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.R. was nominated for the 2000 Grammy Award for Best R&B Album. "When A Woman's Fed Up" was nominated for the 2000 Grammy Award for Best Male R&B Vocal Performance.R. Kelly starts this disc off with a straight-up gospel sermon, and his vocal style is well-suited to it. He learned his craft in church, and he gives praise to God on the disc's liner notes. ...See Full Description
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||Trade In My Life|
"Trade In My Life" is POWERFUL! When I first heard it I cried for hours. This song really ministers to me. It's the BEST song on this album! As an Artist myself, I can truly relate to the message in the song. I can hear R. Kelly's sincerity through his vocals in this song, as though he was seriously pleading to God from the heart!
By Lady Royalty (Chicago, IL, USA)
||I Love R.Kelly|
I love all r.kelly songs and I love me some r.kelly. the only songs I love is "you remind me of something, baby baby baby baby baby, down low,and i can't sleep baby" I LOVE YOU R. KELLY KEEP IT UP!
By BrksPac (Gainesville, FL, USA)
I love this album...Religious Love is probably my fav song. It's a little church like, but still R & B Smooth...not to mention the hook. I was actually just singing it to someone I love....I love R. Kelly as a creative artist.
By Tamla (San Diego, CA)
||an absolute classic from R Kelly|
I had this album when I was younger and unfortunately misplaced it when moving. Even though this album is now old, it still contains some of the best songs ever by the artist and it will never age. Am so glad I was able to obtain it again. Sheer class!
By cumminstracey (United Kingdom)
||r. kelly, the classic years album number 3|
sad really that with each progressive release proceeding r. kelly's paedophilia allegations, the material's quality has gotten worse. this was r. kelly at his best as is the case with born into the 90s, twllve play and r and even tp2.com. it's after those that kelly's material takes that wrong turn it shouldn't have taken. on later releases EG tp3, he leaves no room what so ever for anything emotionally sincere and on chocolate factory, whatever sexual prowess he sang about initially is lost under something so syropy it's depressing and on the happy peopl u saved me effort, well that was good except for the fact that you cannot even for a minute believe kelly was serious about anything he sang about there. here however is where classic songs like down low, you remind me of something, i can't sleep baby and hump bounce can be found. not much of a party album, more a "let's pash like maniacs," cd. instrumental arrangements are great. tracks themselves are great cos it's not all about sex. problem, who ever mixed the vocal track didn't crank it up enough i don't think. this album is i believe his quietest in that you can't really hear what he's saying. for me, the instruments do overpower the man behind the mike a bit. but otherwise, this album really stands out as one of his best
By Trent Wellard (Australia)
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R. Kelly songs Product Details
|CD Universe Part number||1004839|
|Release Date||Nov 14, 1995|
|Recording Time||62 minutes|
|Personnel||R. Kelly - vocals, various instruments|
Lafayette Carthon - keyboards, background vocals
Stephen George - programming
Peter Mokran - keyboards, programming
Jim Slattery - various instruments
Mario Winans - various instruments, programming
Ray Bady - various instruments, background vocals
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|Abyssinian Baptist Choir / Prof. Alex Bradford|
Shakin' the Rafters CD (1960)
Originally released at (8348). Includes liner notes by Leonard Goines.
Digitally remastered by Mark Wilder (Sony Music Studios, New York, New York).
Through its Legacy imprint, Columbia Records has done a fine job of reissuing the older classic recordings in its vaults, even those with limited commercial appeal. The label has been particularly kind in this regard to fans of old gospel music, a relatively small but fervent lot. SHAKIN' THE RAFTERS is but one example of the label's preservationist instincts. This 1960 recording of Newark's excellent Abyssinian Baptist Gospel Choir has long been held in high regard by old-style gospel fans but has been relatively unknown to fans outside that circle. With luck, this reissue will rectify the situation.
Under the guidance of Professor Alex Bradford, the Abyssinian Baptist Gospel Choir grew from just another local outfit to the predominant Baptist gospel group in the area. Part of the group's success was due to wide exposure via citywide radio. The larger part, however, was the result of Bradford's gifts for writing and arranging in the classic call-and-response gospel style. The tracks on SHAKIN' THE RAFTERS demonstrate a powerful and dramatic bifurcation between a gifted soloist and a 120-voice choir.
The Abyssinian Baptist Gospel Choir includes: Willie James McPhatter (vocals, piano); Margaret Simpson, Kathleen Lane, Calvin White, Reverend Means, Faytha Drayton, Bessie Lewis, Lester Ware, Clarence Drayton (vocals).
Producer: John Hammond.
Reissue producer: Nedra Olds-Neal.
Additional personnel: Alex Bradford (piano); Dickie Mitchell (organ); Pola Roberts (drums).