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Sunday Night Sex Jam of the Week
December 1, 2013: Dave Hollister - The Program
The Best Of T-Boz, Left Eye & Chilli Also Known As TLC! Here You Have Your All Time Favorite Classics From The Group Who Rocked The Charts With Their Hits! RIP To Lisa “Left Eye” Lopes! As Always Leave A Comment And Share With The World!
Yu ever just listen to r&b from the 90s in bed and become 13 again?
Blackstreet - Happy Home
On this day in music history: November 26, 1991 - “Dangerous”, the eighth studio album by Michael Jackson is released. Produced by Michael Jackson, Bill Bottrell, and Teddy Riley, it is recorded at Ocean Way/Record One Studio 2, Larrabee North Studios in Hollywood, CA from June 25, 1990 - October 29, 1991. Issued as the long awaited follow up to “Bad”, the fourteen track album is the first to be produced mainly by Jackson, with Bill Bottrell and songwriter and producer Teddy Riley of the R&B band Guy, whose New Jack Swing sound is prominent on several tracks. It will be a huge success both internationally and in the US, spinning off a total of nine hit singles including the chart topping “Black Or White”, “Remember The Time” (#3 Pop) and “Will You Be There” (#7 Pop), selling over 20 million copies worldwide. Jackson will also support the album with an extensive world tour, including a concert in Bucharest, Romania taped for broadcast on HBO that will break pay-per-view records on the cable network. In addition to the standard CD, cassette, and vinyl (pressed in limited quantities) configurations, the album will also be issued as limited edition CD package with the disc coming housed in a black hardbound cover (with minimal cover graphics) that opens to reveal the albums’ lavish cover artwork in three dimensional pop up form. “Dangerous” will debut at #1 on the Billboard Top 200, spending 4 weeks at the top, also topping the R&B album chart for 12 weeks (non-consecutive), and is certified 7x Platinum in the US by the RIAA.
On this day in music history: November 25, 1995 - “Exhale (Shoop Shoop)” by Whitney Houston hits #1 on the Billboard Hot 100 for 1 week, also spending 8 weeks at #1 on the R&B singles chart on the same date. Written and produced by Kenny “Babyface” Edmonds, it is the eleventh and final chart topping pop single and the seventh R&B chart topper for the New Jersey born superstar vocalist. Issued as the lead single from the soundtrack and film to “Waiting To Exhale”, which stars Houston with Angela Bassett, Lela Rochon, and Loretta Devine. First time director, actor Forest Whitaker will meet Babyface backstage after a show (while on tour with Boyz II Men) at the Arrowhead Pond in Anaheim, CA. Whitaker will ask the singer/songwriter/producer if he will score and write songs for the film adaptation of Terry McMillian’s book “Waiting To Exhale”. Edmonds will agree, helping to assemble a top notch group of female R&B vocalists that include Chaka Khan, Toni Braxton, Mary J. Blige, Chante Moore, Brandy, and TLC for the soundtrack album. Face will write the films’ title song especially for Whitney to sing along with “Count On Me” (a duet with gospel singer CeCe Winans). At first, Houston is not fond of “Exhale” particularly the songs’ chorus, but she will eventually warm up to it. Issued as the first single from the soundtrack album on November 7, 1995, “Exhale” will be an instant smash, debuting at #1 on both the pop and R&B singles charts. The single will also win Babyface a Grammy Award for Best R&B Song in 1997. “Exhale (Shoop Shoop)” is certified Platinum in the US by the RIAA.
Guitar by the incredibly talented Tom Misch.
"This was the first ever RnB song I listened to when I was young, and also the first ever song I started to try play piano to while it played in my tape-deck back in the day.
Hope y’all enjoy this one. My most meaningful remix yet.”
OMG! This remix!