Crystal Waters - Storyteller mp3 album
Storyteller is the second studio album by American singer-songwriter Crystal Waters, released on May 17, 1994 by Mercury Records. The album peaked at number 199 on the US Billboard 200, number 73 on the Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums chart and number 8 on the Top Heatseekers chart. Four singles were released from the album: "What I Need", "Relax", "Ghetto Day", and the hit, "100% Pure Love". Ghetto Day" samples The 5th Dimension's 1968 hit "Stoned Soul Picnic".
Storyteller (Crystal Waters album). Studio album by Crystal Waters. The album sold 284,000 copies and was certified gold in the United States. 1 Critical reception.
Crystal Waters is an American house and dance music singer and songwriter, best known for her 1990s dance hits "Gypsy Woman", "100% Pure Love" and 2007's "Destination Calabria" with Alex Gaudino. All three of her studio albums produced a Top 40 hit on the Billboard Hot 100. In December 2016, Billboard magazine ranked her as one of the most successful dance artists of all-time.
The title track to Crystal Waters' second studio album, ‘Storyteller’. This song is about Crystal’s relationship with a guy who she’s had to go through a lot for. This isn’t a happy storybook ending, however, Crystal wants to find a way to make the relationship work. The song was written and produced by Crystal Waters, Neal Conway & Sean Spencer. Storyteller" Track Info. Written By Crystal Waters. Recorded At Basement Boys Studios. Release Date May 17, 1994. Storyteller Crystal Waters.
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Album by Crystal Waters. Ghetto Day. Regardless. I Believe I Love You. Relax. Is It for Me? Listen for My Beep. MusicBrainz: Storyteller.
Storyteller - Waters, Crystal (CD 1994). You know that skit from Saturday Night Live, the one where the two guys stand around a nightclub bobbing their heads and trying in vain to pick up women? Right, well this is the perfect disc for their head-bobbing. A slick dance-popper in the same vein as, say, Culture Beat or Haddaway, Crystal Waters kicks off Storyteller with her dancefloor trump-card: "100% Pure Love," as sure a club hit as was released in 1994