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The Whispers - Shhh download album

  • Performer: The Whispers
  • Title: Shhh
  • Genre: Funk & Soul / Pop
  • Released: 1980
  • MP3 album: 1459 mb
  • FLAC album: 1187 mb
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The Whispers - Shhh download album

The Whispers is the ninth studio album by American R&B/soul vocal group The Whispers, released on October 20, 1979 by SOLAR Records. It was the first hit album for the veteran group, peaking at number one on the Billboard Top Soul LPs chart, as well as number six on the Billboard Top LPs chart

In 1997 they had their last hit single with Babyface's "My My My" (originally a hit for Johnny Gill in 1990) out of their album "Song Book Volume One" in which they performed songs written by Babyface. They have contributed vocals in releases of Pattie Brooks (1977), Carrie Lucas (1980), Collage (3) (1981), Gary Taylor (1988, 2006), Phil Perry (2) (1998).

More albums from The Whispers: Bingo by The Whispers. Life And Breath by The Whispers. The Whispers’ Love Story by The Whispers. One For The Money by The Whispers. View all albums . The Whispers.

The Whispers is the ninth studio album by American R&B/Soul vocal group The Whispers, released on October 20, 1979 by SOLAR Records. The album, itself topping the R&B Album Charts (and reaching on the Billboard Hot 100 Album Charts) spawned four singles. It includes the number-one R&B single, And The Beat Goes On and A Song For Donny, a tribute song to American musician and vocalist Donny Hathaway who died in January 1979. A Song For Donny was a success on the R&B Charts, making it to #21.

Is The Whispers the best album by The Whispers? BestEverAlbums. com brings together thousands of 'greatest ever album' charts and calculates an overall ranking. This album At A Glance. The Whispers by The Whispers (1969) Overall rank: 88,498th.

8 tracks · 1 January 1981. The Complete Solar Hit Singles Collection. 41 tracks · 8 September 2014. The Whispers: Greatest Hits. 14 tracks · 1 April 2008. Bingo: The Janus Recordings 1972-1974. 36 tracks · 1 January 2002.

As a group who have recorded since the late '60s, the Whispers seemed to often be textbook journeyman who were one bum steer away from obscurity. Throughout the '70s they got their success by way of sporadic, great tracks like 1970's sad-sack anthem, "Gotta Do Wrong," and 1976's "Living Together (In Sin). By the late '70s, the group had been maintaining a consistent following for some years.

This page lists the album chart runs of The Whispers. The albums are listed with the most widely successful first. Just Gets Better With Time. US Platinum (certified by RIAA in Feb 1988), Billboard 22 - May 1987 (37 weeks), US CashBox 45 of 1987, UK 63 - Jun 1987 (4 weeks). In addition to the above listed albums The Whispers also contributed to the following entries: Artist.

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