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Album Review

Universal's Love Songs is not a greatest-hits collection nor a definitive look at the career of Johnny Gill, but rather a sampler of some of his finer moments in the ballads department. Spanning his three releases on Motown, Love Songs does include many of his well-known hits, including "My My My" and "Let's Spend the Night." As a bonus, it also includes "Can You Stand the Rain," which is unquestionably his finest moment as member of R&B powerhouse group New Edition. While most die-hard fans will already own all of these songs (and quite possibly know the lyrics verbatim), it's a nice sampler for those looking to reflect on Gill's career as one of the dominant male R&B vocalists of the '90s.

Biography

Born: May 22, 1966 in Washington D.C.

Genre: R&B/Soul

Years Active: '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s

A singer behind eight solo and duet Top Ten R&B hits, as well as a member of New Edition since 1987, Johnny Gill was born in Washington, D.C., and began singing at a young age, beside his brothers in the gospel group Wings of Faith. His solo career began in 1983, when he signed to the Atlantic-affiliated Cotillion label and scored a number 29 R&B hit with his first single, the Freddie Perren-produced "Super Love." Even then, Gill had a mature and muscular voice — one that sounded more...
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