Subject: I have found a CD that I think you would enjoy
Genres: Dance & Electronic, R&B
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The Most Slept-On UK R&B Singer The World Has Never Known
wrightsongs | Glendale, CA | 02/25/2004
(5 out of 5 stars)
"I was introduced to Geoffrey Williams by a friend in New Jersey and to this day I thank her and my lucky stars that I have an open mind. This CD is one of the best examples of the UK Rock/R&B/Pop genre that I have come across in a long time. It's a great CD no matter from where it originated. It's refreshingly upbeat with a style and substance all it's own. Williams may be best known for the song "Let Me Be Your Baby" which was featured on the Beverly Hills 90210 soundtrack. That great song is but the tip of the iceberg. The songs on this release are blessed with wonderfully singable melodies, great production, and the stellar voice of Geoffrey Williams. This is Geoffrey's third and best CD. His voice grew consistently more assured and stronger with each release. My favorite songs are: Bare, I'll Get Over You, Deliver Me Up, Moonchild, Not a Love Song, Let Me Be Your Baby, Let's Get It On, and Don't Make Me Love You, although the whole CD is listenable from start to finish. I discovered that Geoffrey released another CD in London entitled The Drop. I will personally hunt this down and buy it on the strength of BARE. If you can find BARE, RUN DON'T WALK and get a copy. I promise you won't be disappointed."
What a Surprise!
Gayle L. Edmond | New York State | 07/03/2006
(4 out of 5 stars)
"I had bought the cassette single of "It's Not A Love Thing" by Geoffrey Williams back in 1992. I'd seen the video on TV and liked it a lot. Well, here it is 2006 and I saw the old video on the computer. I decided to get the CD and I really like it! The best songs are: "I'll Get Over You", "Deeper Within", "Deliver Me Up", "Let Me Be Your Baby" and "Moonchild". It seems like this was written after a breakup, but some of the songs are uptempo. This really shows his range, and the harmonies are really pretty. If you go on Geoffrey Williams site on MySpace, you can hear a really pretty song by him called "Somehow". I'm surprised he didn't become as popular in the states as in the UK."