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Christopher Williams (born Troy Christopher Williams on August 22, 1967, in The Bronx, New York, U.S.) is an American R&B singer and actor. Changes is the second studio album from this American R&B artist, released in 1992... more »
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Christopher Williams (born Troy Christopher Williams on August 22, 1967, in The Bronx, New York, U.S.) is an American R&B singer and actor. Changes is the second studio album from this American R&B artist, released in 1992 on Uptown Records.
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A very underrated r&b classic
J. Highsmith | Mitchellville, Maryland United States | 04/20/2001
(5 out of 5 stars)
"Not to get personal, but I remember my 12th grade year in high school and I remember what this CD use to do. I remember seeing the video to "All I See" and liking what I saw, but I was still a bit apprehensive to buy the CD. Back then, when you were just in high school and not working, you had to make sure you spent your money wisely. Once I heard "Changes", I realized that this would always be one of my favorite r&b CDs. I like all forms of r&b music, but I don't like anything better than a good slow jam. "Changes" is full of slow jams, ladies and gentlemen. With help from Devante Swing and others, Christopher Williams created a classic with this one. The singles from this CD were "Dreamin'" which was on the New Jack City soundtrack, "All I See" and a nice uptempo song "Every Little Thing U Do". The formula that worked for this CD, which is a lot of slow songs and a few uptempo and midtempo songs, is still working for r&b artists of today. It's just a shame that this CD did not reach it's full potential. "Changes" came out at the right time, it just wasn't received as other r&b artists CDs were at this time. My personal favorites on this CD are "Good Luvin'" w/Mary J Blige, "Changes", "Don't U Wanna Make Love", "When A Fool Becomes A Man", the aforementioned "All I See", "Please, Please, Please" and "Where Are You Now". Christopher Williams also does justice on a TP remake of "Come Go With Me". Eventhough this CD was released in 1992, it should still be in your collection. This was a nice CD by Christopher Williams."
Take me back TO 92!!
BENJAMIN TREML | BANBURY, OXON England | 11/16/2002
(5 out of 5 stars)
"Where does one start when reviewing a classic album like this?
Christopher Williams probably has one of the best voices ive ever heard!!This album is an abSOULute must if your into New jack Swing/RnB. Mr Williams has a voice which was probably the equivalent of a 90s Teddy Pendergrass.
Even if i listen to the CD now, it still makes me want to get up and dance!! tell me how many RnB albums out there now, will do that in 10 years time!!
Miss this at your peril!!buy it now!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!11JJ*"
One of the Best Old-School R&B CDs
Will | Trenton, NJ | 08/05/2002
(5 out of 5 stars)
"Hey, I had to write a review for this CD because I can't stop listening to it. CW had a great team that helped make this CD terrific (check the credits). But by far-- It's the brother's voice and his own song-writing ability that makes this CD above average. His voice is amazing! I've read other reviews-- I read people saying CW's voice is sexy and sensual-- It's true! And what's great about this CD is that it mixes slow r&b with more uptempo r&b like "Dreamin" but it's still smooth, still mild, still romantic. Honestly, in the R&B scene I haven't heard a voice quite like CW's. Some say his voice is a cross between James Ingram and Teddy Pendergrass-- That simply means the brother can intoxicate you with his voice. Good lyrics, Good beats and choruses. Peace."