Nov 232014
 

 from WHEN LOVE COMES CALLING

written by Deniece Williams & Tennyson Stevens

June Deniece Chandler, aka Deniece Williams, was one of the most important and gifted American R&B singers of her generation. A multiple Grammy winner, Ms. Williams is well-known for trademark hits including “Free,” “Too Much, Too Little, Too Late” as a duet with Johnny Mathis, “Let’s Hear It For The Boy” and “It’s Gonna Take A Miracle.” All of these hits showcased her fantastic four-octave vocal range and portrayed the unique warmth of her soprano voice.

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Oct 172010
 

from LOVE SONGS

written by  David Foster, Deniece Williams & Carole Pinckes

Deniece Williams is mostly remembered worldwide for her 1983 chart topping hit “Let’s Hear It For The Boy.” That pop/soul ditty was catchy and memorable but it overshadowed her previous strong catalogue released between the second half of the seventies and the early eighties.
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Oct 192008
 

From I’VE GOT THE NEXT DANCE (single)
Written by June Deniece Williams, Cheyenne Fowler & Keg Johnson

Deniece Williams is a famous r&b singer/songwriter who achieved great success during the seventies and eighties. Her distinctive four-octave soprano voice can be heard on chart-toppers like “Free,” “Let’s Hear It For The Boy,” and her duet with Johnny Mathis, “Too Much, Too Little, Too Late.” Williams started her career as a member of Stevie Wonder’s Wonderlove. She became a protégée of EWF’s Maurice White who produced her first two albums. Continue reading »

Feb 092003
 

From WHEN LOVE COMES CALLING
Written by Deniece Williams, Carole Bayer Sager & David Foster

This ballad brings us back once again to David Foster’s finest r&b work. In 1979 he was probably asked by Maurice White to produce the majority of Deniece Williams’ new album (3 cuts were produced by former Raydio leader Ray Parker jr.) and, as usual, the results were outstanding. Continue reading »