Download links and information about Favorites by Johnny Gill. This album was released in 1997 and it belongs to Hip Hop/R&B, Soul, Rock genres. It contains 14 tracks with total duration of 01:06:35 minutes.
|Genre:||Hip Hop/R&B, Soul, Rock|
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|1.||My, My, My||5:19|
|2.||Quiet Time to Play||4:47|
|3.||There U Go||5:15|
|5.||If You're Wondering||4:12|
|7.||Where Do We Go from Here? (featuring Stacy Lattisaw)||4:21|
|8.||Rub You the Right Way (Remix) [Remix]||4:32|
|10.||Wrap My Body Tight||4:36|
|11.||I Got You||4:16|
|12.||Let's Get the Mood Right||4:10|
|14.||Give Love on Christmas Day||4:30|
A marvelous compilation of Johnny Gill's Motown sides. Someone was even thoughtful enough to include "There U Go," an overlooked gem from the Boomerang soundtrack. Gill's lusty baritone is a flexible instrument, and he has complete control over it, never failing to conjure an emotion from listeners. He doesn't sing for himself, he sings to please others, and it shows in his phrasing and delivery. Johnny outdoes himself with an absolutely marvelous vocal on "If You're Wondering," arguably one of the best urban ballads of the '90s. Gill's vocal range amazes on the lilting, dreamy concoction that is better known in Europe. A duet with childhood friend Stacy Lattisaw, "Where Do I Go From Here," shows their vocal skills but is too predictable; it's one of those tunes you think you heard before, but Lattisaw still sounds luscious belting out the love tale. Johnny proves he can sing hip-hop by hitting the #1 spot on Billboard's R&B Chart with "Rub You the Right Way," an energetic workout for the balladeer. "My, My, My" also topped the R&B chart in July 1990. Just as good is the irresistible "Wrapped My Body Tight" with its incessant beat. A great package of Gill.