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Anytime
     

Anytime

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by Brian McKnight
 

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On his third album, Anytime, Brian McKnight continues with the mellow, romantic urban R&B that has become his trademark, but there's a new twist. Most of the album consists of songs he has written and produced, but "You Should Be Mine," the first single pulled from Anytime, is produced by Puff Daddy and features a rap by

Overview

On his third album, Anytime, Brian McKnight continues with the mellow, romantic urban R&B that has become his trademark, but there's a new twist. Most of the album consists of songs he has written and produced, but "You Should Be Mine," the first single pulled from Anytime, is produced by Puff Daddy and features a rap by Mase. On paper, the pairing seems a little odd, but it works surprisingly well, as does "Hold Me," which was co-written by Mary J. Blige and features Trackmasterz. McKnight hasn't exhausted its possibilities yet -- Anytime is as strong as its predecessor -- but "You Should Be Mine" and "Hold Me" suggest that he may be better off pursuing a new, hip-hop-influenced direction.

Product Details

Release Date:
09/23/1997
Label:
Motown
UPC:
0731453621527
catalogNumber:
536215
Rank:
53381

Tracks

Album Credits

Performance Credits

Brian McKnight   Primary Artist,Keyboards,Background Vocals
Bruce Dukov   Violin
Keith Thomas   Synthesizer,Piano
Murray Adler   Violin
Rick Baptist   Trumpet,Cornet
Denyse Buffum   Viola
Ronald Clark   Violin
Jon Clarke   English Horn
Larry Corbett   Cello
Kim Fleming   Background Vocals
Armen Garabedian   Violin
Berj Garabedian   Violin
James Getzoff   Violin
Harris Goldman   Violin
Endre Granat   Violin
Daniel Greco   Percussion
Tom Hemby   Classical Guitar
Dann Huff   Guitar
Peter Kent   Violin
Janet Lakatos   Viola
Joy Lyle   Violin
Michael Markman   Violin
Jerry McPherson   Guitar
Joe Meyer   French Horn
Barbara Porter   Violin
Jay Rosen   Violin
Anatoly Rosinsky   Violin
Geri Rotella   Alto Flute
Haim Shtrum   Violin
Troy Taylor   Background Vocals
Brad Warnaar   French Horn
John Wittenberg   Violin
Ken Yerke   Violin
David Young   Bass
John Scanlon   Violin
Susan Chatman   Violin
Scott Haupert   Viola
Daniel Smith   Cello
Donald Williams   Percussion
Suzie Katayama   Cello
Lisa Cochran   Background Vocals
Bob Peterson   Violin
Corey Rooney   Keyboards
Kelly Price   Background Vocals
Gary Bovyer   Bass Clarinet
Oscar Meza   Bass
Mase   Rap
Rudy Stein   Cello
Marla Newman   Viola
DJ Clue?   Background Vocals
Louise de Tullio   Alto Flute
Bob Becker   Viola
Steve Richards   Cello
Bob Zimmitti   Percussion
David Duke   French Horn
Chris Ermacoff   Cello
Ralph Morrison   Violin

Technical Credits

Brian McKnight   Producer,Vocal Arrangements,rhythm arrangement
Keith Thomas   Arranger,Producer,Bass Programming
Peter Black   Arranger,Producer
Bruce Carbone   Executive Producer
Andy Cardenas   Engineer
Sean "Puffy" Combs   Producer
Mark Hammond   drum programming
Carl Nappa   Engineer
Axel Niehaus   Engineer
Dave Reitzas   Engineer,Contributor
Troy Taylor   Vocal Arrangements,rhythm arrangement
Richard Travali   Engineer
Herb Trawick   Executive Producer
Roger   Composer
Bill Whittington   Engineer
Rodney Jerkins   drum programming
Bill K. Myers   Orchestral Arrangements
Corey Rooney   Producer
Kelly Price   Vocal Arrangements
Rick Patrick   Art Direction
Poke & Tone   Producer,drum programming
Anthony Nance   drum programming
Ron "Amen-Ra" Lawrence   Producer
Joe Pererra   Engineer
Characters   Producer,drum programming
Chris Wood   Engineer

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Anytime 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
An unbelieveable R&B album by an unbelieveably talented R&B artist. B. McKnight writes all of his own songs and plays all of the instruments on most of the songs. Not only that, but he sings most of the harmonies on the songs. He is a much better artist than R. Kelly. R. Kelly who?