CD Ten [Brian McKnight] [CD] [1 disc] [093624446828] (CD 616713),
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Ten [Brian McKnight] [CD] [1 disc] [093624446828]

  • 1. Used to Be My Girl
    2. Comfortable
    3. Find Myself in You
    4. What's My Name
    5. Unhappy Without You
    6. Little Too Late, A
    7. Holdin' On (Missin' You)
    8. Shoulda Been Lovin' You
    9. Again
    10. More and More
    11. Can't Leave You Alone
    12. I Do
    13. Rest of My Life, The
    14. Red White and Blue
    15. Don't Take Your Love Away
  • Additional Info
    Manufacturer Part Number (MPN): 44468

  • Credits
    ProducerBrian McKnight; Bryan Michael Cox; Rascal Flatts; Kendrick Dean; Brian McKnight; Bryan Michael Cox; Tim & Bob
    EngineerAaron Walk; Sean Neff; Mark Hagan; Chris Wood; Sam Thomas; Charlie Paakkari

    Personnel: Brian McKnight (vocals, acoustic guitar, keyboards); Brian McKnight; Joe Don Rooney (electric guitar); Jay DeMarcus (piano); Jim Riley, Prescott Ellison (drums); James Matchack (keyboard programming); Rascal Flatts (vocals); Jill Scott.
    Audio Mixers: Neil Pogue; Kevin "KD" Davis; Manny Marroquin; Dave Pensado; Phil Tan.
    Recording information: Capitol Studios, Hollywood, CA; The Backroom Studios, Glendale, CA; The Grip & The Panic Room, Nashville, TN.
    Photographer: Christian Lanyru.
    Not only did contemporary R&B vocalist Brian McKnight move to Warner Brothers for 2006's TEN, but he collaborated with Tim & Bob, one of the highest profile studio teams in the R&B game, for several of the album's tracks. Among these are the standout cuts "Used to Be My Girl," a smooth, sensuous confession of lost love, and the equally smooth and heart-tugging "Unhappy Without You." Tim & Bob's particular spin on lush, vibey production is immediately noticeable, but it is McKnight's emotive vocal performances that really stand out.
    The rest of the disc falls into step, offering its share of bedroom ballads and lithe, groove-propelled jams. McKnight weathered a divorce in the early 2000s, and one can hear its aftermath in his lyrical concerns, and in the general vibe of the album, which is both deeply romantic and slightly melancholic. Nonetheless, there's no shortage of sex appeal in the bouncing tracks, or in McKnight's always-expressive singing.

  • Critic Reviews
    Vibe (p.114) - "The pop/R&B vet knows how to craft a smooth song..."
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