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Deniece Williams - 1979 - When Love Comes Calling


Deniece Williams - 1979 - When Love Comes Calling

Label: CBS
Catalog#: CBS 83202
Format: Vinyl, LP
Country: Netherlands
Released: 1979
Genre: Funk / Soul
Style: Soul
Credits: Producer - David Foster (tracks: A2, A4 to B2, B5) ,
Ray Parker Jr. (tracks: A1, A3, B3, B4)

Codec: Lame 3.92
Quality: CBR, 320kbps, stereo

Tracklisting:

A1 I Found Love
A2 Are You Thinking?
A3 My Prayer
A4 I've Got The Next Dance
A5 Touch Me Again
B1 When Love Comes Calling
B2 God Knows
B3 Like Magic
B4 Turn Around
B5 Why Can't We Fall In Love ?

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Deniece Williams
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Deniece WilliamsDeniece Williams, often referred to by the nickname "Niecy", is an American singer, songwriter and record producer who achieved success in the 1970s and 1980s. Williams, whose music has been influenced by pop, soul, gospel, R&B and dance, is known for her hits such as "Let's Hear It For The Boy" and "Silly" and for her vocal-duets with Johnny Mathis.

Born June Deniece Chandler on June 3, 1950 (some sources list her birth year as 1951) in Gary, Indiana, Williams' career began in the 1970s when she became a backup vocalist for Stevie Wonder as part of "Wonderlove", along with Minnie Riperton. She left Wonder in 1975 and teamed up with producer Maurice White, who was the leader of Earth, Wind & Fire. After signing to Columbia Records, her 1976 debut album entitled This Is Niecy was released. The single "Free" reached #2 on the Black Singles chart, #25 on the Billboard Hot 100, and #1 on the British Singles chart. The album also featured "Cause You Love Me Baby" (which charted separately on the R&B chart as the flip side of "Free") and "That's What Friends Are For". She also shared a #1 hit on the Billboard Hot 100 chart with pop singer Johnny Mathis in 1978 with the duet "Too Much, Too Little, Too Late". The duet also topped the Black Singles and Adult Contemporary charts.

Williams moved on to the American Recording Company (ARC) in the early 1980s where she scored the top ten R&B smash hit "Silly." in 1981. The following year, famed producer Thom Bell helped Williams score another #1 R&B chart-topper with her remake of The Royalettes' "It's Gonna Take a Miracle," which became a Top 10 pop hit as well. In 1984, Williams released the album Let's Hear It for the Boy, in which the title track reached #1 on the Billboard Hot 100 and was featured on the soundtrack to the motion picture, Footloose.

Williams continued releasing albums during the 1980s such as Hot On The Trail (1986), Water Under The Bridge (1987), and As Good As It Gets (1988), which featured her last Top Ten hit to date, "I Can't Wait", written by Skylark. However, in part due to a lack of promotion from her record company, her mainstream popularity faded.

Since 1996, Williams has presented her own BBC radio show in the UK, showcasing the best in new gospel and inspirational music.

Discography

2007 - Love, Niecy Style (Shanachie 5765)
1998 - This Is My Song (Harmony 1655-2)
1996 - Gonna Take A Miracle: The Best Of Deniece Williams (Columbia/Legacy CK64839)
1994 - Deniece Williams appears on "Various Artists - Sisters: Songs Of Friendship, Joy And Encouragement For Women" (Track 03: "Just The Way You Are (with Helen Baylor and Cindy Morgan)") (Warner Alliance WBD-4157)
1990 - From The Beginning (Sparrow SPD 1256)
1989 - Special Love (Sparrow SPD 1174)
1988 - Deniece Williams appears on "Various Artists - Christmas" (Sparrow SPD 1176)
1987 - Water Under The Bridge (Columbia CK40486)
1986 - Hot On The Trail (Columbia)
1986 - So Glad I Know (Sparrow SPD 1121)
1984 - Let's Hear It For The Boy (Columbia CK39366)
1983 - I'm So Proud (Columbia CK38622)
1982 - Niecy (ARC/Columbia CK37952)
1981 - My Melody (ARC/Columbia CK37048)
1979 - When Love Comes Calling (ARC/Columbia CK35568)
1978 - That's What Friends Are For (Johnny Mathis & Deniece Williams) (Columbia/Legacy CK85655)
1977 - Song Bird (Columbia CK34911)
1976 - This Is Niecy (Columbia CK34242)
1974 - Deniece Williams appears on "Minnie Riperton - Perfect Angel (Capitol TOCP-3089)", "Stevie Wonder - Fulfillness' First Finale (Motown 012 157 356-2)", and "Syreeta - Stevie Wonder presents Syreeta (Motown 31453-0401-2)"

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