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EV3
     

EV3

by En Vogue
 
The sound of En Vogue isn't greatly affected by the departure of Dawn Robinson for their third album, EV3, since the group's harmonies remain remarkably supple and soulful. Instead, the group are hurt by its selection of producers and songwriters. En Vogue have decided to work with Denzil Foster and

Overview

The sound of En Vogue isn't greatly affected by the departure of Dawn Robinson for their third album, EV3, since the group's harmonies remain remarkably supple and soulful. Instead, the group are hurt by its selection of producers and songwriters. En Vogue have decided to work with Denzil Foster and Thomas McElroy only occasionally on EV3, choosing to hire such professional songwriters and producers as Babyface, David Foster, Diane Warren and Ivan Matias, who arranged their hit single "Don't Let Go (Love)." At times, these pairings work: Babyface's "Whatever" is funkier than his previous work, and Matias brings a gospel-drenched sensibility to his songs. In the cases of Warren and Foster, they reshape En Vogue as an adult contemporary band, sapping the group of any of their energy or style. Still, there are enough strong moments scattered throughout the album to make it worth the wait.

Product Details

Release Date:
06/17/1997
Label:
Warner Bros Mod Afw
UPC:
0075596205726
catalogNumber:
62057
Rank:
236061

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Album Credits

Performance Credits

En Vogue   Primary Artist,Background Vocals
Babyface   Synthesizer,fender rhodes
David Foster   Keyboards
Marlon McClain   Acoustic Guitar,Electric Guitar
Michael Thompson   Electric Guitar
Preston Crump   Bass
Denzil Foster   Keyboards
Dean Gant   Keyboards
Bernard Grobman   Guitar
Tommy Martin   Guitar
Thomas McElroy   Keyboards
Bill Ortiz   Trumpet
Lil John Roberts   Drums
Norbert Stachel   Saxophone
Kevin Wyatt   Bass Guitar
Martin Terry   Guitar
Randy Walker   Synthesizer
James Earley   Bass,Electric Guitar
Giuliano Franco   Synthesizer
Mark Coleman   Guitar
Jah   Rap
Gerry Barnes   Bass
Dennis Bolden   Organ
Leonard Cetrangolo   Background Vocals
Jason Eckl   Guitar
Marvin "Chanz" Parkman   Piano

Technical Credits

Babyface   Producer,drum programming
En Vogue   Executive Producer
David Foster   Arranger,Producer
Christopher Bolden   Programming,Producer,Vocal Arrangements
Steve Counter   Engineer
Felipe Elgueta   Engineer
Terry Ellis   Contributor
Denzil Foster   Arranger,Producer,drum machine,Vocal Arrangements,drum programming
Simon Franglen   Programming
Maxine Jones   Contributor
Ken Kessie   Engineer
Manny Marroquin   Engineer
Andrea Martin   Producer,Vocal Arrangements
Thomas McElroy   Arranger,Producer,drum machine,Vocal Arrangements,drum programming
Organized Noize   Producer
Neil Pogue   Engineer
Sylvia Rhone   Executive Producer
Kim Biggs   Art Direction
Randy Walker   Programming
Blake Eiseman   Engineer
Ivan Matias   Programming,Producer,Vocal Arrangements
Giuliano Franco   Producer,drum programming
Alli Biggs   Art Direction
Cindy Herron Braggs   Contributor
Chris Furham   Engineer
Pro-Jay   Programming,Producer
James Gass   Programming
Adrian "Luke" Sinclair   Programming
Leonard Cetrangolo   Prop Design

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