R&B incredible James Ingram, who died on January 29, 2019, at age 66, had what his continuous associate Quincy Jones called a “deep, bourbon sounding voice.”

It’s a voice that earned Ingram two Grammys (in addition to fourteen selections) and was the ideal supplement to two part harmony accomplices like Patti Austin and Michael McDonald.

#1. “Just Once”

Quincy Jones found James Ingram, who had filled in as a meeting performer for Ray Charles and different craftsmen, in the wake of hearing him sing on a demo of this sentimental tune written by pro songwriting team Barry Mann and Cynthia Weil.


#2. “Baby, Come To Me”

Hitmaker Rod Temperton (“Thriller”) wrote this #1 Billboard hit that Ingram sang with Patti Austin off her 1981 collection Every Home Should Have One.

#3. “One Hundred Ways”

Quincy Jones’ 1981 collection The Dude acquainted audience members with Ingram’s sultry vocals on the hits “Only a single time” and the taking off, flawless “One Hundred Ways.”

#4. “Yah Mo B There”

The hit track off Ingram’s 1983 collection It’s Your Night earned the explosive pair a Grammy for Best R&B Performance by a Duo or Group.

#5. “I Don’t Have the Heart”

Ingram had his second number one hit, off his 1989 collection It’s Real, with this “Tranquil Storm” jewel.

#6. “Somewhere Out There”

This is a tune for the individuals who miss their friends and family consistently and day. A nostalgic blessing from Ingram for each age.

#7. “There’s No Easy Way”

“There’s No Easy Way” crested at #58 on the Billboard Hot 100 and #10 on Billboard’s Adult Contemporary graph in 1984.

#8. “Always”

Always is a 1986 tune released by James Ingram, A song from his record: Never Felt So Good. Additionally, it instantaneously became a Top 30 R&B Hit in the States.

#9. “Party Animal”

A tune for everybody to discover a few motivations in any event, when the going is extreme. The reiteration of the catchphrase “party” is notable.

#10. “Better way”

Perhaps the best work and an incredible case of decent arrangement. The tune drummed up some excitement when it was discharged.

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