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Newest Review: ... His vocals sound brilliant even as the most laid back and gentle tones come through. A smooth track with a punchy beat. ... more
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Brian McKnight U Turn [European Import]
Last Update 21.05.2013 23:35
U Turn [European Import] Brian McKnight
Release Date: 2003 - 03 - 24, Audio CD, Motown
Last Update 21.05.2013 22:59
Customer U Turn - Brian McKnight Reviews (2)
by - written on 26/11/08, updated on 26/11/08 (Very useful, 115 readings)
**Introduction** Following on from my review of Brian McKnight's fifth album Superhero I have decided to review another one of his albums, This time it's his sixth album U-Turn. I have been looking to do a review of this album for sometime after requesting it a couple of months ago but having plenty of other reviews to do first. But I thought I would mark by 300th review by reviewing this album. **U Turn** As I mentioned before U Turn is the sixth album release from Brian McKnight who has released eight albums so far. U-Turn was released in 2003 and features colllaborations from Nelly on the opening track "All night long", Carl ... Read the complete review
by - written on 16/10/08 (Very useful, 119 readings)
Although Brian McKnight is a very talented RnB singer, songwriter, producer, and a player of nine instruments (wow.... Yes nine!!) not everybody is aware of his work. So... let me break it down a little. Born in New York Mr McKnight's style of singing is very smooth and individual. From his music you can hear that his inspiration is taken from the likes of Stevie Wonder, Nat King Cole and he can even hit the high notes like the star Prince. This album 'U Turn' is the 8th Album from this Grammy nominated singer, released on March 24th 2003 on the Motown record label, this album does not disappoint when it comes to classic, modern RnB style. ... Read the complete review
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