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For the recording of her follow-up to Wild and Peaceful , Teena Marie linked with songwriter and producer Richard Rudolph , who had just lost his wife and musical collaborator, the great Minnie Riperton , to breast cancer. In more ways than one, Teena had fully arrived, and she struck again in a matter of six months. AllMusic relies heavily on JavaScript. Please enable JavaScript in your browser to use the site fully. Blues Classical Country.

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Co-Pilot to Pilot. Lonely Desire. Now That I Have You. Too Many Colors Tee's Interlude. Young Girl In Love. More Albums. Fire and Desire feat. Rick James. The project was shelved, but label boss Berry Gordy , impressed with her singing but having no need for a musical group, decided to sign her as a solo act.

Tina recorded unreleased material with a number of different producers over the next few years, before being spotted by labelmate Rick James , who was immediately impressed with her sound. Some of Tina's earlier, unreleased material has since been made available on the compilation album First Class Love: Rare Tee.

At the time, James, already established as a successful recording artist, was on tap to produce for Diana Ross but changed his mind and decided to work with Brockert, instead. The result was her debut album release, Wild and Peaceful. The album was, at one point, due to be credited to "Teena Tryson", but ultimately was put out under "Teena Marie", the name by which she would be known throughout her remaining career.

Neither the album nor its packaging had her picture on it, and many radio programmers assumed she was black during the earliest months of her career. She would appear on the show eight more times, more than any other white act. Teena Marie had asked Berry Gordy to contact Rudolph and secure his input, as Rick James was unavailable, and she felt unprepared to be sole producer of her own material.

Also in , Teena Marie released her third LP, Irons in the Fire , for which she handled most of the writing and production herself, an achievement considered rare at the time for a female artist.

In an interview, Teena Marie said she had a fever at the time yet managed to record her vocals in one take. After the session, she was driven to a hospital. The two would perform the single at the BET Awards , which would be their last TV appearance with one another, as James died later that year. Other notable tracks include "Portuguese Love" featuring a brief, uncredited cameo by James, No.

In , Teena Marie got into a heated legal battle with Motown Records over her contract and disagreements about releasing her new material. In such instances, artists are able to sign and release with another label instead of being held back by an unsupportive one. I just wanted to get away from Motown and have a good life. But it helped a lot of people, like Luther Vandross and the Mary Jane Girls, and a lot of different artists, to be able to get out of their contracts.

Contacted by Epic Records in the fall of , after expressing dismay over her Motown contract, Teena Marie signed a worldwide deal with the Columbia Records subsidiary that also allowed her to establish her own publishing company, Midnight Magnet.

In , Teena Marie released her biggest-selling album, Starchild. It yielded her biggest hit " Lovergirl ", which peaked at No. Billboard Hot chart in March [25] and at No. In , Teena Marie released a rock music-influenced concept album titled Emerald City. It was controversial with her established fan base and not as successful as its predecessors. She also recorded the rock-influenced track, "Lead Me On", co-produced by Giorgio Moroder , for the soundtrack of the box office hit film Top Gun If you can never get enough true crime The Piketon Massacre.

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She is survived by a daught… read more. Teena Marie Lyrics provided by SongLyrics. You're All the Boogie I Need. Sign LP Register. Thursday LP March Tuesday 11 August Loading player…. Teena Marie has described the album as "personal and spiritual", and indicated that it was more jazz-influenced than most of her previous work. In more ways than one, Teena had fully arrived, and she struck again in a matter of six months.
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8 thoughts on “Now That I Have You - Teena Marie - Lady T (Vinyl, LP, Album)

  1. For the recording of her follow-up to Wild and Peaceful, Teena Marie linked with songwriter and producer Richard Rudolph, who had just lost his wife and musical collaborator, the great Minnie Riperton, to breast cancer. Lady T smoothly picks up where Teena’s Rick James-produced debut left’s also something like an organic extension of Riperton’s final proper album, Minnie, also 7/
  2. Label: Motown - STML ,Motown - OC ·63 • Format: Vinyl LP, Album • Country: UK • Genre: Funk / Soul • Style: Disco, Soul/5(8).
  3. Teena really begins to spread her wings with this LP- her second album in her stunning four piece Motown suite. Lady T is much more multi-textured than her debut effort. This album, along with her third album, showcase Teena Marie at her vocal height. The album starts off with the rip roaring funk of "Behind The Groove"/5(29).
  4. Teena Marie (born Mary Christine Brockert; March 5, – December 26, ) was an American singer-songwriter and was known by her childhood nickname Tina before taking the stage name Teena Marie and later acquired the nickname Lady Tee (sometimes spelled Lady T), given to her by her collaborator and friend, Rick James.
  5. Dec 26,  · 50+ videos Play all Mix - Now That I Have You - Teena Marie YouTube Earth Wind and Fire Kennedy Center Honors Full Show Performance - Duration: mac66 1,, views.
  6. Jun 13,  · Tracklist: 1. Behind The Groove 2. Now That I Have You 3. Lonely Desire 4. Aladdin's Lamp 5. You're All The Boogie I Need 6. Can It Be Love 7. Young Girl In Love 8. Why Did I Fall In Love With You 9. Too Many Colors (Tee's Interlude) Behind The.
  7. Teena Marie (March 5, - December 26th, ) was an American Grammy Award-nominated singer–songwriter–producer. (Born Mary Christine Brockert) Marie, nicknamed Lady T, was a protegée of the late funk legend Rick James, and is notable as one of the few successful multi-ethnic performers of R& sang R&B with big, robust vocals, and played rhythm guitar, keyboards and congas.

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