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Laying down some fretless-bass slapping and a hard-grooving drumbeat, “Don’t Stop” opens Brian McKnight’s 2013 album with more funk than most of the urban adult contemporary singer’s earlier recordings. But the slow-jam Jedi simmers down in the following “Letsomebodyluvu”; it has more in common with early-'80s yacht rock, right down to McKnight approximating some throaty Michael McDonald–inspired vocals. That extends into the similarly smooth "Get U 2 Stay," which sounds like it could've been penned for late-'70s Steely Dan. Even the sentimental and seductive title track moves with a slow, bellbottomed strut that’s punctuated by wah-wah-pedaled guitar leads and electric jazz piano that recalls moments from Bill Withers’ “Just the Two of Us.” But don’t think that all of More Than Words is rooted in retro styles. “4th of July” is glossy, contemporary R&B overflowing with neon production and amorous lyrics. “Nothing but a Thang” is another modern-sounding slow jam that lets McKnight layer his hot-buttered falsetto over it. The bonus track “Good Love” could’ve been a hit single.

Customer Reviews

So much treble

The masteting is so treble! This actualy a big problem for 2013

What the heck??

I'm a huge B Mcknight fan and always will be.. I even like the songs on this album. it's one of his best projects in years… but the mix on this album is really high pitched… all mid to high, almost no low end and gives me a headache. It's R&B!! it needs BASS.

So disappointed

I am a huge Brian McKnight fan. I kinda half way like Livewithoutyou. Those are the only 2 positive things I can say. I am so disappointed. There are not many new albums that I have liked lately by male artist. So I was excited to see that there was a new Brian McKnght album. Not one song made me want to make a purchase.
I would critique each song, but it is not worth my time. I saw a tweet from BK a while back and he was asking if he had to rent a Lambo and beat his girl to get a hit song? Well no. Just write something us older guys want to buy.

Biography

Born: June 5, 1969 in Buffalo, NY

Genre: R&B/Soul

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

One of the most consistent and versatile adult contemporary R&B artists, Brian McKnight placed ten albums across two decades -- from the early '90s through the early 2010s -- within the Top Ten of Billboard's R&B albums chart. Whether he wrote and produced for himself or collaborated with the likes of Diddy, the Underdogs, and Tim & Bob, he enjoyed moderate commercial success without ever quite becoming a superstar. This, along with a down-to-earth personality and a catalog heavy on mellow material,...
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