|Studio album by|
|Released||June 21, 1986|
|Genre||R&B, soul, funk, dance|
|Label||Arista (USA), 10 Records (UK)|
|Producer||John "Jellybean" Benitez, Narada Michael Walden|
|Jermaine Stewart chronology|
|Singles from Frantic Romantic|
Frantic Romantic is the second album by American R&B singer Jermaine Stewart, released in 1986. The album includes Stewart's biggest pop hit, "We Don't Have to Take Our Clothes Off", as well as the minor follow-up hit, "Jody", for whom Stewart's former Soul Train dance-mate Jody Watley was the inspiration. The album was re-issued on CD on October 18, 2010 by Cherry Red in the UK.
|Canadian Albums Chart||33|
|UK Albums Chart||49|
|U.S. Billboard 200||32|
|U.S. Billboard R&B/Hip-Hop Albums Chart||31|
Walter Afanasieff, formerly nicknamed Baby Love in the 1980s, is a musician, songwriter, record producer and composer. He is a Brazilian-American of Russian descent, known for his longtime collaboration with Mariah Carey on her first six studio albums. He won the 1999 Grammy Award in the Record of the Year category for producing "My Heart Will Go On" by Celine Dion, and the 2000 Grammy Award for Producer of the Year, Non-Classical.
Narada Michael Walden is an American singer, songwriter, musician, and record producer. He acquired the nickname Narada from Sri Chinmoy. He is currently the drummer for Journey, having joined on May 23, 2020.
William Jermaine Stewart was an American R&B singer best known for his 1986 hit single "We Don't Have to Take Our Clothes Off", which peaked at number five on the Billboard Hot 100, and also peaked within the top ten of the charts in Canada at number, the Republic of Ireland, and the United Kingdom.
As Cruel as School Children is the third studio album by Gym Class Heroes. It was released on July 25, 2006. It was produced by Fall Out Boy's Patrick Stump. A second version of the album, released on November 4, 2006 additionally contains the single "Cupid's Chokehold". Both versions of these albums have the Parental Advisory sticker on them. As Cruel as School Children shows a significant departure from the style of their previous work such as the use of drum machine, Acoustic Guitar, Synthesizers and the band dabbling in many genres such as Electronica, Funk and Soul. Since its release, it has been certified gold by the RIAA. The name of the album is a lyric from "Scandalous Scholastics", which is a track on the album. The band re-released this album, which includes the new remix of "Cupid's Chokehold".
Duotones is the fourth studio album by American saxophonist Kenny G, released on September 29, 1986 by Arista Records. It features one of Kenny G's best-known songs, "Songbird", which reached number four on the US Billboard Hot 100.
Trinity is an album by the British group Clea. It was the first release following the departure of member Chloe Staines. Trinity, Clea's second album was released on 3 July 2006 on Upside Records.
Kenny G Live is the first live album by saxophonist Kenny G. It was released by Arista Records in 1989, and peaked at number 2 on the Contemporary Jazz Albums chart and number 16 on the Billboard 200. This album was recorded live at both Humphrey's Concerts By The Bay in San Diego, California. and also at the Seattle Center Opera House.
"We Don't Have to Take Our Clothes Off" is American R&B vocalist Jermaine Stewart's first of three singles from 1986. The song was included on his second album Frantic Romantic, released that same year. "We Don't Have to Take Our Clothes Off" remains Stewart's biggest commercial success, peaking at number five on the Billboard Hot 100. Outside of the United States, "We Don't Have to Take Our Clothes Off" peaked within the top ten of the charts in Canada, the Republic of Ireland, and the United Kingdom.
Magic is a studio album by Amii Stewart released in 1992. The album which includes singles "Don't Be So Shy" and "Don't Stop" was a collaboration with Narada Michael Walden and British songwriting duo Climie Fisher.
"Who's Zoomin' Who" is a song performed by American singer Aretha Franklin. It was written by Franklin, Preston Glass, and Narada Michael Walden for her thirtieth studio album of the same name (1985), with production overseen by Walden. The hit song was released as the album's second single on August 27, 1985 by Arista Records. It serves as the follow-up single to Franklin's chart-topping smash "Freeway of Love", it reached the number 7 the US Billboard Hot 100 chart that same year. Elsewhere, the synth pop song entered the top twenty in Ireland and the United Kingdom.
The song "Jimmy Lee" was a hit single by American singer Aretha Franklin. The single was nominated for an American Music Award and was the lead-off track on her 1986 album Aretha, and was written by Narada Michael Walden, Lisa Walden, Preston Glass, Jeffrey Cohen. Narada Michael Walden also produced the track. "Jimmy Lee" charted at #2 on the R&B chart and at #28 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart in early 1987. The track peaked at #19 on the US dance chart.
Be Yourself is the ninth solo album by American singer Patti LaBelle. It was released by MCA Records on June 26, 1989 in the United States. Her second album with the company following her 1986 platinum album Winner in You, it features the single, "If You Asked Me To" which was also featured on the soundtrack to the James Bond movie, Licence to Kill (1989), and the R&B top ten Prince-written hit "Yo Mister." The album marked LaBelle's foray into new jack swing music with the tracks "I Got It Like That", produced by Full Force, and "Love 89", another Prince contribution.
"Say It Again" is a song written by Bunny Sigler and Carol Davis. It was originally recorded and released as a single by African-American singer Shawn Christopher in 1983. In 1984, American singer Lou Rawls recorded a version for his album Close Company. In 1985, Rége Burrell released his own version of the song as a single from his album Victim of Emotion. In 1986, American female R&B vocal trio Sinnamon recorded their own version, which was released as a single. The best known version is the 1987 recording by American singer Jermaine Stewart, released as a hit single from his album of the same name.
"Don't Ever Leave Me" is a song by American singer Jermaine Stewart, which was released as the fourth and final single from his 1986 album Frantic Romantic. The song was written by Stewart, Jeffrey Cohen and Narada Michael Walden, and produced by Walden.
"Jody" is a song by American singer Jermaine Stewart, released in 1986 as the third single from his album Frantic Romantic. It was written by Stewart, Narada Michael Walden and Jeffrey Cohen, and produced by Walden.
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Premik Russell Tubbs is an American saxophonist, songwriter, producer and multi-instrumentalist.
Take Me All the Way is the eighth album by Stacy Lattisaw, released in 1986 on Motown Records. This album features the song, "Nail It To The Wall".
Gregory "Gigi" Gonaway is an American drummer and percussionist, born in Phoenix, Arizona. His father, Eldridge Gonaway was an attorney and city developer and his Mother, Lois is a retired registered nurse. Gonaway has been making music since the 1970s and has played drums on recordings with artists such as Whitney Houston, Aretha Franklin, George Benson, Natalie Cole, and Steve Winwood among others and toured extensively with Mariah Carey and Clarence Clemons.
Divine Emotion is the ninth studio album by American singer, songwriter, musician and record producer Narada Michael Walden. It was released in 1988. The album includes the single "Divine Emotions", which reached number one on the US Dance Club Songs chart, number 21 on the Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs chart and number eight in the UK Singles Chart. Two other singles were released from the album: "Can't Get You Outta My Head" and "Wild Thing".