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Album Review

Not one to remain stagnant or rely on past successes, Gerald Levert explores his vocal abilities on this set more than he has on past efforts. Outside producer Darrell Allamby captains the CD's first three tracks and stretches Gerald's voice; Allamby has him reaching for notes and provides fresh rhythms for G's soulful delivery, making the singer more acceptable to less mature ears. Gerald produces the next ten tracks and proves more adventuresome (with his voice) than Allamby by executing "Baby U Are" in falsetto. Allamby's tracks are phat, sure winners with "Application," the stronger but slower "Callin' Me," and "Nothin to Somethin." There's quiet storm fodder galore, including a smoldering duet with Kelly Price and the hitting "Mr. Too Damn Good," written with ex-Rude Boy Joe Little.

Customer Reviews


First let me start off by saying I absloutely love Gerald Levert. He was one of the best artist in the business and G is by far the best Gerald Levert album ever.There is not one song on this cd that I don't enjoy listening to. Gerald Levert will surely be missed.


Love this CD, I have all of them.....Now that you are gone it is sometimes hard to listen to knowing you are not with us any longer.....but you were my love then and forever, rest in peace Gerald Levert we will miss your music and you....

Gotta love him



Born: July 13, 1966 in Cleveland, OH

Genre: R&B/Soul

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

A contemporary soul singer whose smooth yet robust vocals brought energy and emotion to even his most serene recordings, Gerald LeVert grew up in the shadows of his father, Eddie LeVert, Sr., of the O'Jays. As a child, his father's status in the music industry nurtured and helped prepare Gerald for his prosperous music career as a writer, arranger, producer, and performer. As Gerald was entering his adulthood, he, good friend Marc Gordon, and his brother Sean formed the trio LeVert. They recorded...
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  • $9.99
  • Genres: R&B/Soul, Music, Quiet Storm, Rock
  • Released: Mar 07, 2000

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