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 Post subject: JAM & LEWIS
 Post Posted: Sun Dec 21, 2008 3:03 pm 
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This is for all the funk'sters on the site...
A near comprehensive list off all the tracks that Jam & Lewis produced!

"2 Bad" by Michael Jackson
"20 (Intro)" by Janet Jackson
"70's Love Groove" by Janet Jackson

"A Broken Heart Can Mend" by Alexander O'Neal
"A Cute, Sweet Love Addiction" by Johnny Gill
"Addicted To You by Utada Hikaru
"Affair" by Cherrelle
"Again" by Janet Jackson
"Against All Odds (Take a Look At Me Now)" by Mariah Carey
"All Around the World" by Boyz II Men
"All for You" by Janet Jackson
"All True Man" by Alexander O'Neal
"All Turned Out" by Klymaxx
"Already Alright" by Yolanda Adams
"Alright" by Janet Jackson
"Alwaysness" by Yolanda Adams
"Anatomy 10n1" by Mýa
"And If I Ever" by Vanessa L. Williams
"Another Lover" by Janet Jackson
"Any Time, Any Place" by Janet Jackson
"Anything" by Janet Jackson
"aquarium" by Tiana Xiao
"Are You Still Up" by Janet Jackson
"Artificial Heart" by Cherrelle

"Bad Girl" by Usher
"Bad Times" by Captain Rapp
"Baggage" by Mary J. Blige
"Be Blessed" by Yolanda Adams
"Because of Love" by Janet Jackson
"Better Days" by Janet Jackson
"Better Than Making Love" by Chante Moore
"Black Cat" by Janet Jackson
"Bliss" by Mariah Carey
"Blu is a Mood" by Blu Cantrell
"Borrowed Love" by S.O.S. Band
"Breakup" by S.O.S. Band

"Can I Get a Witness" by Ann Nesby
"Can U Help Me" by Usher
"Can't Get Enough" by Mary J. Blige
"Can't Take That Away (Mariah's Theme)" by Mariah Carey
"Can You Stand the Rain" by New Edition
"Catch Me" by Jyongri
"Change of Heart" by Change
"Chante's Got a Man" by Chanté Moore
"China Love" by Janet Jackson
"Choose" by Color Me Badd
"Come Back to Me" by Janet Jackson
"Come On" by Barry White
"Come on Get Up" by Janet Jackson
"Control" by Janet Jackson
"Country" by Janet Jackson
"Crazy (For Loving You)" by Cherrelle
"Criticize" by Alexander O'Neal
"Cupid In Me" by Nodesha
"Curious" by Nodesha
"Crying Overtime" by Alexander O'Neal

"Damita Jo" by Janet Jackson
"Dance and Shout" by Shaggy
"Dance Out of My Head" by Pia Zadora
"Destiny" by Tiana Xiao
"Diamonds" by Herb Alpert featuring Janet Jackson
"Do It 2 Me" by Janet Jackson
"Do What I Gotta Do" by Ralph Tresvant
"Do You Still Want To" by S.O.S. Band
"Do You Wanna Like I Do" by Alexander O'Neal
"Doesn't Really Matter" by Janet Jackson

"Easy" by Chante Moore
"Echo" by Tiana Xiao
"Empty" by Janet Jackson
"Encore" by Cheryl Lynn
"Even When You Sleep" by S.O.S. Band
"Every Time" by Janet Jackson
"Everything" by Mary J. Blige
"Everything I miss at Home" by Cherrelle
"Everything Is Gonna Be Alright" by Sounds of Blackness

"Fake" by Alexander O'Neal
"Feel Me Now" by Melanie B
"Feels So Good" by Melanie B
"Feels So Right" by Janet Jackson
"Fidelity" by Cheryl Lynn
"Fishnet" by Morris Day
"For Your Love" by S.O.S. Band
"Forever Love" by Color Me Badd
"Four Seasons of Loneliness" by Boyz II Men
"Fragile" by Cherrelle
"Free" by Mýa
"Free As You Wanna Be" by Lisa Keith
"Free Xone" by Janet Jackson
"Funky Big Band" by Janet Jackson
"Funny How Time Flies (When You're Having Fun)" by Janet Jackson

"Get It Out Me" by Janet Jackson
"Get It While It's Hot" by Nodesha
"Give It to You" by Jordan Knight
"Giving My All To You" by Johnny Gill
"Go Deep" by Janet Jackson
"Got My Eyes On You" by Change
"Gotta Get Yo' Groove On" by Tevin Campbell

"Happiness" by Vanessa L. Williams
"Happy That You're Happy With Me" by Cherrelle
"Harajuku Girls" by Gwen Stefani
"Hard to Say Goodbye" by Karyn White
"He Doesn't Know I'm Alive" by Janet Jackson
"Hearsay" by Alexander O'Neal
"Heaven" by Solo
"Helplessly in Love" by New Edition
"He's So Good To Me" by Chante Moore
"High Priority" by Cherrelle
"HIStory" by Michael Jackson
"Hold on Baby" by Janet Jackson
"Home Again" by New Edition
"Hooked on You" by Karyn White
"How Do I Say" by Usher
"Human" by The Human League
"Human (The Five Remix)" by Five
"Human II (Don't Turn Your Back on Me)" by Boyz II Men
"Hungah" by Karyn White
"High Hopes" by S.O.S. Band

"I Adore You" by Caron Wheeler
"I Can't Wait" by Crystal Kay
"I Cry To Myself" by Chante Moore
"I Didn't Mean To Turn You On" by Cherrelle (Jam and Lewis also produced the later remake by Mariah Carey)
"I Get Lonely" by Janet Jackson
"I Know Where I Stand" by Johnny Gill
"I Like It Like That" by Toni Braxton
"I Need Your Loving" by The Human League
"I Only Want To Be With You" by Barry White
"I Really Like You (Not Him)" by Pia Zadora
"I Started Crying" by Chante Moore
"I Turn to You" by All-4-One
"I Want You" by Janet Jackson
"I Will Get There" by Boyz II Men
"I'd Rather Be Alone" by Karyn White
"I Wish I Wasn't" by Heather Headley
"I'd Rather Spend the Bad Times With You Than the Good Times With Someone New" by Thelma Houston
"I'll Do Anything For You" by Ann Nesby
"I'll Find a Way" by Blu Cantrell
"I'm Gonna Be Ready" by Yolanda Adams
"I'm Good at Being Bad" by TLC
"I'm Here For You" by Ann Nesby
"I'm in Love" by Lisa Keith
"I'm Still in Love With You" by New Edition
"I'm Still Wearing Your Name" by Ann Nesby
"I'm Thankful" by Yolanda Adams
"I'm Your Friend" by Ann Nesby
"I'm Your Woman" by Karyn White
"Ice Cream Dream" by MC Lyte
"If" by Janet Jackson
"If It Isn't Love" by New Edition
"If We Fall in Love Tonight" by Rod Stewart
"If You Love Me" by Ann Nesby
"If You Wanna Have Some Fun" by Spice Girls
"In the Spirit" by Ann Nesby
"Innocent" by Alexander O'Neal
"Is It Scary" by Michael Jackson
"Island Life" by Janet Jackson
"It All Comes Down to Love" by Janet Jackson
"It Burns Me Up" by Change
"It Must Be Love" by Thelma Houston
"Itoshiihito" by Crystal Kay
"It's On" by Smooth

"Jam" by The Human League
"Just Be Good To Me" by S.O.S. Band

"Keep Your Eye on Me" by Herb Alpert
"Kirakuni" by Crystal Kay
"Knees" by Howard Johnson

"Late" by Mýa
"Laughin' at You" by Pia Zadora
"Let Old Memories Be" by Ann Nesby
"Let's Get Together (So Groovy Now)" by Krush
"Lil' Red Boat" Angel Grant
"Livin' in a World They Didn't Make" by Janet Jackson
"Lock and Key" by Klymaxx
"Lonely" by Janet Jackson
"Lonely Lover" by Shaggy
"Look At Us Now" by Alexander O'Neal
"Looking for Love" by Janet Jackson
"Looks Aren't Everything" by Cherrelle
"Love And The Woman" by Chante Moore
"Love, Part 2" by Janet Jackson
"Love Is All That Matters" by The Human League
"Love is a Game" by Morris Day
"Love Is All We Need" by Mary J. Blige
"Love Isn't Body... It's Soul" by Lisa Keith
"Love on the Run" by The Human League
"Love Scene (Ooh Baby)" by Janet Jackson
"Love That's Mine" by Karyn White
"Love Will Never Do (Without You)" by Janet Jackson
"Love's Dance" by Earth, Wind & Fire
"Love's Still Alright" by Chante Moore
"Loveable" by Chante Moore & Kenny Lattimore
"Lovely Lady" by Change
"Luv Me, Luv Me" by Shaggy

"Magic Hour" by Janet Jackson
"Make Him Do Right" by Karyn White
"Making Love in the Rain" by Herb Alpert
"Miss Perfect" by Abs
"Miss You Much" by Janet Jackson
"Mo' Money Groove" by Mo' Money Allstars
"Moist" by Janet Jackson
"Money" by The Human League
"Money Can't Buy You Love" by Ralph Tresvant
"Mood" by Chante Moore
"Multi-purpose Girls" by Klymaxx
"My Baby" by Janet Jackson ft. Kanye West
"My Dear" by Mint Condition
"My Gift to You" by Alexander O'Neal
"My Need" by Janet Jackson

"Nasty" by Janet Jackson
"Never Give Up" by Yolanda Adams
"Never Knew Love Like This" by Alexander O'Neal
"Never Too Far" by Mariah Carey
"New Agenda" by Janet Jackson
"New Love" by Cherrelle
"No Lies" by S.O.S. Band
"No More Drama" by Mary J. Blige
"No One's Gonna Love You" by S.O.S. Band
"Nobody But My Baby" by Karyn White
"Nothing But the Best" by S.O.S. Band

"Oh, Yeah, It Feels So Good" by New Edition
"Oh No It's U Again" by Cherrelle
"Older Girl" by Howard Johnson
"Oh Well" by Boyz II Men
"On Bended Knee" by Boyz II Men
"One Heart" by Karyn White
"One Minute" by Karyn White
"One More Day" by New Edition
"Open My Heart" by Yolanda Adams
"Optimistic" by Sounds of Blackness
"Our First Christmas" by Alexander O'Neal
"Oxygen" by Spice Girls

"Party" by The Human League
"Petals" by Mariah Carey
"Pia's Theme" by Pia Zadora
"Pick Me Up" by Cherrelle
"Provocative" by Johnny Gill
"Pure Gold" by Earth, Wind & Fire

"Quiet Time To Play" by Johnny Gill

"R&B Junkie" by Janet Jackson
"Rain" by Janet Jackson
"Rated R" by Ralph Tresvant
"Reflections (Care Enough)" by Mariah Carey
"Rhythm Nation" by Janet Jackson
"Ritual of Love" by Karyn White
"Romantic" by Karyn White
"Rope Burn" by Janet Jackson
"Rub You the Right Way" by Johnny Gill
"Runaway" by Janet Jackson

"Saturday Love" by Cherrelle & Alexander O'Neal
"Say... If You Feel Alright" by Crystal Waters
"Say You Love Me Again" by Change
"Scream" by Janet Jackson & Michael Jackson
"Sensitivity" by Ralph Tresvant
"Separated" by Usher
"Sexo" by Ralph Tresvant
"Shame" by Alexander O'Neal
"She's My Love Thang" by Ralph Tresvant
"Show Me" by Janet Jackson
"Silence" by Pia Zadora
"Simple Pleasures" by Karyn White
"Simple Things" by Usher
"Since I've Been Lovin' You" by Pia Zadora
"Sister" by Nodesha
"Sleigh Ride" by Alexander O'Neal
"Slow and Sexy" by Shabba Ranks
"So Excited" by Janet Jackson
"Somebody" by Alexander O'Neal
"Someday is Tonight" by Janet Jackson
"Someone to Call My Lover" by Janet Jackson
"Something About You" by New Edition
"Son of a Gun (I Betcha Think This Song Is About You)" by Janet Jackson
"Special" by Janet Jackson
"Spending Time With You" by Janet Jackson
"State of the World" by Janet Jackson
"Still Remembered" by Pia Zadora
"Strawberry Bounce" by Janet Jackson
"Strong Man (Jeff in C Minor)" by Kelly Price
"Sugar Boddy" by Nodesha
"Sunshine" by Alexander O'Neal
"Swang" by The Human League
"Sweet Dreams" by Janet Jackson
"Swingin'" by Blu Cantrell

"Tabloid Junkie" by Michael Jackson
"Tell Me if You Still Care" by S.O.S. Band
"Tender Love" by Force MD's
"Testify" by Sounds of Blackness
"Thank God I Found You" by Mariah Carey ft. Joe & 98 Degrees
"Thank You For a Good Year" by Alexander O'Neal
"That's Crazy" by Nodesha
"That's the Way Love Goes" by Janet Jackson
"That's Why I Love You" by Boyz II Men
"That's What It's Made For" by Usher
"The Bells" by Color Me Badd
"The Best Things in Life Are Free" by Janet Jackson & Luther Vandross
"The Best Man I Can Be" by Ginuwine, R. L. Huggar, Tyrese & Case
"The Body That Loves You" by Janet Jackson
"The Evolution of Gospel" by Sounds of Blackness
"The Finest" by S.O.S. Band
"The Floor" by Johnny Gill
"The Heat of Heat" by Patti Austin
"The Invitation" by Ann Nesby
"The Islands" by Janet Jackson
"The Knowledge" by Janet Jackson
"The Love I Never Had" by Mary J. Blige
"The Lovers" by Alexander O'Neal
"The Man in My Life" by Klymaxx
"The Morning After" by Alexander O'Neal
"The One" by Janet Jackson
"The Opening" by Cherrelle
"The Pressure" by Sounds of Blackness
"The Right Thing to Do" by Carly Simon and Megan Mullally
"The Yoke" by Alexander O'Neal
"Things That Lovers Do" by Chante Moore & Kenny Lattimore
"Thinkin' About Love" by Karyn White
"This Body" by Janet Jackson
"This Moment Is Mine" by Chante Moore
"This Time" by Janet Jackson
"This Weekend" by Ann Nesby
"Thrill Me" by Ann Nesby
"Throb" by Janet Jackson
"Through the Rain" by Mariah Carey
"Time Is Running Out" by Alexander O'Neal
"Tonight's the Night" by Janet Jackson
"Together Again" by Janet Jackson
"Trust a Try" by Janet Jackson
"Truth" by Janet Jackson
"Truth Hurts" by Usher
"Truly" by Janet Jackson
"Turn It Up" by Raja Nee
"Twenty Foreplay" by Janet Jackson
"Twister" by Mariah Carey
"Two Time Lover" by S.O.S. Band
"Twork It Out" by Usher

"U Remind Me" by Usher

"Velvet Rope" by Janet Jackson ft. Vanessa Mae

"Wait & See" by Utada Hikaru
"Walkin' the Dog" by Karyn White
"Want You" by Mariah Carey ft. Eric Benet
"Warm" by Change
"Warmth" by Janet Jackson
"Weakness" by Karyn White
"Weekend Girl" by S.O.S. Band
"We Should Be" by Trey Songz
"What a Lonely Evening" by Ann Nesby
"What About" by Janet Jackson
"What Can I Say to Make You Love Me" by Alexander O'Neal
"What Have You Done For Me Lately" by Janet Jackson
"What's Missing" by Alexander O'Neal
"Who's The Mack?" by Ralph Tresvant
"When I Need Somebody" by Ralph Tresvant
"When I Need You" by Rod Stewart
"When I Think of You" by Janet Jackson
"What Is This Thing Called Love?" by Alexander O'Neal
"What More Can I Do For You" by Cherrelle
"When the Party's Over" by Alexander O'Neal
"When We Oooo" by Janet Jackson
"When You Look in My Eyes" by Cherrelle
"Where Are You Now" by Janet Jackson
"Where No Man Has Gone Before" by Johnny Gill
"Wherever You Are" by Yolanda Adams
"Who's It Gonna Be" by Cherrelle
"Who's Your Woman" by Cleopatra
"Wild Girls" by Klymaxx
"Will You Satisfy" by Cherrelle
"Wind" by Janet Jackson

"Your Home Is In My Heart" by Boyz II Men & Chante Moore
"Yes This Party's Going Right" by Cleopatra
"You" by Janet Jackson
"You Ain't Right" by Janet Jackson
"You Are My Melody" by Change
"You Can Be Mine" by Janet Jackson
"You Look Good To Me" by Cherrelle
"You Need Me" by Janet Jackson
"You Used to Hold Me So Tight" by Thelma Houston
"You Want This" by Janet Jackson
"You Were Meant To Be My Lady (Not My Girl)" by Alexander O'Neal
"Yours" by Mariah Carey

Now thats a bad mamma jamma body of work!!

"If It Moves Funk It"

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You Think These guys made some money with the sheer volume of product they released? Don't they have their own label yet?

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 Post subject: Jimmy Jam-Terry Lewis
 Post Posted: Mon Dec 22, 2008 3:41 am 
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They had a label distributed by A&M.
It was called Flyme-Tyme Records.

When the contract was up, they decided that the label arrangement was restrictive.
They continued the Flyme-Tyme Productions Inc. that can take the money from EVERYBODY!!!

Check out the BIO:

In collaboration with partner Terry Lewis, Jimmy Jam emerged as one of the most successful producers and writers of the 1980s, his long history of pace-setting R&B, club and pop hits reaching its apex on a series of smash records for Janet Jackson. Born James Harris III in Minneapolis on June 6, 1959, he first met Lewis in high school, and together they formed Flyte Tyme, a popular Twin Cities band which in 1981 evolved into the Time, a group led by Prince protege Morris Day. Shortly after the release of the Time's Prince-produced eponymous debut LP, Jam and Lewis formed Flyte Time Productions. In March 1983, while touring with the Time in support of Prince, the duo took advantage of a short break in their schedule to fly to Atlanta to produce a handful of tracks for the S.O.S. Band's On the Rise LP. After a freak blizzard left Jam and Lewis stranded in Georgia and unable to make it to the next Time show, Prince dismissed them from the band; fortunately, their S.O.S. Band track "Just Be Good to Me" soon became a smash, and their career as producers was well on its way.

In quick succession, Jam and Lewis scored R&B hits for the likes of Gladys Knight, Patti Austin, Thelma Houston and Klymaxx, their signature sound — lush yet sleek, street-smart yet urbane — immediately coming into focus. In 1985 they began their collaboration with Jackson, who was at the time struggling to step out of the shadow of her famous musical family, most notably pop icon brother Michael. The album which resulted, 1986's chart-topping Control, made Jackson a superstar, its cutting-edge grooves yielding a string of mammoth hits including "What Have You Done for Me Lately," "Nasty," "When I Think of You," "The Pleasure Principle," "Let's Wait Awhile" and the title track. The breakthrough success of Control earned Jam and Lewis a Grammy Award as Producers of the Year, and they followed with the Human League's chart-topping comeback smash "Human"; hits for the Force M.D.'s ("Tender Love") and Herb Alpert ("Keep Your Eye on Me") were quickly forthcoming, and the duo even produced tracks for Pia Zadora.

In 1989, Jam and Lewis reunited with Jackson for Rhythm Nation 1814, which proved so successful that it even surpassed the sales of Control. Again, an onslaught of Top Ten hit singles followed, among them the number one triumphs "Miss You Much," "Escapade" and "Black Cat." From there the duo went on to work with New Edition, not only helming the group's 1989 LP Heart Break but also producing material for the 1990 solo debuts from members Johnny Gill and Ralph Tresvant. A year later Jam and Lewis founded Perspective, a label backed by A&M Records; its inaugural release, the Sounds of Blackness' The Evolution of Gospel, won a Grammy. For Lewis' wife Karyn White, they also produced 1991's Ritual of Love, which generated the chart-topping "Romantic." Jackson's janet. followed in 1993, debuting at the top of the charts on the strength of the number one hit "That's the Way Love Goes." Work for Michael Jackson, Boyz II Men, Mary J. Blige and Vanessa Williams followed before Jam and Lewis rejoined Janet Jackson for 1997's The Velvet Rope.

In the '00s they had #1 hits with Mariah, Mary J. Blige, & Janet.

"Doin'The Doo"

 Post subject: Jimmy Jam-Terry Lewis--Pt.2
 Post Posted: Mon Dec 22, 2008 3:45 am 
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I can't even choose which are my favs from the list--they are too many!!
I can say that I love all their work with:
HUMAN LEAGUE (every single track)

These guys are HUGE---Definate Hall Of Famers!!!

"Doin'The Doo"

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 Post Posted: Mon Dec 22, 2008 9:00 am 
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I agree with Jay - too many great tracks from these guys...
But my favorites are probably the S.O.S Band - that was when I first got to know these guys and their sound. LOVED IT !!!

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 Post Posted: Tue Dec 23, 2008 10:39 am 
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Loved Jam & Lewis since the beginning in their time together as The Time. :wink:
You caught them on the Grammys doing a live mashup with Rhianna this year right?

They still got the moves............

It's always been 'bout the music..........

 Post subject: Re: JAM & LEWIS
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What an incredible and immense catalogue of songs! Obviously their work with Janet stands out but Usher may not have been the artist he is today if it wasn't for some of their cuts on his 8701 album. Also 4 Season of Loneliness by Boyz ii Men is probably one of if not the best song they've done in the last 10 years!


 Post subject: Re: JAM & LEWIS
 Post Posted: Thu Jul 30, 2009 4:15 am 
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DJDroppedIt wrote:
Usher may not have been the artist he is today if it wasn't for some of their cuts on his 8701 album.

I love Jam & Lewis, but I think USHER's success has more to do with Jermaine Dupri than anyone. He's had more #1 & Top 10 hits with him than Jam & Lewis.
(just my humble opinion)

I dig Usher too!!!

"Doin'The Doo"

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