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Baby, Come To Me - Patti Austin - Every Home Should Have One (CD, Album)


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Label: Qwest Records - 256 931 • Format: CD Album, Reissue • Country: Germany • Genre: Electronic, Funk / Soul • Style: Soul, Disco


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9 thoughts on “ Baby, Come To Me - Patti Austin - Every Home Should Have One (CD, Album)

  1. Sep 25,  · When you combine this sultry singer with the superstar production of Quincy Jones, it's again a top-notch, totally artistic venture, as the ten magnificent songs that make up her debut Qwest LP, Every Home Should Have One, truly illustrate was an important year, as her career leaped from being a much respected jazz/soul figure into the pop /5(47).
  2. Baby, Come To Me Vocals [Duet] – James Ingram Written-By – Rod Temperton: 6: Quincy Jones Presents Patti Austin - Every Home Should Have One ‎ (CD, Album, RE, Tar) Qwest Records: 38XP Japan: Sell This Version: XM Quincy Jones Presents Patti Austin: Quincy Jones Presents Patti Austin - Every Home Should Have One /5(4).
  3. Every Home Should Have One Keyboards – Richard Tee Soloist, Tenor Saxophone [Tenor Sax Solo] – Ernie Watts Written-By – Dominic Bugatti And Frank Musker* A5: Baby, Come To Me Backing Vocals [Vocal Backgrounds] – James Ingram, Patti Austin Lead Vocals [Lead Female Vocal] – Patti Austin Vocals [Duet, Lead Male Vocal] – James 4/5(77).
  4. Dec 15,  · Every Home Should Have One is a studio album by R&B/jazz singer Patti Austin. Released on Qwest Records in , it includes the number-one hit duet with James Ingram, "Baby Come to Me", and the title track, "Every Home Should Have One", which peaked at number 62 on the Billboard Hot /5(5).
  5. Analyzed: Patti Austin / Every Home Should Have One [US Friday Music / CD] DR Peak RMS Duration Track DR14 dB dB Do You Love Me?
  6. Of course there's "Baby Come To Me",the duet with James Ingram this album is most known for. I actually forgot what a funky,grooving slow jam this actually is. "The Genie" finds Austin in an implicitly sexual mood-using the title as a metaphor for physical desire to a danceable pop/funk number using a snake charmer type sound on the intro/5(46).
  7. Patti Austin (born August 10, ) is an American R&B, pop, and jazz singer and Qwest, which released Every Home Should Have One with "Baby, Come to Me", a duet with James Ingram that became a No. 1 hit on the Billboard magazine pop chart. A second duet A companion CD/DVD was released with Austin and Yip singing duets in Mandarin.
  8. The talented Patti Austin launched a successful jazz album career on CTI by the mid-'70s. Working with Quincy Jones since , Every Home Should Have One was her long-awaited solo album with Jones as a producer. The hit singles "Do You Love Me" and "Every Home Should Have One" are polished -- pleasing but derivative. Rod Temperton-- who did four songs here, including the smooth "The Genie 7/

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