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Curtis Stigers - Discography - 1991-2014, MP3

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Curtis Stigers - Discography - 1991-2014, MP3

Artist: Curtis Stigers
Title Of Album: Discography
Year Of Release: 1991-2014
Label: Arista Records
Columbia Records
Concord Records
Genre: Jazz, adult contemporary, soft rock
Quality: MP3
Bitrate: 192-320 kbps
Total Time: 32:42:45
Total Size: 4,3 Gb
WebSite: wikipedia

Curtis Stigers - Discography - 1991-2014, MP3

Curtis Stigers (born October 18, 1965) is an American jazz vocalist, saxophonist, guitarist, and songwriter. He achieved a number of hits in the early 1990s, most notably international 1991 hit, "I Wonder Why", which reached No. 5 in the UK and No. 9 in the US.
Stigers was born in Boise, Idaho, and started his music career as a teenager, playing in jazz, rock and blues groups, as well as receiving formal training in clarinet and saxophone at high school in Boise. He acquired much of his inspiration and encouragement for pursuing jazz from jam sessions led by Gene Harris at the Idanha Hotel. His song "Swingin' Down at Tenth and Main" is a tribute to those times with Harris. After graduation, he moved to New York to pursue rock music but soon found himself playing and singing in a jazz trio. He was signed to a recording contract by Arista Records and released two albums for the label: a self-titled, multi-platinum debut in 1991, and Time Was in 1995. His smooth, blend of soul and rock translated into commercial appeal, ensuring his continued popularity. In addition, Stigers moonlighted as a jazz vocalist, performing and recording with artists such as Gene Harris, Elton John, Eric Clapton, Prince, Bonnie Raitt, Rod Stewart, The Allman Brothers Band and Joe Cocker. He sang a duet with Julia Fordham on her re-recording of Where Does The Time Go?
According to Will Birch's book on pub rock, No Sleep Till Canvey Island, the royalties from Curtis Stigers' version of the song, "(What's So Funny 'Bout) Peace, Love, and Understanding", made songwriter Nick Lowe independently wealthy. Stigers' version appeared on the soundtrack album for the film The Bodyguard, which sold 17 million copies in the United States alone.
Stigers also appears on the Dawson's Creek soundtracks. In his solo career, he has popularized tunes such as "I Wonder Why", which reached No. 5 in the UK Singles Chart and No. 9 in the United States Billboard Hot 100 charts in 1991 and "You're All That Matters to Me", which reached No. 6 as the follow-up single in the UK. In 2006, Stigers participated in the BBC Television show Just the Two of Us, where he sang with journalist Penny Smith. He was one of the soloists at a concert celebrating the MGM musical, during the 2009 Proms season. His song "This Life" is used as the intro for the American show Sons of Anarchy. He also covered "John the Revelator" for the Sons of Anarchy's season 1 finale.
Since 2001, Curtis Stigers started a new career as a jazz singer, with positive critics. He is known for jazzy versions of pop songs, as well as performing and recording jazz standards, and composes new songs too.

1991 - Curtis Stigers
1995 - Time Was
1999 - Brighter Days
2001 - Baby Plays Around
2002 - Secret Heart
2003 - You Inspire Me (192 Кбит/с)
2005 - I Think It's Going to Rain Today
2007 - Real Emotional
2009 - Lost In Dreams
2012 - Let's Go Out Tonight
2014 - Hooray for Love

2001 - All That Matters: The Best Of Curtis Stigers
2012 - Tapestry Revisited: A Tribute To Carole King

1992 - The Bodyguard
1999 - Dawson's Creek
2010 - Sons of Anarchy: The King Is Gone
2011 - Songs of Anarchy: Music From Sons of Anarchy, Seasons 1-4
2013 - Songs of Anarchy: Vol. 3

As Special Guest
1995 - Doky Brothers - Doky Brothers
1995 - Julian Dawson - Travel On
1997 - Gene Harris & Jack McDuff - Down Home Blues
1997 - Gene Harris - In His Hands
1998 - Julia Fordham - Julia Fordham
2000 - Bruce Henderson - Beyond the Pale
2000 - Gene Harris - The Best Of The Concord Years
2001 - Søren Sko - Unpolished
2003 - Paul Brady - The Paul Brady Songbook
2004 - Jules Shear - Sayin' Hello to the Folks
2004 - Matt Wilson's Arts & Crafts - Wake Up! (To What's Happening)
2005 - Cæcilie Norby - Slow Fruit
2007 - Till Brönner - The Christmas Album
2010 - Sinne Eeg - Remembering You
2011 - The John Wilson Orchestra - That's Entertainment: A Celebration of the MGM Film Musical
2012 - The Sneider Brothers - The Brockton Beat

Curtis Stigers - Discography - 1991-2014, MP3

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