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Jocelyn Brown - Collection - 1984-2015, MP3

21-04-2016, 14:08
Nu Jazz | Soul | R&B | Discography | Dance

Title: Collection
Year Of Release: 1984-2015
Label: U.L.M., 4th & Broadway, Vinyl Dreams, Salsoul Records, Malaco, Warner Bros., Arista
Genre: R&B, Pop, Soul, Acid Jazz, Nujazz, Dance, House
Quality: MP3
Total Time: 40 hours 37 minutes 99 seconds
Total Size: 4,77 Gb

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2014-07-31 Updated

Jocelyn Brown - Collection - 1984-2015, MP3

Jocelyn Lorette Brown (born November 25, 1950), sometimes credited as Jocelyn Shaw, is an American R&B and dance music singer. Although she has only one Billboard Hot 100 chart entry in her name, she has an extensive background in the music industry and is well known in the world of dance music.

Brown started out in the late 1970s singing on records by studio-created bands like Revanche, Musique, Inner Life, Disco Tex and His Sex-O-Lettes, Cerrone, Bad Girls, Chic, and Change, later singing with Salsoul Orchestra, Soiree or Dazzle in 1979.

In 1980, she appeared in Bette Midler's concert movie Divine Madness singing backup as a "Harlette" along with Ula Hedwig and Diva Gray.

In 1984, Brown released a number of singles in her own name, including "Somebody Else's Guy" (which she co-wrote)(later rerecorded in 1997 by CeCe Peniston), which made it to #2 on the Billboard R&B Singles chart (#75 on the Hot 100) and became the title track of her first album (a compilation of tracks from her career to date), released that same year. Although she scored another big Dance (and minor R&B) hit two years later with the oft-sampled tune, "Love's Gonna Get You", her solo career never really took off and she continued to sing on other people's records.

She has more than twenty hits on the Hot Dance Music/Club Play chart, four of which have hit number one (not including two #1 dance hits she had in the late 1970s as a guest vocalist with Patrick Adams' studio band, Musique). She continues to record house music and have chart hits in the 21st century. She toured with Boy George, as a backing vocalist, worldwide with Culture Club in 1985 and appeared on their 1986 album, From Luxury to Heartache. In 1987, she co-wrote with Boy George his top 30 United Kingdom hit, "Keep Me In Mind"...

Jocelyn Brown - Collection - 1984-2015, MP3

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martymartymarty   User offline   11 August 2012 22:25


Any way to just get the singles???

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atahualpaFX   User offline   22 April 2016 22:16

Thank you for sharing. 1

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pg30027   User offline   23 April 2016 14:03

thanks very much

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