That's for Sure by Jeffrey Osborne (CD, Feb-2000, Private Music)

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Album Features
Artist:Jeffrey Osborne
Release Year:2000
Record Label:Private Music

Track Listing
1. 2nd Time Around
2. Kreepin'
3. That's For Sure
4. I'll Do It All For Love
5. Can't Find an Easy Way
6. Soft and Slow
7. Work That Body
8. Call My Name
9. Come With Me
10. All My Money
11. Was It Something I Said
12. Love Ballad - (live)

Playing Time:66 min.
Distributor:BMG (distributor)
Recording Type:Studio
Recording Mode:Stereo
SPAR Code:n/a

Album Notes
Personnel: Jeffrey Osborne (vocals, programming); Tony Maiden, Kevin Chokan (guitar); Paul Mirkovich, Sumana Brown, Kaliq Glover, Scott Weatherspoon (keyboards, programming); Darryl Duncan, Frankie Crawfords (keyboards); Bill Sharpe (bass); Lance Lee (drums); Portia Griffin, Mona Lisa Young, Joey Diggs, LeJon Walker, Fred White, Dee Harvey, Roy Galloway, Natalie Griffin, Marva King (background vocals).Producers: Jeffrey Osborne, Kaliq Glover, Darryl Duncan, Sumana Brown.Recorded at Wings West Studio, Hollywood, California.THAT'S FOR SURE was nominated for the 2001 Grammy Award for Best Traditional R&B Vocal Album.There's nothing particularly fancy about Jeffrey Osbourne's approach. It's that voice that sets him above the masses, a fact that seemed particularly evident at the close of the '90s, a decade marked by scores of milquetoast clones of male R&B singers. Osbourne's husky, rugged, imploring tenor demands attention as he runs through the usual assortment of love songs. He's so assured that it's hard to imagine his ever singing without sensuality, no matter what the material.The material on THAT'S FOR SURE is just strong enough to allow Osbourne's vocals to do their work. From the torch song of "Soft and Slow," to the new-jack stylings of "All My Money," to the standard balladry of "Was It Something I Said," Osbourne woos and subdues the songs into intimate beauty. Love is Jeffrey Osbourne's game and even in his early 50s, he can still take on the newcomers in raw vocal sexuality.

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