14 Songs

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3:52 $1.29
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4:36 $1.29
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Customer Reviews

3.5 out of 5

81 Ratings

a classic case of bait and switch

Kyliefanatic,

Don't waste your time on this. All the biggest hits are only availablie if you buy the whole album. Admittedly, 14 songs for $9.99 is a pretty good deal, but when all you want is "Somewhere Out There," it's a waste of $9.00. A message to iTunes: Totally not cool to force people to buy 13 songs they don't want in order to get the ONE that they do. Here's a hint, make the whole album available by individual song, you'll sell more that way.

All I want is somewhere out there

Princess5678,

I'm not paying 10.00 for the ONE song that I want. I hope they eventually let us buy just that song. Until then I won't be purchasing the album.

About James Ingram

James Ingram began performing with the band Revelation Funk in the early '70s, moving from Akron, Ohio to Los Angeles in 1973. During the '70s, Ingram supported Ray Charles on the road with backup vocals and piano, played keyboards behind the Coasters on Dick Clark's oldies revues, and was Leon Haywood's musical director. After hearing a demo of him singing "Just Once," Quincy Jones asked Ingram to perform on his new album. Released in 1980 on The Dude, the number 17 "Just Once" was Ingram's first success, resulting in three Grammy nominations -- Best New Artist, Best Pop Male Vocal, and Best R&B Vocal -- winning in the two latter categories. Throughout the '80s, Ingram had steady popular success singing duets, but all of his solo albums failed to make a dent in the charts; in 1990 he scored his first solo hit, "I Don't Have the Heart." ~ Stephen Thomas Erlewine

  • ORIGIN
    Akron, OH
  • BORN
    Feb 16, 1956

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