Randy Brown (2). Profile: Soul - disco singer. His fifth and last album was recorded at Stax Recorded five albums between 1978 - 1981. His biggest hit is "We Ought to Be Doin' It". Sites
Randy (subtitled Băp!! Beep Boo-Bee Băp Beep-M-Boo Bee Băp!) is an album by American jazz pianist Randy Weston recorded in 1964 and originally released on Bakton, Weston's own label. The album was later reissued in 1972 on the Atlantic label under the title African Cookbook
Welcome To My Room is a mellow soul masterpiece from Randy Brown – a talent from the late 70s, working here with a totally put-together vibe! The album’s got the mature, mellow feel of some of the best work by better-known 70s contemporaries – like Leroy Hutson or Lamont Dozier – polished, but never slick – and flowing out with a sensual groove that’s especially nice on the more laidback or midtempo cuts. Randy’s vocals have some great deep soul echoes – much more so than other singers.
Randy Brown (born in 1952, Memphis, Tennessee) is an American R&B singer. Brown started as a singer of doo-wop and in his local church, and became a solo singer after recording with Memphis group, The Newcomers, who had the R&B hit "Pin The Tail On The Donkey" in 1971, on Stax Records. In 1973 Brown left The Newcomers and recorded his first single "Did You Hear Yourself" on Stax Records
Memphis vocalist Randy Brown had a deep, frequently entrancing voice and captivating delivery, though he never enjoyed major success or consistent hits. The brother of William Brown, a member of the Thre. ead Full Biography.
Artist: Randy Brown And Company. Genre: Rnb. Money online! Converting/Cutting. Captcha: File format: MP3 AMR WAV AAC WMA.
Performer: Randy Brown
Style: Deep Soul,Memphis Soul,Quiet Storm,Soul,Southern Soul
Size MP3: 1607 mb
Size FLAC: 1844 mb
Rating: 4.5 / 5
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