The Whispers More of The Night
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- Released: July 23, 1996
- Originally Released: 1998
- Label: Capitol
- 1.More Of The Night
- 2.My Heart Your Heart
- 3.Mind Blowing
- 4.Don't Be Late For Love
- 5.You Are The One
- 6.Is It Good To You
- 8.Girl Don't Make Me Wait
- 10.Forever Lover
- 12.I Want 2B The 1 4U
- 13.Help Them See The Light
- 14.Innocent (Heat Of The Heat Edit)
The Whispers: Walter Scott, Scotty Scott (vocals); Leaveil Degree, Nicholas Caldwell, Marcus Hutson (background vocals).
Additional personnel includes: Jerry McNeil, Zack Harmon, Christopher Troy, Joel Davis, Steve Russell, Greg Dalton, Skylark, "The Riddler," Tsuyoshi "Taka" Takayanagi (various instruments); Gene Robinson, Henry Johnson, Paul Jackson, Jr. (guitar); Gerald Albright (saxophone); Chuckii Booker (piano); Dwayne McGhee (piano, programming); Gary Taylor, Robert Brookins (keyboards, synthesizer, programming); Gordon Jones (synthesizer, programming); D.C. (synthesizer); Keith Robertson (percussion); Ndugu Chancellor (cymbals); Timmy Gatling, Donnell Spencer, Sir Gant, Conley Adams (programming); Vernell Shaw, Portia Griffin, Alex Brown, Marlena Jeter, Marva King (background vocals).
Producers inlude: Joel Davis, Gary Taylor, Robert Brookins, Sir Gant, Peabo Bryson.
Engineers include: Fil Brown, Mitch Gibson, Thom Kidd.
More of the Night was the Whispers' debut for Capitol Records after having a string of hits for Dick Griffey's Solar Records. Working with up-and-coming producers, several of the album's tracks are in the new jack swing vein. The Robert Brookins-produced "Innocent" went to number three one the R&B charts in the summer of 1990. Troop's Steve Russell helmed the mid-tempo cut "Misunderstanding." Still,it was the tracks that were more in line with the Whispers' classic sound that are the cornerstones of this album and gave the group two more Top Ten R&B hit singles. Produced by Gary Taylor, the smooth "My Heart Your Heart" is sprinkled with the group's doo wop harmonies. Tsuyoshi Takayanagi's Latin-tinged "I Wanna Make It Good to You" was given an extended remix, a name change ("Is It Good to You"), and received massive radio play. No doubt these two tracks pushed More of the Night to gold status. ~ Ed Hogan
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