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Luther Vandross

2001 studio album by Luther Vandross

Luther Vandross

2001 studio album by Luther Vandross
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Biography

Luther Vandross is the self-titled twelfth studio album by American singer Luther Vandross. It was released by J Records on June 19, 2001 in the United States. His debut with the label after a brief stint with Virgin Records on I Know (1998), it marked a departure for Vandross who reunited with frequent collaborators Nat Adderley, Jr. and Marcus Miller to work on some songs, but also recruited a wider range of contemporary producers such as Warryn Campbell, Shep Crawford, Eddie F., Darren Lighty, Soulshock, and The Underdogs to contribute material.
The album was released to positive reception from music critics, who called it Vandross’ best effort in a decade. His rendition of the 1962 Chuck Jackson song “Any Day Now” received a nomination for Best Traditional R&B Vocal Performance at the 2003 Grammy Awards. Upon release, Luther Vandross debuted at number six on the US Billboard 200, selling 136,000 copies, his best first week sales yet. The album produced three singles, including “Take You Out” which reached the top 30 on the Billboard Hot 100 and topped the Adult R&B Songs chart.

Label

J

Length

66:52

Producer

Luther Vandross (exec.) Clive Davis (exec.) Nat Adderley, Jr. AllStar Jon B. Babyface Eddie Berkeley Warryn Campbell Shep Crawford Eddie F. Keir Gist Ron "Amen-Ra" Lawrence Darren Lighty Marcus Miller Soulshock The Underdogs Junior Vasquez

Released

June 19, 2001 (2001-06-19)

Name

Luther Vandross

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