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Cheryl Lynn - Preppie album mp3

Performer: Cheryl Lynn
Title: Preppie
Country: US
Released: 1983
Style: Disco
Rating: 4.4
Votes: 590
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Cheryl Lynn is the first studio album by the American singer Cheryl Lynn. It was officially released on October 13, 1978, by Columbia Records and included Lynn's first single and biggest hit "Got to Be Real". The album reached on the . pop albums charts and is regarded as her best record. It was certified Gold on February 23, 1979. Got to Be Real" – 5:07 (Cheryl Lynn, David Paich, David Foster). All My Lovin'" – 4:49 (Lynn). Star Love" – 7:23 (John Footman, Judy Weider).

Preppie is the fifth studio album by American recording R&B artist Cheryl Lynn, released on November 4, 1983 by Columbia Records. The album features the R&B hit singles, "Encore" and "This Time". Preppie includes the hit singles "Encore" ( R&B hit) and "This Time" ( R&B hit). It reached on the R&B albums chart. The album was primarily produced by Lynn herself, with the exception of "Encore," which was produced by Jimmy Jam and Terry Lewis.

Cheryl Lynn ‎– Preppie. Label: Columbia ‎– FC 38961. Format: Vinyl, LP, Album. Country: US. Released: 1983. Producer, Arranged By – Cheryl Lynn. Recorded By, Mixed By – Mark Howlett (tracks: A2 to B5). Notes. Recorded & mixed at Fiddler's Studio. Additional Recording at Larrabbee, Record Plant, Studio Masters.

Biography by Andy Kellman. Powerhouse singer, songwriter, and producer whose Top Five R&B hits include "Got to Be Real" (1978) and "Encore" (1983). Got to Be Real: The Be. ee Full Discography.

The album was primarily produced by Lynn herself, with the exception of "Encore," which was produced by Jimmy Jam and Terry Lewis. on March 15, 1989, 6 years after its release, the album was RIAA certified Gold. in spite of the album's success, the album remains out of print in the United States. Change The Channel" 3:17.

CHERYL LYNN'S "PREPPIE" is indeed a supreme effort!!. It's a pity, this album is only known for the pulsing mega hit "ENCORE", but overall, with pulsing cuts and smooth ballads, plus with . 's amazing vocals, it's well crafted throughout. I got it just because of "ENCORE", but was pleasantly pleased with the other well done songs here  . You will have your very own hits here.

Producers Cheryl Lynn & Jimmy Jam & Terry Lewis.

Tracklist: 1. Encore, 2. Fix It, 3. Fool A Fool, 4. This Time, 5. Change The Channel, 6. Preppie, 7. Love Rush, 8. No One Else Will Do, 9. Free, 10. Life’s Too Short. More albums from Cheryl Lynn: Cheryl Lynn by Cheryl Lynn. Whatever It Takes by Cheryl Lynn. Start Over by Cheryl Lynn. Instant Love by Cheryl Lynn. It’s Gonna Be Right by Cheryl Lynn. Good Time by Cheryl Lynn. In Love by Cheryl Lynn. In The Night by Cheryl Lynn. View all albums . Preppie.

Tracklist

A Preppie (Vocal) 5:02
B Preppie (Instrumental) 5:02

Companies, etc.

  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – CBS Inc.
  • Published By – Tan Sounds Music
  • Published By – Mickel-Nickel Music

Credits

  • Executive-Producer – Larkin Arnold
  • Producer – Cheryl Lynn
  • Written-By – C. Lynn*, M. McGloiry*

Notes

℗1983 CBS Inc.
Song Taken From The Columbia Lp: "Preppie" FC 38961

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Side A Label:): XSS 169464
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B Label:): XSS 169465
  • Rights Society: BMI
  • Rights Society: ASCAP

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
38-04153 Cheryl Lynn Preppie ‎(7", Single) Columbia 38-04153 US 1983
38-04153 Cheryl Lynn Preppie ‎(7", Promo) Columbia 38-04153 US 1983
44 4257 Cheryl Lynn Preppie ‎(12", Single) Columbia 44 4257 US Unknown


Reviews (1)
September
This release should be filed chronologically before Encore. It was Columbia's choice for the first single, despite Lynn and Jam & Lewis's insistence that "Encore" should be the lead single. Preppie limped to #85 R&B in the U.S. while "Encore" reached #1 R&B for a few weeks. The practice of releasing a single with the same name as an album is also usually avoided, as it confuses the record-buying public into thinking they already have what was on the shelves (even if it's an album rather than a single), thereby undercutting album sales. Live and learn.

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