Download Sing A Song - Take 6 - Brothers (CD, Album) album flac mp3


1996
Label: Reprise Records - WPCR-600 • Format: CD Album • Country: Japan • Genre: Jazz, Funk / Soul • Style: Gospel, Rhythm & Blues, Vocal
Sing A Song - Take 6 - Brothers (CD, Album)

Lead Vocals – Brian McKnight, Claude McKnight. Producer – Brian McKnight. Written-By – Brian McKnight, Claude McKnight, Mark Kibble. 5. Chance Of A Lifetime. Arranged By [Backing Vocals] – Ced "C" *, Mark Kibble, Vic "C" *. Arranged By [Track] – Ced "C" *, Take 6, Vic "C" *. Backing Vocals – Take /5(3).

Arranged By [Horn] – Bill Meyers. Guitar – Sheldon Reynolds. Lead Vocals – Claude McKnight, David Thomas (11) Percussion – Raphael Padilla *. Producer – David Thomas (11), Les Pierce. Saxophone – Cleto Escobedo *. Trombone – Reggie Young (2) Trumpet, Flugelhorn – Oscar Brashear, Ray Brown (2) Written-By – Al McKay, Maurice White/5(2).

 · Take 6 - Brothers music CD album at CD Universe, The Ames Brothers got their beginning in Malden, where all four were born, The act consisted of brothers Joe. Everything Artist Title Song SoundTrack Label.

 · Brothers. Take 6 faces the classic problem for an act that crosses genres -- in their case from gospel to R&B -- to retain what makes them so effective in their original field (and keep their original audience) while expanding their scope beyond it. They owed their original impact to the awe they inspired as six a cappella singers, and so 5/10(4).

 · Check out Sing a Song by Take 6 on Amazon Music. Stream ad-free or purchase CD's and MP3s now on Take 6. From the Album Brothers December 9, out of 5 stars 2 ratings. Listen Now Buy song $ Your Amazon Music account is currently associated with a different marketplace. To enjoy Prime Music, go to Your Music Library /5(2).


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2 Replies to “Sing A Song - Take 6 - Brothers (CD, Album)”

  1. Most people are used to Take 6 singing without instruments because they don't need them. I personally prefer acappella over their instrumental songs, but I still like the "Brothers" CD. It's all in one's taste. There are many songs on this CD that have ministered to me, thank God. The harmony is still there too!/5(13).

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