I Can’t Let Go (1980, Lexicon) is the only album released by Christian singer Kristle Murden. Kristle Murden (born December 9, 1956), also known as Kristle Edwards, is an American singer-songwriter, musician, music producer, author and ordained minister. Murden is the soloist on the song “Can You Feel the Love Tonight” from The Lion King. […]
“I Really Don’t Need No Light” is the first single from Jeffrey Osborne‘s self titled album, featuring Lynn Davis. It reached #39 on the US Billboard Charts.
Every Home Should Have One is a studio album by R&B/jazz singer Patti Austin. Released on Qwest Records in 1981, it includes the number-one hit duet with James Ingram, “Baby Come to Me”, and the title track, “Every Home Should Have One”, which peaked at number 62 on the Billboard Hot 100. She also scored […]
“Do You Love Me” is a 1981 dance/soul single by Patti Austin, from the album Every Home Should Have One. Along with the track “The Genie”, the single peaked at number one on the dance charts for two weeks. Although “Do You Love Me” failed to chart on the Hot 100, it peaked at number […]
Mellow Madness is a 1975 studio album by Quincy Jones. It was Jones’s first album recorded since treatment for a cerebral aneurysm. The album introduced the R&B public to The Brothers Johnson, which they co-wrote four of the album tracks. Tracks 1 Is It Love That We’re Missin’ (Debbie Smith; George Johnson) 03:52 2 Paranoid […]
“Is It Love That We’re Missing?” is a single by Quincy Jones from his album Mellow Madness. It was released in 1975 and reached #70 in the US Billboard Charts. Musicians Musicians in the tags above are confirmed. For more information click on the album. Produced By Quincy Jones Songwriters Debbie Smith George Johnson Charts […]