Norman Brown - After The Storm mp3 album
Many of the tracks on After the Storm are formulaic, mid-tempo gems, but Brown adds zest to even the most typical groove with a lightning fast style that jumps off the disc. The Janet Jackson and Luther Vandross covers are fine, but better are more unique originals like "Trashman," "Take Me There," and others that use acoustic guitar and trumpet. As solid as this stuff gets.
Arranged By – Crayge Lindesay (tracks: 3), Land Richards (tracks: 4-6, 8), Norman Brown (tracks: 1-9, 11, 12). Arranged By – Norman Brown (tracks: 7, 11). Arranged By – Crayge Lindesay (tracks: 1), DeNetria Champ (tracks: 8), Lynne Fiddmont/Lindsey (tracks: 4, 6, 8), Norman Brown (tracks: 6, 8), Steve McKeever (tracks: 1). Art Direction – Jonathan Clark (5). Design – Shauna Woods.
Is After The Storm the best album by Norman Brown? BestEverAlbums. com brings together thousands of 'greatest ever album' charts and calculates an overall ranking. This album At A Glance. After The Storm by Norman Brown (1994) Overall rank: 63,449th. Accolades: Top albums of 1994 ( 1,128th ). Top albums of the 1990s ( 11,231st ). Best albums of all time ( 63,449th ).
Exclusive Prime pricing. Obviously influenced by Wes Montgomery and George Benson, Norman Brown plays so cleanly that even during lightning-fast runs the individual notes stand out clearly. At times his ideas are shallow or he runs out of ideas, and then it becomes a bit boring.
Norman Brown 01-01-1994. Toplam süre:1 h. 01. Take Me There (Album Version). 02. After The Storm (Album Version). 03. That's The Way Love Goes. 04. Any Love (Album Version). 05. Lydian (Album Version). 06. For The Love Of You (Album Version). 07. Trashman (Album Version).
In 1994 Brown released the album After the Storm, which gained critical success and was awarded jazz album of the year by Soul Train Music Awards. It also won a Gavin Radio Award by remaining on the charts for over two years. He followed this album with the 1996 release Better Days Ahead, which earned him a broader audience and the American Jazz Award. In 1999, he returned from a three hiatus and signed with Warner Bros. releasing Celebration, which was produced by Norman Brown, Paul Brown, and Herman Jackson
After the Storm is the second album by jazz guitarist Norman Brown, released in 1994 on Motown Records. The album peaked at No. 2 on the Billboard Jazz Albums chart and No. 21 on the R&B Albums chart Overview Track listing.
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