. Khan received public attention for her vocals and image. Known as the "Queen of Funk",[1] Khan was the first R&B artist to have a crossover hit featuring a rapper, with "I Feel for You" in 1984.[2] Khan has won ten Grammy Awards and has sold an estimated 70 million records worldwide.
Nights Over Egypt

The Jones Girls - were an American R&B trio comprised of sisters Brenda Jones (6), Shirley Jones and Valorie Jones, from Detroit, Michigan.They performed as backup singers for Lou Rawls, Teddy Pendergrass, Aretha Franklin, and Le Pamplemousse. They also worked with Diana Ross from 1975–78 before to sign with Philadelphia International Records in 1979 and release their first album.
Never Say Never
Ooh With You
Woody Cunningham -  Former lead vocalist, co-producer and drummer in Kleeer. Worked with Luther Vandross, Narada Michael Walden, Kashif, Lisa Fisher and Meli'sa Morgan after leaving Kleeer and has since released two solo albums (1997 and 2001).Died 10th January 2010.
The Good Guys Supposed to Get the Girls
It's Out Time
I know
Philip Bailey - (born May 8, 1951) is an American R&B, soul, gospel and funk singer, songwriter and percussionist best known as an early member, and one of the two lead singers (along with group founder Maurice White) of the band Earth, Wind & Fire. Noted for his four-octave vocal range and distinctive falsetto register, Bailey has won seven Grammy Awards. He was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and the Vocal Group Hall of Fame as a member of Earth, Wind & Fire,Bailey was also inducted into the Songwriters Hall of Fame for his work with the band
George Benson - (born March 22, 1943) is an American guitarist, singer, and songwriter. He began his professional career at the age of 21 as a jazz guitarist. Benson uses a rest-stroke picking technique similar to that of gypsy jazz players such as Django Reinhardt.A former child prodigy, Benson first came to prominence in the 1960s, playing soul jazz with Jack McDuff and others. He then launched a successful solo career, alternating between jazz, pop, R&B singing, and scat singing. His album Breezin' was certified triple-platinum, hitting no. 1 on the Billboard album chart in 1976.
Give Me The Night
Lay Your Head
We Belong To Love
New Love
Who You Talkin To
Jeffrey Osborne -  (born March 9, 1948) is an American Grammy–nominated singer–songwriter, musician and lyricist. Osborne was the former drummer and lead singer of the American R&B/Soul group L.T.D. with whom he began his musical career in 1970.
I Can't Take It
Eugene Wilde -  (born Ronald Eugene Broomfield, December 6, 1961)[1] is an American R&B singer who had two #1 hits on the US R&B charts in the 1980s, and a songwriter with over 60 million in record sales
This Love
Penny Ford -  (also known as Pennye Ford, born June 11, 1964) is an American singer-songwriter, multi-instrumentalist, and record producer. Born and raised in Cincinnati, Ohio, she rose to fame in the 1980s after signing a recording contract with Total Experience Records and releasing her debut solo album Pennye. The album spawned the singles "Change Your Wicked Way" and "Dangerous", which were produced and written by Ford.
Please Be Mine
Show Me The Way
Regina Belle - Profile:Soul, jazz and gospel singer - songwriter. Born July 17, 1964, Englewood, New Jersey.
Studied opera at the Manhattan School Of Music. She developed her vocal style influenced by Phyllis Hyman, Donny Hathaway, Nancy Wilson and Billie Holiday. She started her soul vocal career as opening act of the Manhattans gigs. In 1986 she recorded a duet with them, "Where Did We Go Wrong" included in their album "Back To Basics".
Stephanie Mills - Born on March 22, 1957, in Brooklyn, New York, U.S. Mills began her career in 1966, when she was received a role in the Broadway play Maggy Flynn. In 1973, Mills signed at Paramount Records by Michael Barbiero, releasing her first single. Her role as Dorothy in "The Wiz" made her a star. She has been produced by James Mtume and Reggie Lucas, Ashford & Simpson, George Duke, Angela Winbush, Gene Griffin, Nick Martinelli, Marc Gordon and Gerald Levert, LeMel Humes, Robert Brookins, Paul Laurence, Wayne Brathwaite, Russell Simmons etc. She has dueted with Teddy Pendergrass ("Two Hearts", 1981).
Never Get Enough Of You
Since We've Been Together
You Can't Run from My Love
Tina Turner - Born: 26th November 1939, Nutbush, Tennessee, USA,American rock singer, actress and author, with a powerful blues-soaked voice, often referred to as 'The Queen Of Rock N' Roll'.
Turner began her successful career with hits like "River Deep, Mountain High" alongside husband Ike Turner in the 1960s, from whom she separated after years of abuse, as she reported in her autobiography "I, Tina". Producer Rupert Hine helped relaunch her career in the 1980s. Singles, such as "Let's Stay Together" and the album "Private Dancer" put her firmly back into the mainstream, along with roles as 'The Acid Queen' in "Tommy" and 'Aunt Entity' in the film "Mad Max Beyond Thunderdome". Her single "We Don't Need Another Hero", taken from the theme of that movie, was also a big hit.
Private Dancer
This Is Love
All in Due Time
Gladys Knight -  (born May 28, 1944), known as the "Empress of Soul",[1][2] is an American singer, songwriter, actress, businesswoman, and author. A seven-time Grammy Award-winner,[3] Knight is known for the hits she recorded during the 1960s, 1970s, and 1980s with her group Gladys Knight & the Pips, which also included her brother Merald "Bubba" Knight and cousins Edward Patten and William Guest.
Barry White -  (born September 12, 1944 – July 4, 2003), better known by his stage name Barry White, was an American singer-songwriter, musician, record producer and composer
During the course of his career in the music business, White achieved 112 gold albums worldwide, 41 of which also attained platinum status. White had 20 gold and 10 platinum singles, with worldwide record sales in excess of 100 million records, and is one of the best-selling music artists of all time.
Never Gonna Give You Up
Just The Way You Are
Diana Ross - Born March 26, 1944, Detroit, Michigan, USA.American vocalist, producer, and occasional actress. Working within groups early on in her musical career, she is equally known as an artist in her own right, and has released music in many genres; R&B, soul, disco, and jazz. Initial success came as lead singer of The Supremes.
The Best Years Of My Life
One Shining Moment
Shirley Bassey -  born 8 January 1937) is a Welsh singer whose career began in the mid-1950s, and is well known both for her powerful voice and for recording the theme songs to the James Bond films Goldfinger (1964), Diamonds Are Forever (1971), and Moonraker (1979).[2][3][4] In January 1959, Bassey became the first Welsh person to gain a No. 1 single.
Lost Without You
I'll Take You There
Come On Back Home
CeCe Winans - Born on 8 October 1964 in Detroit, Michigan, US.Eighth sibling of the ten children of David Pop Winans and Delores Winans. Wife of Alvin Love, mother of Alvin Love III, sister of BeBe Winans.
Rachelle Ferrell -  (born May 21, 1964) is an American vocalist and musician.[1] Although she has had some success in the mainstream R&B, pop, gospel and classical music scenes, she is noted for her talents as a contemporary jazz singer.In contemporary jazz she is noted for her delivery, control, range, improvisational vocal percussion, scatting ability and access to the whistle register.
I'm Special
It Only Took A Minute
Treat Her Like a Lady
Lillie Nicole McCloud - American dance and R&B singer, commonly known by her former stage name Nicole McCloud, Nicole J McCloud or Lillie Nicole McCloud, based in Orlando, FL
Carleen Anderson - Born: 10 May 1967 in Houston, Texas, USA.Vocalist and keyboardist.After moving to the UK in the early 1990's, she has been involved with many projects over the years inside the soul and jazz realms, and is a regular at London jazz club, Ronnie Scotts.Carleen is the daughter of Vicki Anderson and the stepdaughter of Bobby Byrd, her cousins are sisters Jhelisa and Pamela Anderson (aka P.Y. Anderson), whilst James Brown was her godfather.
Nervous Breakdown
Free (Live in Tokyo)
Keep Turnin' Me On
Tonight I Give In
Angela Bofill - Profile:American soul - jazz - r'n'b singer - songwriter. Born on 02.05.1954, West Bronx, New York City, U.S.A, from a Cuban father and a Puerto-Rican mother.
No Good But So Good
Please Tell Me Yes
Betty Wright - Profile:Soul singer, songwriter and background vocalist, born 21 December 1953 in Miami, Florida. Sister of Milton Wright, Phillip Wright, Jeanette Wright, and Charles A. Wright.Her best known song is the million-selling " Clean Up Woman", which was written by TK producers/writers Clarence Reid and Willie Clarke, in 1971, when she was 17. Another hit, "Tonight Is The Night" was originally released in 1974, but became a bigger hit in 1993 when it was released again after the success of "Knockin' Boots" by Candyman, which sampled the song.
Gregory Abbott - Profile:American soul musician, singer / songwriter and producer, born April 2, 1954 in New York City. Abbott's mother came from Venezuela and Abbott's father come from the Island of Antigua. He has citizenship from the US and from Antigua.
Love Saw It
Karyn White -  (born October 14, 1965) is an American singer who was popular during the late 1980s and early 1990s. She is known for several hit singles including "Superwoman" (1988), "Love Saw It" (1988),[1] "Secret Rendezvous" (1989), "The Way You Love Me" (1988), and the US Hot 100 No. 1 single "Romantic" (1991).
Princess - Profile:Desiree Heslop (born 27 November 1961), best known as Princess, is a British singer who found chart success in the mid-1980s. In the late-1970s she worked with the group Osibisa. Her first solo album Princess (1986) was composed and produced by Stock, Aitken & Waterman which contained the hit single, "Say I'm Your Number One". The album spawned 5 charting singles, and was certified silver in the UK.
Street life
The Glow Of Love
Randy Crawford - profile:Soul vocalist (born February 18, 1952, Georgia, USA). After her debut album in 1976, she came to public attention via her contribution to jazz-dance The Crusaders' 1979 hit "Street Life U.S. Disco Mix".
Ledisi - born March 28, 1972[1]), better known simply as Ledisi, is an American R&B and jazz recording artist, songwriter, and actress. Her first name means "to bring forth" or "to come here" in Yoruba.[2] In 1995, Ledisi formed the group Anibade
In The Morning
Good Love
Katie Leone - Leicester, Verenigd Koninkrijk ,blue-eyed soul singer,Session, guest, and background singer for such artists as Incognito
More Than Life
Kenny Lattimore - (born April 10, 1970) is an American singer-songwriter.His own debut album Kenny Lattimore was released on Columbia Records in 1996.[2] That set included a pair of Top 20 hits: "Never Too Busy" and the Grammy-nominated "For You",[2] written by high school friend Kenny Lerum. The album earned Lattimore a win for Best New Artist at the NAACP Image Awards in 1996,[5] and eventually achieved Gold sales status.
Always In My Heart
Don't Say Goodbye Girl
Tevin Campbell - (born November 12, 1976) is an American singer, songwriter and actor. Born in Waxahachie, Texas; he performed gospel in his local church from an early age. Following an audition for jazz musician, Bobbi Humphrey, in 1988, Campbell was signed to Warner Bros. Records. In 1989, Campbell collaborated with Quincy Jones performing lead vocals for "Tomorrow" on Jones' album "Back on the Block" and released his Platinum-selling debut album, T.E.V.I.N..
George Howard -  was born September 15, 1956 in Philadelphia. In the late 1970s, he toured with Grover Washington, Jr., who was one of his idols. In the early 1980s, Howard released his first and second studio albums, Asphalt Gardens and Steppin' Out. Both albums were well received and ranked high on the Billboard magazine jazz album charts at No. 25 and 9, respectively. The last track on 'Steppin' Out' is called 'Dream Ride' and features George playing clarinet. The track was promoted in 1984 in the UK by DJ Robbie Vincent and is now a classic among soul and jazz enthusiasts.,George died March, 20, 1998 from colon cancer. RIP George.
Too Bad
Stay Here With Me
Dancing In The Sun
Jean Carn - Profile:Soul - disco - jazz singer,Born on 15.03.1947 in Columbus, Georgia, USA.Her voice has a wide five octave range.She began her recording career with her then-husband, pianist Doug Carn, founder of Black Jazz Records.
Lisa Stansfield - Profile:Born April 11, 1966 in Rochdale, Lancashire, United Kingdom.British female vocalist whose 1989 debut album 'Affection' spawned pop and club hits such as 'All Around The World' and 'People Hold On'. 1991's 'Real Love' was another success. The singer enjoyed success on the British pop charts as well as the U.S. R&B charts well into the nineties, scoring a #1 hit on the latter with 'All Woman' and continues to record and perform well beyond the millennium.
The Real Thing
Rahsaan Patterson - Profile:American actor & R&B/Soul singer and songwriter.Born: January 11, 1974 in New York City, New York, United States.
Stop By
Beverlei Brown -  is a British R&B and soul singer. Brown gleaned her singing skills from her mother, who sang in her church's choir in Birmingham, England. When she was old enough, Brown sang with the choir and eventually became the leader.She performed a solo with the Clark Sisters at the gospel wailers' UK concert and caught a sweet break with the Fine Young Cannibals, who needed some gospel singers for an album project; with Brown onboard, the sessions were good enough to land FYC a record deal and Brown a gig on their worldwide promotional tour.
Donna Allen - Profile:Born in Key West and raised in Tampa, where she was a Tampa Bay Buccaneer cheerleader, Donna launched her career in the 1980's as a backup vocalist with Miami Sound Machine.
I Can't Stop Loving You
I Get Lifted
Kem - Real Name:Kim L. Owens,Profile:R&B singer, songwriter, producer. Born on 23 July 1969 in Nashville, TN, raised in Detroit, MI
Alex Bugnon - (born October 10, 1958) is a jazz pianist and composer from Montreux, Switzerland. He is a nephew of Donald Byrd.
Heart Of New York
Frank McComb - Profile:Born: July 15, 1970, Cleveland, Ohio.Soul and jazz singer / keyboardist who signed to the Mojazz label, and in 1994 collaborated with Branford Marsalis on his jazz-rap fusion project Buckshot LeFonque.
To the Left
Maxwell - (born May 23, 1973), known mononymously as Maxwell, is an American singer-songwriter, record producer, and multi-instrumentalist. Along with fellow musicians D'Angelo and Erykah Badu, Maxwell has been credited with helping to shape what has been termed the "neo soul" movement that rose to prominence during the late 1990s.
Sumthin' Sumthin'
Ascension (Don't Ever Wonder)
Phil Perry - Profile:Soul - funk - songwriter - singer - keyboardist,Born on 12.01.1952 in Springfield, Illinois, U.S.
In 1985 he married the singer Lillian Tynes.He started his solo career in late 80's after the demise of duo Perry & Sanlin, an act he had with Kevin Sanlin with whom they were members of the early 70's soul group The Montclairs.
He has done lots of session work as back vocalist in a wide range of artists' recordings - from Aretha Franklin to Lee Ritenour and Toto.
Do Whatcha Gotta Dot
We Belong Together
I Apologize
Gordon Chambers - Profile:Gordon Chambers is an award-winning American singer-songwriter and record producer who has written songs for artists including Anita Baker, Aretha Franklin, Usher, Whitney Houston and Beyoncé Knowles.
Sure Thing
Goldswagger - The line-up on Goldswagger is massive: from Michael who plays guitar, keyboards, bass, percussion, and sings, to killer musical contributions from John “JR” Robinson (Chaka Khan/Rufus, Michael Jackson’s Off the Wall), Manny Laine (Wyclef Jean), and Ivan Katz (Easy Star All-Stars) on drums; Bill Holloman (Nile Rodgers’ Chic) on horns, Uri Kleinman (Martha Wash) on bass, Shaul Eshet (Karolina) on keys, and guest lead vocals by Maya Azucena, Honey Larochelle, Lisala Beatty, Sophia Ramos, Robbie Rosen, Greg Vilfranc, and Melaku.
Soulpersona -  is musician, producer and arranger from the North of London. From the huge underground success of his Soulacoaster album, SoulP has produced and worked alongside many soulful artists from across the globe, including Darien, Sibel Thrasher, RAMP (Roy Ayers Music Production) Deborah Jordan, Replife, Kia Bennett ( D'angelo backing vocalist), Oliver Cheatham, Princess Freesia and his good friend and mentor Jocelyn Brown, who gave him his first break in 2002.
Color Blind
You're On My Mind
You Are My Everything
Closer Than Friends
I Missed
Surface - Profile:Three piece soul vocal group formed in the mid-80's by songwriter David Townsend (son of singer/songwriter Ed Townsend), multi-instrumentalist David “Pic” Conley and singer/songwriter/lead vocalist Bernard Jackson.Originally staff writers for EMI providing songs for Gwen Guthrie and Sister Sledge, they charted in 1987 with “Happy,” from their debut album "Surface".
Ty Causey - Mellifluous, enticing, passionate and dexterous - these are superlatives most certainly appropriate for defining the style and sound of acclaimed singer/songwriter/producer, Ty Causey Talented and prolific are best in describing who he is. All combined the result unveils an artist much like the ones he counts as influences such Donny Hathaway, Marvin Gaye, Peabo Bryson, Glenn Jones and Jonathan Butler - A sound that recalls the storied crooners of the past, but with a present day sheen that boasts a collage of soul, jazz and R&B.
It's so Hard (Loving You)
So Beautiful
I Miss You
Til the Wheels Fall Off
You're a Superstar
Don't Wanna Be Single
Al Jarreau - American vocalist, born March 12, 1940 in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, USA - died February 12, 2017 in Los Angeles, California, USA. He was the only vocalist in history to win Grammy Awards in three different categories: jazz, pop, and R&B respectively.
Al Johnson - American R&B and soul singer and producer. Songwriter, arranger and keyboardist on recording sessions, including the Willie Lester-Rodney Brown production team.
Too High
Close to You
Will Downing - Wilfred "Will" Downing (born November 29, 1963 in Brooklyn, New York) is an American singer and songwriter.He is married to singer Audrey Wheeler, who was a member of the R&B group Unlimited Touch.
Darryl Anders AgapéSoul -  is the brainchild of bassist, songwriter, and producer Darryl Anders. His resume includes playing with the legendary Tower of Power, and recording and preforming with meters drummer Zigaboo odeliste.AgapeSoul’s debut cd  Believe in Love earned comparisons to popular r&b/jazz ensembles Incognito and Brand New Heavies – and reached #1 on the UK Soul Chart.
Tell Me Where It Hurts
Lori Williams  - American vocalist  has a strong connection to jazz. Here website is indicating that jazz is her profession and passion. However, limiting her vocal abilities to one genre would not do justice to her distinctive personality.Lori Williams made her vocal solo debut with the self produced album Healing Within (2010), with which she received considerable merits as a jazz singer. This impression was intensified with her second album Eclipse Of The Soul (2012). She does not leave this musical homeland with her third album Behind The Smiles (2016),
Let's Walk
D Rolark - Multi-Instrumentalist releases his most soulful album to date, Soulidify. A sophisticated blend of Smooth Jazz, Soul, R&B, Funk, and Inspirational, Soulidify encompasses D Rolark on keys, Piccolo Bass, 5-String Bass, Rhythm Guitar, Drums, and his debut on vocals, also featuring smooth & soulful inspirational vocalist Tamirah Leigh Terry.
Sade -  born January 16, 1959),is a Nigerian singer, songwriter, and actress, known as the lead singer of her eponymous band.Born in Ibadan, Nigeria, but brought up in Essex, England, Sade gained modest recognition as a fashion designer and part-time model, prior to joining the band Pride in the early 1980s. After gaining attention as a performer, she formed the band Sade, and secured a recording contract with Epic Records in 1983. The band then released the album Diamond Life a year later, which became one of the best-selling albums of the era, and the best-selling debut ever by a British female vocalist.
The Sweetest Taboo
Hang On to Your Love
Bluey - Jean-Paul Maunick (born 19 February 1957, Mauritius), better known by his stage name Bluey is a British guitarist, bandleader, composer and record producer. He has led the British acid jazz band Incognito since its formation in 1979. With Incognito, he has released fifteen studio albums as well as a number of live albums, remix albums and compilation albums. Prior to forming Incognito, Bluey was an original member of the group Light of the World and Citrus Sun.
Good Morning Sunrise
Long After U Have Gone
Lalah Hathaway  - (born December 16, 1968 is a multiple Grammy-Award winning American singer.In 1990, She is the daughter of American Soul singer and musician Donny Hathaway,Hathaway released her self-titled album. A Moment was released in 1994, debuting at number 34 on the Top R&B albums chart. In 1999, she collaborated with Joe Sample on the album The Song Lives On. After a five-year hiatus, she returned with her fourth album, Outrun the Sky. The single "Forever, For Always, For Love" peaked at number 1 on the Hot Adult R&B Airplay.Stax Records released her fifth album, Self Portrait, in 2008. It debuted at number 63 on the Billboard 200 and reached the top 10 on the Top R&B albums chart, making this album her most successful album to date. .According to her website, in March 2020, Lalah is working on a studio entitled, "L.A.L.A.H. rebirth"
Make Me Feel
Chris Walker -  is an American musician and producer,Walker was born and raised in Houston, Texas, where he began singing before speaking. He got his start in the church as a member of his family gospel group, The Walker Brothers. Walker plays the bass upside down, similar to one of his guitar heroes, Jimi Hendrix,Walker then moved to New York City, where he became Ornette Coleman's bass guitarist for two and a half years before releasing his debut album.[1] He then toured with Regina Belle, where he soon became musical director. When Belle noticed his voice, she gradually worked his vocals into her act; Walker credits her for teaching him to find his voice.Walker's 1991 debut album, First Time yielded two Top Five R&B hits, "Giving You All My Love" and "Take Time", which peaked at #29 on the Billboard Hot 100.
Kenya -  is a richly inspired vocalist/songwriter whose jazz-kissed soul style is wooing admirers simultaneously in the U.S. and U.K. Ironically, her lyrically captivating compositions almost never made it to the ears of the public. Kenya’s life roles as wife and mother of two sons plus working for over a decade as a clinician and educator nearly eclipsed her vision of herself as a viable artist bearing valuable musical gifts.
Be Here
Kathy Kosins -  has recorded, performed and/or shared the stage with many well known Jazz and R&B artists to include Gregory Porter, Terrance Blanchard, Gerald Clayton, Terell Stafford, Randy Brecker, Aaron Goldberg, Reuben Rogers, Eric Harland, Eric Marienthal, Matt Wilson, Peter Bernstein, Tamir Hendelman, Don Was, Michael Henderson, Peabo Bryson, Earl Klugh, The Rippingtons, Jonathon Butler, Cyrus Chestnut, Larry Goldings, James Moody, Kevin Mahogany, Bernard Purdie, Red Holloway, Mitch Ryder and Was/Not Was.
A Few Good Men -  was a vocal quartet signed to LaFace Records during the 1990s. The group consisted of members Aaron Hilliard (Aaron Deponce), David Morris, Tony Amey, and Demail Burks. The group first appeared on LaFace Family Christmas in 1993. In 1995, the group released their debut album, Take A Dip.
Will You Love Me Tomorrow
5th Of Heaven  - Denise Johnson's soulful vocals Throughout the '90s, were featured on records by a who's who of Madchester bands, so much so that her singing became an essential element of the genre's sound. Raised (appropriately enough) in Manchester, England, Johnson began her career in a more traditional gospel setting; having been discovered by Frankie Beverly, she performed with Maze during a tour of England in the late '80s.
Peggi Blu - Profile:Born: 26 May (year unknown) in Lumberton, North Carolina, USA.Soul singer, actress and vocal coach, originally from New York now based in Los Angeles.As well as her own solo releases, she has appeared on numerous recordings as a backing vocalist in records of Lou Courtney, Quincy Jones, Manhattans, Stephanie Mills and others.
I Can't Wait
Debórah Bond -  and her dynamic band “Third Logic” have been performing as a collective for over 10 years nationally and beyond, giving them a pure and genuine chemistry. Pulling from the influences of soul/ jazz power bands like Earth, Wind, and Fire, Jamiroquai, and Rufus, Deborah Bond and Third Logic (D3) have created a stage performance known for it’s extreme showmanship and polish. The power unit has performed at some of the top music venues around the US and abroad, receiving a standing ovation at DC’s legendary Howard Theatre.
A Message
Kalvin Bishop - is a talented singer who, for a young guy, has been in the background and on the fringe of stardom for some time.  A Virginia native, Bishop grew up idolizing great 70s and 80s soul music stars such as Peabo Bryson, Luther Vandross and Marvin Gaye.
Over And Over
Reggie Calloway - Producer, writer, and one of the founding members for Midnight Star, Reggie Calloway grew up in Cincinnati, Ohio. His father was a trumpet player, his aunt sang opera, and his uncle played keyboards. As a child, he pecked out tunes on his grandmother's piano. As a teen, Calloway began writing songs and formed his first bands. While attending Kentucky State University, he picked fellow students to form the band Midnight Star in the mid-'70s. The lineup was Reggie Calloway on flute, trumpet, and percussion; Vincent Calloway on trombone, trumpet, and percussion; Bo Watson on lead vocals and keyboards; Belinda Lipscomb on lead vocals; Melvin Gantry on lead vocals; Jeffrey Cooper on lead guitar and keyboards; Kenneth Gant on bass and vocals; Boby Lovelace on drums; and Walter Simmons on saxophone, keyboards, and percussion.
It's You
Set The Table
Javier Colon -  (born April 29, 1978) is an American singer-songwriter and musician. He has referred to his style of music as being "acoustic soul." He was a member of EmcQ and The Derek Trucks Band, and worked with many musicians before going solo. From 2002 to 2006, he was signed to Capitol Records, known as artist Javier. In 2006, however, the contract was terminated and Javier Colon became an independent artist with his own label, Javier Colon Music. In 2011, he was the winner of the inaugural season of the U.S. television show on NBC, The Voice, receiving $100,000 and signing a recording contract with Universal Republic Records. Javier Colon eventually decided to part ways with Universal Republic.
Cooly’s Hot-Box - Although often described as an acid jazz outfit, harks back to classic 70s funk-dance masters such as Rufus and Earth, Wind And Fire. It is also refreshing to see a modern day R&B/urban outfit actually write songs and play their own instruments, as exemplified by group leaders Christian Urich (drums) and Angela Johnson (vocals). Formed in New York City, New York, USA during the early 90s,
Over & Over
Pete Simpson - With his soft, hypnotic and soulful voice he supported great pro- ductions and was singing backgrounds for respected artists, like Lisa Millet and Jocelyn Brown. Reading Pete´s discography and cooperations is a "who is who" in Dance Music.
Play This Song
Driza Bone - were one of the leading lights in nineties British soul music. Formed by Vincent Garcia and Billy Freeman, the group hit the UK singles chart in 1991 with their classic ‘Real Love‘, peaking at a very respectible number 16. The duo scored another hit that year with a remix of Shanice’s ‘I Love Your Smile‘: the original song (on Motown Records, no less) stalled on both sides of the Atlantic, but with a bit of Driza Bone magic the song reached Number 2 on the UK singles chart and on the US Billboard charts. Their talents caught the eye of labels and artists elsewhere, and they ended up remixing tracks by Lisa Stansfield, Barry White, Diana Ross and others.
Brightest Star
Johnny Gill - (born May 22, 1966) is an American singer-songwriter and actor,Gill is the sixth and final member of the R&B/pop group New Edition, and was also a member of the supergroup called LSG, with Gerald Levert and Keith Sweat,Gill has released eight solo albums, three albums with New Edition, two albums with LSG, and one collaborative album with Stacy Lattisaw.
There U Go
Just Another Lonely Night
Romantic Number
Billy Griffin - Profile:Soul - pop - singer - songwriter - producer.Ex-lead singer of the The Miracles after Smokey Robinson parted. Wrote and sang lead on the platinum single "Love Machine" and on the classic single "Hold Me Tighter In The Rain." Producer of boy band Take That (Robbie Williams ex-crew). Wrote and produced their first million seller "I Found Heaven".
Chris Jasper - (born December 30, 1951, Cincinnati, Ohio is an American singer, composer, and producer. Jasper is a former member of the Isley Brothers and Isley-Jasper-Isley and is responsible for writing and producing the majority of the Isley Brothers music (1973–1983) and Isley-Jasper-Isley music (1984–1987). He is also a successful solo musician and record producer, recording over 14 of his own solo albums, including 4 urban contemporary gospel albums, all written, produced and performed, both vocally and instrumentally, by Jasper. He also produces artists for his New York City-based record label, Gold City Records. Jasper's keyboard and Moog synthesizer work was a primary ingredient of the Isley Brothers' sound of the 1970s and 1980s (the "gold and platinum" years) when the Isley Brothers were a self-contained band.
The First Time
Lori Jenaire - Chicago native is a young artist who has paid her dues over the last decade and now appears poised to reap the rewards of her hard work.  A vocalist and multi-instrumentalist (bass, piano and guitar), she has played the club circuit and served as a studio singer on commercials and with such luminaries as jazz guitarist Stanley Clarke.  She also recorded a limited edition CD, Presence, in 1992, but has generally spent the last decade singing at corporate events and clubs in her adopted home of Los Angeles,Jenaire's most obvious influences are Phyllis Hyman and Angela Bofill.
Matter of Time
Can't Tell You
Under the Moon and Over the Sky
Got To Let It Go
Angela Johnson - Called "the First Lady of Purpose Music Group," songwriter, producer, singer, and multi-instrumentalist,More than just a rich, soulfully impactful voice, Angela Johnson has blessed the industry as part of the funk/R&B ensemble Cooly’s Hot Box, before breaking out a solo platform where she truly shined, utilizing her production, songwriting, arranging and musicianship skills. All of this is unquestionably a masterful juggling act as one of Independent Soul’s most powerful and respected women with other credits to numerous to mention.
Joslyn - Real Name:Joslyn Petty,Profile:American singer and songwriter. Born in Washington D.C., Based in Salt lake City, Utah,When you hear Joslyn, you hear songs set deep in rhythm, a city vibe, a voice that makes the hair on your neck stand on end, and real soul.
Used to
Kloud 9 - Since 2002 twin brothers Kendall and Kelvis Duffie have worked to secure a reputation for making great quality soul music that stands the test of time. They continue their mission to satisfy their fans with their latest offering entitled "Enjoy The Ride".Kloud 9 is set to release their 3rd project for Expansion Records, which will hit the stores in the summer of 2008 and is packed with 12 brand new soul gems that reflect a growth both musically and personally.
Make You Mine
On My Own
Patti LaBelle (born Patricia Louise Holte; May 24, 1944) is an American singer, songwriter, actress, and businesswoman with a career spanning 60 years. LaBelle began her career in the early 1960s as lead singer and front woman of the vocal group, Patti LaBelle and the Bluebelles. Following the group's name change to Labelle in the early 1970s, they released the iconic disco song "Lady Marmalade" which later was inducted into the Grammy Hall of Fame. As a result, the group later became the first African-American vocal group to land the cover of Rolling Stone magazine and they became the first pop group to play at The Metropolitan Opera House,LaBelle is commonly identified as the "Godmother of Soul".
I Wish
Stevie Wonder - Real Name:Stevland Hardaway Morris (born Stevland Hardaway Judkins)Profile:American multi-instrumentalist, composer, singer, humanitarian and social activist, born May 13, 1950, Saginaw, Michigan, USA. He has been blind since shortly after birth.
Ashanti Munir - On February 26, 2008 the world was introduced to a new voice in the soul music arena. This voice immediately drew comparisons to Evelyn “Champagne” King, Lalah Hathaway and the legendary Gladys Knight. It is powerful yet soothing and only espouses positive messages. That alone is a rarity in today’s music environment. Her name is Ashanti Munir and she hails from Boston, Massachusetts.
So Smooth
Wendy Moten -  (born November 22, 1965, Memphis, Tennessee) is an American singer, best known for the single "Come In Out of the Rain", which was a No. 8 hit in the UK in February 1994.
Whatever It Takes
Mica Paris - has been one of the most celebrated artists in the UK soul seen ever since she burst onto the scene with her international hit "My One Temptation," making fans (and later collaborators out of) giants in the music industry like Eric B & Rakim, Nile Rodgers and Prince, to name a few. Her career as a vocalist began when she started singing in her church when she was seven years old.
I'm Calling You
Toni Redd - Growing up in her native Atlanta, Georgia, Toni discovered a love for music.  As a child, Toni studied the guitar and developed an interest in singing.  She parlayed this interest into a dream that has afforded her the ability to perform and record internationally.  In her illustrious career, she has had the honor of performing and sharing concert billing with Najee, Gerald Albright, Jonathan Butler, the Rippingtons, Pieces Of A Dream, Alex Bugnon, Angela Bofill, Rick Braun, Everette Harp, The Yellowjackets, Gerald Austin, Stanley Jordan, Brian Bromberg, Steve Cole, Fattburger, Chico Debarge, Pamela Williams, The Temptations, Warren Hill, Oleta Adams, The Stylistics, Walter Beasley, Steve Laury, Joe McBride, Marion Meadows, and Kim Waters.
Talk About It
John Stoddart - is an American R&B/gospel singer-songwriter. He grew up singing in church and began formal vocal training at age 13.In 1993, earned a Bachelor of Arts in Piano and Voice from Washington Adventist University in Takoma Park, Maryland.[2] Stoddart has worked as songwriter on many other artists' albums and also on production and backing vocal levels.Stoddart sang backing vocals for I Surrender in Celine Dion's 2002 album A New Day Has Come.
More Than You and Me
Love X Love
Black and White
Vaneese Thomas -  (born August 24, 1952) is an American R&B, jazz and soul blues singer, best known for her 1987 US Billboard R&B chart hit single, "Let's Talk It Over".In addition, in more recent times, she has supplied backing vocals on a long list of other musicians' work.Thomas has appeared at the Montreux Jazz Festival,and at the 2006 Pleasantville Music Festival. At the 36th Blues Music Awards, she was nominated in two categories; firstly for the 'Soul Blues Album' award for her 2013 album, Blues for My Father, and also as the 'Soul Blues Female Artist'.
Gary Taylor -  born Los Angeles, California, is an American singer, songwriter, multi-instrumentalist, and producer.
His songs have been recorded by a number of leading artists, including "Keep in Touch" by Grover Washington, Jr.; "Good Love" by Anita Baker, Walter Beasley, Lonnie Liston Smith and George Clinton & P-Funk Allstars; "Living Without a Heart" by Vanessa Rubin; "Just Gets Better with Time" and "My Heart Your Heart" by The Whispers.
As a background vocalist, Taylor appeared on The Whispers' R&B #1 "Rock Steady", and "My Flame" for Vanessa Williams, as well as with Nancy Wilson.
Lisa Taylor -  is an R&B singer who was signed to Giant Records in the 1990s.She released her debut album Secrets of the Heart in 1992, which featured two R&B hits "Did You Pray Today?" (#40) and "Secrets of the Heart" (#41).Her final release was the single "Don't Waste My Time" from The Meteor Man soundtrack which peaked at #94 in 1993.
Fallen Angel
Unified Tribe - 's cast of evolving characters first came to being in 1982 in Queens, NY, when singer, multi-instrumentalist, and founder Magic decided to start a band. Soon singer and violinist Harmony joined, as eventually did bassist and vocalist Starr, trombonist Kal-El, and guitarist and vocalist Merrily. Their debut album, Listen to This, came out in 2001, after Unified Tribe had moved to Austin, TX. Two years later, Mixed Messages was released. By the time Unified Tribe (who also owned their own production company) were set to record their third album, the group consisted of Magic, Harmony, Starr, Merrily, Tamara (keyboards), Kara (sax, flutes), Baby (guitar), Zen (drums, percussion), Hammer (drums, percussion), Seth (guitar, trumpet).
Angela Winbush - Profile:American R&B/soul singer-songwriter (born January 18, 1955 in St. Louis, Missouri), who rose to fame first in the 1980s R&B duo René & Angela, also scoring hits as a solo artist. To date, Winbush has sold over ten million albums and singles worldwide. Also producer, arranger and actress, currently living in Las Vegas, NV, U.S.A.
Searchin For The Love
Marva Hicks - is an American R&B/soul singer and actress who signed with Polydor in the late '80s and her debut LP, Marva Hicks, followed in 1991.She scored her biggest chart hit with the single "Never Been in Love Before", written and produced by Jimmy Scott,which peaked at number seven, while two singles followed.
Never Been in Love Before
Eric Gable  - was born October 28, 1967 is an American soul/R&B singer. From 1988 to 1994, he released three studio albums, being signed on Orpheus Records/Epic Records, and had a number-one R&B hit "Remember (The First Time)". Another single, "Process of Elimination", peaked at number sixty-three in the UK Singles Chart in March 1994, his only UK chart entry.
Groove Theory - Profile:R&B group formed by Amel Larrieux in the mid 1990's. The group was a duo made up of Amel Larrieux alongside former Mantronix member Bryce Wilson (AKA Bryce Luvah). Wilson reformed the group in 2001 with new singer Makeda Davis.
Margi Coleman  - from Los Angeles  emotive, spiritual-urban sound never really jived with rap heavy Priority Records, which accounts for the difficulty the label experienced promoting her product. The biting soprano has a way with words and matter-of-factly hammers lyrics into your head with terse, succulent phrasing.A 15-track CD, Margi, followed in 1995, the strong offering displayed her singing and musicianship,she played synthesizer, percussion, piano, and strings on the session.
D'Influence  - (also D-Influence and D*Influence) is a British production team and acid jazz band. Formerly of The Echo Label they founded their own label, Freakstreet Records. Original members include Kwame Kwaten, Sarah-Ann Webb, Ed Baden-Powell, and Steve Marston.
Rock With You
Sarah Dash - (born August 18, 1945) is an American singer and actress. She first appeared on the music scene was as a member of Patti LaBelle & The Bluebelles.Dash has worked as a singer, songwriter, session musician, and sideman for bands that include LaBelle, The Rolling Stones, and Keith Richards.
Angie Stone - (born Angela Laverne Brown; December 18, 1961) is an American singer, songwriter, actress, and record producer. She rose to fame in the late 1970s as member of the hip hop trio The Sequence. Soon after, Stone began working with futuristic rap group Mantronix and singer Lenny Kravitz. In the early 1990s, she became a member of the R&B trio Vertical Hold.
Impromp2 - Profile:Formed in 1993 when Johnny Britt, originally a solo artist, decided he wanted to meld his smoky jazz trumpet and romantic soul singing with a like minded rapper. He auditioned nearly fifty musicians before finding the perfect partner in Sean Thomas.
I Wanna Know
Millie Jackson - Profile:Mildred Virginia Jackson was born the 15th of July 15, 1944, in Thompson, Virginia (US).
She is an American R'n'B and soul singer-songwriter and former model. Beginning her career in the early 1960s, three of her albums have been certified gold by the RIAA for over 500,000 copies.Her vocal performances are often distinguished by long, humorous, and explicit spoken sections in her music, which she started doing on stage to get the attention of the audience.She's the mother of the R'n'B singer Keisha Jackson.
Crazy Love
Rebbie Jackson - Profile:American singer, born May 29, 1950, Gary, Indiana, USA.Daughter of Joe Jackson,sister of Michael Jackson, Jackie Jackson, Tito Jackson, Jermaine Jackson, La Toya Jackson, Marlon Jackson, Randy Jackson and Janet Jackson., She began her recording career after The Jackson 5 left Motown and signed with CBS Records as The Jacksons in 1976.
What Kind Of Man Would I Be
Mint Condition - Profile:American band formed in the 1984 in Minneapolis, Minnesota.Original members were Stokley Williams, Homer O'Dell, Lawrence Waddell, Roger Lynch (Roger Troutman II son of Roger Troutman), Ray Coleman and Kenny Young.Lynch, Coleman and Young all left the group however and were replaced by schoolmates Keri Lewis (left the group to produce for other artists, such as his wife, singer Toni Braxton) and Jeffrey Allen along with Chicago native Ricky Kinchen.
Cant Change Me
N'Dambi - was born Chonita Gilbert in Dallas, Texas, U.S.A.She took up playing the piano at an early age writing her first song at the age of 13.N'Dambi first emerged on the soul scene as a background vocalist for Erykah Badu.She later contributed to her 1997 ground-breaking album 'Baduizm' on part of the vocal production chores as well as lending her vocal talents to the proceedings.On Eryka's live album, 'Eryka Badu Live', she was athe featured vocalist on her tune 'Next Lifetime'.
Perri - The Perri Sisters first started performing in their high-school days, proceeding from high school events to the local club circuit.At the time they sang Top 40 material which they found boring, resulting ultimately in the group splitting up for a number of years.In 1982 they were inspired to sing together again after attending a Pat Metheny concert.The sisters put together a tape featuring cover versions of Pat's songs, and two days later Pat invited them to join him for a recording session.Following live appearances with Pat in 1983 and 1985, they signed with Zebra Records (via MCA) and recorded a debut album Celebrate (1986), featuring two Metheny numbers, 'Airstream Two' and 'Jaco Two'.Through a fortunate meeting at a doctor's office, Anita Baker invited Perri to back her in concert for a week in Los Angeles during 1986, then extended her invitation for a year-iong world tour.
Youre The One
Giorge Pettus -  is the son of a preacher and grew up listening to gospel music, later moved into a more secular music style.Based in New York, Giorge Pettus signed to MCA Records in 1987 where La La wrote and produced his debut single 'My Night For Love' taken from the album 'Giorge Pettus' released later that year.
My Night For Love

Juliet Roberts - (born 6 May 1962 in London) is a British jazz, rock and house music singer. She originally recorded as Julie Roberts in 1982. In 1984, Roberts began a four year stint as vocalist for the jazz group Working Week. She has taught British television viewers vocal performance basics on the UK's Rockschool TV series. In addition to her solo and musical ensemble projects, she has carved out a career as an in-demand backing vocalist.
James Robinson - Real Name:James E. Robinson,Profile:Soul - funk - disco guitarist - singer - songwriter,Worked with Lonnie Liston Smith,He went on to replace Luther Vandross as vocalist in Change between 1981 and 1983.In Groups:Change, The Paris Ford Project.
Jocelyn Brown - Profile:Born on November 25, 1950, North Carolina, U.S.A. She has been a versatile vocalist to this day, singing on many R&B, Disco, Pop, and House productions.Her aunt Barbara Roy inspired Jocelyn to spread her musical wings. She began her career in the 1970s as a studio singer for many groups and artists like Musique, Inner Life, Bad Girls, The Salsoul Orchestra, Disco Tex & His Sex-O-Lettes, Van McCoy, Evelyn King, Gloria Gaynor, Phyllis Hyman, Vicki Sue Robinson, Dazzle, Revanche, Melba Moore, Roberta Flack, Cerrone, Chic and Change.
Somebody Elses Guy
Soul II Soul - Led by producer/vocalist/songwriter DJ Jazzie B, Soul II Soul was one of the most innovative dance/R&B outfits of the late '80s, creating a seductive, deep R&B that borrowed from Philly soul, disco, reggae, and '80s hip-hop. Originally featuring Jazzie B, producer/arranger Nellee Hooper and instrumentalist Philip Daddae Harvey, the musical collective came together in the late '80s. Two singles, "Fairplay" and "Feel Free", began to attract attention both in clubs and in the press.Featuring the vocals of Caron Wheeler, Soul II Soul's third single "Keep on Movin'", reached the U.K. Top Ten in March of 1989. Released in the summer of 1989, "Back to Life" also featured Wheeler and became their first number 1 hit. Soul II Soul released their debut album, Club Classics, Vol. One, shortly afterward.
Back To Life
Sandra St. Victor -  is a Dallas-born singer-songwriter most known for her work as lead singer of The Family Stand. She attended the now famous Booker T. Washington High School for the Performing and Visual Arts, (Arts Magnet) High School studying all styles of music. Arts Magnet was also stomping grounds for musical colleagues Erykah Badu, Roy Hargrove, Norah Jones and Edie Brickell. She received scholarships in music to Kansas University & Bishop College in Dallas, Texas, where she continued her studies, until deciding she'd rather learn by doing. She joined a local band in Dallas, and began touring Texas and Louisiana. The band was led by jazz guitarist Zachary Breaux.
Sylvia Striplin - Profile:(born March 1954) is a New York-based jazz, soul, and R&B vocalist. Sylvia was the youngest of five children. After a fire destroyed their home in the Sugar Hill section of Harlem, the family moved to the North Bronx in New York—there Sylvia honed her craft. Sylvia loved singing. During the late 1970s,Sylvia became a member of Aquarian Dream and worked with funk, jazz, R&B, and soul vibraphonist Roy Ayers in his group Ladies of the Eighties and recorded one album with each group. Ayers signed Sylvia to his Uno Melodic record label, where she recorded an album with him, an extended single of her own—"Give Me Your Love"—then her first solo album of the same name Give Me Your Love.

Joyce Sims - (born August 6, 1959) is an American singer-songwriter, whose biggest hit single, "Come into My Life", reached the top 10 in both the US Billboard R&B Chart and the UK Singles Chart in 1987/8. Sims continues to tour internationally as well as make a number of club appearances, due to her songs' broad appeal to lovers of the R&B, dance and garage music genres.
Al B. Sure! - Profile:R&B singer/songwriter/producer Al B. Sure! was born on June 4th, 1968 in oston,Massachusetts but grew up in Leonia, New Jersey and Mt. Vernon, New York. Between 1988 and 2009 he released four albums produced mostly by Kyle West. In 1988 he teamed up with the rapper Slick Rick for his single "If I'm Not Your Lover", included in his debut album In Effect Mode that went on to sell more than two million copies. In the same album, were included his crossover quiet storm mega hit Nite And Day / Off On Your Own (Girl) his biggest ever hit (#7 in the U.S. pop charts and #1 in the U.S. R&B charts, nominated for Grammy for Best Vocal R&B Male Performance)
No Matter What You Do
Dennis Taylor - New Jersey-based Dennis Taylor delved into music full-time after a stint with the U.S. Air Force. A hookup with producer Fred McFarlane, facilitated by Robin S. (a mutual friend), got the ball rolling and spawned Taylor's breakthrough CD, Enough Is Enough (Dome Records). Produced by McFarlane and Darryl James, it marries R&B grooves in a contemporary package delivered by Taylor in a baritone that is reminiscent of the great lower registers of yesteryear as well as current heartthrobs Donnell Jones, Uncle Sam, and Will Downing
Tashan - is an exceptional first-rate soul and R & B vocalist.He is a far superior vocalist than many of his current soul contemporaries, although he does not receive the respect that his vocal abilities obviously deserve.Tashan's sound is, sometimes considered, too earthy and raw for the Urban Contemporary mainstream, yet not Southern and bluesy enough for the Southern market.However, despite these musical obstacles, he is held in very high regard amongst soul purists, especially in the U.K.
Love Of My Life
Let Me
Linda Tillery -  (born September 2, 1948) is an American singer, percussionist, producer, songwriter, and music arranger. She began her professional singing career at age 19 with the Bay Area rock band The Loading Zone. She is recognized as a pioneer in Women's music, with her second solo album titled Linda Tillery released on Olivia Records in 1977. In addition to performing, she was the producer on three of Olivia's first eight albums.Within the women's music genre, she has collaborated with June Millington, Deidre McCalla, Barbara Higbie, Holly Near, Margie Adam, and others.Tillery was nominated for a Grammy Award in 1997 for Best Musical Album for Children.
Count On Me
Ruby Turner - (born 22 June 1958) is a British Jamaican R&B and soul singer, songwriter, and actress.In a music career spanning more than 30 years, Turner is best known for her albums and single releases in Europe and North America. She is also known for her work as a session backing vocalist, artists she has worked with include Bryan Ferry, UB40, Steel Pulse, Steve Winwood, Jools Holland, and Mick Jagger. She has written songs that have been covered by artists including Lulu, Yazz and Maxi Priest
Da Brat - Shawntae Harris (born April 14, 1974), better known by her stage name Da Brat, is an American rapper, songwriter and actress from Chicago, Illinois. Beginning her career in 1992, her debut album Funkdafied (1994) sold one million copies, making her the first female solo rap act to receive a platinum certification, and the second overall female rap act (solo or group) after Salt-N-Pepa. Brat has received two Grammy Award nominations. Some of her most successful songs/features include, "I Think They Like Me", "Funkdafied" and "Loverboy".
Just A Little Bit More
Keith Washington -  (born November 15, 1960) is an American R&B vocalist from Detroit, Michigan who recorded the hit single "Kissing You" in 1991. The song was also used as background music for the ABC television soap opera General Hospital."Kissing You" was nominated for a Grammy Award for Best R&B Vocal Performance Male and won a 1992 Soul Train Music Award for Best R&B/Soul Single – Male. The song also topped the Billboard Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs chart for one week.
Lovers After All
Soul Town
Ola Onabulé -  has performed internationally at some of the world's most prestigious jazz festivals and concert halls. Since 2009, he has appeared with the German big bands WDR Big Band and the SWR Big Band. He appeared with the German Film Orchestra Babelsberg in Potsdam for a concert at the ikolaisaal featuring arrangements of his material by Peter Hinderthür.In July 2009, he appeared on the main stage of the Montreal Jazz Festival in 2009 and Vancouver Jazz Festival.
Kere Buchanan - Originally from New Zealand and from a musical family, Kere began learning piano at age 3, and then started on drums at age 10. Playing at sessions and gigs with his father Stu Buchanan, until he was 14 years old.
Easy Does It
Tami Davis - A former member of the R&B trio BLACKgirl, vocalist Tami Davis mounted a solo career in 1998 with the release of the album Only You.
Aint No Way
Mikki Bleu - Houston vocalist,has been performing since 12, when he sang with school bands. He recorded the single "Bedrock" locally in 1982, and the song made enough impact for Bleu to eventually tour with such groups as the Gap Band, the Bar-Kays, and Con Funk Shun. He joined Club Nouveau in 1986 and toured with them briefly, but never recorded as a group member. Bleu was on the Elektra roster briefly in 1985, but did little and joined EMI in 1989. The LP I Promise generated no action on the Urban Contemporary or R&B front.
Something Real
Tonya - (born LaTonya Youngblood in Prentiss, Missisippi) was a female R&B singer from the ’90s.She started singing in church when she was a kid and lead a few R&B bands in nightclubs. She was signed to J-Town Records.
In 1997, she released her debut album “It’s a Woman Thang.” It’s unknown how or if the album ever charted.
Sixty Nine
Cool Million - If there is any duo that has captured the funk and soul sound of the 80s and brought it to the 2000s, it is Cool Million.  Founded by Frank Ryle, known as the leader of the Danish soul music site, and German songwriter and producer Rob Hardt (Chaka Khan, Keith Sweat),Going Out Tonight in 2008. Featuring a number of solid guest vocalists, the album was an unadulterated tribute to 80s soul and funk. They then took it up a notch in 2010 with Back for More, an excellent funk workout featuring such vocalists as Meli'sa Morgan, Eugene Wilde and Leroy Burgess. It became an international hit and increased the duo's audience.
Summer Breeze
Tristan - The Dutch formation Tristan consists of the band members Evelyn Kallansee (vocals), Guy Nikkels (guitars), Coen Molenaar (keyboards), Sebastian Cornelissen (drums) and Frans Vollink (bass). Their debut album Full Power (2014) features US soul singer Heston, UK saxophone maestro Nigel Hitchcock and legendary American trumpeter Randy Brecker.
Jerald Daemyon -  is an American electric violinist born in Detroit, Michigan. Daemyon rose to fame in 1995 with his debut album, Thinking About You.The big-sounding Thinking About You was released independently on Jerald’s own label Jazzestra Records, before making its way around the urban radio market in the United States and world, where his urban-contemporary R&B sound was an instant airplay request and commercial sales success under the GRP/Universal Records label achieving national recognition as a chart topping smash on Billboard’s Magazine’s Urban and Contemporary Jazz Charts earning Best Contemporary Jazz Album, 1997.
When Love Comes To The Rescue
This Love Won't Fail
Get Here
Oleta Adams - (born May 4, 1953) is an American soul and gospel singer and pianist. Her album Circle of One received much critical acclaim, and eventually peaked at #1 in the UK in 1991 after her biggest hit to date with her Grammy-nominated cover of Brenda Russell's "Get Here".
Happy Feelings
Joy And Pain
Jamal Thomas - is an excellent drummer with more than 30 years performance experience. He played with Maceo Parker, the SOS Band and the producer duo Jimmy Jam & Terry Lewis.His solo debut was Family, a vocal album. His newest project is the Jamal Thomas Band, a loose formation with changing members. This band was founded in 2009. The first album was Future in 2013. Funk Don’t Move (2017) is the sophomore album.
A Mans Gonna Do
Dont Let Nothing
Jonathan Butler - Profile:Singer/songwriter and guitarist (gospel-tinged smooth jazz) born 10-Oct-1961 in Athlone, Cape Town, South Africa.Jonathan was a member of Pacific Express. Being a part of this group, he had his first chance to record jazzy material and to play it live on stage. It was funky jazz, RnB and jazz-rock but a long way from what he had been doing as a teen star.
I Miss Your Love
Take Good Care of Me
Do You Love Me
Sweetback - is an English band composed of members from the band Sade, not including the frontwoman Sade Adu. They are a jazz/funk band with R&B overtones. Stuart Matthewman, Paul Denman and Andrew Hale had been recording with female vocalist Sade Adu since 1984. The group Sweetback formed in 1994 at the conclusion of Sade's Love Deluxe World Tour. Their albums feature a host of guest vocalists such as Leroy Osbourne, Amel Larrieux, Maxwell, Aya (Lysa Aya Trenier), Bahamadia, Chocolate Genius, and El Debarge
6AM (Live) featuring (Lalah Hathaway)
MONICA - is a Grammy Award-winning Multi-platinum Artist, 25-million-plusselling singer, actress, philanthropist and entrepreneur. She was born and raised in Atlanta, GA and began her career at the tender age of 12 years old. She’s the youngest female ever to have two #1 back-to-back hits on Billboard’s R&B chart from her 1995 debut album “Miss Thang.”
Got To Be Strong
Jeffery Smith - originally born in Shreveport, LA and currently residing in Dallas, TX - began playing music at the tender age of seven. Raised among other talented musicians, Jeffery was exposed to, and ultimately mastered six different instruments including lead, bass, and acoustic guitars, keyboards, drums, percussion, and talkbox.By age nine, Jeffery’s strong desire to play music motivated him to start his own band. His increasingly obvious talent even inspired many of the neighborhood girls to form his first fan club.
Feeling You
Nathan Mitchell  - music has penned his name in the hearts of musical innovators, listeners, and lovers all over the world. He has crisscrossed the globe, touring with luminaries of the smooth jazz/ RnB industry like Nick Colionne, Lin Rountree, Paul Brown, Jackiem Joyner, Elan Trotman, Dawn Robinson (En Vogue/ Lucy Pearl), Irene Cara, Stokley (Mint Condition), and many more premier industry artists.
Bad Boy
Rock with Me
Jason Peterson Delaire  - a member of the Peterson family of Minneapolis, is known as a prolific saxophonist, keyboardist and singer. He toured with such artists as Oleta Adams, Prince, Alexander O\’Neal, Richard Marx, Solo, Donny Osmond, and Cherrelle and recorded with Michael Bolton, Alexander O’Neal, Prince, Donny Osmond, as well as Bobby Brown, Ben Sidran and Flyte Time Productions.
Special Lady
Joe Leavy - Internationally influenced in his music, for more than 10 years, the San Diego native worked overseas playing R&B, pop and jazz nightly in popular clubs and hot spots throughout east asia and Japan. Family led him to return the United States, taking his gifts to the Las Vegas market, where he once again, kept busy in the local music scene.
Inside You

In 1978, when I was 17, I was a DJ
at the (notorious) Sjangri-La club in Heerlen
(the Netherlands) where i played funk music
and I was very proud of that, later I played in
several clubs such as the coconut groove and the sounds in Aachen (Germany),here’s a collection of records that I played then.