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Glenn Jones - All For You & All For You Interlude 1990

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Uploaded on Jan 28, 2011

From the 1990 Album All For You
Produced by Barry Eastmond & Timmy Allen
Discography : As part of the Modulations:
1978: With a Made up Mind (Savoy)
As Glenn Jones and the Modulations:
1980: Feel the Fire (Savoy)

1983: Everybody Loves a Winner (EP) (RCA)
1984: Finesse (RCA)
1986: Take It from Me (RCA)
1987: Glenn Jones (Jive)
1990: All For You (Jive)
1992: Here I Go Again (Atlantic)
1992: The Best of Glenn Jones (Jive)
1994: Here I Am (Atlantic)
1998: Greatest Hits: Giving Myself to You
1998: It's Time (SAR)
2002: Feels Good (Peak)
2006: Forever: Timeless R&B Classics (Shanachie)


Glenn Jones started his career as a gospel singer and has since, managed a successful move into the R&B field. He got his start in R&B in 1980 when Norman Connors featured Jones on a track on his album, Take It To The Limit. The song was "Melancholy Fire".

Jones toured with Connors and in 1983, signed a deal with RCA. In the same year, he issued a five track mini-album Everybody Loves A Winner that had the top 30 R&B single, "I Am Somebody." His first full-length album, Finesse, was released in 1984 and established Jones as a force in the industry. The single "Show Me," reached #3 on the R&B charts. The second single, "Bring Back Your Love" reached #18 on the R&B charts.

His last album for RCA was Take It From Me which came out in 1986. The title track for the album was featured in the movie, Youngblood.

Moving to Jive in 1987, Jones scored a big hit with "We've Only Just Begun" which reached #2 on the Billboard R&B chart. The track was the lead single off his album, Glenn Jones, released in 1987.

In 1992, Jones moved to Atlantic Records. During the same year, Jones released the album, Here I Go Again. It "Here I Go Again", which was his only single to reach #1 on the R&B charts. His album Here I Am was released in 1994 and had a minor hit with "Round and Round" which reached #24 on the R&B charts.

Since then, Jones released the album It's Time in 1998 and Feels Good (Peak Records) in 2002, neither of which were very successful on the charts. A radio friendly track from the latter "Feels Good", the romantic wedding song "From Now On", with jazz/soul song stylist Ms.Regina Belle, got some radio airplay.

In 2006, Jones released Forever: Timeless R&B Classics.

As Glenn Jones:

1983: Everybody Loves a Winner (EP) (RCA)
1984: Finesse (RCA)
1986: Take It from Me (RCA)
1987: Glenn Jones (Jive)
1990: All For You (Jive)
1992: Here I Go Again (Atlantic)
1992: The Best of Glenn Jones (Jive)
1994: Here I Am (Atlantic)
1998: Greatest Hits: Giving Myself to You
1998: It's Time (SAR)
2002: Feels Good (Peak)
2006: Forever: Timeless R&B Classics (Shanachie)

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