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Shanice Wilson - Discovery download album
Funk and Soul / Pop
Performer: Shanice Wilson
Title: Discovery
Style: Contemporary R&B, Dance-pop
Year 1987
Country US
Genre: Funk and Soul / Pop
Rating: 4.9
Votes: 929
MP3 size: 1453 mb
FLAC size: 1806 mb
WMA size: 1790 mb
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Shanice Wilson - Discovery download album


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Complete your Shanice Wilson collection. Discovery ‎(LP, Album). Discovery ‎(CD, Album).

Discovery ‎(LP, Album). Discovery ‎(CD, Album, RE). A&M Records.

By: Shanice Wilson (1987, Funk, Soul). 1. I Think I Love You.

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Album Info (This Release). Release date label labelcode medium genre submit corrections. 1987 a&M 395 128-2 lp vinyl.

Shanice Lorraine Wilson-Knox (née Wilson; born May 14, 1973), better known simply as Shanice, is an American singer–songwriter, actress and dancer. Wilson had the Billboard hit singles "I Love Your Smile" and "Silent Prayer" in 1991 and "Saving Forever for You" in 1993. In 1999, Wilson scored another hit song, "When I Close My Eyes", which peaked at on Billboard's Hot 100 chart. Wilson is recognized for her coloratura soprano voice and her ability to sing in the whistle register.

Discovery is the debut studio album by American R&B/pop singer Shanice Wilson, released October 21, 1987 by A&M Records. Shanice at the time was fourteen years old with a very mature singing voice. Singer Teena Marie originally produced the majority of the album, but A&M Records felt the songs were too mature for her age. Bryan Loren was then chosen by A&M Records to produce new tracks that were used for the album. The singles "(Baby Tell Me) Can You Dance," and "No 1/2 Steppin'" were top 10 R&B hits. com/Discovery (Shanice album). HIDDEN ERROR: Usage of "Spouses" is not recognized.

Shanice Format: Audio Cassette. First let me say that I looove Shanice!! I love her voice and lyrics a lot (especially her voice).

Tracklist

I Think I Love You 3:39
No 1/2 Steppin' 4:55
(Baby Tell Me) Can You Dance 4:47
Spend Some Time With Me 3:59
He's So Cute 3:38
I'll Bet She's Got A Boyfriend 4:36
Do I Know You 5:39
Just A Game 4:31
The Way You Love Me 4:12

Versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
SP-5128 Shanice Wilson Discovery ‎(LP, Album) A&M Records SP-5128 US 1987
D32Y3193 Shanice Wilson Discovery ‎(CD, Album) A&M Records D32Y3193 Japan 1987
CDA5128 Shanice Wilson Discovery ‎(CD, Album) A&M Records CDA5128 UK 1987
CD 5128 Shanice Wilson Discovery ‎(CD, Album) A&M Records CD 5128 US 1987
CD 5128/DX 1682 Shanice Wilson Discovery ‎(CD, Album) A&M Records CD 5128/DX 1682 US 1987
395 128-2 Shanice Wilson Discovery ‎(CD, Album) A&M Records 395 128-2 Europe 1987
CS-5128 Shanice Wilson Discovery ‎(Cass, Album) A&M Records CS-5128 Canada 1987
AMC 5128 Shanice Wilson Discovery ‎(Cass, Album, Dol) A&M Records AMC 5128 UK 1987
395 128-1 Shanice Wilson Discovery ‎(LP, Album) A&M Records 395 128-1 Europe 1987
AMA 5128 Shanice Wilson Discovery ‎(LP, Album) A&M Records, Breakout AMA 5128 UK 1987
395 128-1 Shanice Wilson Discovery ‎(LP, Album) A&M Records 395 128-1 Germany 1987
SP 5128 Shanice Wilson Discovery ‎(LP, Album) A&M Records SP 5128 Canada 1987
C28Y3212 Shanice Wilson Discovery ‎(LP, Album) A&M Records C28Y3212 Japan 1987
C28Y3212 Shanice Wilson Discovery ‎(LP, Album, Promo) A&M Records C28Y3212 Japan 1987
PCCY-10308 Shanice Wilson Discovery ‎(CD, Album, RE) A&M Records PCCY-10308 Japan 1992
POCM-1867 Shanice Wilson Discovery ‎(CD, Album, RE) A&M Records POCM-1867 Japan 1993
395 128-2 Shanice Wilson Discovery ‎(CD, Album, RE) A&M Records 395 128-2 Europe Unknown


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Shanice was 16 when she released this, her first album, but she could belt it out like any of the divas of the day... and usually better. While none of the songs are particularly original lyrically, the musical arrangements were just different enough from the R&B out at that time that it made you take notice and listen. What really works, though, is Shanice's delivery - there's an innocence in her voice that worked given her age at the time, but there was also just enough street savvy so that songs like "No 1/2 Steppin'" and "(Baby Tell Me) Can You Dance" didn't sound trite... they actually sounded like she meant what she was singing. There was a lot of potential then for a HUGE career and her later hit single "I Love Your Smile" was hopefully the first in a hit-packed career. Haven't heard from Shanice in a while but she's only --- what? 33 or so? It could still happen...