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Album Review

Regina Belle stands as one of the most underrated R&B singers to emerge in the late '80s. This collection is an adequate retrospective of the singer, although a couple of her key singles, "Please Be Mine" and her first duet with Peabo Bryson, "Without You," were left off in favor of a few non-hits. However, the collection clocks in at nearly 74 minutes, and the songs are featured in their full-length versions (most of them averaging five minutes in length, two over seven), so therefore this CD is nearly filled to capacity. Belle is a singer of sophisticated, jazz-infused quiet storm R&B, similar at times to Anita Baker, Oleta Adams, and Phyllis Hyman. She shines brightest on her signature song "Baby Come to Me." Other highlights on this set include the equally satisfying "So Many Tears" (complete with exquisite saxophone solos), the gorgeous "If I Could" (which should have been a much bigger hit than it was), her take on Teddy Pendergrass' "Love TKO," the Dianne Warren-penned "All I Want Is Forever" (with James "J.T." Taylor), and her biggest hit to date, "A Whole New World (Aladdin's Theme)," again with Peabo Bryson. There is not too much information on the singer or the songs in terms of liner notes, but at least the chart positions of her hits are included. Save for the two omissions, this set provides a good representation of the singer's best work, and it will have to do until the day when a more complete, two-disc retrospective is issued. ~ Jose F. Promis, Rovi

Customer Reviews

good times

"baby come to me" is a great song, one of my favorites since i was a kid =)
definitely recommend!

This is a masterpiece =)

I heard all the songs and she has a beautiful voice when she sings. There is not one song that I dislike. All the songs are great. It's a must have for any Regina Belle fans. Great lyrics as well. =)

This woman can SANG !! xo

There aren't a lot of singer's that can move me , period but Regina is in that small group and by that I mean,
the likes of Aretha , Phyllis Hyman , Jennifer Holliday ... Regina , to Me , touches me in my Spirit and that is a place not many singer;s can go
.. not That deep ..Deniece Williams comes to mind but this album showcases her talent and I can listen to each song and
not want to skip to another ... Where did she go ?! Please come back to us ....xo


Born: July 17, 1963 in Englewood, NJ

Genre: R&B/Soul

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

Regina Belle emerged as a prolific, consistently engaging vocalist on the urban contemporary scene. Born in New Jersey, Belle's early experience was in gospel, though she was also attracted to R&B during her childhood. She studied trombone, tuba, and steel drums, and at 12 won a school contest singing the Emotions' "Don't Ask My Neighbors." Belle sang in a New Jersey vocal group, and studied opera and jazz in college. New York disc jockey Vaughn Harper introduced her to the Manhattans, and she began...
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