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Album Review

Horace Brown's self-titled debut is an impressive collection of contemporary R&B. With the help of Jedci's Devante and Motown's new president Andre Harrell, Brown constructed a seamless fusion of soul, R&B, and hip-hop. Several star producers and songwriters — including Sean "Puffy" Combs — came up with the material for the album and, for the most part, their contributions are first-rate. The sound of the album is smooth and seductive and is nearly as impressive as Brown's honeyed voice. However, the material on the record isn't always up to par — several of the songs fail to make any impression whatsoever. Although the album is fairly inconsistent, its best material is as good as any other urban soul from the mid-'90s.

Biography

Born: Charlotte, NC

Genre: R&B/Soul

Years Active: '90s

Horace Brown's first single, an ode to oral sex, probably wasn't quite what a Baptist congregation would expect from the son of their minister. Brown's "Taste Your Love," released in 1994, was banned in parts of the South, and it drew the inevitable comparisons to Marvin Gaye's "Sexual Healing." The eyebrow-raising, tingle-inspiring single was initially put out by Uptown Records, and it was included on Brown's eponymous debut album from Motown two years later. Unlike Gaye's sexy single, it failed...
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