℗ 1994 Platinum Garage Recordings/SoulMusic Records Platinum Garage Recordings/SoulMusic Records, under exclusive license to Omnivore Recordings
Released February 23, 2024
Duration 55m 55s
Record Label Omnivore Recordings
Genre R&B (Funk)
 

Chill

Lenny Williams

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1.1
Chill
Lenny Williams
5:01
1.2
Baby, You Caught My Eye
Lenny Williams
4:39
1.3
Sara Smile
Lenny Williams
4:59
1.4
Driftin'
Lenny Williams
4:07
1.5
Ain't No Stoppin' Us Now
Lenny Williams
5:30
1.6
It Could Have Been You
Lenny Williams
4:33
1.7
Has Anybody Seen My Heart
Lenny Williams
5:01
1.8
Baby Take It Off
Lenny Williams
5:10
1.9
No One's Ever Loved Me
Lenny Williams
3:58
1.10
Sentimental
Lenny Williams
4:14
1.11
I Do
Lenny Williams
4:30
1.12
There's No Hiding Place
Lenny Williams
4:13
Vocalist Lenny Williams joined Tower Of Power in 1972 after releasing singles as a solo artist on Fantasy, Galaxy, and Atco Records. His first release with the band was their self-titled, third album, which went Gold. After two albums with the group, Williams returned to his solo career—releasing albums in through the end of the 1970s on Warner Bros. Motown, ABC and MCA Records. Material from those albums became a hotbed for sampling decades later by Kanye West, Mobb Deep, Scarface, Young Jeezy, and others. In 1986, Williams was recruited by award winning producer Preston Glass to sing lead vocals on a track by jazz artist Kenny G. The track, “Don’t Make Me Wait For Love,” hit #15 on the Pop charts, and the album, Duotones, went on to sell over five million copies in the US. Lenny would reconnect with Duotones Producer Producer Glass (Stacy Lattisaw & Johnny Gill, Jermaine Stewart, George Benson, Earth, Wind & Fire, Stanley Jordan) in 1994 for a new album—Chill. The album contains originals from Williams, Glass, and other Duotones contributors, as well as covers of hits by Daryl Hall & John Oates (“Sara Smile”) and McFadden & Whitehead (“Ain’t No Stoppin’ Us Now”). Chill returns after being out of print in digital formats for 30 years. Featuring fresh remastering and updated artwork including new liner notes from Producer and journalist Kevin L. Goins, there has never been a better time to just Chill.
44.1 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Omnivore Recordings Studio Masters

Tracks 1-12 – contains high-resolution digital transfers of material originating from an analogue master source
Track title
Peak
(dB FS)
RMS
(dB FS)
LUFS
(integrated)
DR
Album average
Range of values
-0.60
-1.09 to -0.53
-13.33
-15.14 to -12.11
-11.15
-12.40 to -9.90
9
8 to 10
1
Chill
-0.54-13.99-11.29
2
Baby, You Caught My Eye
-0.54-12.11-10.58
3
Sara Smile
-0.54-12.47-11.08
4
Driftin'
-0.54-14.24-12.210
5
Ain't No Stoppin' Us Now
-1.09-12.55-10.18
6
It Could Have Been You
-0.53-13.70-11.09
7
Has Anybody Seen My Heart
-0.69-12.24-9.98
8
Baby Take It Off
-0.55-14.28-12.19
9
No One's Ever Loved Me
-0.55-13.51-11.48
10
Sentimental
-0.54-13.44-12.09
11
I Do
-0.57-15.14-12.410
12
There's No Hiding Place
-0.54-12.28-10.08

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