Jeffrey Linton Osborne (born March 9, 1948) is an American Grammy–nominated singer–songwriter, musician and lyricist. Osborne is the former drummer and lead singer of the American R&B/Soul group . with whom he began his musical career in 1970. This was followed up the next year by Stay with Me Tonight, his first gold album (later reaching platinum album status), which spawned two more hits, "Don't You Get So Mad" ( and the title track (.Stay with Me Tonight" (April 1984, and "On the Wings of Love" (June 1984, reached the UK Singles Chart.
Jeffrey Osborne is the self-titled debut album from Jeffrey Osborne, released in 1982 on A&M after leaving . After Osborne departed from . in 1980, legal issues prevented him from signing his solo deal with A&M for a whole year. After signing to A&M as a solo artist, Osborne began work on his debut album.
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Five decades into a genre-crossing career, Jeffrey Osborne offers his first album of original material in 15 years on Worth It All. The richly deep-toned vocalist started out on the drum set during his teenage years, but by the time he joined then-simmering soul outfit . It’s not in the league of Stay with Me Tonight or Don’t You Get So Mad About It when it comes to showcasing his full capabilities with dance-driven numbers; but the bustling Can’t Help Myself comes a little closer with its subtly passionate phrasing and merry metaphors. One of the most vibrant tunes on Worth It All that meshes old-school flair with a contemporary edge is the piquant midtempo jam Stay the Way You Are, an ode to pure romantic commitment free of superficial physical requirements.