Worth it all jeffrey osborne
- Jeffrey Osborne Releases “Worth It All”
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Jeffrey Osborne Releases “Worth It All”
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Now, after a brief trek into the genre of Jazz, Osborne is back with his trademark ballads. I wanted to do a grown folks record. On the album, Jeffrey Osborne, 70, uses the music to reflect his plus years of marriage. For the project, Osborne, who penned all the tracks, tapped such special guests as Gerald Albright on saxophone and Rick Braun on trumpet. In fact, he does more than shows a year.
Tuesday, 22 May Bill B. Dear old Jeffrey Osborne is a proper old school soul veteran and latterly, sadly, his recordings are few and far between. I think his last release was maybe five years ago — 'A Time For Love'. However, out of the blue — it seems Jeff is all set to drop a new album — the 12 tracker that is 'Worth It All' but, sadly, sneak previews reveal that maybe it wasn't really worth it — well not entirely. The problem — as I see it — is that there is too much here that is formulaic and pedestrian. The soundscape here alternates between polite beaters and twee ballads and it's those beaters that really disappoint.
Jeffrey Osborne with Gladys Knight. Jeffrey Osborne. Jeffrey Osborne with Peabo Bryson. He is the youngest of 12 children a sibling to 6 sisters and 5 brothers. Several of his brothers and sisters also pursued careers as musicians, one of them being his older brother Billy who was his fellow bandmate in L. Jeffrey joined the group L.
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Osborne began his career as the lead singer of the popular L. Band and after more than ten years with the influential group, embarked on his solo career. CLW: What can we expect from the new album, stylistically? I wanted to go back to where I started, back to the L. I say that the record is for grown folks.
First Listen: Jeffrey Osborne's return is "Worth It All"
Jeffrey Osborne: The Legend Who is ‘Worth It All’
Rivers Casino Pittsburgh Hosts Jeffrey Osborne on New Date
Lyrics to "Worth It All" song by Jeffrey Osborne: In this game of love everybody plays There are no guarantees The king and queen of heart They can be.
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