This time it’s forever...




Little information about Errol Brown other than the fact that he was an Anglo-Jamaican singer-songwriter who will go down mainly in the musical history of the 80s for having been the frontman of the group Hot Chocolate from 1968 to 1985.


A group he left to embark on a major solo career which culminated in the success of the high-caliber single "Personal touch" released in 1987.


Singer who died of cancer in 2015 at the age of 71.


To discover or rediscover.


Discography (among others ...) :

  • Personnal touch 1987

  • Body rocking 1987

  • Maya 1988

  • Love goes up and down 1989

  • Send a prayer (To heaven) 1990

  • This time it’s forever 1992

  • Emmalene (That’s no lie) 1993

  • Change the people's heart 1996

  • Ain’t no love in this 1996

  • It started with a kiss 1998

  • Still sexy (Yes U are) 2001



Clips :


1987 ... the Hot Chololate adventure ended, the singer now stands on his own feet and signs here a very successful first solo title. Successful to the point of offering him his highest ranked title of all his solo discography !



1987 ... a year 1987 which will remain as his best vintage in terms of solo career. In just 2 titles the singer will have succeeded in inscribing his name in the musical Pantheon of the 80s, just next to that of Hot Chocolate ...



1988 ... the years go by but are not necessarily alike. The proof with this title which will go completely unnoticed. Sometimes you don't have to try to understand ...



1989 ... business picks up slowly but surely in the year 1989. The singer finds the path to success, admittedly small, but it's always better than nothing as they say ...



1990 ... the beginning of the 90s which rhymes with finesse and softness. An Intimate track surprisingly produced by hitmakers Stock Aitken & Waterman. Far, very far from their usual area of predilection ...



1992 ... a decade of 90 which will prove to be more complicated to manage than expected. And yet the quality is there. But the singer is now part of the past in the eyes of the young audience and that, nothing, and no one, will be able to change nothing ...



1993 .... he will spend a large part of the 90s doing more of the extras than anything else. Goodwill is unfortunately not always enough to overthrow mountains ...



1996 ... anyway, he still believes in it and continues his adventure for whatever reason. And my faith, given what he continues to produce, it is clear that everything is still possible ...



1996 ... back to pure Dance mode in a perfectly trendy style. A title which will not be classified but which would have frankly deserved to be ...



1998 ... where the art of making something new with something old. He brings up to date one of the flagship titles of his former group Hot Chocolate and this version, very close to the old one, largely holds up. To the point of allowing him to find his way back to the Charts. Who would've believed that...



2001 ... a new dynamic of success that continues with this title. A totally improbable and above all unexpected return which shows that in the musical field, nothing is ever finished. Unfortunately, this will be the last time he will be successful ...



Wiki :

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Errol_Brown

Official Website :

http://www.errolbrown.com/

Greatest Hits :

https://www.deezer.com/us/artist/67636


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