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Additional Information about Back at One by Brian McKnight (CD, Sep-1999, Motown (Record Label))
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||Motown (Record Label)
||Contemporary R&B, R&B
1. Last Dance
3. Played Yourself
4. Back at One - (Spanish)
5. Stay or Let Go
7. You Could Be the One
8. Shall We Begin
9. Gothic Interlude
10. Can You Read My Mind
Personnel: Brian McKnight (vocals, keboards, bass, programming); McNoche (acoustic & electric guitars); Derek "Hot Sauce" C****** (guitar); Greg Leisz (pedal steel guitar); Anthony Nance (keyboards, programming); Harvey Mason Jr. (programming); Wayne S. Rodrigues Jr. (scratches).Producers: Brian McKnight, Lashawn Daniels, Rodney "Darkchild" Jenkins, Anthony Nance.Engineers include: Chris Wood, Harvey Mason Jr., Jean-Marie Horvat.Recorded at Backroom Studios, Glendale, California; Capitol Studios, Hollywood, California; EMI Studios, Santa Monica, California; Darkchild Studios, Pleasantville, New Jersey.BACK AT ONE was nominated for the 2000 Grammy Award for Best R&B Album."Stay Or Let It Go was nominated for the 2001 Grammy Award for Best Male R&B Vocal Performance and "6, 8, 12" was nominated for Best Male Pop Vocal Performance.Singer/songwriter Brian McKnight brought his brand of smooth R&B to the top of the pop charts with BACK AT ONE. McKnight not only contributed his writing skills to each song, but wound up producing the entire record as well. Guest producers Rodney Jerkins, Harvey Mason Jr., Lashawn Daniels, and Fred Jerkins III add their signature finishing touches to such tracks as "Stay or Let It Go" and "Played Yourself." Standout cuts on this all-around excellent album include the "6,8,12," "You Could Be the One," the Latin-flavored "Can You Read My Mind," and the title track, which was McKnight's biggest hit to this point.
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