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ONE VOICE

from NEVER SAY NEVER

Written by Phil Galdston & Gordon Chambers

 

 

Brandy Norwood, a.k.a. Brandy, was a R&B singing star and actress who scored big on the music charts of the nineties. Brandy’s songs included “Baby,” “Brokenhearted,” “Sitting Up In My Room, “The Boy Is Mine” with Monica and “Have You Ever.” The last two ditties were international #1s and both were part of her 5x platinum album, Never Say Never.

THE LAST TIME

from THE LAST TIME/SERIOUS MUSIC (single) 

Written by Daryl Hall

“I think that Along The Red Ledge was the best of the two albums I produced for Hall & Oates. It was more unique musically. I have great memories of Daryl and John and I really liked them both. Daryl was really an amazing musician, one funny thing is that he was trying to get me to think more ‘rock’ while I was pushing him to think more ‘funk.’ Then I went on to produce a rock icon like Alice Cooper and also The Tubes and he went on to release a string of soul/funk influenced albums. I guess we influenced each other more than we thought.”

INFINITO

from LILAS

Written by Djavan

Djavan Caetano Viana is simply known as Djavan. He is a legendary Brazilian singer/songwriter. From his debut in the second half of the seventies up to now, Djavan’s music is a landmark in terms of sophisticated songwriting and meaningful lyrical content. He is a star in his own country, but his music quickly became loved by singers, musicians and audiences around the world.

THROUGH THE FIRE

from THROUGH THE FIRE

Written by David Foster, Tom Keane & Cynthia Weil

Robert Peapo “Peabo” Bryson was one of the kings of the soul/quiet storm genre from the second half of the seventies up to the nineties. His velvety and powerful tenor graced the charts and international airwaves with hits including “Reaching For The Sky,” “Tonight, I Celebrate My Love” with Roberta Flack, “If Ever You’re In My Arms Again,” “Can You Stop The Rain,” “Beauty And The Beast” with Celine Dion and “A Whole New World” with Regina Belle.

SOME ENCHANTED EVENING

from BACK TO BROADWAY

Written by Richard Rodgers & Oscar Hammerstein II

“Some Enchanted Evening,” from the 1949 Rodgers & Hammerstein musical “South Pacific,” was a Broadway tune that became an evergreen thanks to dozens of interpretations by various recording stars. “Some Enchanted Evening” was considered one of the most successful tunes ever to come from a musical.