Colonel Abrams is the self-titled debut studio album by American musician, Colonel Abrams, released in 1985 through MCA Records. The album peaked at No. 13 on the R&B albums chart. It also reached No. 75 on the Billboard 200. The album features the singles "Trapped", which peaked at No. 20 on the Hot Soul Singles chart and No. 1 on the Hot Dance/Disco chart, and "I'm Not Gonna Let", which reached No. 7 on the Hot Soul Singles chart and No. 1 on the Hot Dance/Disco chart
Colonel Abrams straddled the category of love man and disco dancer on his debut album (with a touch of the preacher thrown in), and he was rewarded with four R&B chart hits: "Trapped" (number 20), "The Truth" (number 78), "I'm Not Gonna Let" (number seven), and "Over and Over" (number 68). All found the beat-heavy Abrams confidently emoting in a manly style borrowed from the young Teddy Pendergrass.
Colonel Abrams - So Proud. This Is House non stop megamix by DJ Dove Vo. The Orchard Music (от лица компании "Soul Concerts"); CMRRA, ASCAP, EMI Music Publishing, UMPG Publishing" и другие авторские общества (1).
Colonel Abrams (May 25, 1949 – November 24, 2016) was an American musician, singer, songwriter, dancer and actor. May 25, 1949 Detroit, Michigan, . On January 9, 2007, Abrams released the single "Just When You Thought", the third single on his own record label, Colonel Records, after "Heartbreaker" and "Let Us All Be Friends". Also in 2007, Abrams released "Never Be", "Just Like Mathematics", and "True Stories". In June 2008, his single, "Only a Few", was issued.
Colonel Abrams (his real name) was born in Detroit, Michigan Career. The album peaked at number 75 on the US Billboard Top 200 and Number 13 on the US Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums chart. Although Abrams had no American pop hits during his career, he had a number of entries on the US Hot Dance Club Play chart in the 1980s and 1990s, including four entries that hit number one. In 1987, he had his fourth number-one US dance hit with "How Soon We Forget", the same year that he released his second album, You and Me Equals U. .
Dance music pioneer Colonel Abrams died homeless in New York City. He is most famous for his song Trapped which was a hit in the US and UK. Abrams was once in a band with pop icon Prince who also died this year. Eighties dance music sensation Colonel Abrams has died a year after it was revealed he was living homeless on the streets of New York. The 67-year-old is most famous for his 1985 track Trapped which was a big hit on both sides of the Atlantic. The catchy number topped the Hot Dance Club Play chart and came in at number three in the UK Singles Chart. In 1985 he signed a record deal with MCA with whom he recorded a self-entitled album that featured the tracks 'Trapped' and 'I'm Not Going to Let Yo. Despite remaining active in the music industry into the 2000s Abrams fell on hard times and ended his final days homeless unable to fund treatment for his diabetes.
Colonel Abrams (May 25, 1949 – November 25, 2016) was an American singer, urban contemporary musician, songwriter, dancer, and actor. Abrams' family moved to the East Village, Manhattan on East 13 Street. From an early age, he began playing the guitar and piano. Colonel Abrams (May 25, 1949 – November 25, 2016) was an American singer, urban contemporary musician, songwriter, dancer, and actor. From an early age, he began playing the guitar and piano
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- Producer, Mixed By – Mentalinstrum*
- Remix – Smack Music*
NotesProduced & Mixed by Mentalinstrum (Mental Instrum) for Smack Music.
Mixed at the Music Station.
Digital editing at the E-Room.