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Expansion Records is thrilled to announce the release of the remarkable new album "These Are The Sweet Things" by the illustrious soul/jazz singer and songwriter, Paulette McWilliams. With a career spanning several decades and collaborations with legendary artists, Paulette McWilliams continues to captivate audiences with her extraordinary talent and undeniable charisma. Born in Chicago, her musical journey took flight when she made her first public appearance on the television show "Little Stars" at the age of 11, performing alongside the iconic Sammy Davis Jr. This early exposure set the stage for a remarkable career that would leave an indelible mark on the music industry. She joined Rufus as original lead singer before having a daughter and asking the group to consider her friend Chaka Khan (The rest is history). Recognising her extraordinary talent, producer Quincy Jones later invited her to join his Body Heat promotional tour, where she showcased her remarkable backing and lead vocals. Her collaboration with Jones extended to his album "Mellow Madness," further solidifying her reputation as a sought-after vocalist. She helped Quincy by recording backgrounds on Michael Jackson's "Don't Stop 'Till You Get Enough". She toured and recorded with Marvin Gaye & Luther Vandross. This album is a collaboration with Luther's former drummer Ivan Hampden Jr. They wrote, performed and produced 13 original songs for this project.
Expansion Records is thrilled to announce the release of the remarkable new album "These Are The Sweet Things" by the illustrious soul/jazz singer and songwriter, Paulette McWilliams. With a career spanning several decades and collaborations with legendary artists, Paulette McWilliams continues to captivate audiences with her extraordinary talent and undeniable charisma. Born in Chicago, her musical journey took flight when she made her first public appearance on the television show "Little Stars" at the age of 11, performing alongside the iconic Sammy Davis Jr. This early exposure set the stage for a remarkable career that would leave an indelible mark on the music industry. She joined Rufus as original lead singer before having a daughter and asking the group to consider her friend Chaka Khan (The rest is history). Recognising her extraordinary talent, producer Quincy Jones later invited her to join his Body Heat promotional tour, where she showcased her remarkable backing and lead vocals. Her collaboration with Jones extended to his album "Mellow Madness," further solidifying her reputation as a sought-after vocalist. She helped Quincy by recording backgrounds on Michael Jackson's "Don't Stop 'Till You Get Enough". She toured and recorded with Marvin Gaye & Luther Vandross. This album is a collaboration with Luther's former drummer Ivan Hampden Jr. They wrote, performed and produced 13 original songs for this project.
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These Are The Sweet Things (Uk)
Artist: Paulette McWilliams
Format: CD
New: Not in stock
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DISC: 1

1. Tell Me You Love Me (4:37)
2. Take A Drink Of Me (4:51)
3. These Are The Sweet Things (4:46)
4. Share (3:58)
5. New Tunes Old Grooves (4:36)
6. Baby Think Again (4:16)
7. Love Is Why (4:27)
8. Sometimes Your Eyes (4:26)
9. Teddy's Got A Plan (4:23)
10. What I Wanna Do To You (5:39)
11. Stop ; Listen (4:42)
12. That's How I Am (3:58)
13. I Feel Ya (4:29)

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Expansion Records is thrilled to announce the release of the remarkable new album "These Are The Sweet Things" by the illustrious soul/jazz singer and songwriter, Paulette McWilliams. With a career spanning several decades and collaborations with legendary artists, Paulette McWilliams continues to captivate audiences with her extraordinary talent and undeniable charisma. Born in Chicago, her musical journey took flight when she made her first public appearance on the television show "Little Stars" at the age of 11, performing alongside the iconic Sammy Davis Jr. This early exposure set the stage for a remarkable career that would leave an indelible mark on the music industry. She joined Rufus as original lead singer before having a daughter and asking the group to consider her friend Chaka Khan (The rest is history). Recognising her extraordinary talent, producer Quincy Jones later invited her to join his Body Heat promotional tour, where she showcased her remarkable backing and lead vocals. Her collaboration with Jones extended to his album "Mellow Madness," further solidifying her reputation as a sought-after vocalist. She helped Quincy by recording backgrounds on Michael Jackson's "Don't Stop 'Till You Get Enough". She toured and recorded with Marvin Gaye & Luther Vandross. This album is a collaboration with Luther's former drummer Ivan Hampden Jr. They wrote, performed and produced 13 original songs for this project.
        
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