10 R&B Albums I Regard As Music Masterpieces – Vol. 1

When I decided to create a post about the 10 R&B Albums I regard as masterpieces, I didn’t realize how difficult making a top ten would become. As I began to accumulate my albums, I noticed that I exceeded my top ten selections 3x over. Since I have all these albums that I consider masterpieces I want to share with you, I’m going to follow this post with future Music Masterpiece entries.

10. Brown Sugar – D’Angelo

1995

Produced By D’Angelo, Kedar Massenburg & Ali Shaheed Muhammad

9. I Never Loved A Man The Way I Loved You – Aretha Franklin

1967

Produced By Jerry Wexler

8. Family Reunion – The O’Jays

1975

Produced By Kenny Gamble & Leon Huff

7. Bad Girls – Donna Summer

1979

Produced By Giorgio Moroder & Pete Bellotte

6. Slave To The Rhythm – Grace Jones

1985

Produced By Trevor Horn

5. A Quiet Storm – Smokey Robinson

1975

Produced By Smokey Robinson

4. Irons In The Fire – Teena Marie

1980

Produced By Teena Marie

3. Songs In The Key Of Life – Stevie Wonder

1976

Produced By Stevie Wonder

2. Nightclubbing – Grace Jones

1981

Produced By Chris Blackwell & Alex Sadkin

  1. 1999 – Prince

1982

Produced By Prince

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