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Peabo Bryson - Through The Fire (1994) 320 kbps

23-09-2015, 06:53
Music | Jazz | Soul

Peabo Bryson - Through The Fire (1994) 320 kbps[/center]
Artist: Peabo Bryson
Title Of Album: Through The Fire
Year Of Release: 1994
Label: Columbia
Genre: Soul, Contemporary Jazz
Format: MP3
Quality: 320 kbps
Total Time: 57:17
Total Size: 136 MB(+3%)


1. Treat Her Like A Lady
2. A Whole New World (Aladdin's Theme) - Guest Musician: Regina Belle
3. Love Will Take Care Of You
4. Never Saw A Miracle
5. Why Goodbye
6. Through The Fire
7. Spanish Eyes
8. By The Time This Night Is Over - Guest Musician: Kenny G
9. Beauty And The Beast - Peabo Bryson, Celine Dion
10. You Can Have Me Anytime
11. Don't Make Me Wait
12. Same Old Love

Vocalist Peabo Bryson was among the premier silky-voiced soul artists who emerged as the softer, more sophisticated urban contemporary sound became dominant in the '70s and '80s. Bryson, who was born in Greenville, SC, sang with Al Freeman & the Upsetters in 1965, and was in the group Moses Dillard & the Tex-Town Display from 1968 to 1973. He was a producer and composer for Atlanta's Bang Records in the early '70s, and sang in Michael Zager's Moon Band. His self-titled, debut LP and several singles were recorded for Bang's subsidiary company Bullet, among them "Do It with Feeling," "Underground Music," "It's Just a Matter of Time," "Just Another Day," and "I Can Make It Better." All were moderate R&B hits. Bryson moved to Capitol in 1978, where his first album, Reaching for the Sky, went gold, and the title track was a number six R&B hit. He remained in the Moon Band until 1979, departing after "I'm So Into You" spent two weeks as the nation's number two R&B hit in 1978.

Bryson continued a prolific career, both as lead act and duet participant. He made hit duets with Natalie Cole, Roberta Flack, Melissa Manchester, and Regina Belle. Bryson recorded for Capitol until 1984, when he switched to Elektra, and enjoyed more success with "If Ever You're in My Arms Again." He moved to Columbia in 1991, issuing Can You Stop the Rain; subsequent efforts included 1994's Through the Fire and 1999's Unconditional Love. He also enjoyed more acclaim making duets with Belle. In 2007, he incorporated the smooth jazz sound into his comeback album Missing You. ~ Ron Wynn, All Music Guide

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