Quiet Storm is a collection of the best of Stevie Woods and includes new original songs written by Stevie and a few other talented writers. Musicians: Stevie Woods - Vocals & Guitar Bobby Stern - Saxophones, Ewi & Drum Programming Roy Louis - Bass & Guitar & Arranger Francisco Morales - Keybd 1 & Sequencer Programming Jesse Milliner - Keybd 2 Gerardo Lopez - Drums (Gerardo uses UFIP Cymbals) Elmer Louis - Percussions Background Vocals: Stevie Woods, Bridgett Fogle,Previn Moore, Joe Dorff
Joseph Stephen "Stevie" Woods, Jr. (July 2, 1951 – January 28, 2014) was an American R&B musician and singer. Woods was born in Chatham, Virginia, to jazz great Rusty Bryant. In the late 1970s, he was a member of the funk band Crowd Pleasers. In the early 1980s, his two singles, "Steal the Night" and "Just Can't Win 'Em All", reached top 40 on the Billboard Hot 100. After his brief .
This is a list of songs associated with the quiet storm radio format, widely heard in the United States starting in 1976 as a form of early evening/late night easy listening music aimed at a sophisticated African American audience. Quiet storm radio programs thrived in the 1980s, with many stations across the US carrying a quiet storm program at night, and a few stations broadcasting in the format all day long
Quiet storm is a radio format and genre of contemporary R&B, performed in a smooth, romantic, jazz-influenced style. It was named after the title song on Smokey Robinson's 1975 album A Quiet Storm. The radio format was pioneered in the mid-1970s by Melvin Lindsey, while he was an intern at the Washington, . radio station WHUR-FM. It eventually became regarded as an identifiable subgenre of R&B.
February 9, 2014) 80s pop and soul singer Stevie Woods (read our biography of Stevie) has reportedly died at age 62. Woods was best known in the . The Columbus, Ohio born Woods was a talented singer and musician who had a pretty brief moment of great popularity. The smooth vocalist signed with Cotillion Records and became the vehicle for German producer Jack White (Laura Branigan) and his international music machine. Woods released Take Me To Your Heaven in 1981. It was one of the early "Brown Eyed Pop" releases that would rise in popularity the 80s from artists such as Lionel Richie and Atlantic Starr. And Take Me was so doggone melodic and hooky front to back that its obvious adult contemporary formula actually worked pretty.
released an album entitled Quiet Storm. According to Cheri Woods' 2001 memoir Death Row Madam, Stevie Woods is a cousin of American actor Philip Michael Thomas Contents.
Personal life In the 1970s and 1980s Stevie was married to Hollywood Cheri Woods (née Lewis). In 1985 they had a daughter, Tiana Woods, now an . based singer/songwriter and front woman for the band Varna. Cheri later chronicled their life together in her 2001 self-published book Death Row Madam: Exposing Sex and Drugs in the Entertainment Industry Stevie Woods died of diabetes-related compli.
|6||Make Up Break Up||4:46|
|7||Never Gonna Let You Go||5:56|
|9||Throw A Little Bit Of Love Your Way||4:39|
|10||State Of Our Affair||3:41|
|11||Love You Back To Sleep||5:03|
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – Stevie Woods
- Saxophone, Drums, Programmed By – Bobby Stern
- Vocals, Guitar – Stevie Woods