Men Of Vizion

Genres: R&B / Soul
Decades: 1990s
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Comprising George Spencer III, Corley Randolph, Desmond T. Greggs, Brian L. Dermus and lead singer Prathan ‘Spanky’ Williams, Men Of Vizion formed in New York, USA, in the early 90s. Their sophisticated vocal R&B harmonies impressed Michael Jackson, and they signed with his record label, MJJ, after a demo tape was played to him by producer Teddy Riley in 1993. Men Of Vizion made their long-playing debut in 1996 with Personal, a sumptuous blend of vocal R&B and 90s production techniques. As Greggs told Billboard, ‘We’re here to prove that intimate songwriting in R&B is coming back. We’re writing songs that everyone will understand.’ The first single, ‘House Keeper’, was a cover version of the 1977 Jackson Five song ‘Show You The Way To Go’, and was included on the Money Train soundtrack.

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