Kenny Hamber | In a Romantic Mood

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In a Romantic Mood

by Kenny Hamber

smooth love ballads old school style
Genre: Urban/R&B: Rhythm & Blues
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  Song Share Time Download
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1. I Hope Someday, We'll Be Together Soon
3:54 album only
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2. Paradise
4:06 album only
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3. Close the Door
5:20 album only
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4. After the Show
5:23 album only
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5. Go Girl
4:36 album only
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6. Twelve Midnight (vocal)
6:05 album only
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7. Twelve Midnight (poem)
6:01 album only
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8. Back Back
3:56 album only
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9. I'll Be There
3:48 album only
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10. I Hope Someday, We'll Be Together Soon (instr.)
3:53 album only
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11. After the Show (instrumental)
5:19 album only

ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Kenny Hamber was born in Baltimore, Maryland. Realizing that he was gifted, Kenny started his career at Weldon Baptist Church as lead male vocalist and sang with various Du-Wop Groups singing five part harmony. Kenny has consistently delivered his outstanding vocal qualities to thousands of enthusiastic fans around the country.

He has appeared with such performers as the Temptations, The Four Tops, James Brown, The Stylisitcs, Dionne Warwick, Gladys Knight, The Manhattans, Blue Magic, Ray Goodman and Brown, Donna Allen, Shirley Murdock, Gladys Knight, Jerry Butler, The Platters and the late great Jackie Wilson. Kenny hosted his own TV show in Washington D.C.

His recording career started in Baltimore, MD with a local disc jockey. At that time he recorded a number of singles which did quite well. Kenny was the lead vocalist with The Hitchhikers, who were signed by ABC Records.

As we move into the new millenium Kenny is back in the studio working harder than ever on new material. With new producers and writers working together, along with Kenny's vocal ability, which has been building for decades, this man has definitely the Heart and Soul needed in today's sound. Listen and See!!!

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Joanie Crouse

Fantastic
Old school at it very best. You will love every
single song on this CD. I put it on and played
it over and over again. Great vocalist and great
musicians. Finally what we have been missing. Buy it now and enjoy!
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w,b. malcilm myers the ICE-MAN

kenny is as always at his best
awsome awsome awsome it sure is good to know that someone is still making this kind of music
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